Hello, Superstars! The competition is heating up, and I am the last girl celebrity standing! Yay! Bode and I are in the final four, and our competitors are Max/Kristi, Julio/Brandi and Lisa/David. Since we only have four teams left, the competition changes from two events to three events before the obstacle course.
Thank you all for your encouragement and your good wishes! I feel them all the way over here! Wish you could all be here cheering us on! But you are, in spirit. And for those of you who sent scrutiny about last week's episode — ouch! One thing you may not know is that ...
Another day in paradise. I'm sitting on our balcony again, listening to the rush of the wind (perhaps the wind never stops here), the occasional sound of hammering of nails, trying to get comfortable. It seems that no position is without pain. Today's pain is my left groin muscle. Owwww!
There are many clouds in the sky today, but they are moving at a rapid pace, revealing sun every few minutes. Below me, hotel staff is cleaning the pools with a large machine that is traveling along the pool's bottom surface. It reminds me of those ...
Some recent ratings highlights:
• America's Got Talent on Tuesday tallied an audience of 11.3 million total viewers — a drop of 12 percent from its previous premiere, but still the night's most watched program. Its second outing dipped 8 percent, to 10.39 mil.
• ABC's The Superstars opened to a not-entirely-super 4.34 mil on Tuesday. In turn, the (thankfully) already-renewed Better Off Ted only managed 1.87 mil.
Take a quiz on reality competition shows
• On Wednesday, ABC's Wipeout scored 7.7 mil, topping So You Think You Can Dance in the 8 o'clock hour. All told, Fox's Dance averaged ...
Terrell Owens got a taste of his own trash-talking medicine on the series premiere of The Superstars when his teammate, supermodel Joanna Krupa, blamed him for their elimination.
"Unbelievable. I don't want a teammate like that. Calls himself an athlete. What does he get a million dollars for?" Krupa scolded after Owens squandered a lead on an obstacle course. "You're the one that f---ed it up. We could've won. So shut up."
Owens caught his ...
10 pm/ET A&E
"Clean" doesn't always mean "bright" as evidenced by the gloomy second-season opener, which features guest star Whoopi Goldberg. The main story follows William's attempt to help a national-news anchor, played by Gary Cole, who claims to have been clean for years, but William knows better. The irony is that the man is a spokesperson for recovery. There's also little light behind the scenes, with William's troubled marriage and news of a friend's terminal illness.
Read on for previews of The Superstars, America's Got Talent, NYC Prep and Primetime: Family Secrets.