Mario Lopez and Courtney Mazza had very different ways of dealing with pre-wedding jitters.
In this exclusive clip from Mario & Courtney's Wedding Fiesta, tensions are running high for Mazza, who fears that the preparations won't be finished in time. Lopez, on the other hand, displays his signature laidback Cali style by going surfing with a friend only three hours before saying "I do."
And then there were four!
Two more contestants were eliminated from The X Factor Thursday night, with four making it through to next week's semifinals. Did Tate Nation give Tate Stevens the votes he needed to reclaim the top spot from Carly Rose Sonenclar? Did CeCe Frey survive another week? And which acts had to go head-to-head to stay in the competition? Read on to find out.
Mario Lopez and Courtney Mazza
Sorry, ladies! Mario Lopez is off the market.
The X Factor co-host wed girlfriend Courtney Mazza Saturday in...
Mario Lopez and Courtney Mazza
After being engaged for nearly a year, The X Factor's Mario Lopez and his fiancée Courtney Mazza will walk down the aisle this weekend, People reports.
Lopez proposed to...
Carly Rose Sonenclar
Thanksgiving wasn't all about the turkey and stuffing for the 10 X Factor finalists, two of whom were sent home Thursday night. Keep reading to find out who got cut — and whether Tate Stevens finished in first place for the third week in a row.
The Top 12 finalists were whittled down to the Top 10 on The X Factor Thursday, with one of Simon Cowell's groups getting eliminated immediately during the broadcast, and two other contestants having to sing for survival. The evening also featured a performance by Taylor Swift. So, who got the boot?
America’s Best Dance Crew
The beat will not go on for America's Best Dance Crew, which has been canceled after seven seasons, Variety reports.
The MTV reality series, produced by Randy Jackson, featured judges JC Chasez, Lil Mama and, more recently, So You Think You Can Dance alum D-Trix. D-Trix, and before him Omarion, followed...
Jason Brock, De'Borah Garner
Two reality singing shows — NBC's The Voice and Fox's The X Factor — turned the competition over to America this week, with viewer votes determining which contestants would be safe and which ones would have to sing to stay on the show.
On The X Factor, the singer who eventually got sent home was Jason Brock, an openly gay performer (he never said so explicitly, but made a show of pinching host Mario Lopez's rear end during the first live show and dedicated his final performance to "the gays and Japan") whose repertoire on the show included Jennifer Lopez's "Dance Again" and Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse of the Heart." The Voice sent home three contestants, including De'Borah Garner — a lesbian who reveled in her androgyny. (In this case, it was De'Borah's coach, Christina Aguilera, who gave her the ax — but it was the audience vote that put her on the chopping block.)
De'Borah was, hands down, one of the best competitors on The Voice, consistently winning over the coaches and the crowd with her soulful takes on snogs like Train's "Hey, Soul Sister" and The Fray's "You Found Me." And while Brock certainly wasn't the best contestant on The X Factor, he was far from the worst. In the same week when three states — Maine, Maryland and Washington -- approved same-sex marriage by popular vote, we have to ask: Why were Brock and De'Borah among the first to go?
The X Factor contestants have music industry mentors to guide them through their live performances, but where is Khloe Kardashian's coach?
The reality show sibling made her live co-hosting debut last week alongside Mario Lopez, and the results were rough and embarrassing at best. With a vet by her side, she could have at least allowed him to do the heavy lifting, but instead she allowed her awkward performance take center stage to the point where it was distracting to the competition at hand. Even she knows she needs work. "I'm anxious to learn and get great! :)" she tweeted afterward.
American Horror Story: Asylum
Our top moments of the week:
15. Best Reveal, Part I: No guests? No problem for Watch What Happens: Live host Andy Cohen, who puts on a one-man show in the clubhouse on Monday when Hurricane Sandy prevents his guest and audience from showing up. Wearing pajamas in front of a fake fire, Cohen plays clips, takes calls from his viewers, and — most importantly — reveals what his Real Housewives intro line would be: "I may be a man, but I fight like a girl," he declares proudly, staring straight into the camera. Best pajama party ever!
14. Best Shoutout: When Jane suddenly...