Orange Is the New Black's Uzo Aduba has broken her silence following Julianne Hough's decision to wear blackface to a Halloween party.
Longtime Dancing with the Stars pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy is returning to the reality competition on Monday — but not to...
Julianne Hough has already apologized for wearing blackface to a Halloween party Friday, but the firestorm is far from over.
Hough, 25, wore blackface as part of her Crazy Eyes costume — a tribute to the beloved Orange Is the New Black character played by Uzo Aduba.
Martha Plimpton rants about Julianne Hough's blackface Halloween costume on Twitter
Although Aduba has kept silent on the controversy thus far, her co-star...
Derek Hough, Julianne Hough
Derek Hough has spoken out about his sister Julianne's blackface Halloween costume.
"She's so apologetic," he told E! News. "She's so, so sorry and I just hope that we can all forgive her...
Martha Plimpton; Julianne Hough
Julianne Hough may have apologized for her ill-advised blackface Halloween costume, but for Martha Plimpton, it's too little too late.
The Raising Hope actress went on an epic Twitter rant Saturday after news broke that Hough had dressed up as the Orange Is the New Black character Crazy Eyes (Uzo Aduba) for Halloween.
Orange Is the New Black may be one of the most popular new shows this year, but we have a feeling not everyone will be a fan of Julianne Hough's Halloween costume inspired by the show.
Cheryl Burke, Jack Osbourne
According to veteran pro Cheryl Burke, the competition on this season of Dancing with the Stars is the stiffest she's ever seen.
"It's so competitive. There's amazing dancers, a lot of them with some dance background and a few of them with no dance background," Burke tells TVGuide.com. "This season is tough. I would say out of all the seasons, this has been definitely the most competitive. From here on out, you have no idea who's going to actually go home."
Check out our interview with Burke to see why viewers may be surprised by the routine she and partner Jack Osbourne have in store this week, and where Osbourne ranks among the other celebrities she's danced with over the years.
Kanye West and Jimmy Kimmel
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high multilingual note when Christina Aguilera grabs Michael Lynch after his performance of Enrique Iglesias' Spanglish hit "Bailamos." However, Aguilera is shocked to learn that...
Until CBS stops going for Broke, it may be hard for Mom, one of the season's more promising and pungent new comedies, to get the break it, and the title character, deserves. What's happening to CBS on Monday with its once-dominant comedy lineup is a slow-fade version of the freefall NBC experienced with its Thursday lineup in the wake of Friends. Holding on to shows too long (How I Met Your Mother, which could have wrapped this whole thing way earlier), promoting shows too soon with too little to offer (the shrill and increasingly charmless 2 Broke Girls), making odd decisions like keeping the award-winning Mike & Molly on the shelf in favor of an insta-dud like the abysmal We Are Men, this is one of those rare nights when CBS's programming acumen has mostly crapped out. (Monday's loss is, of course, Thursday's gain, with former Monday anchors The Big Bang Theory and, to a lesser degree these days, the played-out Two and a Half Men helping get early sampling for newbies The Millers and The Crazy Ones.)
For 16 seasons, Tom Bergeron has been the maestro of the circus that is Dancing with the Stars. And even he says that the changes the show has made for its 17th season — including returning to a single-night format and changing the layout of the ballroom — have taken some getting used to.
"It's a little weird," Bergeron tells TVGuide.com of the show's new structure.