It was the talk of the Dancing With the Stars ballroom Tuesday night, even though no one was sure exactly what had happened on Monday, when talk show host Nancy Grace blushed after her quick step with pro Tristan McManus and, standing with host Tom Bergeron ...
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Fox's Terra Nova opened to solid, though not monster-sized, numbers, scaring up 9 million viewers Monday, according to Nielsen overnight data.
The sci-fi thriller — with effects that wowed various critics but left them wanting more from the script and characters — scored a 3.0 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds for its two-hour premiere, while Week 2 of Dancing with the Stars — Nancy Grace's nip slip and all — posted a 3.3 rating and reeled in 16.02 million fans. Head to head with those Fox and ABC shows, NBC's The Sing-Off sang to 4.39 million (1.7 rating).
It's not easy risking personal humiliation on national television. Just ask Nancy Grace, the pit bull-like former prosecutor who is struggling to get into her Dancing With the Stars groove. "I was an emotional wreck this week, trying to dance," Grace said moments after her performance of the quick step. She was also still reeling from the low score (a 16) given to her first dance last week, for the cha cha. "I worked my fingers to the bone. We had practiced the cha cha so much, but then I didn't deliver on the dance floor."
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Though screengrabs and video suggest otherwise, Grace denied popping out of her top a bit on Monday's show.
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Dancing With The Stars, Tom Bergeron
If there's one guarantee every Dancing with the Stars season, it's this: There is always a backlash against one contestant.
"They're freaking out about Bristol Palin. They're freaking out about Kate Gosselin. They're freaking out about Nicole Scherzinger. Now, it's Chaz [Bono]. Pick a season, pick a freakout," Tom Bergeron tells TVGuide.com. "Just relax already. It's a ballroom show, for God's sake! I have no idea why Chaz being on is a problem. I sort of expected there to be a reaction, but nothing this big. Chill out."
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Every star needs a Dancing pro. ABC has revealed the 12 pairs for Season 13 of Dancing with the Stars.
Defending champ Kym Johnson will aim for back-to-back Mirrorball trophies with David Arquette, while fellow two-time champs ...
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Hang on to your sequins and strappy sandals: The 13th season of Dancing With the Stars is unleashing a cast that would make the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus green with envy. Among them: a Kardashian, an L.A. Laker, George Clooney's sexy Italian ex, and the first transgender contestant, Chaz (formerly Chastity) Bono.
Nancy Grace is exiting Swift Justice, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Debra Messing, who cemented her comedic brilliance by winning the 2003 lead actress Emmy Award for her role as Grace Adler on NBC's Will & Grace, is returning to the network in a dramatic role. Debra has signed on for a February sweeps episode of Law & Order: SVU in a role that reminds me very much of CNN crime fighter Nancy Grace.
SVU executive producer Neal Baer describes Debra's character as...