Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman (who plays Lynette Scavo) was named one of the top celebrity Tweeters by TV Guide. “These people are funny, candid, responsive to their fans, and keep self-promotion to a minimum,” the magazine reported. “They engage us by getting into friendly-spats with other celebs (a la @JoelMcHale and @Snooki), and tweeting behind-the-scenes photos, as @FelicityHuffman did recently. Check out Felicity’s Twitter feed – and don’t miss out on the chance to own a piece of her Desperate Housewives wardrobe, including the stunning GiGi Young designer dress that Huffman wore in the seventh season episode “Searching” (pictured above), which is currently on the auction block (at a jaw-droppingly low price!) at VIP Fan Auctions! Place your bid today!




There’s a shake-up brewing in the shrinking world of daytime soaps! Emmy-winning All My Children star Jacob Young is leaving the series to rejoin The Bold and the Beautiful. According to TV Guide, Young will reprise his role as Rick Forrester – the son of Eric Forrester and Brooke Logan, which he played as a teen from 1997 to 1999. Speaking of the always-fashionable Brooke Logan, check out four of her screen-worn designer outfits available (still at very reasonable prices) at VIP Fan Auctions. The auctions end Tuesday, so bid today!



Rose McGowan

Rose McGowan is reportedly filming a guest-starring role for an upcoming episode of Law & Order: SVU. The actress, whose credits include Charmed and Quentin Tarrantino’s Grindhouse, will go head-to-head with Chris Meloni’s Det. Stabler. “Our episode is called “Bombshell,” and Rose McGowan is the ultimate bombshell,” the show’s executive producer Neal Baer told TV Guide. “Rose plays a grifter named Cassandra who strikes swinging men who frequent sex clubs. And we’re very excited to have her.” Do you think Rose McGowan will spice up L&O:SVU?



To steal a phrase from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, “The Big Bad is coming” – but this time, the vampire that will make Vlad the Impaler look like a Girl Scout is headed for Mystic Falls. For fans of “The Vampire Diaries,” the arrival of Klaus – one of the original vampires – has been long-awaited, but series executive producer Julie Plec told TV Guide that her vision of the character continues to evolve. “It’s exciting to see a lot of new faces and try to figure out who we want that character to be and what kind of attitude we want him to have, what kind of charm we want him to have,” she says. “That character is evolving even as we cast because we see a lot of things that we like and we think, ‘Ooh, that’s interesting. What an interesting take on the character.'” What’s your vision of Klaus, and who should play him?



Who is going to die?

Some major characters will be meeting their ends this season on “The Vampire Diaries,” according to a report by TV Guide. “A lot of people are dying,” Katerina Graham told the magazine. “Not, like, too many, where it’s like, ‘Why are all these people dying?’ But a couple of important characters are going to go.” Who do you think will not live to see another season?



Susan's boozy aunt Rhoda!

Television icon Valerie Harper will reportedly join “Desperate Housewives” in 2011 as Susan’s (Teri Hatcher) Aunt Claire. The show’s executive producer Bob Daily to TV Guide columnist William Keck that Harper’s character is a woman “who likes her booze” and will visit her niece in the hospital (Susan is injured in the midseason riot cliffhanger) when the series returns in January. Along with Aunt Claire, Susan’s mother, Sophie, played by Lesley Ann Warren, will also return.



Inspired by Emily Deschanel’s wedding in September, “Bones” creator Hart Hanson reportedly offered his lead actress the opportunity to make her directorial debut on the series’ Valentine’s Day episode. However, TV Guide columnist William Keck, who originally broke the story, now reports that Deschanel’s directorial debut will be postponed.  To allow her to prepare to direct, Hanson had minimized Deschanel’s role in the episode. However, with the series airing directly after ratings powerhouse “American Idol” during February sweeps, Hanson reportedly didn’t want to keep Temperance Brennan on the sidelines during this crucial time.

“Emily agreed with me that diminishing our star’s profile during these crucial episodes might compromise our chances to reach the new audience which ‘Idol’ may very well provide,” Hanson told TV Guide. “She very kindly consented to moving her directorial debut until later in the season. When it comes to ‘Bones,’ Emily puts the show first.  Which is why we love her.”