The Amazing Race, Gary and Matt
Father and son Gary and Matt Tomljenovich might have made the final four of The Amazing Race if not for a Speed Bump and getting tripped up by vocabulary. (Note to Matt: a "candelabra" is not an Estonian man downing beer). The partners, ages 47 and 22, say they were actually better than they looked on TV. "They made it seem like we took a while at the Roadblock, but we didn't," Gary tells TVGuide.com. "Once he figured out what a candelabra was, we got out of there pretty quick. We actually made up time when we got to the mat." By how much did they miss a semifinal spot? Find out below — and see what team they worked alongside.
Dancing with the Stars' semifinal action sees the final four hit the floor with three individual dances: two new ones and a previously prepared knockout dance. How did they do? Find out below!
Kelly Osbourne and Louis van Amstel
A day after securing a spot in the Dancing with the Stars semifinals, Kelly Osbourne's joy turned into "devastation" when she got word that her mom Sharon's Pomeranian, Mr. Bo, died. The tiny pup was one of the two frolicking about in her and partner Louis van Amstel's rehearsal package last week. "I was so depressed," Osbourne tells TVGuide.com. "But after that, we did something that has never been done before on Dancing with the Stars." How did they make Dancing history? Find out — and see who their original partners were....
New Moon would have been a lot different — and a lot less evil — if it weren't for Stephenie Meyer's mom.
The Twilight mastermind told Oprah Winfrey Friday that she originally had a more mellow ending to the second book in the vampire saga that "was pretty much all in Bella's head." But when Meyer showed her mom, Candy, the manuscript, she thought something was missing.
Vampires dominate People's Choice nominations
"She said, 'Stephenie, maybe a little ...
CNN anchor John King will headline a new weeknight political program starting early next year, taking over the spot left vacant by the departing Lou Dobbs, the network announced Thursday.
Lou Dobbs leaving CNN
"The program will reflect what CNN is all about: straight facts from our anchors and the widest range of opinions from across the political spectrum," CNN president Jonathan Klein said in a statement.
King, 46, who said he was "thrilled" by the opportunity, currently hosts CNN's Sunday ...