We're entering the home stretch of Dancing with the Stars, with only two weeks left in Season 17. And the competition gets underway immediately tonight, with the six remaining couples each doing a mini-routine at the start of the show, the "winner" of which will be determined through viewer tweets. (Brooke later reveals that Amber and Derek's move was the fan favorite.) With each contestant performing two individual dances this week, Tom and Brooke waste no time in getting to the dancing — and neither will we.
A day after Miley Cyrus smoked a joint on stage at the European Music Awards, Lady Gagais opening up about what she believes is a dangerously addictive quality of marijuana.
"You actually can become addicted to it," the 27-year-old singer told Elvis Duran on New York's Z100 Monday. "I have been addicted to it."
Good Morning America anchor Amy Robach underwent a routine mammogram live on the air last month as part of a segment on women's health. And the procedure may end up saving her life.
On Monday, Robach revealed that when she went to get the results of the screening, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and now plans to have a double mastectomy.
Simon Baker, Malcolm McDowell
[Warning: The following article contains spoilers about Sunday's episode of The Mentalist. Read at your own risk!]
So much for a tattoo being the surefire way to determine who Red John is.
On Sunday's episode of The Mentalist, Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) gathers the five remaining Red John suspects — Bret Stiles (Malcolm McDowell), Ray Haffner (Reed Diamond), Thomas McAllister (Jack Plotnick), Reede Smith (Drew Powell) and Gale Bertram (Michael Gaston) — at his house to determine once and for all which one is his nemesis. As he's rounding the quintet up, we learn a couple of important things: first, that the FBI has reopened their investigation into Bret Stiles, but Stiles isn't worried about being found because he's dying getting ready to "elevate himself to another plane," in the parlance of Visualize.
When in Rome?
At the European Music Awards Sunday, Miley Cyrus took full advantage of marijuana being legal in Amsterdam and smoked a joint on stage as she accepted the award for best video, Us Weekly reports.
Extreme Makeover: Church Edition?
The new National Geographic reality series Church Rescue follows a group of ministers/business consultants as they go around the country and offer advice to struggling religious institutions. The trio — Kevin "Rev Kev" Annas, Anthony "Gladamere" Lockhart, and Jerry "Doc" Bentley — are known as the Church Hoppers, and offer their services to leaders across all religious faiths and denominations.
Thor: The Dark World hammered the box office this weekend, hauling in $86.1 million — about $20 million better than the first Thor did in its debut weekend, and more than the other movies in this week's Top 10 combined. The sequel had a fairly disappointing 3-D showing though, with only 39 percent of receipts coming from the 3-D version, Box Office Mojo reports.