Ben Folds, Nicole Scherzinger, Shawn Stockman
Spoiler Alert: The following reveals the winner of Monday night's Sing-Off finale.
The season finale of The Sing-Off came down to the final four as The Backbeats, Committed, Jerry Lawson & the Talk of the Town and Street Corner Symphony took the stage for the final time to find out which group had won a Sony recording contract and the $100,000 cash prize...
Tom Bergeron's wish came true.
After Dancing with the Stars' predictable Season 10 — in which practically everyone foresaw Nicole Scherzinger winning — the host was hoping for more surprises from this season's hodgepodge of evenly matched contenders.
"We got it! Really, it all started with David Hasselhoff [who was eliminated first]. That was the most shocking moment for me," Bergeron tells TVGuide.com. "I have no idea what happened there. I was like, 'What the hell?' I figured we had at least four good weeks of comedy coming and boom! He's gone!"
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That set the tone for the season: Following Hasselhoff — whose only performance left much to be desired — out the door went respectable contenders Audrina Patridge, Rick Fox and Kurt Warner. And then there was last week's shocker: Brandy got the boot, while Bristol Palin advanced to the ...
Jeers to How I Met Your Mother for milking a gag past its sell-by date.
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The third appearance of "Robin Sparkles" — the Canadian-TV persona of Cobie Smulders' Robin Scherbatsky — was far from the charm. This time, the gang discovered an episode of Space Teens, a mathe-magical mystery that paired her with Jessica Glitter (Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger). The joke? An atypically dim Robin didn't realize the show played like a porno, with tired double entendres aboot — er, about — beavers and wood...
How I Met Your Mother
If there's one thing How I Met Your Mother fans care about more than the identity of the mother, it's Robin Sparkles.
Everyone's favorite Canadian pop star on Monday's episode, "Glitter," and as Cobie Smulders promised, Round 3 would be different. But is different better? Eschewing the usual music video format, "Glitter" employed a variety show schtick (mostly because the show had to after mentioning it last season) to give us ...
How I Met Your Mother
After hitting the mall and building sandcastles in the sand, it's time for Robin Sparkles to boldly go where How I Met Your Mother has never gone before: outer space.
"We don't mess around. It's Part 3, time to go all out," Cobie Smulders tells TVGuide.com. "And Robin Sparkles is out of this world. Or at least her fashion is."
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The jelly bracelets and cool graffiti coat — and, of course, the Robot — all return on Monday's episode (8/7c, CBS) as more of Robin's bubblegum pop-star past is revealed — with a twist. Unlike the past ...
How I Met Your Mother (Monday, 8/7c, CBS)
Some of the funniest moments in this sitcom's history involve Robin's shamefully cheesy past as Canadian child star "Robin Sparkles." Who can forget "Let's Got to the Mall" and "Sandcastles in the Sand," to name a magic few videos Robin would just as soon forget. This nagging skeleton once again emerges as Barney finds a copy of Space Teens, and this time we make the acquaintance of her co-star Jessica Glitter (played by Pussycat Doll and Dancing With the Stars champ Nicole Scherzinger). Let the good times roll, eh?
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The guest stars and events that the networks have planned for the third week of November sweeps:
Sunday, Nov. 14
Desperate Housewives (ABC)
It's Thanksgiving on Wisteria Lane and Bree is having dinner with Keith and his parents, who aren't so fond of Bree. Why should her holiday be any different than the rest of ours?
How I Met Your Mother
Barney Stinson is never shy about using superlatives on How I Met Your Mother, but the man who writes those lines, creator/executive producer Carter Bays, exercises greater restraint.
Except when describing the upcoming sixth season.
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"Honestly, I never say stuff like this, but I think this is will be our best season yet," Bays tells TVGuide.com. "I'm going to call my shot and say that. At the end of last season, I think we were all feeling really old, and there's been kind of a rejuvenation around here. I think a lot of it has to do with the stories of the season."
After two seasons primarily of stand-alone episodes, the time-jumping sitcom will ...
Dancing With The Stars
Tom Bergeron felt the pressure. So did Brooke Burke.
After Dancing with the Stars' surprisingly strong Season 10 — highlighted by beating American Idol in the ratings for the first time — the co-hosts are well aware that the season will be tough to follow, let alone top.
"I think it surprised even us how strong we came out the gate last season and how well it held," Bergeron tells TVGuide.com. "It sort of became the man-bites-dog story because ...
Dancing with the Stars runner-up Evan Lysacek says he's not disappointed that he doesn't have a Mirrorball trophy to go with his Olympic gold medal. "Anna [Trebunskaya] and I were completely satisfied with the whole season and what we put into it. We didn't leave anything on the table," he tells TVGuide.com. "We wanted to enjoy it and the most important thing of this season, above any trophy or any one dance, is that we were all a family on that show." There are also no hard feelings between him and judge Len Goodman, who declared Nicole Scherzinger a deserving winner before Lysacek performed. See why he's not upset, what happened during his freestyle rehearsal and if he'll keep dancing.