Dancing With The Stars
Kyle Massey has one goal for Dancing with the Stars this week: "We're going to go out there and not get a 5!" he tells TVGuide.com. Massey and partner Lacey Schwimmer earned the middling score from Len Goodman last week for their ...
Dancing with the Stars
"Were you surprised?" asks host Tom Bergeron moments after the show. "I was really surprised. I thought he'd go at least three or four weeks." The "he" in question is David Hasselhoff, the first star bounced from the new season of Dancing With the Stars.
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A dancing star is nothing without a pro. ABC has unveiled the 12 pairings for Season 11 of Dancing with the Stars.
Two-time winner and defending champ Derek Hough will vie for a record third Mirrorball trophy with Dirty Dancing's Jennifer Grey. Two-time champs Cheryl Burke and Mark Ballas will also be in the running with ...
Dancing with the Stars - Mya, Donny Osmond, Kelly Osbourne
After getting dethroned for a few weeks from our Dancing with the Stars power rankings, Mya has reclaimed the top spot with 43 percent of TVGuide.com users' votes. Perhaps it's a sign of good things to come as she heads into Monday's Season 9 finale to vie for the coveted Mirrorball trophy — but you can't count out her competition, Mr. Personality Donny Osmond and the Dancing Cinderella story of the season, Kelly Osbourne.
Dancing's Maks: I'm very happy for Kelly
The final three will face off one last time on Monday with ...
Kym Johnson and Warren Sapp, Dancing with the Stars
If timing is everything, then Warren Sapp may be peaking on Dancing with the Stars at just the right moment. He came in a strong second on Monday night, and he did so despite the fact that he's been dancing with a huge disadvantage: He loses a full day of training every week. Read on to see how Warren's disadvantage led to his first big fight with Kym...
Mark Ballas and Kristi Yamaguchi by Ryan Born/ WireImage.com
Stepping in to the TV Guide Sexiest Stars Party at Katsuya Thursday night, the place was packed as throngs of people swished through the crowded front room and snaked around past the sushi bar, the photo booth and into the back room, S Bar. Servers moved through the crowd with trays of tall, exotic cocktails, and the bar was lined with glossy guests in hip threads. Weaving through the scene were recognizable celebs squeezing by. Suddenly, there was E! host Michael Yo high-fiving a TV Guide pal (his rumored new main squeeze, Karina Smirnoff, was not in tow). Next, there Kenneth the Page aka Jack McBrayer who seemed just as earnest in real-life as he does in his 30 Rock garb. Upon some intros, he shook hands, and said, "Thanks for having me!" It was tempting to inquire about his video costar, Mariah Carey, and her new husband, but there was sushi waiting (priorities, priorities).Stepping in to the dining area with a pomegranate Mojito in hand, the central sushi-making ar...
Dancing With The Stars by Kelsey McNeal/ABC
With Dancing with the Stars' first elimination night scheduled for this coming Tuesday, gold-medalist Kristi Yamaguchi is looking utterly golden, at least judging by TVGuide.com's first Power Rankings reader poll of the new season. Kristi and pro partner Mark Ballas took an early lead and held onto it to come away with 31.2% of the votes. Placing a distant second were Cristián de la Fuente and Cheryl Burke.Facing an uphill dance going into Monday's performance show are Penn Jillette and Kym Johnson, who came in last with less than two percent of the vote. Can the illusionist work some magic and overcome that rough start?The complete rankings:31.2% Kristi Yamaguchi and Mark Ballas 11.5% Cristián de la Fuente and Cheryl Burke 10.0% Mario and Karina Smirnoff 9.7% Jason Taylor and Edyta Sliwinska 8.5% Steve Guttenberg and Anna Trebunskaya 7.1% Marlee Matlin and Fabian Sanchez6.2% Shannon Elizabeth and Derek Hough5.3% Marissa Jaret Winokur and Tony Dovolani 3.2% Monica Seles an...
Penn Jillette and Shannon Elizabeth by Bob D' Amico/ABC
As Dancing with the Stars' newbies get ready to dazzle on the dance floor the hit reality competition returns Monday, March 17 we've got a week-long guide to who's hoofing for Season 7. Check back each day for our profiles of more pairings. Deborah Starr SeibelShannon ElizabethAge 34 Best Known For 1999s breakout comedy American Pie and a Playboy pictorial that same year Lives In Los AngelesPartner Derek HoughAdvantages Eight years of ballet, tap and jazz as a kid, from ages 2 to 10. "I think she and Derek might be the couple to watch," says DWTS executive producer Conrad Green, who also credits her "strong male following." Elizabeth, a masterful poker player, calls herself "super crazy competitive. I have to win all the time." Disadvantages A bad left ankle: "We havent been able to figure out whats wrong with it," she says. "Ive got some tape on it now, but there are some mornings that I get up limping because it really hurts."Penn Jille...
Dancing With The Stars by Craig Sjodin/ABC
See your favorites, if not up close, certainly in person: Dancing with the Stars celebs and their professional partners will twirl their way through 37 North American cities on a winter tour starting Nov. 18. Wayne Newton, Marie Osmond, Sabrina Bryan, Karina Smirnoff, Drew Lachey, Joey Lawrence, Monique Coleman, Cheryl Burke, Edyta Sliwinska, Kym Johnson, Mark Ballas, Jonathan Roberts, Derek Hough, Alec Mazo, Brian Fortuna and others will kick off the traveling event, SoftScrub® Presents Dancing with the Stars, at Key Arena in Seattle, Washington. The third Dancing with the Stars tour features a rotating cast of popular competitors, in new combinations: Dancers from previous seasons will trip the light fantastic with those from the current season. New pairs include Wayne Newton with Cheryl Burke, Marie Osmond with Jonathan Roberts, and Sabrina Bryan with Mark Ballas; Season 3's Joey Lawrence with Edyta Sliwinska and Monique Coleman; professional dancers Derek Hough, Alec Mazo ...
Tate Donovan and Rose Byrne by Barbara Nitke/FX
Before we get to the reasons why Tuesday nights finale of Damages should be a model for how a serialized show on the ropes should end a season in high style, resolving many major plot points while cunningly setting up a second season (if there is a second season) here are a few observations on some other positive TV news.The full-season pickup for Pushing Daisies. Best news of the week. Ever since the pilot began to circulate last spring, the reaction has been a mix of delight and unease: first, amazement that something this fabulous was coming to TV; second, skepticism that the TV audience would embrace it; and lastly, whether it could sustain the same quality after the knockout first hour. The answer so far has been affirmative, especially (and to me, most critically) in the quality arena. Each episode has been a gas, a treat, a knockout. With great buzz and solid if not spectacular numbers, ABC did the right thing in giving Daisies even more room to grow.The o...