Brooklyn Decker has made the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.
The 22-year-old model and wife of tennis star Andy Roddick was revealed as the 2010 cover girl on Monday's Late Show with David Letterman when a sheet was removed to unveil a billboard version of the cover in Times Square.
Posing in yellow bikini bottoms with her arms ...
Alicia Keys, Leona Lewis
Next Tuesday, Dancing with the Stars will announce the three finalists for Season 9 in a star-studded results show that will include performances by Alicia Keys, Leona Lewis and Barry and Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees.
Keys will debut her new single...
Dancing with the Stars
What's a dancing star without a pro partner? ABC has officially unveiled the 16 pairings for Season 9 of Dancing with the Stars. What do you think of these matchups?
Melissa Rycroft, Gilles Marini, Shawn Johnson
Sixty-eight percent of TVGuide.com voters believe that Shawn Johnson will take the Season 8 Dancing with the Stars crown. But to hear the Dancing cast tell it, it's really anybody's game at this point.
"I think this season it's more of a toss-up than any other one," pro Chelsie Hightower, who was eliminated in fourth place with partner Ty Murray, tells TVGuide.com. "I honestly don't know who will win. Shawn and Melissa [Rycroft] have really big fan bases and for whatever they lack, I'm sure Gilles [Marini] gets a lot of women's votes."
The final three will face off on Monday with three dances — literally, in one case. In a Dancing first, the pairs will dance back-to-back-to-back in a Paso Doble Punch-Out featuring the same song. "It will really show everybody's uniqueness and their strengths because it'll use the same music," Johnson tells TVGuide.com.
So what are their strengths? Let's size them up.
Chelsie Hightower, Ty Murray
Ty Murray's Cinderella story came to an end on Dancing with the Stars this week after getting booted one week shy of the finale. The bright side? He stayed 10 weeks longer than most expected him to, out-charming, outwitting, but not necessarily out-dancing, his competition. "I think [partner Chelsie Hightower and I] probably brought a bigger fan base than what people expected to start with," he tells TVGuide.com. That fan base unexpectedly propelled them past Lil' Kim — but that didn't surprise them at all. See what else the twosome has to say about their long run, what their finale dance will be and if that rumba solo for Jewel paid dividends.
Chelsie Hightower and Ty Murray
After scoring a 14 on the first week of Dancing with the Stars, rodeo star (and Jewel's husband) Ty Murray didn't seem like he'll be long for the show. But like any good bull rider, he's holding on for as long as he can. "I think the nature of being a bull rider and being a cowboy is you don't give up that easily," Murray tells TVGuide.com. "It's still really hard for me, but we just keep trying to put in the work." Murray and his partner, Chelsie Hightower, have the Lindy Hop next — a new dance on the show — and took time out to chat about their progress and why Hightower may join Murray and Jewel on the farm one day.
Dancing with the Stars hosts Tom Bergeron and Samantha Harris
Who will be schooling who on the ways of the parquet? ABC's Dancing with the Stars (premiering Season 8 on Monday, March 9) has revealed the pro pairings for its new roster of celeb hoofers. Get the complete 411 after the jump.
They didnt make the final four, but Mark Kanemura and Chelsie Hightower have nothing but fond memories of their So You Think You Can Dance experience. "I got further than I ever would have expected," says Mark. Chelsie says that had someone told her years ago she would be where she is today, "I would have fainted, or dropped dead!"Mark and Chelsie also talk about the strange biz of signing autographs (at the 1:00 mark), processing Nigel's criticism (1:20) and what theyll miss moist about Dance-ing (1:30).
Chelsie Hightower and Mark Kanemura by Joe Viles/Fox
Thursday night's So You Think You Can Dance results show brought highs, lows and even some crazy costumery (I'm talking to you, Lady GaGa) plus the end of the road for Chelsie Hightower and Mark Kanemura. Despite sizzling dance moves for almost the entire competition, the pair was voted off the show. Friday, the two spoke to press about how they're faring, what advice they'd give to future dancers, and what's next (after the tour, that is). Here's what they had to say on:How They're Faring After Being Cast Off:Mark: I know it sounds like, 'Oh, he's covering up his emotions or whatever,' but I'm feeling really, really, really happy actually. I feel everything lined up for me to leave on an awesome, awesome note. In my own aspect, I feel like I've won. Chelsie: I'm feeling great right now. I'm very grateful and so blessed to be a part of this show and make it this far. The biggest thing is, I feel like I put everything into each of my performances, and at that point it's out of...