The Sound of Music Live! wasn't one of Kym Karath's favorite things: The Carrie Underwood and Stephen Moyer remake didn't impress the original star; And Olympian Bode Miller opened up to Us Weekly about his "brutal" custody battle for his son Nate -- and other top stories from Dec. 6
The Sound of Music Live! isn't one of Kym Karath's favorite things. The 55-year-old actress, who played Gretl von Trapp in the 1965 musical film The Sound of Music, gathered with former costars Charmian Carr (Liesl von Trapp) and Angela Cartwright (Brigitta von Trapp) to watch the NBC's live television adaptation of the classic on Thursday, Dec. 5. Unfortunately, the Carrie Underwood and Stephen Moyer remake didn't impress the original star.
As America's most decorated Alpine skier, Bode Miller has tackled some incredible heights and near-impossible terrain. But his steepest challenge yet is the one he faces now in court.
Keri Russell and Shane Deary are putting on a united front as a family. The same day the couple confirmed their separation, they both emerged from their Brooklyn home together on Thursday, Dec. 5, to take their two young kids to school.
Talk about a fan-tastic experience! Kim Kardashian made one teen very, very happy on Thursday, Dec. 5, when she invited the girl and her friend to sit with her in the VIP section at fiance Kanye West's Yeezus concert in New Orleans.
Get well, Jen! Jen Arnold revealed sad news on Friday, Dec. 6 that she is battling cancer. But the 39-year-old star of TLC's The Little Couple and mother of two said in a statement to Us Weekly that her family is giving her the strength to fight the disease.
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Original Sound of Music Star Slams Carrie Underwood, Olympian Bode Miller Opens Up About "Brutal" Custody Battle for Son: Top 5 Stories
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