Jennifer Grey and Derek Hough
Two helicopters circled overhead. The paparazzi were out in full force. Security guards were everywhere. And there was a full moon.
But for all the insanity this week surrounding Bristol Palin's inclusion in Monday night's Dancing With the Stars finals — like the man who shot his TV set in anger, and whoever sent that threatening letter containing what turned out to be a benign white powdery substance to the show's production offices — everything inside the studio was relatively normal.
Dancing with the Stars
Dancing with the Stars
"Unpredictable" best describes this show's 11th season, which has been full of surprising eliminations (Brandy and Audrina), new themes both good (the Instant Dance) and bad (TV theme songs), and cast bickering (Maks and Carrie Ann). As for the final three, Jennifer Grey, Kyle Massey and Bristol Palin represent a diverse group, consisting of an early favorite, a crowd-pleaser and a novice dancer who grew. After tonight's season finale, one will be described as a champion. Also: Christina Aguilera performs. — Jennifer Sankowski
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Kourtney Kardashian's infant son, Mason, is "doing fine" after he had an allergic reaction to peanut butter.
"Friday night Mason ate some peanut butter and had a little allergic reaction to it," Kardashian wrote on her blog. "He threw up within minutes of tasting it and...
The Biggest Loser
A strike that temporarily shut down production of The Biggest Loser has ended after the crew members' union and the show's production company reached an agreement that secures health benefits for the crew of the NBC series, a network rep confirms.
The Biggest Loser shuts down production following walkout
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Grey's Anatomy is doing a musical episode.
The ABC medical drama is planning the event for later this season, but don't expect the doctors of Seattle Grace to just burst into song and start dancing down the hospital halls, executive producer Shonda Rhimes tells TVGuide.com exclusively.
Kevin McKidd directing upcoming episode of Grey's Anatomy
Rhimes says the Grey's musical episode will be very different from other shows that have attempted the stunt in the past. She specifically references Buffy the Vampire Slayer's musical episode, which she says is one of her favorites. "[Ours] is sort of the opposite of that in a weird way," Rhimes says. "They did an all-out, show-stopping, Broadway kind of musical. This is very different."
So what is in store? Read on for all the details...