Viewers got to see a different side of Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi on this season of Dancing with the Stars. The Jersey Shore alum demonstrated a work ethic and a sharp sense of humor that came as a shock to many viewers and competitors (including Bill Engvall) who were only familiar with her hard-partying MTV persona.
Though her run on Dancing came to an end when she and partner Sasha Farber were unexpectedly sent home on last week's show, Polizzi says she has no regrets. TVGuide.com caught up with the reality star to get her thoughts on her shocking elimination, the judges' feedback, and her new nickname, courtesy of Tom Bergeron.
Ender's Game dominated the box office in its debut this weekend, surpassing Bad Grandpa to claim the No. 1 spot with $28 million, Box Office Mojo reports. Bad Grandpa dropped a spot to second place with $20.5 million.
Lea Michele had no shortage of supporters after Cory Monteith, her Glee co-star and real-life boyfriend, died earlier this year. Among them was actress Kate Hudson.
It's never too late for a coming-of-age ceremony — at least not for Paula Abdul.
The singer and former American Idol judge is spending some time in Israel to connect with her Jewish roots, and is planning a "belated bat mitzvah," The Associated Press reports.
'N Sync's Chris Kirkpatrick is officially off the market.
Kirkpatrick, 42, married his longtime girlfriend Karly Skladany on Saturday, People reports.
Megan Hilty and her boyfriend Brian Gallagher had a somewhat impromptu Vegas wedding Saturday, forgoing a traditional proposal beforehand, People reports.
Who knew that Cher could still get stage fright?
The iconic singer said she's "worried" about her guest appearance on Dancing with the Stars Monday, and she's been getting pointers from her son, DWTS alum Chaz Bono, ABC News reports.
Emile Hirsch is taking on a new role: Dad.
The actor welcomed a baby boy named Valor last weekend, E! Online reports. Valor was born on Oct. 27 at a hospital in Florida. His mother is an "unnamed former flame" of Hirsch's whom he met at an Oscar after-party earlier this year and had a brief fling with, according to E!.
With Scandal star Kerry Washington hosting this week, Saturday Night Live took the opportunity to have a little fun at its own expense.
The episode built its entire first sketch around the concept that Washington would be tasked with playing Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey and Beyonce all in the same skit — a winking reference to Kenan Thompson's recent comments about the lack of women of color on SNL.
Has Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) regained the upper hand in his cat-and-mouse game with Red John on The Mentalist?
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