Gold medal-winning gymnast Kerri Strug has landed a husband.
Best known for her vault while injured in the 1996 Summer Olympics, she married lawyer Robert Fischer at sunset Sunday in her hometown of Tucson, Ariz., according to People.
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The bride, 32, wore a Pronovias gown customized with more than 5,000 Swarovski crystals. The reception featured hundreds of ...
Derek Hough is feeling the pressure — not because he and Nicole Scherzinger are the Dancing with the Stars leaders, but because the swing marathon is taking place Monday. And who can forget how he and Joanna Krupa, uh, head-bobbed their way to a victory in the mambo marathon last season? "Everyone still talks about that!" Hough tells TVGuide.com. "I really feel like I've got to do something to trump that now." The swing marathon isn't the only thing on Hough's plate this week. He and Scherzinger, who bounced back from a tear-filled meltdown last week to earn a season-high score of 29, must also perform the samba. See how rehearsals are going, what he has to say to Kate Gosselin's haters and why he would never go pantless on stage...
Numb3rs star Dylan Bruno will guest-star in the final two episodes of NCIS' seventh season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Bruno will play Lt. Jason Paul Dean, a freelance mercenary with ties to the private military company operated by Col. Merton Bell (Robert Patrick), an enemy of Gibbs (Mark Harmon). As we first reported, Dean is an imposing, edgy and dangerous former Army Ranger who was highly decorated before a screw-up in Afghanistan led to his dishonorable discharge — and he's not at all afraid to kill when necessary...
One Tree Hill - James Lafferty
Although viewers are still waiting to hear whether One Tree Hill will get another season, at least one wait is over: After a two-month hiatus, the CW series is back Monday at 8/7c for this season's four final episodes. James Lafferty, who plays Nathan Scott, one of the only original characters left, tells TVGuide.com there are "really gratifying moments for those fans that have hung in there." Read on to see what Lafferty has to say about the season's last episodes, including some big decisions that will be made and where the series stands at the end of the season.
TVGuide.com: Before the show's hiatus, Haley's mom died. Will she and Nathan still be dealing with the loss when it returns?
James Lafferty: Yes, absolutely. There's definitely a grieving process. Not to make it sound like it'll be all gloom, but that's Haley's journey ...
Bret Michaels remained in critical condition after suffering a massive brain hemorrhage.
The Poison frontman and Celebrity Apprentice star, 47, was rushed to an undisclosed hospital late Thursday after complaining of...
NCIS star Sean Murray and his wife, Carrie, have welcomed their second child, People reports.
Son River James Murray was born on April 22 in Los Angeles, weighing...
James "JT" Thomas may have won Survivor: Tocantins, but after Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, he will now forever be known for his strategic, but ultimately disastrous move of giving an immunity idol to a member of the other tribe. Not only did JT give an immunity idol to someone he didn't know, on the other team, but he gave the idol to Russell Hantz, a player infamous for his ability to find immunity idols without clues, and arguably one of the most powerful members of the Villains tribe. The 25-year-old Thomas spoke with TVGuide.com about his widely ridiculed game play, the lack of trust on...