The E Buzz for May 12, 2011
Hugh Grant to Replace Charlie Sheen?
Could actor Hugh Grant replace Charlie Sheen in "Two and a Half Men?" Well he could have, but talks fell through. Deadline.com reports that Grant was in final negotiations until he ended talks Tuesday over creative differences. Sources say he would have made more than $1-million per episode if the deal had gone through.
Daytime Emmy Nominations Announced
"General Hospital" was the most nominated program (21) heading in to this year's Daytime Emmy Awards. Newly cancelled soaps "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" also did well receiving 13 and 12 nods respecitvely. The awards will be handed out June 19th in Las Vegas.
"Modern Family" Star Newest CoverGirl Model
What took CoverGirl so long to sign her up? "Modern Family's" Sofia Vergara will soon be appearing in ads for CoverGirl cosmetics. The ads should start in January.
Classic TV Icon to Have Brain Surgery
Mary Tyler Moore, 73, will be going under the knife soon. People.com reports she'll be having surgery to remove a benign tumor in the lining tissue of her brain. According to her rep, this is a fairly routine procedure.
Bristol Palin Confirms Surgery
People have been speculating that Bristol Palin had plastic sugery recently, and now she's told USMagazine.com the truth. Palin says she didn't undergo plastic sugery, but she did have surgery done on her jaw. She says she had the procedure last year for medical reasons.