The Top 16 dancers must move on after losing four of their own in last week's traumatic elimination show.
To help them overcome their loss is guest judge Kristin Chenoweth, of Broadway and Glee fame. We have faith in her. She always makes things better. Oh, and apparently her first country album is dropping on Sept. 13. Wait, Lil C is also here! It's chaos! Four judges! The show is also switching it up with two group numbers as well. Let's get down to it:
After last week's reprieve, the Top 20 once again get to compete, which is good. But four of them will get cut tomorrow, which is bad. They've had one more week to get closer to each other, so when a fifth of the group is cut, that's going to be pretty traumatic. But hey, that's tomorrow. Tonight, we dance!
Debbie Reynolds is our guest judge this week and wearing much lavender. Anyone else a fan of Singin' in the Rain and Tammy and the Bachelor? But I digress. Before she became the mother of Princess Leia, Reynolds was a bona fide movie star who was the consummate triple threat — acting, singing and yes, dancing. The lady knows hoofing, so it's appropriate she's judging. I'm digging the guest judges this season so far. I think it shines a light on people we didn't know danced or reminds us of who we may have forgotten. Plus, it's Debbie Reynolds!
Lindsay Lohan is a workaholic and won't let a little thing like house arrest get in the way of stacking that cheddar!
In this video, we see LiLo at her Venice, Calif., digs hawking the joys of Beezid.com, E! Online reports. The auction site specializes in electronics, gift cards, jewelry and more.
The preliminary autopsy results are in for Jackass star Ryan Dunn and his passenger, production assistant Zachary Hartwell. The Chester County Coroner's Office says that each man died as a result of either blunt force trauma or a fire that consumed Dunn's Porsche during the car crash in West Goshen Township, Pa., on Monday morning, TMZ reports.
Griffin Dunne, who will appear on the upcoming season of Damages, has joined Showtime's upcoming House of Lies, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Based on Martin Kihn's tell-all House of Lies: How Management Consultants Steal Your Watch and Tell You the Time, the dark comedy stars Don Cheadle as Marty, a cutthroat consultant who uses any means necessary to procure information for his clients. Dunne will play a renowned consultant who teams up with Marty's firm.
Terry O’Quinn and Daniel Dae Kim
Terry O'Quinn thought he left the island, but he just can't stay away.
The Lost alum has landed a recurring role on the second season of Hawaii Five-0, TVLine reports, reuniting him with series regular Daniel Dae Kim, a fellow castaway.
Scott Foley will be swinging by Bon Temps for the fourth season of True Blood, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The actor will appear in one episode of Season 4 and would return if True Blood is renewed for a fifth season, which doesn't seem like something to worry about. The news was first reported by TVLine.
TV Guide Network's new original reality series Nail Files isn't about just any Hollywood nail salon — it's about The Painted Nail, where celebrities flock and free booze flows.
On Tuesday's premiere (at 10/9c), owner Katie Cazorla learns of a last-minute opportunity to promote The Painted Nail at the Sundance Film Festival. Earlier this month, we dropped by the salon for a manicure and to learn about the salon's latest offering: exotic dancing. "We now have Burlesque Academy, where you can learn burlesque," Cazorla tells TVGuide.com. "It's cardio with a boa. It's more about being sexy, but it's an hour-and-a-half class and you get free champagne with it."