Despite some reports to the contrary, Eva Longoria won't be seen in any telenovelas any time soon.
The Desperate Housewives alum took to Twitter to refute a report in the Latin Times that claimed she had signed an exclusive deal with Televisa, Latin America's largest media company, and was slated to appear in three telenovelas, including Cuna de Lobos.
Cole Horibe and Lindsay Arnold
Question: Any thoughts on this season of So You Think You Can Dance? The format change and unfortunate interruptions this year from Independence Day and the Summer Olympics have forced multiple eliminations in some episodes to keep them on schedule, and we've lost a few promising contestants that I feel may have been cut too early on. How are you finding this season so far? — Brodie
Peta Murgatroyd, Donald Driver
William Levy's 6-year-old son, Christopher, was inconsolable. The minute Dancing With the Stars ended, Levy made his way through the throng of dancers, stars and judges congratulating the new champ, football star Donald Driver, to get to his son. Levy picked him up, rubbing his back and talking to him quietly, trying to explain that daddy was not a loser, but rather, "that we were all winners," says Levy.
Peta Murgatroyd and Donald Driver
There is only one thing that everyone wants when they're watching a Dancing With the Stars freestyle: Great big goosebumps. And on Monday night, the only star who goosed everybody in the ballroom was the Green Bay Packers' Donald Driver.
Donald Driver, Katherine Jenkins, William Levy
Season 14 of Dancing with the Stars has been touted as the most competitive ever, but 41 percent of TVGuide.com readers think Katherine Jenkins will have her name engraved on the Mirrorball trophy on Tuesday. Of course, Donald Driver, who got 34 percent, and William Levy, who received 25 percent, are still...
Katherine Jenkins and Mark Ballas
It's the best four semi-finalists we've ever seen. Graceful, powerful, athletic — and, except for one, broken. The level of competition this season on Dancing With The Stars is so high that the winner may be whoever still has two good working legs next week.
Katherine Jenkins, Mark Ballas
We have never seen this much skin. This season, Dancing With the Stars is as much a battle of the delts and pecs as it is a rumble for the best heels and toes on the ballroom floor.
Sometimes going topless, or nearly topless, works. Sometimes it doesn't. It didn't help former ...
Dancing with the Stars judges
After the last steps of samba, salsa and Argentine tango had been danced on Monday night's Dancing With the Stars, the remaining nine couples had to face the fact that no matter no matter how well they pulled off their steamy, fun routines, they might still face the scorching red lights of elimination on Tuesday night.
William Levy and Cheryl Burke
The Dancing with the Stars injury curse has now struck William Levy.
The Cuban heartthrob hurt his ankle in rehearsals over the weekend and it is unclear if he'll make to the floor Monday night to perform his Argentine tango ...
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Question: What's the deal with ABC's treatment of Cougar Town? I know the ratings have been anemic, but bumping it twice for Dancing With the Stars recaps is cruel to the fans of Cougar Town, fans who waited nine months for new episodes. I waited patiently, thinking ABC had a good plan for the show and that the wait would be worth it, but instead, I'm kept waiting. They paired it with a show it doesn't match at a time slot that's not appropriate, but still, I thought: at least my show is back on, I'm hanging with the Cul-de-Sac Crew again, it'll be OK. Instead, two weeks in a row, I get the shaft. Whatever happened to the plan to pair it with Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23 on Tuesdays?