Carmen Electra is reliving her Baywatch days with her famous red swimsuit.
In a photo shoot for In Touch, the 40-year-old poses in the same bathing suit that she made famous on the '80s series.
Fox has fallen out of love with Take Me Out. The dating show, hosted by George Lopez, has been let down easy, as the network opts to dump the show on Saturday nights. (Take Me Out previously aired on Thursdays, paired with the equally low-rated The Choice.)
Fox's The Choice might be the summer's most outrageous new reality series, but after the "love handle" is pulled and the chairs have stopped swiveling, it's up to the celebrity panelists to sweep the bachelorettes off their feet with a dream date.
In the exclusive clip below, some of the show's most memorable celebs and their lucky ladies describe what makes a memorable night out, from the funny ("An ideal date for me is one where the girl doesn't...
They aren't Voice-like numbers, but The Choice was the highest-rated new series on Thursday.
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The Fox dating series bowed to 4.2 million viewers and a 1.7 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic to win the 9 o'clock hour against Duets, which averaged ...
With new summer programming like what's on display tonight, it's enough to make you miss reruns. (Well, hello, CBS! We can always count on you to do things the traditional way — at least until Big Brother returns next month.)
You could do worse than re-watching Leonard's date with Penny on The Big Bang Theory, or Person of Interest's Reese protecting Astro from last season's The X Factor or Cho's first meeting with Samaire Armstrong on The Mentalist. You could do far worse.
You could, for example, watch your brain cells atrophy by tuning into Fox's hardly-fit-for-cable combo of goofy new meat-market dating shows. (The Dating Game's Jim Lange, I miss you.) In Take Me Out (8/7c), which might as well be called Date Or No Date, it's the guy on display, trying to charm a "flirty 30" bevy of bimbos before they turn out the light on their podium, signaling their disinterest.