Dancing for the Mirrorball trophy proved rewarding for more than just the winners of Dancing with the Stars.
Kristie Alley, Joey Fatone and Chaz Bono all lost weight when they put on their dancing shoes for the ABC reality competition show. Alley is perhaps Dancing's biggest loser, as the diet and exercise routine she used on the show ultimately led to her losing 100 pounds...
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 ...
Paris Jackson is following her dad into the entertainment business.
Michael Jackson's daughter has landed a role in...
Larry King and his son
Nickelodeon, hello! Larry King may have signed off from CNN, but he's definitely found ways to keep busy.
King will next appear on Family BrainSurge (formerly BrainSurge), Nickelodeon's mind-bending game show that has been rebranded to include the whole family.
The former host of Larry King Live is one of the many celebrities who will compete for the ultimate honor...
Joey Fatone and wife Kelly
Former 'N Sync singer and Dancing with the Stars contestant Joey Fatone and wife Kelly welcomed their second daughter, People reports.
Their baby girl, named ...
Celebrity Circus by Chris Haston/NBC
Jeers to Celebrity Circus for being far from the greatest show on Earth. I was impressed by some of the feats performed by Antonio Sabato, Jr., Stacey Dash and Christopher Knight. But turning it into a standard-issue competition with a grinning host (the omnipresent Joey Fatone), viewer voting and a weekly elimination brings NBC's new reality show crashing to Earth. Worst of all is the obligatory trio of judges: trapeze artist Aurelia Cats (whose most coherent comment was meowing at Sabato, Jr.), Olympic gymnast Mitch Gaylord (hey, anyone remember American Anthem?) and flamboyant choreographer Louie Spence (a Bruno Tonioli wannabe). CBS' Circus of the Stars didn't need this kind of gimmickryor a weekly time slot. Share your own raves and rants about other shows on the Reader Cheers & Jeers discussion board. We may feature your Cheer or Jeer on TVGuide.com or in TV Guide magazine!
Joey Fatone by Theo Wargo/ WireImage.com
Sir, please move away from the copier. It's time to sing!The Singing Office, premiering later this year on TLC, will showcase the nation's best singers plucked right out of everyday offices. Hosts Melanie Brown and Joey Fatone will each barge into an office and select the five best singers. Each quintet will be trained by pros to do a song-and-dance number and perform in front of a studio audience."It's not like American Idol or Dancing with the Stars," Brown said. "It's not a serious competition. It gives people a break from their everyday lives to have some fun with their coworkers." J.R. Whalen
Joey Fatone vamps it up for The Singing Bee
With its colorful themes, shouting contestants and big prizes, you'd think NBC's Singing Bee had it all. But on Tuesday, Oct. 30 (8 pm/ET), host Joey Fatone and the rest of the Bee crew — plus audience — will be dressed up for Halloween, and we don't doubt it'll be a spooky and exciting night of singing. TVGuide.com caught up with Fatone about his latest tricks and favorite treats, plus who he's rooting for on Dancing with the Stars!
TVGuide.com: So what did you do at M&M World in New York recently?Joey Fatone: I tap-danced, did backflips, it was amazing. [Laughs] Actually, I was there because M&Ms is doing a huge campaign to kick off the Halloween season — and I love Halloween because I love to go trick-or-treating
Masi Oka and David Anders in Heroes by Paul Drinkwater/NBC Photo
Already playing catch-up on only the second day of the official TV season. Geez, how will we ever survive Wednesdays and Thursdays? (Pause here for a silent prayer to the powers that protect my DVRs.)Anyway, the biggest news on Monday was how Heroes would bounce back from a first-season finale that disappointed many (I was not among them, but then, my expectations for this uneven show havent always been all that high). I was mostly enthralled, once I got over yet another tedious Mohinder speech to kick off the season with more blah-blah about destiny and the plague that threatens to eradicate these evolutionary wonder-heroes as the fate of humanity itself hangs in the balance. Seriously, they talk that way all the time on Heroes, and dont I wish Mohinder would just put a sock in it.But then the story kicks in, and by the end, Im even in awe of Mohinder, whos in league with Noah Bennet (formerly HRG) to infiltrate The Company and bring them down. O...
Joey Fatone by Theo Wargo/WireImage.com
Now that Joey Fatone has been announced as Lisa Rinna's cohost/cohort for TV Guide Network's awards-show red-carpet coverage starting with this year's Primetime Emmys, the cabler's complete plan for pre- and post-show coverage can be revealed:Sept. 8, at 8 pm/ETEmmy Awards Preview with Joey Fatone, including one-on-one interviews with nomineesSept. 16, 3 pmCountdown to the Emmy Awards, a three-hour special cohosted by Kimberly Caldwell and Rosanna TavarezSept. 16, 6 pmLive at the Emmy Awards, where Lisa and Joey invite you to join them on the red carpet as the stars arriveSept. 17, 8 pmEmmy Awards Fashion Wrap with Lisa Rinna, a highlight reel of the good, the bad and the overuse of body glitter