Longtime judge Vern Yip says poor ratings had a lot to do with the decision, as viewership was down to about 1.5 million per episode last year.
Hearing the news made me wonder what the 8 designers who won the competition over the years are up to now…Bromstad was the first Design Star and one of the most successful.
But given the mounting tension between mentor and protégé, it's certainly plausible. You can send any/all of the above to [email protected]: All I ask for is some scoop from one of my "G" shows: Glee, Greek, Gossip Girl, or Grey's Anatomy.
Costabile, who also recurs as Mel's hubby on Flight of the Conchords, is on » - Michael Ausiello Got a scoop request? —April Ausiello: For a second there I thought I was finally going to be able to unload the humongous Gary Unmarried scoop I've been sitting on. In the meantime, here's something on Grey's: Seattle Grace's merger with Mercy West claims its first victim this week.
Posted on April 30, 2011 Tags: parenting, bubala, kids, discipline, friends The weather is getting warmer, the days are longer, and you can finally get out of the house.
What a great time to get a bunch of kids together for a playdate.
Maybe you've got some five year-olds who won't stop with the potty talk, maybe it's nine year-olds who think it's cool to spit everywhere and you're grossed out.) actress spoke exclusively to me about all the drama awaiting Adrian in season 2.She also dished other Secret Life season 2 spoilers.An article in the Washingtonian reports she’s designing again: “She’s hard at work designing an 18,000-square-foot home for the Ronald Mc Donald House, writing magazine articles, traveling to home shows, and serving as a spokesperson for the International Design Guild.“The past several years may have been a rollercoaster, but there’s an upside: ‘It’s made me a better designer, because once you face real-life things, it’s really easy to pick a paint color and encourage people to take risks,’ she says.”Ballatore hosted star Jennie Garth.An interview on Cheeky Chicago reveals some of his current projects, including an art-centric bar in Wicker Park called FAME, and mentions that he has signed on to do another show. On her popular blog, Emily writes, “In 2007 I moved to Los Angeles with my husband and auditioned for HGTV’s Design Star. Six months later I had my own TV show called where I analyzed the homeowners’ style through my patented style diagnostic and restyled their home to match their personality using vintage and affordable design.“I currently also have a design firm in Los Angeles and a daily style blog that reaches hundreds of thousands of design enthusiasts all over the globe.