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TV personality Michelle Harris says the former waitress will be in a dating show which is full of drama.
According to a source as well as Donald Trump, the couple who is separated by his infidelity will eventually end their marriage despite his apology and Elin's silence.
The man behind 'Cheaters' is trying to get a network to pick up 'Celebrity Cheaters' which may have Michelle McGee and Jamie Jungers as hosts.
Despite report that the golfer is trying to reconcile with his wife, sources say the marriage is indeed over since 'the couple hasn't spoken for quite some time.'
To Larry King, Snoop Dogg says, 'Nobody is perfect and everybody makes mistakes. So let's let him get his life back with his wife and move on.'
The 'Becoming Jane' actor claims he's going to pull himself out of Hollywood blockbusters for a while because he wants to have more stage performances.
After posting a controversial tweet in which he assumed Elin Nordegren must have known about Tiger Woods' adultery, Jim Carrey clears up his statement, writing 'I do not condone infidelity at all.'
After announcing his break-up with Jenny McCarthy on his Twitter page, Jim Carrey has now used the micro blogging site to share his comment about Tiger Woods' cheating scandal.
'What's up daddy zombie voice?' the golfer's impersonator said in response to Morgan Freeman's voice over.
The professional golfer claims he has changed into 'a much better person' after undergoing treatment for his personal issues, revealing that he still has to continue his rehab.
Tiger Woods' kindergarten teacher Maureen Decker demands the golfer to make public and private apologies after stating that she didn't do anything when he was abused.
During his first interviews since November 2009 accident, Tiger Woods shows his regret about his affairs with a series of women, saying 'I tried to stop and I couldn't stop.'
He would be seen on the golf course again after five months hiding from the media due to his multiple affair reports.
To kick off the 14th season, creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker employ 'an important issue in America right now', the sex addiction outbreak.
Under the heading 'Too Much Sex Can Be a Bad Thing', the golfer's photo will be put on billboards in two weeks.