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Bobby Brown Talks About Drugs, Whitney, & More On 'Behind The Music'

September 25th, 2009 1:42pm EDT
Bobby Brown
By now, it is clear to see the recurring theme in the episodes of "Behind The Music." The last 3 episodes have shown that the artists' downfalls revolved around drug use and hitting rock bottom because of it. And by the looks of it, next week will hold the same cards when the fourth episode features Bret Michaels; and we know how much Bret likes to party as told by his VH1 reality show "Rock of Love With Bret Michaels."

On the last episode of "Behind The Music," Bobby Brown took his seat in front of the camera to talk about how drugs caused his life to take a turn for the worst. He also...

CMT's 'Gone Country' Returns For A Third Season

November 6th, 2008 1:34pm EST
Justin Guarini
CMT's hit franchise, Gone Country, returns with award-winning singer, songwriter & producer, John Rich, as host for a third season featuring new challenges and a new cast who are vying for a chance at country music success.

"Gone Country," the series that takes seven celebrities from every realm of the entertainment industries and immerses them in all things country, will premiere in January 2009 on CMT. Production is currently underway in Nashville.

The cast includes:

- George Clinton funk musician, founding member of the bands Parliament and Funkadelic; member of the Rock ...

Sean Young Back On Track After Rehab

July 11th, 2008 5:30pm EDT
Sean Young
Actress Sean Young has learned to control her "social hostility" problems following a spell in rehab. The No Way Out star checked herself into a self-help facility to tackle alcohol issues earlier this year after she was escorted from the Directors Guild of America Awards show in Hollywood for heckling nominee Julian Schnabel.

Now, clean and sober, the actress admits she had become hostile to all things Hollywood and needed to take a break from Tinseltown.

Promoting the upcoming second season of reality TV show Gone Country, which will feature Young as a celebrity contestant, the ...

Bobby Brown & Carnie Wilson Reteam For Reality Inn Show

June 10th, 2008 9:11am EDT
Bobby Brown
Bobby Brown and Carnie Wilson are returning to the Deep South for another country-music flavored reality TV show.

The singers will join actress Maureen McCormick on cable network CMT's "Outsider's Inn" show, which chronicles the stars' attempts to run a Southern guest house.

The trio recently teamed up on the network's reality TV hit Gone Country, where they competed for a country music contract. That contest was won by Julio Iglesias, Jr.

The first episode of the new show will air on August 15.

(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)

CMT's 'Gone Country' Returns For A Second Season

May 7th, 2008 9:57am EDT
Gone Country
CMT's highest rated series ever, "Gone Country," returns with Nashville hitmaker, John Rich, as host for a second season of antics with a brand new cast of characters who are each vying for a chance at country success.

"Gone Country 2" will take seven new celebrities from every realm of the entertainment industries and immerse them in all things country for a chance to break out as a country star. Production for "Gone Country 2," which will premiere in August 2008, is currently underway in Nashville.

The cast for "Gone Country 2" includes:

- Sebastian Bach singer, songwriter...

Bobby Brown Is Drunk & Farting

February 12th, 2008 10:15am EST
Bobby Brown
R&B star Bobby Brown has been left with another career hangover after getting drunk and farting in Carnie Wilson's face on his latest reality TV show. The fallen "My Prerogative" singer is competing to record the best country album, alongside the likes of Wilson and rocker Dee Snider, on new show Gone Country.

But he'll be keen to forget the show's latest episode, after boasting about his love for alcohol, offending Wilson and then passing out in a stupor while his castmates shoveled horse dung on Big & Rich star John Rich's ranch.

Brown was so drunk he had to "sleep off" his over...

CMT's 'Gone Country' Is Surprisingly Entertaining

February 11th, 2008 9:35am EST
Dee Snider
"Gone Country," a show in which mostly washed-up singers are resurrected as country stars, is the first show, to my knowledge, on CMT that I've watched in its entirety. I wouldn't call myself a country fan by any means, and at first glance this didn't seem like an appealing show at all. That was until I saw the lineup of goof balls that they had enlisted:

Dee Snider: He's the cross-dressing front man of Twisted Sister whose last major hit was over 20 years ago. I "met" him once in Chicago. He was going through a revolving door with me. I threw some metal horns at him with my hand...

Notable Quotables

February 5th, 2008 8:00pm EST
Miley Cyrus
"I'm super stoked... Titanic is my favorite movie, so I'm so excited." Miley Cyrus on hearing her hit concert film, Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best Of Both Worlds Concert, broke Titanic's record as the biggest Super Bowl weekend opener on Sunday. The 3D film debuted with $29 million - almost $4 million more than Titanic's opening weekend haul in 1997.

"I'm moving to Nashville to finish up an album. I'm gonna take this country thing serious... I'm gonna do an R&B and country album because it's not that far away - the styles are not that different... I might as well go back to the gra...

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