Chelsie Hightower, Ty Murray
Ty Murray's Cinderella story came to an end on Dancing with the Stars this week after getting booted one week shy of the finale. The bright side? He stayed 10 weeks longer than most expected him to, out-charming, outwitting, but not necessarily out-dancing, his competition. "I think [partner Chelsie Hightower and I] probably brought a bigger fan base than what people expected to start with," he tells TVGuide.com. That fan base unexpectedly propelled them past Lil' Kim — but that didn't surprise them at all. See what else the twosome has to say about their long run, what their finale dance will be and if that rumba solo for Jewel paid dividends.
Lindsay Lohan has found a job.
The actress, who last month blamed the paparazzi for her lack of work, has joined the independent film The Other Side, according to Variety.
She will play a grad student working at a scientific institute on a remote island when she befriends a group of eccentric locals harboring a dark secret. Described as a fantasy-comedy, The Other Side also stars ...
Jennifer Hudson says her tight bond with her late mother has made it especially painful to say goodbye.
"I was always a mama's baby," Hudson tells Essence in its June issue. "I'd go and ...
Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal
Farrah Fawcett is praying for a miracle in her battle with terminal cancer, saying, "I do not want to die of this disease."
"I want to stay alive. So I say to God, because it is, after all, in his hands: It is seriously time for a miracle," Fawcett says in her new documentary, Farrah's Story, parts of which aired on Today Thursday.
The self-made, two-hour documentary will air Friday on NBC. The special will feature footage of Fawcett, her longtime partner Ryan O'Neal, friends and family as the actress sought alternative treatments in Germany.
O'Neal appeared on Thursday's Today in a sit-down with Meredith Vieira and said he's been preparing himself for Fawcett's passing.
"I let ...
Oprah Winfrey, James Frey
Oprah Winfrey has apologized to James Frey for slamming him on her talk show after news broke that the author fabricated parts of his memoir.
"It was a nice surprise to hear from her, and I really appreciated the call and the sentiment," Frey told Vanity Fair. "When I heard her say ...
Wanda Sykes will pass on her quick wit to not one, but two babies. The comedian and Alex, who wed Sykes in October, welcomed twins — a boy and a girl — on April 27.
Alex gave birth to daughter Olivia Lou and son ...
Just a week shy of the Season 8 finale, one last couple is eliminated from Dancing with the Stars, while the pro competition pairs remaining contestants with current pros. Which celebrity fell short, and which pro heated up the floor? Find out below.
The Amazing Race, Luke and Margie
Two puzzling surfboard photos prevented Luke Adams from being Amazing Race's first deaf winner. But even if the die-hard Race fan and his mom, Margie, had won, they'd probably still be remembered more for their infamous fight with Kisha and Jen. Is it all water under the bridge now? Find out what the third-place finishers had to say below, as well as why Luke couldn't stay cool under pressure at the Roadblock.
Check out our interviews with winners Tammy and Victor here, and runners-up Jaime and Cara here.
The Amazing Race, Jaime and Cara
It was a taxi that was the deciding factor in Jaime Edmondson and Cara Rosenthal's advancement to the Amazing Race 14 finale, and it was also a taxi that was responsible for them coming up just short of the win. "So much of the game is luck and, without fail, we always had bad luck with the taxis, so it really didn't surprise us the final leg for a million dollars that we'd get the taxi driver that we did," Jaime tells TVGuide.com. The former NFL cheerleaders also weren't surprised with Jaime's "mean-girl" label. See what they have to say about their portrayal, as well as what it will take for an all-female team to finally win the Race.
Check out our interviews with winners Tammy and Victor here, and third-place finishers Luke and Margie here.
One person's trash is another person's... ticket to Hollywood.
That's the case for St. Louis beauty salon owner Casey Ray, who found a script for the Twilight sequel New Moon in a trash bin. Good Samaritan that she is, Ray returned the tossed pages, along with the script for another movie ...