According to Billy Gardell, Melissa McCarthy is going to have a midlife crisis — that is, while playing his onscreen wife, Molly Flynn, on the duo’s hit CBS show “Mike & Molly.” In season four of the series, which premieres Nov. 4, Molly’s breakdown will “put the baby stuff on hold,” Gardell says. “Mike is going to have to endure it.” How does his character handle it? “He keeps his mouth shut like a good husband,” Gardell laughs.
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Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Sharp can recall, moment to moment, almost every goal he’s made in his career. But when asked to describe his sense of style, he pauses. “I don’t really know how to answer that,” he says. Just like on the ice, when Sharp flicks his wrist and sends the puck soaring up the boards to a teammate, he passes the question to a fellow Blackhawk. “It’s just the best,” jokes defender Michael Kostka. Sharp shakes his head and laughs.
All blonde hair and pearly white teeth, Tamra Judge — star of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” — appears at first glance to be the embodiment of the O.C.: beautiful, affluent and eating a salad. But talking to her, it becomes clear that her fame is no accident.
Chiicago native Drew Sidora was thrilled to land the role of Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins in the VH1 biopic “CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story” — but she admits that there was added pressure portraying a real person, especially one who paid visits to the set.
Deborah Lloyd is a woman in love. She’s in love with color, she’s in love with leopard print and — most importantly — she’s in love with the brand she oversees as president and chief creative officer: Kate Spade New York. But it’s not just her — according to Lloyd, Chicago women share her passions. “Our Chicago woman loves pops of color, she loves standing out in the crowd,” she says. “We really think about Chicago when we’re designing.”