There's more trouble in paradise as Jay's band, Tamarama, is heading out on tour for two months. Of course Jay hasn't shared the news with his girl, Whitney. But he does tell his former roommate, Adam, who reminds him that there will be "girls throwing their panties on stage" for him. After hearing their music, I tend to not agree. But anyway, Adam actually gives insightful advice by telling Jay he needs to either leave as a single man or as someone who's going to stick by Whitney's side. Whatever he decides, Adam says, he needs to tell her soon.
Just two weeks ago, the teams were divided into Black and Blue, but it's already time for another twist-eroo. But first, we need to see the results of Mike's weigh-in. He has to lose more than nine pounds, or else one member from each team goes home. Can he do it?
Scott Hamilton has no regrets about participating in NBC's Celebrity Apprentice (Sundays, 9pm/ET). Although his elimination came early, in week two, Hamilton called it a life experience he's "absolutely grateful for." TVGuide.com checked in with the Olympic gold medalist to find out how it was to work with some interesting personalities, who should've been fired, and why he decided to take on Trump's tasks on television.
TVGuide.com: What happened?
Scott Hamilton: My strategy was never to be project manager, especially on a marketing task, so early in the game. When your name comes up from your team and they're looking at you, if you say no, there's blood in the water. They're going to smell it and jump all over you. I felt somewhat trapped, so I did it and I thought I'd make the most of it, and I tried to pull these guys together as a team. I did the best that I could, I made the error that cost our team the win, but when I look back on everything, we were really close.
Whitney and Olivia haven't been seeing eye-to-eye in their personal lives, and it soon trickled into DVF as well. They're asked to help style a shoot for Elle magazine. The shoot is "crucial" for the spring issue, so Olivia and Whitney start to pull looks. Right away, they disagree when Olivia pulls one thing that Whitney thinks is too much of one color. Then Whitney takes a shot and Olivia calls it "match-y, match-y." They finally have their looks assembled, but Olivia wants to put one back so that they have the exact amount of garments requested. Whitney isn't so sure they should limit the choices, so Olivia gives in and keeps the jacket. Will they impress their bosses?
With 11 players eliminated, 11 remain. Last week, Dane went home and while Mike and Ron are happy, Tara is devastated. He was the one person she leaned on (what about her partner?) and tells the Blue team it was a stupid choice to get rid of him.
Vienna Girardi and Jake Pavelka
As the next installment of ABC's hit dating show stars premieres with a returning Bachelor looking for a second shot at love, we've got to wonder: Why would anyone want to go back to a show that has such a poor track record when it comes to couples who stay together? Is it possible that TV isn't the best place to look for love? We decided to take a look back — at both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette — to see where all the contestants are now.
High School Musical 3
Troy and Gabriella may have graduated, but High School Musical will be back for a fourth installment of the hit teen franchise.
Disney announced today in a press release that they are bringing the movie back to the Disney Channel, with a new cast of characters and...
Gregory "Dane" Patterson
When Dane Patterson left The Biggest Loser: Couples, he had no idea what drama was to come. After being eliminated in week 8, the same week he broke a Biggest Loser record, Patterson went on to complete a marathon back at home. But after the episode aired with his "where are they now?" piece depicting him crossing the finish line with a time of 3:53, it was revealed that it was actually 5:53, and that he had been driven three of those miles to finish in under six hours. TVGuide.com caught up with the 27-year-old real estate appraiser on how he feels about cheating those 3 miles, why he's proud that Bob wanted to vote him out and what his progress has been at home.
Mark Wahlberg, Will Farrell
Will Ferrell and Mark Walhberg will hit the big screen as cops in "The B Team," Variety reports. Sony Pictures Entertainment acquired the film based on a pitch— a tactic that worked previously with...
Talk about a playmate: The Girls Next Door star Kendra Wilkinson is not only ready to walk down the aisle, but also start a family with her fiancé, NFL player Hank Basset.
"We always talk about [having kids]," Wilkinson tells People. "He wants kids so [badly], and I do, too."