Sean Lowe is going from the Bachelor mansion to the dance floor as the newest cast member on Dancing with the Stars.
On Tuesday's Good Morning America, Sean was officially named a contestant on ...
Gilles Marini and Peta Murgatroyd
Peta Murgatroyd and Gilles Marini could barely contain their excitement last week when they found out their Team Freestyle song on Dancing with the Stars is PSY's "Gangnam Style" — so much so that they had to double-check. "I couldn't believe it," Murgatroyd tells TVGuide.com. "It was too perfect, so I had to make sure. We were thrilled, as you saw." The defending champ is also thrilled with their team, which includes boyfriend Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Kirstie Alley, Kelly Monaco and Val Chmerkvoskiy, and Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke, Marini's former partner. So what can we expect from their team dance and their individual rumba? Keep reading!
Our top moments of the week:
12. Always the Bridesmaid Award: Contrary to its theme song, Celebrity Apprentice is not all about "money, money, money." Although Clay Aiken outdraws Arsenio Hall, $301,500 to $167,100, in the final fundraising challenge and arguably has the more entertaining variety show, Donald Trump somewhat surprisingly hires Hall, preferring his PSA ad instead. "You're both amazing people," Trump says. "There is no loser tonight." Except for, of course, Aiken, who notches another...
Dancing with the Stars
Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd's Dancing with the Stars win is so yesterday, right?
So let's look ahead to next season, which, in case you've been living under a rock, is going to be an all-stars season. Tom Bergeron has already said that it will ...
Peta Murgatroyd, Donald Driver
William Levy's 6-year-old son, Christopher, was inconsolable. The minute Dancing With the Stars ended, Levy made his way through the throng of dancers, stars and judges congratulating the new champ, football star Donald Driver, to get to his son. Levy picked him up, rubbing his back and talking to him quietly, trying to explain that daddy was not a loser, but rather, "that we were all winners," says Levy.
Peta Murgatroyd and Donald Driver
There is only one thing that everyone wants when they're watching a Dancing With the Stars freestyle: Great big goosebumps. And on Monday night, the only star who goosed everybody in the ballroom was the Green Bay Packers' Donald Driver.
Donald Driver, Katherine Jenkins, William Levy
Season 14 of Dancing with the Stars has been touted as the most competitive ever, but 41 percent of TVGuide.com readers think Katherine Jenkins will have her name engraved on the Mirrorball trophy on Tuesday. Of course, Donald Driver, who got 34 percent, and William Levy, who received 25 percent, are still...
Katherine Jenkins and Mark Ballas
It's the best four semi-finalists we've ever seen. Graceful, powerful, athletic — and, except for one, broken. The level of competition this season on Dancing With The Stars is so high that the winner may be whoever still has two good working legs next week.
Katherine Jenkins, Mark Ballas
We have never seen this much skin. This season, Dancing With the Stars is as much a battle of the delts and pecs as it is a rumble for the best heels and toes on the ballroom floor.
Sometimes going topless, or nearly topless, works. Sometimes it doesn't. It didn't help former ...
Will Ferrell as Ron Burgundy
Our top moments of the week:
12. First Time for Everything Award: It's good to know there are still firsts 14 seasons in. Dancing with the Stars' Len Goodman — the stingiest judge of all and recipient of about, oh, 99 percent of the crowd's boos — issues his first mea culpa to Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd for giving them a 7 last week. "I under-marked you," he says. "I watched it back. You did a great job." See? Len does have a...