Lifetime has decided to give the green-light to season 2 of “The Client List”, Jennifer Love Hewitt’s TV show.
Lifetime has picked up a second season of “The Client List” in which Jennifer “Love to Her Friends” Hewitt plays a Texas mother who, after her husband leaves her, takes a masseuse job at a day spa — only to discover it’s not a day spa, but a “day spa.”
“ ‘The Client List’ represents everything we want to be — fresh, exciting and original with attitude,” Lifetime President and GM Nancy Dubuc said of the TV movie/backdoor pilot that became a 10-episode order in its first season. Lifetime has ordered 15 episodes for its second season.
I haven’t seen a single episode of this show. I just have ZERO interest in watching it. How about you? Have you seen it? Is it any good?
Here are some new pictures of Jennifer leaving her hotel (looking totally cute) in NYC.
Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston may no longer have been a couple when she died in February, but as he told TODAY’s Matt Lauer in an interview that aired Wednesday morning — his first interview since her death — he still misses her fiercely.
“Our relationship was great,” he said. “I had 14 beautiful, beautiful years with that woman.”
And it’s not just his revisionist history, he insisted: “I can honestly say that — I love that woman with — with everything that I am. And I believe she loved me the same way.”
Still, Whitney and Bobby’s relationship was, almost from the start, filled with conflict of one kind or the other. Brown says he never used hard drugs before meeting Houston, and said that she had used drugs before they were involved. “I worried about it when … we first got together until I tried it,” he said. “And when I tried it, for some reason, I have an addictive personality.”
It has just been revealed that authorities DID find cocaine in Whitney Houston’s hotel room, shortly after she died. Originally we were told no illegal drugs were found… but considering they found cocaine in Whitney’s system during the autopsy, it’s come forward that there was, in fact, cocaine in her hotel room.
Authorities recovered cocaine in the hotel room where Whitney Houston died … TMZ has learned.
As for the quantity of cocaine that was found, official documents show one of the items police recovered was “white, powdery remnants.” Sources tell us the powder was tested and it’s cocaine.
We’re told Beverly Hills detectives are NOT investigating rumors that someone removed cocaine from the room, because they’re convinced it wasn’t removed.
Sources directly involved in the investigation told TMZ early on … no illegal drugs were recovered from the room. We have circled back with these sources who now tell us they were unaware at the time that cocaine was present.
Bottom line — cops are in the final stages of their investigation, but they are not focusing on anyone who possibly removed cocaine, because authorities are in possession of the goods.
There was cocaine in Whitney Houston’s system when she died, this just in from the L.A. County Coroner.
The L.A. County Coroner has just released the singer’s official cause of death — accidental drowning … but the report also notes heart disease and cocaine use were contributing factors to Whitney’s demise.
A source connected to the investigation tells us it is “very possible” Whitney had a heart attack that caused her to lose consciousness and drown. The heart attack may have been triggered by hardening of the arteries as a result of cocaine use.
Whitney was found dead in her bathtub at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in February, and several pills were found at the scene. Police found no evidence of cocaine in the hotel room.