Stacy London and Clinton Kelly
TGIT! For the first time since its 2003 debut, makeover series What Not to Wear leaves Friday to take up residence on Tuesday evenings. (9/8c, TLC. Tonight's target: a law student who could double as a pole dancer.) In honor of the big move, hosts Stacy London and Clinton Kelly share some holiday fashion do's and don'ts to keep you off their naughty list. ...
Bret Michaels and Kristi Gibson
It certainly took long enough!
Bret Michaels asked his on-and-off girlfriend of 16 years to marry him.
On Monday night's finale of his VH1 show Bret Michaels: Life As I Know It, the Poison frontman got down on one knee. Kristi Gibson's response: "Are you sure?" Michaels followed up with, "I'm sure."
Rob Mariano and Amber Mariano
It's another girl for Survivor couple Rob and Amber Mariano.
Carina Rose Mariano was born Dec. 10 — almost in the back of the couple's car.
Skating With The Stars
Skating with the Stars
Tonight, someone will glide off the ice as the Skating with the Stars Season 1 champion. And that's no easy feat: This season's injuries and hospital visits have shown how difficult this reality competition is. Five weeks ago, Bethenny Frankel, Jonny Moseley, Rebecca Budig, Vince Neil, Brandon Mychal Smith and Sean Young took to the ice, and now only two are left standing. And for the eventual winner, perhaps the glow of achievement will melt the ice. — Jennifer Sankowski
Read on for previews of Tennis, Living in the Time of Jesus, Minute to Win It, Price of Admission: America's College Debt Crisis, The Day John Lennon Died and Glory Daze.
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...
Naya Rivera and Cory Monteith
'Tis the season for holiday miracles, so why can't we hope the same for television? Santa, please give us more (yes, more) Will Schuester's rapping on Glee. Hanukkah Harry, all we ask is that Lux stop kissing her teacher long enough for the CW to see that Life Unexpected deserves a third season. Harvest gods of Kwanzaa, let Fringe survive its move to Fridays. And please, Winter Solstice Fairy, is it too much to ask that to see Meredith Grey in a wedding gown before we depart this mortal coil?
If new Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member Phaedra Parks is disappointed with how she's been portrayed thus far — her limo ride with Cynthia, her baby shower, not to mention those pickles are nothing if not a study in awkward — she's not letting on. Watching all the trash-talking going on behind her back doesn't bother her either. "It's not difficult because I know what it is; it's television," Parks says. "Everyone has a role to play and that's what makes it good TV. Everyone's got a job to do."
Real Housewives of Atlanta's Kandi: Phaedra's getting a bad rap
Parks spoke with TVGuide.com about why a successful entertainment lawyer would decide to do a reality show, what happened to the photos from the pickle shoot, and...