How John Stamos and Vanessa Williams Socially Distanced While Filming A Capitol Fourth Special (Exclusive)
With the world of filming transformed by the coronavirus pandemic, John Stamos is sharing what it was like behind the scenes while working on his latest gig with Vanessa Williams. The actors headed to D.C. to host this years A Capitol Fourth special airing on PBS on July 4. I would have never got this amount of time with my son around these formative years of his [life], Stamos notes. RELATED CONTENT:'Full House' Cast Releases Hilarious 'Full Quarantine' Parody Video: See John Stamos and More! John Stamos Uses 'Full House' Couch as a Baby Gate and His Co-Stars ReactWatch John Stamos Help a Couple Get Engaged at Disney WorldExclusiveExclusiveImageBylineLeena TailorMon, 06/29/2020 - 21:03
'Ugly Betty' co-creator Silvio Horta dies in Miami at 45
(AP Photo/Matt Sayles, File)MIAMI, FL – Award-winning producer Silvio Horta, who was acclaimed for creating the hit series “Ugly Betty,” has died. "His talent and creativity brought me and so many others such joy & light," Ferrera wrote on Instagram. Before “Ugly Betty,” Horta wrote the screenplay for the 1998 horror film “Urban Legend,” starring Jared Leto and Tara Reid, as well as the short-lived 2002 series “Jake 2.0,” starring Christopher Gorham. “Ugly Betty" ran on the ABC network from 2006 to 2010. The idea came from “I am Ugly Betty,” a 1999 Colombian soap opera that was also adapted in Mexico and Germany.
Vanessa Williams on Miss America apology, "The Good Wife"
In 1983, Vanessa Williams made history as the first black person to be crowned Miss America. But she was forced to resign when nude photos of her were made public. She soon took back control of her career as a Grammy-nominated singer and an actress on the big screen. Williams joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her Sunday debut on CBS’ “The Good Wife,” the public Miss America apology and her husband, Jim Skrip.cbsnews.com