Sadie Robertson, Mark Ballas
¡Hola! It's Latin Night on Dancing with the Stars, and we've got plenty of steamy routines ahead of us. But, is one of the couples getting hot and heavy outside of the ballroom? The show sure wants us to think so. Read on to get the details.
Cheryl Burke and Antonio Sabato Jr.
After 18 seasons on Dancing with the Stars, Cheryl Burke maintains that she's ready to pack it in... probably.
"As of now, it's still up in the air if I'm coming back or not. Contractually, my contract is over and there's other opportunities that have been out there for me," Burke, who has been on the show consecutively since Season 2, tells TVGuide.com. "Will it most likely be my last season? I would have to say yes."
Tom Bergeron, Erin Andrews
No one did a swing dance on Monday's Dancing with the Stars, but that didn't stop the show itself from going all swinger mode on us, with each pair switching partners for the week. But not to worry: no one's going home this week, so the new couplings won't have an immediate impact.
Tommy Chong, Peta Murgatroyd
Tommy Chong has a reputation to uphold.
It's 4:20 on the dot when Chong calls (10 minutes ahead of our scheduled interview time) to discuss his journey thus far on Season 19 of Dancing with the Stars — and, for a man who's parlayed several decades of pot jokes into a career, that can't be a coincidence.
Alfonso Ribeiro, Whitney Carson
We're back with another Dancing with the Stars results show, before theTuesday edition retreats back into its glittery cave next week. A quick early observation: Can someone please inform Sadie Robertson that the camera can and will pan to her at any given opportunity? She's got a baaaad case of resting bitchface. End rant.
Tom and Erin waste no time in getting to the first set of results.
Dancing with the Stars
What do an old-school stoner, a '90s sitcom star, a YouTube celebrity and an Olympic athlete have in common? They're all competing on Season 19 of Dancing with the Stars.
Officially announced on Good Morning America Thursday, the new cast of ABC's long-running dancing competition will include Cheech & Chong's Tommy Chong, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air alum Alfonso Ribeiro, teen fashion expert Bethany Mota and track and field star Lolo Jones.
Tommy Chong is battling prostate cancer, he announced on CNN.
Chong, one-half of the Cheech and Chong duo, told Don Lemon that he was diagnosed about a month ago, but he's had the cancer — a "slow Stage 1" — for "a long time." The 74-year-old has been treating it with hemp oil and revealed his diagnosis to support the decriminalization of marijuana use and sales.
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"I've got prostate cancer, and I'm treating it with hemp oil, with cannabis," Chong said. "So [legalizing marijuana] means ...
Battle of Los Angeles
Fringe (Friday, 9/8c, Fox)
Hard to imagine the show topping its most recent episode — the haunting "Subject 13" flashback into Olivia and Peter's childhood — but any story that puts Walter Bishop center stage is worth watching, and this week the mournful mad scientist is busy trying to delay the damage he's done to the wall between universes. Good luck with that. Meanwhile, the Fringe Team is on the case of thieves who defy gravity. Now let's see Fringe defy the gravity of those Friday night ratings.
Battle of Los Angeles (Saturday, 9/8c, Syfy)
Gotta give Syfy bonus points for cheekiness. On the same weekend the big-budget alien-invasion adventure Battle: LA hits the big screen, Syfy's knowingly cheesy...
Tommy Chong by Gregg DeGuire/WireImage.com
Duuuude! The G4 Network is planning to capitalize on what they call "the cultural phenomenon of 420" with a day of stoner programs on April 20. (If you're behind on the "phenomenon," catch up here.)To celebrate the day, the network plans to present several films and specials dedicated to the "culture, myths and latest trends" surrounding the smokers' holiday. The programming kicks off at 1 pm/ET with an airing of Half Baked starring Dave Chappelle. Also planned is a two-hour version of Attack of the Show filmed in Jamaica, which features an interview with Ziggy Marley and other Rastafarians, a visit to Bob Marley's home, and a group of comprehensive reports on marijuana from Toronto, Vancouver, Los Angeles and San Francisco.Other highlights from the day include Code Monkeys: The Story of 420 guest-starring legendary pot icon Tommy Chong, the Season 2 premiere of The Block and Reefee's Madhouse, a re-voiced, comedic interpretation of the cult classic Reefer Madness.Will you be veggi...