Dancing with the Stars trims its cast to nine couples as another pair is eliminated. With tight scores and breakthrough performances from two stars, it will come down to the last vote. Plus, the pros pay tribute to Michael Jackson. Who went home, and how did the tribute pan out? Find out below!
Michael Urie loves Marc St. James, the dressed-to-kill mean guy he plays on Ugly Betty. This season, though, Urie says that Marc's evil ways are somewhat justified. In the Season 3 finale, Marc lost a coveted editor's position to Betty, and while he still worships Wilhelmina, he's no longer enthralled with being her assistant. TVGuide.com spoke with Urie about how Marc copes with his disappointments, when he'll figure out Willy's dark secret and who plays his hookup in the Bahamas episode. (Hint: It's not Shakira.)
Dancing with the Stars
Dancing with the Stars is heading for the rink.
ABC and BBC Worldwide Productions are discussing the creation of a figure skating version of Dancing, a network rep told TVGuide.com
While development is still in the early stages, both companies hope to import a BBC format in which celebrities train to perform ice-skating routines. BBC ...
Sheree Silver, the woman who lived with the Heene family on Wife Swap, said Richard Heene, the father of balloon boy Falcon, "had the mind of a mad scientist" and a short temper.
"He wasn't very nice to me," Silver told People. "But ... I don't think he would ...
The top 10 couples hit the floor not once, but twice this week on Dancing with the Stars with an individual dance and a group hustle. How did they fare? Find out below!
On Sunday's episode of Desperate Housewives, Bree came to an increasingly irrational Katherine's aid when it became clear that she's still not over Mike. John Rowland (guest star Jesse Metcalfe) cozied up to Ana, but not for the reason that you might think. Lynette adjusted to some of the physical effects of her pregnancy. Angie threw a party for Danny. And we learned more about Julie's secrets — including the identity of her married lover.
Melissa Joan Hart
After a delightful Charleston that saw her jump nine points on the leaderboard — the best one-week improvement in Dancing with the Stars history — Melissa Joan Hart knows everyone else is gunning for her now. "I've got to watch my back!" she tells TVGuide.com, citing Mya, Kelly Osbourne and Natalie Coughlin as her biggest competition. "Natalie's really good. She's coming alive. It's going to be tough." It will be even tougher this week for the former Sabrina, the Teenage Witch star to maintain her top spot as couples must prepare three dances: an individual dance, the group hustle and a knockout dance (to be performed by the pairs in the bottom two). Find out how Hart's handling her trio of dances, why she and partner Mark Ballas are like a "little married couple" and more.