Shabazz Napier of the Connecticut Huskies
The University of Connecticut Huskies defeated the Kentucky Wildcats 60-54 Monday night to win the NCAA championship. It's the fourth title for UConn, and the only time a No. 7 seed has won the title.
Mark Ballas, Candace Cameron
It's here! The much-hyped "switch-up" on Season 18 of Dancing with the Stars finally took place Monday night, with everybody switching partners for a week and forming new pairs based on viewer votes. Plus, Julianne "Cleavage" Hough returned to the ballroom (in an eye-popping dress) as a guest judge. How did it turn out? Eh ... a mixed bag.
Legendary actor Mickey Rooney died Sunday of natural causes, TMZ reports. He was 93 and had been in ill health for some time, according to TMZ.
Erin Andrews is four weeks into her new gig as co-host of Dancing with the Stars, and while her presence in the ballroom has been a breath of fresh air for viewers in Season 18, the transition period has not exactly been bump-free.
Last week, some tabloid reports surfaced, quoting anonymous sources who accused Andrews of "diva" behavior on the set, and speculated that ABC might already be looking to replace her. (Executive producer Conrad Green has vehemently denied that there's any animosity behind the scenes.)
"I've got to be honest. ... It kind of got me worried and scared," Andrews told TVGuide.com last week, noting that she immediately called producers to do damage control. "I just went back and forth with the producers like, 'Are we good here? Please tell me what I need to work on. Please tell me what I need to do. 'And they're like, 'We couldn't be happier.'"
Jay Leno, David Letterman
David Letterman hasn't revealed what he plans to do after he retires from The Late Show in 2015, but his former rival Jay Leno has a suggestion: head to the Great White Way.
When Extra asked Leno about Letterman's recent retirement announcement, Leno joked: "You know, he and I are going to do The Sunshine Boys on Broadway, so we're very excited about that."
Tribal Council on Wednesday's Survivor: Cagayan will likely go down as one of the craziest in the show's history (two immunity idols and a blindside!) But was Kass McQuillen's jaw-dropping decision to flip on her six-person alliance during Wednesday's Survivor a brilliant move that will bring her to the end of the game, or one that will end up coming back to haunt her?
According to Sarah Lacina, who found herself the casualty of Kass' bold decision, it's the latter. "We all had discussed that you ruin all your chances at winning the game if you flip," Sarah tells TVGuide.com. "My honest opinion on why she flipped is [that] she just wanted to create controversy. That was almost number one in her book, and then winning the game was number two."
Check out our full interview with Sarah to find out just how shocked she was about getting voted out, as well as her thoughts on the Blue Bloods alliance she formed with Tony. Plus: Why was Woo allowed to wear shoes during the challenge?