Try to curb your enthusiasm over this one: Curb Your Enthusiasm's eighth season is set to kick off Sunday, July 10 at 10/9c on HBO, and, as always, a gaggle of guest stars will be joining Larry David...
Ever notice how iterations of the phrase "thrown under the bus" pop up over and over and over again on The Apprentice? If not and especially if so, check out the video below, which presents a number of instances of people beating the dead phrase from all four celebrity editions of the show, including the most recent one that ended Sunday night.
While this saying isn't as particular to reality TV as something like, "I'm not here to make friends," it's part of the Apprentice vernacular — perhaps second only to Donald Trump's perpetual refrain, "You're fired!"...
Russell Brand, who went to Japan to see wife Katy Perry perform, got kicked out of the country because of longstanding legal problems, Perry tweeted...
Princess Beatrice of York
If Princess Beatrice still had her silk bow hat, she'd now have a feather to put in it. The twisty Philip Treacy headwear that practically upstaged all else during Prince William and Kate Middleton's April royal wedding has sold for some $131,648 in an eBay auction that ended Sunday, The Associated Press reports.
Donald Trump, John Rich
John Rich was named the winner of the fourth season of Celebrity Apprentice, adding another $250,000 to the amount he raised for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
The prize money is practically chump change compared to Rich's pre-victory haul: $1,011,900. Runner-up Marlee Matlin failed to nab the title but still raked in $1,050,000 for the Starkey Hearing Foundation. The total raised for charity this season: $3,120,852...
Kirstie Alley, Hines Ward, Chelsea Kane
Season 12 of Dancing with the Stars may be touted as one of the closest ever, but 52 percent of TVGuide.com readers think Hines Ward will run away with the Mirrorball trophy come Tuesday night. Still, that doesn't mean we can count out fan favorite Kirstie Alley and Disney young'un Chelsea Kane, who along with the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver, make up the top-scoring couples of the season.
"This season has been so up and down. There have been so many people on top of the leader board. I think it's really going to come down to who the audience wants to see," Ward's partner, Kym Johnson, says. "All three are such different personalities and such different styles. This one is totally up in the air, I think. You just don't know."
Dancing's Maks: Making the finals would mean validation
The trio will face off Monday with a repeat dance, a judges' pick (with new choreography and music) and the highly anticipated freestyle.
So who's got the edge? Let's size them up!