The latest Modern Family episode dropped a major bomb for the Season as it was revealed that eldest Dunphy daughter Haley (Sarah Hyland) is expecting.
Throughout the episode “Did the Chicken Cross the Road?” Haley and longtime on-again-off-again beau Dylan (Reid Ewing) tried proving that they could be grown up but ultimately opted out of a stage play for a carnival. While at the carnival riding bumper cars, Dylan bumped into Haley accidentally causing the lipstick she was applying to jam up her nose.
“With a heavy heart I have to let you know that Good Behavior will not return for a third season on TNT,” he wrote. “I’ve always said I could write about Letty and Javier for 500 episodes. Their relationship and place in the world live on the edge of something unique and beautiful and I’m more proud of creating their story than anything in my TV career thus far.”
It was a week before Christmas in 2011 when Phoenix Coldon vanished without a trace. The 23-year-old, who family members said was an excellent musician and a regular at church, was gone, but her SUV was found stopped in the middle of a road with the engine running and her keys still inside.
It’s been nearly seven years and the case is still unsolved, making Coldon one of the nearly 75,000 missing Black women in America. St. Louis reporter Shawndrea Thomas is hoping to change that, however, with a new “Crime Time” series airing on the Oxygen network this week.
“The Disappearance of Phoenix Coldon,” premiering in a two-night special event Saturday, Nov. 3, and
A woman was left fighting for her life after a tummy tuck caused her to be infected with three flesh-eating bugs.
Laura Franks, who weighed 308lbs (22st) at her heaviest, lost 97lbs (7st) after undergoing gastric bypass surgery in 2013.
However, her sudden weight loss left the 36-year-old events planner feeling ‘like an empty bag’ with folds of excess skin hanging from her midriff.
Hoping to get her confidence back, Ms Franks paid $5,000 (£3,801) for a tummy tuck, liposuction and Brazilian bum lift at a clinic in Cali, Colombia, last February.
But instead of getting the body she had always dreamed of, Ms Franks caught three different types of flesh-eating bacteria from contaminated surgical equipment. Two of the infections are known to cause necrotizing fasciitis.
Ms Franks, of Atlanta, Georgia, spent more than a month recovering in Colombia, where she even had to have a skin graft from her
An obese woman claims she was given just days to live after she developed deadly sepsis from a gastric sleeve operation.
Laura Battrum, 35, from Birmingham, was severely overweight at 22 stone (308lbs) when she decided weight-loss surgery was her only option.
Due to her suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), the NHS agreed to pay for the operation, which took place last January.
Thrilled, Miss Battrum thought she was one step closer to her dream of starting a family with her partner of eight years Steve, 37.
Instead, she claims she developed sepsis and was given three days to live before being put in an induced coma for a month.
After spending a total of four months in hospital, Miss Battrum is finally back at home. But the health and social assessor is now forced to use a colostomy bag, and battles mobility problems and fatigue every day.
NORRISTOWN, Pa. ― Janice Dickinson laughed Tuesday when Bill Cosby was sentenced to three to 10 years in state prison for sexually assaulting Andrea Constand, a former women’s basketball coach at Temple University.
Dickinson, who has accused Cosby of drugging and raping her in 1982, was sitting in the second row behind Constand. Dickinson threw back her head after Montgomery County Common Pleas Judge Steven O’Neill announced Cosby’s sentence in court, laughing loudly and slowly.
“See, I got the last laugh pal,” Dickinson said while staring straight at Cosby.
Security threatened to throw Dickinson out of the courtroom because of the outburst, but the former model was allowed to stay.