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Tyra Banks' life is set to be turned into a TV show.
The 'America's Next Top Model' host has sold a script based on her years as a teen model to ABC and she is set to co-create and executive produce the show with her friend Kenya Barris Banks, who is a TV writer.
According to the New York Post's Page Six, Tyra has called the comedy 'Fivehead', a tongue-in-cheek reference to her large forehead.
Tyra recently revealed she was bullied at school because she was so thin.
The model says she grew three inches and lost 30lbs in the space of three months when she was 11, which left her a target for bullies.
The 38-year-old beauty said: "When I was 11 years old, I grew three inches and lost 30 pounds in three months. So I went from being a mean bully, cute little chubby little girl to shooting up, [weighing] 98 pounds and just looking sick and frail.
"I wasn't sick, but people thought there was something wrong with me. I was the brunt of every joke, every bad thing. I hated my reflection in the mirror. I would try to stuff food down my throat to gain weight."
Seth MacFarlane messed up announcing the Reality Show Host Emmy Award winner because he had the wrong microphone.
The 'Family Guy' creator took to the stage at last night's ceremony to announce 'Dancing with the Stars' presenter Tom Bergeron had won the prize but suffered a mishap when he spoke into a switched-off mic.
After he found the correct microphone, he joked in the voice of 'Family Guy' baby Stewie Griffin: "This is what happens when you don't come to rehearsal. That's gonna be on YouTube."
He later poked fun at himself on twitter.
He tweeted: "Oh, THERE'S the f**king mike. (sic)"
Demi Lovato says her body issues began when she was three.
The 'X Factor' judge - who has spent time in rehab getting treatment for her eating disorder and self harming - admits she felt she was overweight from a very young age, and the insecurities have stayed with her.
She told talk show 'Katie': "I remember being three years old in a diaper and rubbing my hand over my stomach ... and I remember thinking in my head, 'I wonder if one day this will ever be flat?' "
The 20-year-old beauty - who has recently been named as the new ambassador of a bullying campaign - was targeted at school as the girls used to tease her for her appearance.
Demi added: "It played more of a toll on me than if I was physically abused in school. I've always said I wished that they had just hit me in the face and gotten it over with because what they said to me sticks to me to this day and it affected me, (turned) me into the person I am today. I was bullied and they called me fat and they called me horrible things."
Britney Spears has banned alcohol backstage at 'X Factor'.
Britney - who joined the panel of Simon Cowell's music talent hunt alongside Demi Lovato this year - has made sure she will not be tempted by booze, with her team banning the possibility of her accessing it.
According to USMagazine.com, her representatives said in a note: "Very important. We require you to empty minibars of all alcohol. And no gifts of wine or any other alcoholic beverages, please."
Drink is not the only thing Britney - who is also joined by L.A. Reid on the judging panel - is believed to have banned from the show; pretty women are also not allowed backstage.
A source said recently: "Britney has stipulated that none of the backstage staff working with her are too pretty or stylish."
However, the singer claims she is having a great time on the program, even though she did want to quit after shooting the first episode.
She said: "I was really nervous. You have all these people behind you and you know they're rooting on you. It's a really exciting, electrifying thing to do."
Pamela Anderson is struggling to stay celibate.
The 45-year-old blonde bombshell vowed to give up sex until November for the duration of 'Dancing with the Stars: All Stars', but is finding it an impossible task because her dance partner Tristan MacManus is so sexy.
Speaking to the USA TODAY newspaper, the former Playboy model said: "I'm being tested. It's hard when you have a sweaty man pressed up against you every day. I feel lascivious. But I'm trying, I'm trying."
She added that Irish hunk Tristan makes it much "harder", joking: "Trust me; I could chew through a table right now."
The 'Baywatch' babe - who originally took part in the ballroom dancing series in 2010 - is heading to Rio next week for work reasons, and has asked Tristan to join her on the trip.
She laughed: "I'm going to take my sweaty Irishman down there. I'm 45 he's 30. But maybe that's how it's supposed to be ... Not good. Not good."
A love of younger men clearly runs in the family, since Pamela admitted it was her mother, Carol, who originally had her sights set on "sexy" professional dancer Tristan.
She said: "We were talking about partners and it was my mother who said, 'I hope you get Tristan, because he's sexy. You'll like him.'
"And here I am. (My mother) is so excited. She's coming to the first show."
'Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars' premieres on ABC on September 24.
'Jersey Shore' has been axed.
MTV confirmed the forthcoming sixth season of the reality TV show - which will premiere in October - will be its final series, but the network is to commemorate the end of the program with a one-hour special entitled 'Gym, Tan, Look Back', on September 6.
The episode will feature interviews with the 'Jersey Shore' cast and a sneak peek of the sixth series, plus there will be a look back at some of the show's highlights since it began in December 2009.
The show has inspired a number of spin-offs including 'Geordie Shore' - the English version of the program, which takes place in Newcastle, north east England - and 'Jersey Shore' stars Snooki and Jenni 'JWoww' Farley have gone on to create their own reality show, 'Snooki & JWoww'.
The news comes after Snooki - whose real name is Nicole Polizzi - gave birth to her and fiance Jionni LaValle's son Lorenzo Dominic on Sunday, and she recently admitted her previous wild antics had taken a backseat while she prepared for motherhood.
What's more, Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino - one of the main men in the program - is currently starring in British reality TV show 'Celebrity Big Brother' and fellow 'Jersey Shore' star Pauly D, whose real name is Paul DelVecchio, has also been in his own spin-off show, 'The Pauly D Project'.
'Jersey Shore' follows the wild lives of eight housemates spending their summers mainly in Jersey Shore, New Jersey, but the cast have also spent time in Miami Beach and Italy in the second and fourth seasons respectively.