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FRAN DRESCHER AND "THE NANNY" CO-STAR CHARLES SHAUGNESSY TO REUNITE FOR THE SEASON FINALE OF "HAPPILY DIVORCED" Santa Monica, CA, July 26, 2011 - Charles Shaughnessy ("The Nanny," "Mad Men"), who played Fran's employer-turned-husband in the popular sitcom, "The Nanny," guest stars as Gregory, a guy that both Fran and her ex-husband Peter (John Michael Higgins) want to date in the season finale of "Happily Divorced." To date, the series is averaging over 2.2 million viewers every week.
Additionally, Angie Everhart guest stars as the sister of Fran's ex-boyfriend, Elliot (D. Moffett), Lou Diamond Phillips will appear as a man that chooses Judi (Tichina Arnold) over Fran, and Jennifer Holliday (Broadway's "Dreamgirls") will guest star as herself.
During breakfast in a Budapest hotel's dining room, Jackson scared his mom for a split second when she couldn't find him (he'd been playing with Cheerios beneath the table) and August yanked her hair into her oatmeal, according to WSJ. "I remember Jax watched Charlize do a take, a scene where she had to be a real [jerk], and he said, 'Mumma spicy.'" Blunt told WSJ.
A source tells [email protected] the duo, who have been on and off again since early March, are “rocky” at the moment with White living full time in Los Angeles and Cannon on the East Coast hosting “America’s Got Talent.” We hear the couple run hot and cold, sometimes speaking one week before going silent the next. Cannon and White’s relationship was outed after he deejayed a bash at the Borgata in Atlantic City in the spring where White, a face of Maybelline and a Sports Illustrated beauty, was partying.
The series, which was just renewed for a second season, has averaged 2.2 million viewers.
[07/26/11 - PM]Fran Drescher and "The Nanny" Co-Star Charles Shaughnessy to Reunite for the Season Finale of "Happily Divorced"He'll play Gregory, a guy that both Fran and her ex-husband Peter (John Michael Higgins) want to date in the August 17 episode.
Drescher later became an awareness advocate after being diagnosed with uterine cancer in 2000, an illness from which she fully recovered following aggressive surgery.