When Season 21 of Dancing With the Stars premieres tonight, it will feature three celebrity contestants 60 or older. It’s another smart casting call by ABC execs, who are well aware that last year’s median age for DWTS viewers was 61.6.
To nutritionists, the list of Paula Deen's sins may still be topped by overuse of mayonnaise and a predilection for frying. But the celebrity chef's empire is in free fall because of allegations that she used hurtful, racist language.
Well, now we know why celebrity chef Paula Deen was recently hired to promote the daily diabetes drug she takes: That drug is getting some new competition from Bydureon, the first once-a-week treatment for Type 2 diabetes approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
For three years, celebrity chef Paula Deen -- the high priestess of the "add more butter" school of cooking -- has kept quiet about her Type 2 diabetes, while still urging people to make the kind of high-fat, high-calorie food that can lead to obesity, a risk factor for.....Type 2 diabetes.
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