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'Rhobh' Star Camille Grammer Opens Up About New Cancer Diagnosis (Exclusive)

'Rhobh' Star Camille Grammer Opens Up About New Cancer Diagnosis (Exclusive)
Camille Grammer is taking it day by day.

Et's Brice Sander caught up with the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star at the reality show's premiere party at The Doheny Room in West Hollywood, California, on Friday, where she opened up about her recent cancer diagnosis.

"I'm doing well, I'm healing. In some pain and discomfort this evening, but I'm here," Grammer told Et. "I'm here to promote the show and support it."

On Thursday, the 49-year-old reality star revealed that she had been diagnosed with a second type of cancer, squamous cell carcinoma, which was luckily discovered early and removed.

"We are cancer free," she shared. "Well, we are in remission. I have to wait a week or two for my pathology reports to come back. But as far as I know, the doctor said that she removed everything that she found."

Grammer was also diagnosed with stage two endometrial cancer in 2013 and underwent a hysterectomy
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Camille Grammer Treated for Cancer Again

Camille Grammer Treated for Cancer Again
Camille Grammer was recently treated for skin cancer, almost four years after she was declared to be cancer-free after battling a different type. The 49-year-old former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member and ex-wife of Frasier star Kelsey Grammer posted on Instagram on Thursday photos of herself post-surgery in a Los Angeles hospital room, including one with her oncologist. "Thank you Dr. Beth Karlan for removing those pesky cancer cells. You are Amazing!" she wrote. "This is my second cancer diagnoses. Thank God We found it early. (squamous cell carcinoma) *Early detection is key. My cancer was removed and I'm resting at home. Ladies listen to your bodies. If...
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Camille Grammer Recovering After Surgery for Second Cancer Diagnosis: ‘We Found It Early’

Camille Grammer Recovering After Surgery for Second Cancer Diagnosis: ‘We Found It Early’
Camille Grammer was diagnosed with cancer again.

The 49-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star revealed on Instagram on Thursday that she had received a skin cancer diagnosis (Squamous Cell Carcinoma) and was recovering from surgery after having “those pesky cancer cells” removed.

It’s the second time the former dancer and model has battled cancer. In 2013, she was diagnosed with Stage 2 Endometrial Cancer and underwent a radical hysterectomy. She is currently in remission and has dedicated the past few years to spreading awareness about the disease.

“Early detection is key,” Grammer wrote on Instagram, captioning a photo of herself
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'Rhobh' Alum Camille Grammer Granted Half of Ex-Husband Kelsey Grammer's Retirement Fund

'Rhobh' Alum Camille Grammer Granted Half of Ex-Husband Kelsey Grammer's Retirement Fund
Camille Grammer has scored a pretty penny.

The 49-year-old reality star has been awarded half of ex-husband Kelsey Grammer's retirement fun, according to court documents obtained by Et.

Camille, who filed for divorce from Kelsey in July 2010 after 13 years of marriage, will receive 50 percent of Kelsey's 401 account balance as of the date they separated.

Kelsey married Kayte Walsh in 2011, just two weeks after his divorce to Camille was finalized. The Frasier star has three young children with Walsh, two children with Camille and two older daughters from previous relationships.

Exclusive: Camille Grammer Shows Off Her First Home Since Kelsey Grammer Divorce: It's for 'New Beginnings'

Camille has also moved on. She is engaged to lawyer David C. Meyer, a source confirmed to Et on Monday.

Earlier this year, the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star couldn't help but gush about Meyer, saying, “There is a man on my arm. It’s a great
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Camille Grammer Awarded Half of Ex Kelsey Grammer's Retirement Fund

Camille Grammer Awarded Half of Ex Kelsey Grammer's Retirement Fund
It appears karma is on Camille Grammer's side.  The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star was recently awarded half of ex-husband Kelsey Grammer's retirement fund, according to court documents obtained by E! News. A judge signed off on Camille receiving 50 percent of the 401K account's balance as of June 2010, the date they separated after 13 years of marriage.  Their divorce was finalized in 2011, and two weeks later the Frasier actor wed Kayte Walsh. At the time, Camille claimed Kelsey had an affair. The exes have two teenage children together, while Kelsey went on to have three more kids with Walsh. He has two adult daughters from previous...
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Camille Grammer Awarded Half of Ex-Husband Kelsey Grammer’s Retirement Fund

Camille Grammer Awarded Half of Ex-Husband Kelsey Grammer’s Retirement Fund
Camille Grammer is getting a big pay day.

According to court documents obtained by People, the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star was awarded 50 percent of her ex-husband Kelsey Grammer’s 401K account from the time of their marriage in 1997 to their separation in 2010.

A judge signed off on the order in October. The reality star filed for divorce from the Frasier actor in July 2010. Their divorce was finalized in February 2011, and the 62-year-old actor married Kayte Walsh two weeks later.

Camille and Kelsey share two children together: daughter Mason Olivia, 16, and son Jude Gordon, 13. The actor has five other children from previous relationships.
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Star Trek: Discovery episode 7 review: Magic To Make The Sanest Man Go Mad

James Hunt Oct 31, 2017

Star Trek: Discovery delivers its best episode yet in Magic To Make The Sanest Man Go Mad. Spoilers ahead in our review...

This review contains spoilers.

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1.7 Magic To Make The Sanest Man Go Mad

When, in his Iliad, Homer described love as “Magic to make the sanest man go mad” he probably didn’t think that the line would be used some 3000 years later to provide the title of the best episode of Star Trek: Discovery yet. Frankly, such limited thinking makes me wonder just how imaginative he really was. But whether he wants the honour or not, he’s got it, because this was Star Trek at its absolute prime vintage best. Move over Tng: Discovery has hit its stride and it’s coming for your space-crown.

One
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Camille Grammer Is Engaged! 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Alum Set to Marry David C. Meyer

Camille Grammer Is Engaged! 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Alum Set to Marry David C. Meyer
Camille Grammer is getting a ring on it!

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum is engaged to lawyer David C. Meyer, a source confirms to Et. According to the source, Meyer popped the question last week.

Grammer certainly got the wedding bell rumors ringing over Halloween weekend when she shared a picture with her beau on Instagram, rocking what looked to be a seriously blinged-out engagement ring.

Exclusive: Camille Grammer 'Itching' to Come Back to 'Rhobh' Full-Time and 'Really Happy' With New Boyfriend

Grammer was married to Frasier star Kelsey Grammer from 1997 until 2011.

In March, Grammer was already smitten by her new love, telling Et in an interview how well things were going.

“There is a man on my arm,” she revealed. “It’s a great thing … It’s going really well. I’m really happy.”

More: Kelsey Grammer's Daughter Mason Returns to Nyfw as Mom Camille Gushes on Instagram: 'My Angel'

Congrats
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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Alum Camille Grammer Is Engaged to David C. Meyer

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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Alum Camille Grammer Is Engaged to David C. Meyer
This “Housewife” has found her husband!

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum Camille Grammer is engaged to lawyer David C. Meyer, People can exclusively confirm.

The bride- and groom-to-be have dated for more than a year and met in Malibu, where Meyer lives. He popped the question over a week ago.

“They’re just in love,” a source close to the couple tells People. “There’s a casualness and easiness to their relationship. They’re a really happy, kind couple. He really loves her for her.”

Former model Grammer, 48, starred on Rhobh for two seasons and has since appeared as a guest.
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TVLine Items: Shonda Rhimes Is Fame-ous, Black Lightning Casts Sis and More

TVLine Items: Shonda Rhimes Is Fame-ous, Black Lightning Casts Sis and More
The queen of Shondaland and the indigenous Not Ready for Primetime Players are among the Television Academy’s latest Hall of Fame inductees.

Shonda Rhimes and the original cast of Saturday Night Live — including Dan Aykroyd, Chevy Chase, Jane Curtin, Garrett Morris, Laraine Newman, and John Belushi and Gilda Radner (posthumously) — will be inducted during a non-televised ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 15, at the Saban Media Center in Hollywood, Calif.

Additional 2017 honorees include TV producer John Wells (Shameless, The West Wing, ER), the late Joan Rivers and art director/production designer Roy Christopher (Frasier).

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets?
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Shonda Rhimes, Original ‘SNL’ Cast Among TV Hall Of Fame Inductees

Shonda Rhimes, the original cast of Saturday Night Live and Joan Rivers will be inducted into the Television Academy’s Hall of Fame, the hall’s selection committee announced today. Other inductees include writer/producer John Wells (ER, The West Wing), and art director/production designer Roy Christopher (Frasier, Wings). "All of these individuals are innovators who have shaped television and left an indelible mark on the medium and our culture," said Hayma Washington
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Carney Awards Airing on NBC's Cozi TV (Exclusive)

William H. Macy, Wendie Malick, William Fichtner, Richard Kind and Xander Berkeley will be honored this month for achievements in character acting during the third annual Carney Awards, which will now be exclusively broadcast through NBC's Cozi TV. The multicast network features series including Murder, She Wrote, Frasier, Little House on the Prairie, Columbo, The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman.

Dancing With the Stars host Tom Bergeron will host the private ceremony honoring film and TV stars that will be taped Oct. 29 at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica.

The Carney Awards were named in honor...
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Jennifer Hudson Gets Her Mind Blown By a 'Voice' Hopeful -- Then Joins Him on Stage!

Jennifer Hudson Gets Her Mind Blown By a 'Voice' Hopeful -- Then Joins Him on Stage!
It may have only been the first episode, but Jennifer Hudson was left gobsmacked by a contestant on the season premiere of The Voice!

The American Idol alum made her debut as a coach on the NBC series on Monday and was so blown away by 26-year-old contestant Lucas Holliday that she took to the stage herself!

The Michigan singer's blind audition got off to a mellow start, with Hudson closing her eyes and slowly bopping her head as Holliday belted out “This Woman’s Work” by Maxwell. As the other coaches -- Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus and Blake Shelton – shared glances of approval with each other, audience members got up on their feet in encouragement.

Hudson then slammed down her red button, spinning around in her seat and appearing completely shocked at the sight of Holliday.

Exclusive: Kelly Clarkson Admits It's 'So Weird' to Not Be on 'The Voice' and Not 'American Idol'

While
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The Voice Season 13 Premiere Recap: Who's Ready to Play Musical Chairs?

Suggesting superstitiously that Season 13 of The Voice would be unlucky was a silly gimmick, I thought — until in the premiere, the coaches all passed on my two favorite contestants of the night: Xaris, a teenage folk singer who’s as much of a gem as Jewel, and Odiseas, who returned from his Season 3 tryout with enough star power to light up a constellation. But it was still nice to have Miley Cyrus back on the panel — and not to have to listen to Gwen Stefani pitching female vocalists on joining her team with compelling arguments like, “You’re a girl,
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus Just Broke 3 Huge Emmys Records

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Image Source: Getty / Jason Laveris Everyone knows Game of Thrones is a record-breaking Emmy machine (the series has earned 38 statues, beating out Frasier as the most-won scripted show). But when it comes to individual actors, who's racked up the most gold? The honor just went to Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who won her seventh Emmy for Veep at this year's Emmys ceremony, giving her the title of most Emmys won by a single performer for one role. It's also her eighth total, which means she is tied with Cloris Leachman for most Emmys total. Leachman, who also has eight awards under her belt, has accumulated statuettes for a variety of projects over the years. Her first win was in 1973 for the TV movie A Brand New Life. She won again for two consecutive years for her role as Phyllis Lindstrom on Mary Tyler Moore, and in 1975 she double-dipped with a second award
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Jamie Lee Curtis to Star in, Produce Funeral-Home Sitcom at CBS

Jamie Lee Curtis to Star in, Produce Funeral-Home Sitcom at CBS
Jamie Lee Curtis and CBS are looking to put the “fun” back in funerals.

The Scream Queens star has signed on to star in and executive-produce a CBS sitcom currently in development that’s set at a funeral home, according to our sister site Variety. In the multi-camera comedy, titled Quality of Life, Curtis will play the matriarch of a family that’s run a funeral home for generations.

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Curtis came up with the idea for the series along with Janis Hirsch (Will & Grace,
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Jamie Lee Curtis to Star in, Produce Funeral Home Comedy in Development at CBS (Exclusive)

Jamie Lee Curtis to Star in, Produce Funeral Home Comedy in Development at CBS (Exclusive)
Jamie Lee Curtis will star in and executive produce a new multi-cam comedy in development at CBS, Variety has learned exclusively.

The project, titled “Quality of Life” is described as a multi-generational sitcom set at a family-run funeral home, tackling life through the unique perspective that growing up in a funeral home gives you. Curtis will play the family matriarch. She and Janis Hirsch came up with the story for the project, with Hirsch writing the script. Both Curtis and Hirsch will also executive produce, along with Eric and Kim Tannenbaum. CBS Television Studios will produce.

The news comes on the heels of the announcement that Curtis will reprise her iconic role as Laurie Strode in the upcoming “Halloween” film. Curtis’ character will have a final confrontation with Michael Myers, the ghoulish masked figure who has plagued her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago. Franchise
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The Last Tycoon has been cancelled

Kirsten Howard Sep 11, 2017

Amazon's expensive series The Last Tycoon, starring Matt Bomer, has been cancelled after one season...

There's some unfortunate news for viewers who have recently made their way through the first season of Amazon's The Last Tycoon, we're afraid - plans to continue the series have been ditched.

Confirmation of the series' cancellation has arrived hot on the heels of last week's revelation from the retail giant and streaming service that they'd reversed their decision to renew Z: The Beginning Of Everything.

The Last Tycoon was based on author F. Scott Fitzgerald's unfinished novel of the same name, and starred Matt Bomer (Magic Mike), Kelsey Grammer (Frasier) and Lily Collins (To The Bone).

Amazon are on a bit of a cancellation spree at the moment, nixing shows with low ratings to concentrate on spending their cash more wisely on projects that might be bigger hits. It's a
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Don Ohlmeyer, Producer and Executive Who Helped Revive NBC in 1990s, Dies at 72

Don Ohlmeyer, Producer and Executive Who Helped Revive NBC in 1990s, Dies at 72
Don Ohlmeyer, a longtime producer and executive who helped lead NBC’s “Must-See TV” revival in the 1990s, died Sunday at his home in Palm Desert, Calif. He was 72.

Ohlmeyer’s death was announced by his longtime friend Al Michaels during the “Sunday Night Football” telecast on NBC. “He was truly special and one of a kind,” said Michaels. Ohlmeyer had a long run as a sports producer at ABC and NBC in the 1970s and ’80s before he moved to NBC as West Coast president in 1993.

Ohlmeyer was a famously tough boss but he brought a spirit of competitiveness to NBC in the early 1990s when the network was in the ratings basement. On his watch, NBC thrived with a fresh slate of hits that included “Friends,” “ER,” “Frasier,” “Mad About You,” “Seinfeld,” “Law & Order,” “Just Shoot Me” and “Will & Grace.”

Warren Littlefield, who served as entertainment president under Ohlmeyer, recalled
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The Last Tycoon Cancelled at Amazon

The Last Tycoon Cancelled at Amazon
It’s the end of the road for The Last Tycoon: Amazon has cancelled the Matt Bomer drama after just one season, THR.com reports.

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The Last Tycoon was released on July 28 to mixed reviews. Based on the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, the hour-long drama took viewers back to the glory days of Hollywood, as golden boy Monroe Stahr (Bomer) battled his father figure (Frasier‘s Kelsey Grammer) for the soul of their studio; Lily Collins (The Blind Side) and Rosemarie DeWitt (United States of Tara) co-starred.

Amazon’s decision
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