Fabletics is a stylish athletic wear line co-founded by Hudson. There's also a men's line, FL2.
The 36-year-old mother of two stays fit by doing a variety of cardio and yoga.
"It just depends on if I have time to workout and what my mood is," she told Harper's Bazaarearlier this year. "Like sometimes, I'll just want to stretch and do more of a hot yoga-type situation, sometimes I want to sweat it out and do more cardio, spinning. But my go-to's are Brazilian Butt Lifts -- it's just really, really concentrating on your core and your butt -- and Pilates."
Nathaniel Chadwick/NBC(SANTA MONICA, Calif.) -- A judge has determined Bill Cosby should face a deposition this week in connection with one of the sex assault cases against him.
Cosby's lawyers had filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit, but that was denied by a California state judge in Santa Monica on Wednesday. As a result, the videotaped deposition set for Friday is still on.
Cosby will have to answer questions under oath about claims from Judy Huth, who says the actor and comedian sexually assaulted her at the Playboy Mansion in the 1970s, when she was 15.
The judge did order the deposition be sealed until at least December.
Earlier this week, model Chloe Goins, who has accused Cosby of drugging and abusing her in a bedroom of the Playboy Mansion in 2008, filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles, seeking punitive damages.
Sony(LOS ANGELES) -- Don’t count on Rick Moranis making a cameo in the all-female Ghostbusters movie.
The 62-year-old actor, who played accountant Louis Tully in the two Ghostbusters films released in the 1980s, will not be joining his old co-stars Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson and Sigourney Weaver in the reboot. He turned down an offer to make an appearance.
"I hope it's terrific," he tells The Hollywood Reporter. "But it just makes no sense to me. Why would I do just one day of shooting on something I did 30 years ago?"
Moranis, who went on an extended hiatus from acting following the death of his wife Ann in 1997 to focus on raising their two children, says he's "picky" about the projects he chooses to work on. "Picky has worked for me," he adds.
Aside from Ghostbusters, Moranis' credits include Honey, I Shrunk the Kids; The Flintstones; Little Shop ofHorrors; and Strange Brew.
Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon will star in the new Ghostbusters, which will open next July.
Sony / Columbia(LONDON) -- It sounds like Daniel Craig has had his fill of playing Bond...James Bond.
In an interview with Time Out London, the British actor strongly implies he will relinquish the role following the release of the upcoming Bond flick, Spectre.
When asked if he can imagine starring in another Bond movie, Craig replies, "Now? I’d rather break this glass and slash my wrists. No, not at the moment. Not at all. That’s fine. I’m over it at the moment. We’re done. All I want to do is move on."
To emphasize the point, he later states, "If I did another Bond movie, it would only be for the money."
Craig doesn't care who replaces him as 007, either. He says, "Look, I don’t give a f***. Good luck to them!"
"All I care about is that if I stop doing these things we’ve left it in a good place and people pick it up and make it better," he continues. "Make it better, that’s all."
Craig does have some advice for any actor who's offered the chance to become the next James Bond: "Firstly, it’s your decision. Don’t listen to anybody else. Well, do listen to everybody, but you have to make the choice at the end of the day. It’s your bed to lie on.
"And don’t be s***!" he warns. "Don’t be s***. You’ve got to step up. People do not make movies like this anymore. This is really rare now. So don’t be s***."
Craig has played Bond in four movies, including Spectre, which opens November 6.
ABC/Mark Levine(NASHVILLE) -- On Wednesday's Nashville, Scarlett O'Conner made the decision to take her mother, Beverly, off life support, which didn't sit well with Beverly's brother -- Scarlett's uncle Deacon Claybourne. Scarlett was in the room alone as Beverly died at the end of the episode. Deacon chose to grieve alone in the bedroom he had set up for Beverly to come home to after she got better.
Juliette Barnes continued her hard-partying ways on the road as her husband, Avery Barkley, started divorce proceedings back home in Nashville. Juliette's tour mate, Luke Wheeler, gave her a cautionary tale about abandoning his wife and kids for life as a country star. It didn't seem to work, though. Juliette was downing champagne with a friend right after that pep talk.
Will Lexington faced heat from some gay members of the Nashville music community for not doing more with his status as an out country singer. Will's boyfriend, songwriter Kevin Bicks, backed them up but understood when Will said he needed more time to adjust to being an out gay man.
Mayor Teddy Conrad came clean to his daughters, Maddie and Daphne, about embezzling money from the government. He decided to plead guilty to the charges and will most likely spend several years behind bars.
Chuck Hodes/FOX(NEW YORK) -- On Wednesday's episode of Empire, Lucious Lyon left jail thanks to his crafty lawyer, and his first order of business was trying to dismantle Cookie's new record label, Lyon Dynasty. Before he does that, however, he explained why he called his entire family to his house for dinner.
"I want you guys to eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we war," he said.
Later, while Hakeem gave an interview with Sway to promote the album he leaked, he also got ahead of himself and promoted Lyon Dynasty's first artist -- a Latina girl group named Mirage à Trois. Hakeem promised to bring them by the radio station later this week. Too bad they didn't have a single, which led to Hakeem and Cookie butting heads in the studio to produce a radio-friendly track.
Across town, Dre was still trying to get his job back at Empire Records and it was clear he was ready to do anything. Cookie told him to use the fact that his wife, Rhonda, was expecting their first child to butter Lucious up. Still, when he finally told his father the good news, he didn't react like he thought he would -- instead he asked his son if he thought about the child's mental health.
"It doesn't run in my family," Dre shot back, clearly unaware that Lucious' mother also suffered from bipolar disorder.
Will Lucious ever tell Dre the truth about the fact that bipolar disorder runs in their family?
Back in the studio, Jamal just threw out the umpteenth producer. Clearly, he was having a creative road block. Becky knew what the issue was: "Call her."
"Who?" Jamal asked. "Cookie," she replied.
There's no word if the two will ever get back in the studio together, especially now that Mirage à Trois was ready for their debut. But when they went to Sway to unveil their new hit, the lead singer Valentina -- played by real-life artist Becky G -- was late. Lucious strolled in not only to let them know he had bought the radio station -- a great idea from his son, Andre -- but that he had stolen their lead singer for his own label.
Checkmate. Your move, Cookie!
Empire returns next Wednesday at 9 p.m. Eastern on Fox.
Monty Brinton/CBS(NEW YORK) -- On Wednesday’s episode of Survivor Cambodia: Second Chance, a switcheroo between the tribes led to a surprising twist.
The castaways swapped tribes, with six ending up on the Bayon camp; six at the Ta Keo camp; and six forming the new Angkor tribe, where despite being outnumbered, former Bayou members Andrew Savageand Tasha Fox ended up gaining control, convincing all four of the former Ta Keo players -- Jeff Varner, Woo Hwang, Abi-Maria Gomes and Peih-Gee Law -- to vote against one of their own.
For the immunity challenge, each tribe pushed a cart through an obstacle course, retrieved a key which they used to unlock a chest, then put it on the cart and move on. Once they collected all three chests, they had to disassemble the cart, slide it through a barricade, put it back together and make their way to the end. Two tribe members then used the pieces in the chest to assemble a giant puzzle. Ta Keo and Bayon won immunity.
The shocking twist was set into motion when Jeff sent a signal to former teammate Kelly Wiglesworth after losing the challenge and was busted by Tasha. Varner went on to reveal some of the team’s private deals, upsetting his former Ta Keo members. It set off a chain of events that would eventually lead to Abi-Maria and Peih-Gee campaigning to vote each other out.
At the tribal council, Peih-Gee, in a last-ditch effort to stave off elimination, tried to convince the tribe they could trust her word, declaring, “I’m steady. I’m loyal.” The pitch wasn’t good enough, and she was voted off the island.
Disney(LOS ANGELES) -- Meet the newest Disney princess. Moana will make her debut in a movie of the same name that hits theaters next year.
"[It's] a sweeping, CG-animated adventure about a spirited teenager who sails out on a daring mission to prove herself a master wayfinder and fulfill her ancestors’ unfinished quest," Disney said in a statement. "During her journey, she meets the once-mighty demi-god Maui and together, they traverse the open ocean on an action-packed voyage, encountering enormous fiery creatures and impossible odds."
Newcomer Auli'i Cravalho, a native Hawaiian, will voice Moana, while Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson will provide the vocals for Maui.
"Moana is such an amazing character," Cravalho told People magazine. "She’s brave, she is so empowered, she knows what she wants and she’s not afraid to get it, and I think that’s something that I can relate to as well. I just love watching how she goes along in this wonderful movie and grows as a person and helps her culture along the way."
ABC(LOS ANGELES) -- Switch-Up Week is back on Dancing with the Stars with the celebrities getting new dance partners in the ballroom.
Vine star Hayes Grier, who is partnered with Emma Slater told People magazine that he is "excited and terrified" of dancing with someone new. But he won't have a choice.
The magazine revealed Wednesday just who Grier, and the other eight contestants, will now be paired with -- just for the week -- during the competition:
Grier is now paired with Allison Holker
Alek Skarlatos is now paired with Slater
Bindi Irwin is now paired with Val Chmerkovskiy
Tamar Braxton is now paired with Louis van Amstel
Paula Deen is now paired with Mark Ballas
Alexa PenaVega is now paired with Derek Hough
Carlos PenaVega is now paired with Lindsay Arnold
Andy Grammer is now paired with Sharna Burgess
Nick Carter is now paired with Witney Carson
We'll see just how the celebs do with their new partners when Dancing with the Stars returns Monday at 8 p.m. Eastern on ABC. Former bad boy of the ballroomMaksim Chmerkovskiy will return to the competition to serve on the judge's panel.
Michael Lavine/FOX(NEW YORK) -- Two months after reports surfaced that two stars of the hit Fox series Empire -- Trai Byers and Grace Gealey -- got engaged, the actress finally confirmed the news on Tyra Banks' new syndicated talk show, FABLife.
"I'm engaged," she told Banks and the other panelists during Tuesday's episode, to applause.
Gealey also explained why her relationship with Byers works, even on set. "I think that if you do get involved... at your workplace, you have to know that this is something that you want to be invested in and this is not something that is frivolous and fleeting," she said. "And to have the maturity to know that if this doesn't work out, you're not going to throw staplers at the other person."
If Gealey and Byers do get into a squabble, it'll be on camera: Byers plays the eldest son of the Lyon family, while Gealey portrays the ex-girlfriend of Terrence Howard's label head, Lucious Lyon.
Back in July, People magazine reported Gealey and Byers were headed down the aisle.
Empire airs Wednesday nights on Fox at 9 p.m. Eastern.
Greg Gayne/NBC(NEW YORK) -- The rotating musical big red chairs continue on The Voice.
Christina Aguilera will re-join the show for season 10, NBC announced Wednesday.
The lineup for the next season, which starts February, will feature original coach Christina joining her old pals Adam Levine and Blake Shelton in the chairs, while Pharrell Williams will be sticking around for a third season.
The current season features Adam, Blake, Pharrell and Gwen Stefani.
A.M.P.A.S.(r)/Image Group LA(NEW YORK) -- Lady Gaga debuts in her first major TV acting role tonight: playing the bloodthirsty, bisexual Countess Elizabeth on FX's American Horror Story: Hotel. The show's creator says he's so pleased with her work that he's trying to get her to appear in the show's next season as well.
AHS co-creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy tweeted, "Lady Gaga is so brilliant in AHSSeason 5 that yesterday I officially asked her to join Season 6. Say yes @LadyGaga!" The actors inHotel, who are part of Murphy's regular troupe, would likely be down with that, as they've enjoyed working with her on this season.
At the show's red-carpet premiere a few days ago, Oscar winner Kathy Bates, who plays Iris on the show, said Gaga was "sweet" and, "grateful to be there," adding, "She's been so respectful of us and more experienced actors but she's in it, man. She's focused and she scared the bejesus out of me a few times with her character. I'm not kidding! I was like, 'Whoa.'"
Matt Bomer, who plays Donovan on the show, says he's literally on a first-name basis with Gaga. "I call her Stefani, only because it sort of takes the mythos and all the preconceptions of Lady Gaga out of the equation so we can just relate to each other like human beings and actors in a scene," he explained, referring to Gaga's birth name, Stefani Germanotta.
"She's so approachable," he added. "She totally just was there for us as a person and had us over to her house and ingratiated [herself with] all of us, so that by the time the cameras were rolling and we were in a scene together, we weren't thinking about the fact that you were doing a scene with Lady Gaga."
And speaking of having the cast over to her house, cast member Denis O'Hare, who plays a cross-dressing bar employee named Liz Taylor, says Gaga threw quite the bash for them.
"She had a pool, she dyed it blood red. She had bathing suits for all of us," he revealed. "I jumped right in. I wore a woman's bathing suit at one point. She had a massive amount of food for us. She had a half-naked bartender for some of us. It was an incredible party and it was just us, so it was comfortable and we all got to know each other."
"And," he added, "She got a birthday cake for [co-star] Angela [Bassett]. I can't describe it. It was an obscene birthday cake. It was shocking, actually."
By the way, Bassett has revealed that said cake showed her character and Gaga's having sex, as they do in the show.
Cheyenne Jackson, who plays Will Drake on the show, says he was most impressed with the fact that Gaga brought in items from her own closet to supplement the Countess' outrageous wardrobe.
"I always ask her, 'Is this yours?'" he says. "I think it's a big blur at this point. I mean every single moment she has a different thing, like a turban, or short hair, long hair...it's pretty awesome!"
During an appearance on The Tonight Show Tuesday evening, Gaga discussed her role with host Jimmy Fallon, noting that she took the part very seriously.
"I worked really hard on it and I'm completely committed to the role and I'm not doing anything else while I'm doing Horror Story, she said, revealing, "I went to acting school for 10 years growing up in New York...I went to Strassberg Theater downtown and studied method acting...I just was really terrible at auditioning and awkward and couldn't get a job, so I decided to become a singer instead."
Gaga says it wasn't hard getting into character for her role. There's this really kind of strange world that Ryan has created of these very narcissistic characters that are all trying to survive in their own way," she notes. "Mine in particular is a...vampire, so I need to drink blood in order to survive. So you find yourself going you know, 'What is right and what is wrong, what is good and what is evil and when is it okay...to be cunning in order to survive"
American Horror Story: Hotel premieres tonight on FX at 10 p.m. ET.
ABC/Fred Lee(NEW YORK) -- In Truth, Cate Blanchett plays Mary Mapes, the 60 Minutes producer who found herself in the middle of a controversy after she produced a later discredited story with Dan Rather that cast doubt on President George W. Bush's national guard service during the Vietnam War. The story cost Mapes her job, and forced Rather's resignation from CBS.
Robert Redford portrays Rather in the film, and on Wednesday's Good Morning America, Blanchett said it "was extraordinary" working with the actor.
Portraying a real-life person proved a bit more difficult for Blanchett. "There was a very particular responsibility one has to playing, you know, real-life character like Mary, even though she's behind the camera and not necessarily particularly well known," she explained. "Because the Mary that I met was, you know, vivacious and vital and full of good humor but, of course, the film captures her in absolute freefall."
In the film, the embattled producer discovers a trove of hateful comments on the Internet -- something Blanchett says was relatively new when the film's events took place. "Even though it feels like recent history, 2004...the media landscape, the political landscape has changed entirely," Blanchett says. "It was at the beginning of that whole kind of hateful blogosphere."
We could soon see Blanchett in a very different role. She says she's working with screenwriter/producer Aaron Sorkin on a possible Lucille Ball biopic. The actress called the late comedienne "one of my all-time great heroes," but added that the possibility of a film is still in its "early days."
"But Aaron Sorkin and I are talking about...yeah, we don't know what form it's gonna be in," she added.