Laura Morett, Survivor: Samoa
You can't say she didn't try. Survivor: Samoa's Laura Morett saved herself from the chopping block multiple times by winning the past two immunity necklaces. Thanks to strong alliances and a tough competitive spirit, she seemed poised to go far in the game. This week, however, the elimination vote tied for the first time — five for Laura and five for Natalie — and made the rare Survivor move of going to the rocks to determine who would go home a very distinct possibility. On the second round of votes, Russell again proved himself one of the most aggressive players this season by convincing former Galu tribe member John to vote for Laura and break the tie. Following a vote that even left host Jeff Probst stunned, TVGuide.com talked with Morett, 39, about why John flipped, her bad blood with Shambo and the alliance you didn't...
Larry King and Chase King
Like father, like son: Chance King, the 10-year-old son of CNN host Larry King, has been hired to host a new show for Fox Sports Net, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Chance King will host Kid Pitch, a show that will focus on kids talking about baseball. The show will also feature interviews with Major League Baseball players...
Lauren Velez, Dexter
When it comes to love, Dexter's Maria LaGuerta can't seem to catch a break. First, her ex-lover was killed in Season 2, then another old flame turned out to be a murderer in Season 3. And now that she's finally found love with Sgt. Batista, she's unable to be with him with him because the boss won't allow their interoffice relationship. TVGuide.com caught up Lauren Velez, who plays the high-powered lieutenant, to get her take on the forbidden romance, which serial killer storyline has been her favorite and hints on who shot Deb.
Dexter Episode Recap: "Road Kill"
TVGuide.com: Why do you think LaGuerta chose her career over Batista?
Lauren Velez: I think when she came to this country, she was so determined to do something with herself and make her way in this man's world that she had to play by her own rules. I think she ...
In the last challenge before the Top Chef finale, Eli Kirshtein's lack of precision and inedible lamb resulted in his elimination following the mini-Bocuse d'Or competition. TVGuide.com caught up with the 25-year-old cheftestant to find out why he became so emotional after being cut, what we didn't see in the kitchen and what he thinks of...
TV Guide Network will air a 12-hour marathon of Dirty Dancing on Christmas Day.
The marathon kicks off at ...
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I'm a little upset Joanna's out, but it's the nature of the show. People vote for their favorite to stay in. I am happy for Kelly. I think Kelly had a huge comeback week. Huge! She was kind of losing steam and she came back with a vengeance. I'm not going to say her dances were the dances of the night - clearly they weren't - but I think it was a very big step for herself. I'm not sure if I loved her rumba, but it was cool to see Kelly do something that she would probably never do in her life. There are certain dances that she looks ...