Season 8 may be halfway done, but a whole new contest is just beginning. Dancing with the Stars introduces a new pro dancer competition in preparation for next season just as another dancer's run comes to a close. Who got axed? Who are the potential new pros? Find out below.
Hey now, Lil Kim gets three encores in a row — sort of. The groovy group dance gets the encore spot... and LT looks even less enthused the second time around. C'mon, dude, this is your penultimate dance. Mean, yes. But who's not with me on this? I'm still picking up my jaw off the floor from Monday after finding out Shawn learned this thing by herself. I barely mastered the Macarena steps myself (this is back in 1996, FYI). In the recap, LT shares that he's happy with the 21... and of course you'd never know it. Ty's little engine that could is going back uphill. Julianne tells her brother she's allowed to shake her butt more. And sounds like she's 5 while doing it.
If you thought we couldn't beat last week's body-language expose, well, you were wrong. Here comes...
Hold on to those dollar bills, gentlemen (and ladies): Lindsay Lohan is not ready to give you a Peepshow yet.
"She isn't interested at this time but it seems people are out there are saying she is doing this," Lohan's rep told Radar Online.
The 22-year-old was reportedly in talks to join the Las Vegas striptease revue after Kelly Monaco's contract expires later this year. Lohan added fuel to the fire when she was photographed schmoozing with Mel B., who plays Peep Diva in the show, at an after-party over the weekend. The former Spice Girl told ...
Michael Munoz and Mark Munoz
It seemed inevitable that stuntmen/brothers Mark and Michael Munoz would get the boot on this week's Amazing Race, seeing as they started the leg with a three-hour-plus penalty that appeared impossible to overcome. But unlike their past few bumbling outings, Mike tells TVGuide.com they ran a "seamless" leg that nearly ensured them a final four spot. How close were they? Find out below, as well as get an explanation of their penalties and learn which Racers suffer from a "lack of personality."
Week 7 of Dancing with the Stars brings us unlearned numbers and a groovy 1960s group dance. Who made a comeback and who finally had a breakthrough? Find out below.
Kristen Dalton, Miss North Carolina
Miss North Carolina Kristen Dalton has been crowned Miss USA 2009.
Dalton, 22, an aspiring motivational speaker who calls Wilmington home, edged past 50 beauty queens for the coveted honor Sunday, including first runner-up Miss ...
Portia de Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres
The L Word, Desperate Housewives, Kathy Griffin and Ellen DeGeneres were among the recipients of this year's GLAAD Media Awards for highlighting gay issues and equality.
DeGeneres' eponymous show won in the best talk show episode category for "Ellen and Portia's Wedding Day," which chronicled her August nuptials to the Better Off Ted star.
"In my opinion, we are ...
Rose O'Donnell, Susan Boyle
Underneath Susan Boyle's frumpy frock and frizzy curls, Rosie O'Donnell sees a giant green ogre — "Shrek comes to life," in the words of the actress and former talk-show host.
Don't start with the pot-calling-the-kettle-black comments yet. The outspoken comedienne ...
Zac Efron is a marquee name: The tween heartthrob took down Oscar winners Russell Crowe, Ben Affleck and Helen Mirren at the box office as 17 Again ruled with $24.1 million.
The body-swapping comedy exceeded expectations and easily took the top spot from Hannah Montana: The Movie, starring Efron's fellow tween idol, Miley Cyrus. Hannah Montana fell to ...
The Dancing with the Stars ballroom was unable to transform a Jackass into a gentleman, but Steve-O's OK with that. "I wasn't going to win the whole deal, so I think I got out of it at the right time," the latest casualty tells TVGuide.com. But don't think he's not appreciative of the experience. Find out what else Steve-O — who can next be seen on the small-screen in his MTV special Steve-O: Demise and Rise, which chronicles his recovery from drug addiction — has to say about his time on the hardwood, that lowly score of 4 he got and why he's looking for redemption.
Mumbai police are investigating a report that the father of a Slumdog Millionaire child star tried to sell her, but he says he was the victim of a "dirty" undercover scheme by a British tabloid whose reporters attempted to trick him.
The News of the World claimed Rafiq Qureshi, who lives in the slums with his daughter, offered to sell 9-year-old Rubina Ali for roughly $300,000.
"They played dirty with us, but ...