How TLC Stars Celebrated Halloween


Your favorite TLC families celebrated Halloween this weekend, and the results were charming (and chillling). Scroll through this recap of the best costumes and spooky celebrations and share your own ideas for making Halloween a night to remember.

Jen from the "Little Couple" snapped these pictures of her son WIll and daughter Zoey dressed up in their Toy Story costumes.

"Something Borrowed, Something New" co-hosts Kelly Nishimoto and Sam Saboura try to spook us with their scariest poses.

Kelly dressed up as a geisha for Halloween --- she made the costume herself!

Though we didn't get a glimpse of "Long Island Medium" Theresa Caputo, Larry Caputo looks unrecognizable in this beard.

Leah Remini and Cheryl Burke had an Addams family Halloween in these spot-on costumes.

Buddy "Cake Boss" Valastro shared this awesome pic of his boys dressed up in some pretty incredible costumes.

-- Mara Betsch

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A Sweet Halloween Treat Recipe

How the Amish Celebrate Halloween

Another Amazing Candid Moment from Leah Remini


It's no secret that Jennifer Lopez and Leah Remini are good friends, but it's great to know that they engage in typical BFF behavior -- making fun of each other. Lopez posted this playful Instagram video of Leah showing off her best Brooklyn dance moves to Jay Z before realizing that she's being filmed. In typical Leah form, she says exactly what's on her mind. Watch now:

You'd probably have the same reaction, right? We love that these super successful ladies still find the time for a girls' weekend. They were spending a little bit of time in the Hamptons to soak up the sun and catch up, as seen in another photo Lopez shared.


From the pictures, it looks like a pretty amazing vacation. We wish we were there, too! You can watch Leah and the rest of her family keep it real on "Leah Remini: It's All Relative" on Thursdays 10/9c.

-- Mara Betsch

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Then and Wow: Great Photos of Leah's Career

The Best of Leah and Her Family

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Leah Remini Chats About Family, Work, and the Real Breakout Star on Her New Show


Actress Leah Remini made a name for herself as Kevin James' opinionated wife on "King of Queens," but now she's letting everyone see the hilarious dynamic between her and her real-life husband Angelo, as well as the rest of her eccentric family, on "Leah Remini: It's All Relative," premiering Thursday 10/9c.

In a candid interview on "Good Morning America," she shares everything from her favorite family recipe to why she decided it was time for a reality show to how she dealt with leaving the Church of Scientology. Watch below as she catches us up on her life with her trademark sense of humor.

For more of Leah's straight-talk and humor, tune in to "Leah Remini: It's All Relative" Thursdays 10/9c and follow @TLC for all the latest updates on her show.

-- Mara Betsch

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Meet All of Leah's Friends and Family

Get to Know Leah's Equally Hilarious Mom Vicki

"The Little Couple" Have a Surprise Vow Renewal


In what may be the most romantic of surprises, Bill Klein of "The Little Couple" stunned Jen with a vow-renewal proposal -- and then had all of their closest friends and family join them for the renewal ceremony right then and there.

The couple announced the news today on Twitter, sharing a photo of the romantic proposal and vow-renewal ceremony. Jen Tweeted:

Then, sharing a photo of the proposal itself, she wrote:

According to People.com the couple renewed their vows in a private ceremony surrounded by friends and family on April 27th. The wedding will be shown on TLC during the season finale on June 17th at 10|9c.

Congratulations, Bill & Jen!

Watch The Little Couple, Tuesdays at 10|9c and share your well-wishes with them on Facebook and Twitter.

From The Bedroom To The Hospital Bed, "Sex Sent Me To The ER" Returns


Sex-sent-me-drl-668x375Get ready for more cringe-worthy, cover-your-eyes moments from Sex Sent Me to the ER.

Starting April 12th and continuing through the end of the year, TLC will be bringing you more must-watch stories of the casualties of sexual encounters gone wrong.

Last season, the 400-lb virgin and rock and roll sex scene brought you just a taste of the crazy medical needs that can come from bedroom blunders.

The new episodes heat up with more real-life, hilarious tales of what happens when couples have sexual mishaps.

Tune in to watch people share their stories of intimacy with a twist. Featured incidents include an adventurous couple whose preference for candy and sex lands them in the ER, a man and woman who bring their sex life to the grocery store aisle, and a scientist who aspires to become one with nature, but mistakenly gets a little too close for comfort when he does so while buck naked.

Do you have a story from a time sex sent you to the ER? Tell us about it in the comments!

Sex Sent Me to the ER permieres April 12th at 9|8c ET, and new episodes will run through the end of the year.

Are You Ready For Tonight's Very Special Honey Boo Boo Vs. Cake Boss Family Feud Face Off??


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Tonight TLC takes over Family Feud, and it's an all out battle! The Here Comes Honey Boo Boo clan is going head to head with Buddy and the Cake Boss family for Feud supremacy and we can't wait for the feudin' to begin!

But in the meantime, we've got a couple sweet treats for you. Think you know your Boo Boos from your Bosses? Take our super fun Family Feud quiz and find out just how well you do! (We're proud to say we got a perfect score!)

We've also got a great gallery of photos of both Honey Boo Boo and Cake Boss teams getting into the action on the set of Family Feud. Click through to see some of the silliness. 

And if you really can't wait 'til tonight's episode, check out this great sneak peek of Alana getting into a sassiness contest with Feud host Steve Harvey. It's pretty cute, we think you'll agree. 

Don't miss tonight's episode: Click here to find out when Family Feud is on in your area.

5 Ways To Trick Yourself Into Saving Money




Let's face it: We don't all have what it takes to live like the folks on Extreme Cheapskates. If reusing paper plates, peeing in bottles, and skipping showers isn't in your game plan, then maybe it's time to think of other ways you can save a few dollars. Thankfully, we've got some less extreme tips for you. 


Pay With Cash: Cash is easier to keep track of that credit cards, which we often swipe with abandon without thinking of their true cost. Plastic doesn't feel as real as cash, so we tend to spend and spend, swipe and swipe, without really thinking about what we're doing. So put down the bank card and put yourself on a cash diet. 

Make Your Savings Automatic: The easiest way to save is when you don't even know you're doing it. So set aside a portion of each of your paychecks to go directly into your savings account or a separate account. It'll hurt less if you don't have to do it manually — you won't even miss the money. It doesn't matter how much money you choose to set aside, just as long as you put it aside. Even if it's $100 a paycheck, it really adds up. 

Put Down The Starbucks Cup: Yes, we know, you can't live without your coffee. But a week of fancy coffee drinks can cost upwards of $25. That's more than a hundred dollars a month, which is well over a thousand dollars a year. On coffee. When you think about it like that, it's easy to reconsider cutting some if not all of your coffee habit out. If you really love the feeling of a fancy coffee in the morning, consider purchasing an at-home milk steamer for $25. Do-it-yourself, and save tons of money!

Check Your Subscriptions: Are you paying for Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime? Do you and your roommates or spouse all have subscriptions, even though your all living under the same roof? Why? Figure out what services you're using that overlap or offer similar enough features so that you can streamline your usage. That goes for magazines, newspapers, film and cable services, and club memberships, too. 

Try Keeping The Change: Keep the Change is a Bank of America where they round up your purchase to the next dollar and transfer the amount from your checking to your savings account. But even if you're not a Bank of America customer, you can institute a similar program for yourself, simply by being diligent about transferring the change you have — including small bills — into a savings account. It won't yield huge results, but it will create a small and steady stream of savings that will add up over time. And it'll show you the value of saving. 

Tell us: What are your favorite tips for saving? 

And don't forget to watch the new season of Extreme Cheapskates, Wednesdays at 9/8 c. 

Secret Princes Recap: Ladies, Lorenzo, and The Lone Star State


It's time for round two of Secret Princes, our favorite show about the trials and travails of a bunch of royal guys looking for love — in all the wrong places. This season, the guys travel to Austin, Texas, on the hunt for "princesses" who will love them for who they are. Let's meet our princes, ladies!


We have: 


  • Prince Alexander of Russia, He's 34 years old and a direct descendent of the House of Romanov. Has a career as a photographer and lives in Kent, England.
  • Prince Lorenzo de Medici of Italy. He's 37 and an heir to the famous House of Medici.
  • Lord James Rennell of Rodd, 34, and the 4th Baron Rennell. He works for an event planning company. 
  • And finally, the Honourable Oliver Plunkett of Dunsany, 28.


Prince Alexander's mom is not excited about this adventure. Princess Olga, who lives in Kent, UK, is a little skeptical of her son's plan. She's not interested in a girl from Texas. "Oh, I think they'll be down to Earth. Very down to Earth."

Did we mention she's wearing an incredible pin of dachshund on her vest?


Oliver Plunkett wants a girl who's smart, beautiful, and a "wonderful southern cook," though what a guy from Meath County, Ireland, knows about southern cooking is anyone's guess.

Oliver is kind of a nerd, from the looks of it. He likes video games, and spends a lot of times with his dog Commander Chow. That's kind of cute (and sad). But cute. "I don't think I've ever been in love," he said. Well, that's gotta change.

Lord James Rennell of Rodd is next to arrive at the house in Austin. Lord James is third to arrive in Texas but the first really, ridiculously hot one. His type? Cameron Diaz, Jessica Biel, Megan Fox. He wants a girl who is "her own person, but also head over heels in love with him, as well."

Our final arrival is Prince Lorenzo de Medici. And he is … amazing. I love his outfits. He has a maid, a driver, a tailor, a cook, "but there's only one thing that's missing -- love."

But one thing he's not missing: confidence. "It's very difficult to resist my charm."

With an ego like that, you didn't think he'd be happy with getting the last and smallest room in the house, did you? Of course not. After a brief dispute over whose family has the most rank, everyone decides to keep the rooms they have.

Then it's time to decide on their fake American names and a cover story. They get dressed up "American style," but go waaaaay overboard, dressing like a band of wacky tourists from an '80s movie. What young guy wears a fanny pack?


That didn't stop Oliver from getting really, really drunk, taking off his pants and riding a mechanical bull.

The next day, the boys try and buy some new clothes, but they forget that they actually have no money, so they're forced to go thrift store shopping. Prince Lorenzo is not feeling it. "I can't get used to it that I don't have money," said Lorenzo. When he doesn't have enough money to buy everything he wants, a nice guy at the thrift store gives him three extra dollars. "American people are the most generous people in the world."

They realize they MUST get some jobs. "This is gonna suck ass," says Prince Alexander, who is suddenly realizing being in the real world is actually hard work. He's been working at a car wash for three minutes and he already screwing it up by flirting with the female customers. Lorenzo, too. He claims he is unable to wear the tomato costume required of him by the sandwich shop he's working at because it won't fit over his legs. These guys!


They try and redeem their first few days in Texas by playing a game of kickball - and strike out both on the field, and with the women on their kickball team. Finding love is going to be harder than these guys thought.

Questions for next week:
Will Lorenzo find a pair of tights that fit him?
How badly are they going to screw up each other's fake names? 
Will they finally break down and clean their disgusting house?  

Don't miss more Secret Princes, Fridays at 10/9 c. 

Don't Miss Out: Take Part In Our What Not To Wear Finale Live Facebook Event!



It's so hard to say goodbye. We just don't know what we'll do without Stacy, Clinton, Carmindy and Ted in our lives, but after ten great years, What Not To Wear is saying its final farewells. In typical fashion though, they want you to be a part of it. 

So tonight, at 9/8 c, during the series finale, post your farewell messages to Stacy, Clinton and the rest of the What Not To Wear crew on the WNTW Facebook page using the hashtag #WNTW — and it may make it on air during the broadcast!

Fans are already posting about how sad they are the show is ending. "I will miss this show. Clothes really do make the (wo)man," wrote Celeste Vaughn Brown. "This is really important; body image can enhance or destroy your life. So sad to see the show go." 

"#WNTW ,You have made an art of making American beautiful, one woman at a time!" wrote fan Peggy Klimis Bradshaw. 

We feel the exact same way. So don't forget about the #WNTW hashtag, and tune in tonight to say goodbye. 

And yup, we've already got the Kleenex out! 

Don't forget to say goodbye to the What Not To Wear family tonight at 9/8 c. 

4 Dating Tips From Jim Bob & Michelle Duggar


Dating as a member of the multitudinous Duggar clan is anything but typical. Just ask Jessa Duggar, the family's 20-year-old daughter, who recently got in a relationship with 18-year-old Ben Seewald. 

The pair met at church, and indeed, much of their courting has centered around their faith. Per Michelle and Jim Bob's instructions, "They are enjoying getting to know each other and are recommending sermons to one another.”

Michelle and Jim Bob actually have quite a few ideas about dating. Here are there tips for families. 

1. Make it a family affair: Take an interest in who your kids are dating. And include them in family events, when appropriate. Jim Bob and Michelle monitor the couple's texts, which have mostly been oriented around discussions of scripture, and they invite Ben to join them on family outings. 

2. Check 'em out: And trust your instincts. "When a guy is pursuing your daughter, you want to check him out and see if there are any red flags,” said Jim Bob. “With Ben, there hasn’t been. He is very sharp. It appears like a match made in heaven.” 

3. Create boundaries: “Dad allowed them to do a side hug when they were officially courting,” explained Michelle. The Duggar family also believes that a couple should refrain from kissing until marriage -- and daughter Jessa agrees. "They agreed that would be the only contact they should have.” 

4. Find partners with similar values: “He’s the first one she has shown interest in that has a spiritual focus and legitimate calling about ministry work,” said Jim Bob.

What dating tips do you swear by? Share 'em in the comments!


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