Michelle Tanner will still show up on Fuller House even though Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen aren’t involved. Creator Jeff Franklin chatted with The Wrap about the series and how they got around the Olsen issue. Jeff said, “I don’t think I ever thought the Olsen twins would come back and be on the show full time, but I was very hopeful that they would come back and visit. I’m still hoping that happens sometime.” He added, “Michelle is very much a part of the series though. You’ll see Michelle on the show, you’ll just see an earlier version of Michelle.”
Amy Adams had a long journey down the aisle with her husband Darren Le Gallo. She admits in the April issue ofMarie Claire UK, “We wanted to find a chaplain, go to the desert and get married at sunset. But to be honest, we got too drunk. Then it was just not going to happen.” They first got engaged in July of 2008 but didn’t actually marry until last spring in California. They have been together for 14 years and are parents to five-year-old daughter Aviana Olea.
Original Baywatch star David Chokachi claims that Zac Efron is having a bit of trouble dealing with the ocean scenes in the upcoming Baywatch movie. He revealed to E! News, “Alexandra Paul, who is Stephanie on the show, her husband trains triathletes and I know he’s training Zac Efron to be ocean competent. Nothing against Zac, but I heard he’s got a little struggle going on with his affiliation with the ocean. He’s having a little trouble, let’s put it that way.” David went on to explain, “People think, ‘Oh, we’re gonna go swim in the ocean.’ But it’s different. If you’re actually going to portray a lifeguard, there’s a lot going on — how you enter the water, how you get to a victim…You gotta be legit or you’re gonna look like crap on TV. I’m sure he’s struggling because I trained for like three months before we started filming with a real lifeguard, Mike Newman. He kicked my butt. It was hard. The water’s freezing, you’re running in in your shorts, and you’re spending a lot of time in the water, and the waves, you kinda get used to it.”
Derek Hough has won a record six seasons of Dancing with the Stars, most recently winning the Mirrorball trophy with celebrity dancer Bindi Irwin in November. Will he return to the dance floor when Season 22 premieres in March or will he replace his sister, Julianne Hough at the judges’ table? Julianne recently announced that she will not be returning as a judge, telling People that she has “a lot of exciting stuff” coming up. However, she promised it won’t be the last time fans see her on the show, prompting rumors that she may return as a pro-dancer on an upcoming season of DWTS.
Mariah Carey isn’t the type to celebrate in a small way, and the same can be said for her upcoming wedding. The singer, who got engaged to Australian billionaire James Packer last month, reveals that her upcoming nuptials will be private but “grand.” The pair is possibly tying the knot in Tahiti, reports the New York Post. The nuptials may include Packer’s yacht, which he has sailed around the island in the past.
Christian Slater’s father is suing the actor over remarks the star made about him in a 2015 interview. Thomas Knight Slater, a.k.a. Michael Hawkins, is upset that Christian suggested he is mentally ill.