There's lots of crying on Dancing with the Stars, but Nicole Scherzinger won't contribute any more tears after shedding her fair share following her rumba last week. "I was just caught up in the moment. It's done, it's over. I've moved forward and you're not going to see that again," she tells TVGuide.com. "This week is going to be different." The Pussycat Doll will tango to Roy Orbison's "Pretty Woman" with Derek Hough as part of movie week and says she approached the dance with a whole new attitude. Find out what how she picked herself up after her meltdown, what injury she's nursing and more.
The Biggest Loser - Alison Sweeney
Don't let all the good feelings fool you: for all the teamwork — and even romance — on the Biggest Loser, host Alison Sweeney tells TVGuide.com there was "definitely some friction" during filming this season. "Let's not forget Michael's choice of teams, the elimination of Stephanie, and Melissa's strategy" the 33-year-old says. She also talked about why Stephanie's surprise elimination wasn't a surprise to her and why she doesn't play favorites.
TVGuide.com: Were you surprised at how much of a game-player Melissa was?
Alison Sweeney: At this point, I'm never surprised to see a game player. People watch reality TV, most of our contestants are fans of Biggest Loser before they join the show, and at that point, it's just a personal choice how to play the game. Melissa chose her path, and that's...
Damages - Glenn Close, Tate Donovan, Rose Byrne
After a trademark twisty season, Damages' 90-minute finale (Monday at 10/9c on FX) will finally reveal who murdered Tom Shayes (Tate Donovan). But the more important question, according to co-creators and executive producers Todd A. Kessler and Daniel Zelman, is this: How will Patty (Glenn Close) and Ellen (Rose Byrne) move forward after Tom's death?
Damages: Tate Donovan reacts to the season premiere's shocking twist
"The most important part of the show for us is Ellen and Patty — their relationship and what makes them tick," Zelman says. "There's a certain amount of emotion in that relationship between the two women that is certainly going to play throughout the finale."
Carrie Underwood snagged entertainer of the year and the Triple Crown prize at the Academy of Country Music Awards, while Lady Antebellum won five awards thanks in part to producing their own music. ...
Lynette and Bree think there's something fishy about two of our newest additions to the extended Desperate Housewives family: Irina and Sam, respectively. Gaby makes an unusual — and unusually short-sighted — offer to Bob and Lee. Susan and Mike confront financial troubles. Plus, Danny meets Patrick, aka his dad.
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