Karina Smirnoff and Carrie Ann Inaba Chris Weeks/WireImage.com
More than 50,000 men, women and children woke up at the break of dawn Saturday to raise funds and awareness for women's cancers at the annual EIF Revlon Run/Walk for Women. Among these early risers was Dancing with the Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba, who, despite feeling under the weather, was determined to walk. "I really just wanted to be a part of the event," the cohost of the morning told TV Guide. "I mean, don't you feel it? There's all this energy here. It doesn't feel like it's 6 o'clock in the morning."

Also walking, along with her puppy, was My Name is Earl star Nadine Velasquez, who fresh off the finale was looking forward to another Earl event. "We're going to be on Family Feud on June 1st. It's Celebrity Family Feud; the cast of My Name is Earl vs. the Camdenites." It looks like Family Feud is just the beginning for the recurring characters of Camden as Vasquez promises there will be more story lines featuring the townies on Season 4. "I feel like it's really been established as a little town, and more and more people really want to see everybody together. For me it's more fun when we're all together and we're all in a bunch of mess."

DWTS' Karina Smirnoff may have missed the walk due to heavy traffic, but once she did arrive she was eager to set straight rumors about her and all the Marios in her life. "I'm taking it as a compliment," Smirnoff told TV Guide about romance rumors surrounding her and dance partner Mario Barrett. "We do have great chemistry together, we do get along but there's nothing but a professional relationship there. And we do try to act out, portray romance on the dance floor so when people take it past the dance floor it means we're doing a really good job."

In the meantime, she's enjoying her two-year relationship with Mario Lopez, but don't ask Smirnoff if the couple is talking diamond shapes and sizes - she's simply not there yet. "I am a commitment freak so I'm not talking anything. Just enjoying the time, enjoying his company. He's a great guy." - Carita Rizzo