Former Dancing With the Stars winner J.R. Martinez says his mother got him to snap out of his depression after his horrific accident in Iraq.
In 2003, Martinez was suffered severe burns on more than 34 percent of his body when his Humvee hit a landmine. Martinez underwent 33 surgeries and spent 34 months in the burn center unit of the Brooke Army Medical Center. He later became a motivational speaker which lead to a role on All My Children in 2008 and competing on Dancing in 2011.
Jeopardy! has assembled Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Anderson Cooper and Dr. Oz, among others, for the game show's upcoming Power Players Week.
This year's 15 contestants have collectively accumulated 21 Emmys, eight Peabodys, four Pulitzer Prizes and a Grammy Award, in addition to...
Dr. Oz is down to dance.
The doc made a special appearance on Univision morning show Despierta America and decided to get funky to LMFAO's "I'm Sexy and I Know It." His moves are... well, you'd have to watch the video for yourself to decide.
Check out his boogie below and hit the comments with your thoughts:
Dr. Oz isn't afraid of his detractors. In fact, on Thursday's show, he will confront several of them.
On Thursday's episode, Dr. Oz discusses male health issues with the users of IHateDrOz.com, a website created by men who complain about the influence Dr. Oz has on their wives. In the exclusive clips below, Dr. Oz defends the importance of the lessons his program teaches and teaches hit haters the three different medical tests that every man should have performed.
Pioneers in the talk-show landscape Phil Donahue and Dr. Oz are the final subjects of TV Guide Network's Hollywood Icons and Innovators series.
Donahue, whose eponymous talk show ran from 1970 to 1996, holds the record for the longest continuously running syndicated talk show. He received nine Emmy awards in his broadcasting career. Oz, whose television career began as an expert on The Oprah Winfrey Show, has led the charge — sometimes controversially — in health infotainment.