Which of Cheryl Burke's three former partners will hit the parquet with her again on Dancing with the Stars All-Stars?
That would be ...
Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke
Who's hitting the parquet again on Dancing with the Stars All-Stars? Six former champs, three runner-ups and your choice!
ABC at TCAs: All the latest news
ABC revealed 12 of the 13 returning celebrities Friday, which includes Season 2 winner Drew Lachey and Season 4 champ Apolo Anton Ohno and Bristol Palin. Fans will select the final ...
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 ...
When it comes to comedy, the networks have some tough decisions to make in the next few months. Do they stick with low-rated but critically adored shows with rabid fan bases, like NBC's Community? Or do they attempt to emulate the success of sitcoms with broad appeal but little acclaim, like the CBS hit 2 Broke Girls?
A handful of shows — including Modern Family and The Big Bang Theory — manage to pull off the rare feat of landing big accolades and big ...
John Goodman and Roseanne Barr
This fall, the networks want to party like it's 1992. It was 20 years ago that stars like Roseanne Barr, John Goodman, Kirstie Alley and John Stamos ruled the sitcom world. Now they're all back, and signed on to star in new comedy pilots this spring.
The trend started this season with Tim Allen's successful return to TV as the...
Remember last fall's The Playboy Club and Charlie's Angels? Both shows quickly fizzled — but their failure didn't sour the networks on period dramas or remakes. Both trends are hot again as pilot season gets underway this winter.
Kelly Preston and John Travolta
Kelly Preston feels "amazing" after losing 39 pounds, she tells People.
"I lost 39 pounds, have more energy than I had 20 years ago — and I feel amazing," Preston says. "I'm going to be turning 50 next year ...
Derek Hough and Ricki Lake may have topped the Dancing with the Stars leader board last week, but Hough by no means thinks they're the ones to beat. "It felt great, but if you look, the scores were really close, so it's going to be a very competitive season," Hough tells TVGuide.com. "I know people are going to do really well next week and whatnot, and as long we can keep improving as far as her skill set, then I think we'll be in good shape." Not in good shape? His apparent inability to add their scores. Find out what the three-time champ has to say about this math skills, why Lake was never hung up on being Kirstie Alley, and why he chose to film a movie last season instead of going for a threepeat.
Kirstie Alley has lost 100 pounds, she tells Entertainment Tonight.
"I feel like I'm back in my element," she said. "I honestly didn't even realize what I looked like."
The Dancing with the Stars runner-up has long talked about her body struggles. In 2004, she became the spokeswoman for Jenny Craig and in 2006, she showed off her slimmed down figure in a bikini on Oprah. She regained weight before mambo-ing off the pounds last spring.