Cheryl Burke, Gilles Marini
With Julianne Hough out of the picture, Cheryl Burke now has a better chance of making Dancing with the Stars history as the first pro to win three Mirrorball trophies. But don't think she was excited to see her fellow two-time winner eliminated. "We're all really close and we're sad to see her leave," Burke tells TVGuide.com. Spoken like a true champ. See what else Burke, who will dance the foxtrot and rumba Monday with Gilles Marini, has to say about her competition, her new projects and when Marini will strip down again.
Jewel, Melissa Rycroft
Jewel has a message for Melissa Rycroft and any injured Dancing with the Stars celebrity: If you don't dance, you should leave, the songstress says.
"Being a rodeo and bull-riding fan it's hard for me to get used to someone who is injured still getting a score," the singer writes on husband Ty Murray's MySpace. "I think the rule ...
It's May, and that means swimsuit season! But have no fear, shy shoppers, because the ever-so-shapely Kim Kardashian has the secrets to finding the perfect one. The reality star explains what styles work for her and what she recommends for women with less booty-full body types. Kardashian also explains what it's like living in the public eye and talks about whether she and NFL player Reggie Bush plan to wed any time soon.
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Ed Westwick (aka Gossip Girl's I'm Chuck Bass) is the latest familiar face to be tapped for a guest-starring turn on Californication.
The Showtime series returns for a third season this fall, with David Duchovny's Hank Moody trying his hand as a university professor. Westwick will play Balt, a student of Hank's — and one with a hunger for ...
Redmond O'Neal, the son of Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal, will take part in a drug rehabilitation program in hopes of avoiding prison.
O'Neal was ordered to participate in a yearlong intensive rehabilitation program Thursday. If he successfully completes it, he would ...
Dominic Monaghan is known for his roles as Charlie in Lost and hobbit Merry in the Lord of the Rings trilogy. But the actor is gearing up for one of his biggest gigs to date in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, in which he plays the electricity-controlling Bolt. Monaghan stopped by TV Guide Network to discuss his secretive character, as well as how how it feels to be part of yet another project with a huge cult following and what it's like to have multiple action figures of himself. Plus, the actor answers a tough, Twitter-submitted fan question: Which achievement are you most proud of: Lord of the Rings, Lost or hooking up with Evangeline Lilly?
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Looking to lose those last ten pounds, but not give up your favorite foods? Lifetime may have your solution with its new show Cook Yourself Thin. Taking real women who are looking to drop baby weight, get ready for an impending reunion, or perhaps have just let themselves go, each episode features a guest as she learns how to transform favorite (but fattening) recipes into healthy (and still tasty) fare. The viewers get to see how after six weeks the participant has progressed, and if she has kept up the healthier lifestyle. TVGuide.com spoke with one of the hosts, and former Top Chef Season 1 contestant, Candice Kumai about what sets her show apart, how you can enjoy foods you love, and why she's defending Kim Kardashian.
TVGuide.com: How is Cook Yourself Thin different from other weight-loss shows?
Candice Kumai: It's really fun, cute and creative because we take really great food and make it even better because we're making it healthy. You don't think of eating lettuce or rice cakes or depriving yourself, you think of an actual burger or fries or milkshake that you can have and actually love...
Ryan Seacrest, Ellen Degeneres
We like Twitter when it's done right: Funny, useful, or insightful — yes. Overly self-promoting, too frequent, or just plain boring — not so much. Chuck fans, you've made us proud with your Twitter campaign to save your beloved show from cancellation (click here to join the #savechuck movement). Oprah, please step it up, because right now you are #JPB (just plain boring).
Since it's #followfriday in Twitter-land, we've made a list of our top 20 current favorite Twitter-ers. (In entertainment Twitter-land, you can never tell whether the people are real or whether their publicists are doing the tweeting. We just think these are funny.) Tweet us your favorites! And if you still just don't get it, we won't judge you. Click here to learn more about Twitter.
1. Diablo Cody: "Re: Jon Gosselin allegedly cheating-- How awesome would it be if he had a secret *other* set of sextuplets living across town?"
2. Michael Ian Black: "Trying to decide whether or not to break out my rhinestone encrusted medical mask."
3. Rob Corddry: "Dear leggings, You look super great on women. Keep up the good work! Love, Rob"
Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag
Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt have been accused of faking feuds and scripted appearances on The Hills, but they say their fear of swine flu is real.
Taking a cue from the real Spidey, the just-marrieds donned masks for their trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, saying they wore them as protection against the outbreak.
Paparazzi caught the masked pair walking on a beach, posing, and even kissing through their masks — even as unmasked bystanders looked on.
Vanessa Williams, Ugly Betty
What's up with Willi? Ever since she became a new mom, she hasn't really been herself — falling asleep in the office, passing up a hot date with a pectacular "manny." Sure, motherhood is difficult, but this is powerhouse editrix Wilhemina Slater; surely she can handle a diaper or two! As Ugly Betty returns from its spring hiatus Thursday (8 pm/ET, ABC) Vanessa Williams tells TVGuide.com about the changes in store for Willi as she questions the parentage of her surrogate son, mourns her lost love with Connor and recommits to her sinister plans for publishing-world domination. Plus, Williams the musician has a new album!