"Dancing with the Stars" is down to just six couples and the frontrunners of the season are becoming more and more defined. With powerful numbers from Zendaya, Aly, and Kellie, this season seems to belong to the girls.
Our dog Benjamin will be 13 this fall. There won't be a bar mitzvah or a confirmation, but we'll note the occasion with some extra treats, and maybe one of those singing birthday cards that he loves to destroy.
It was "Latin Night" on "Dancing with the Stars," which meant an evening jam-packed with sassy salsas and romantic rumbas.With only seven remaining couples, each contestant was desperate to prove they have what it takes.
The truth is we are forever looking at ourselves in comparison to those around us, creating our own internal A and B lists of who is successful in marriage, in career, financially, as parents, and then putting ourselves in one or the other category.
ean was determined to nail his shirtless samba, but was a little out of step in the routine. Carrie Ann loved his bounce and form, but thought he lacked musicality. Bruno ended on a positive note, telling him, "You can always get a job as a stripper."
You'd think -- what with getting the revival of "Jekyll & Hyde ready for its 13 week-long, limited engagement at the Marquis Theater -- that director Jeff Calhoun wouldn't have any time left for his other Broadway show, Disney's Newsies. But that's where you'd be wrong.
This week on "Dancing With The Stars," the contestants tackled Len's "side-by-side" challenge, which forced each couple to perform alongside a pair of...
Aly Raisman's contemporary routine delivered both emotionally and physically. Len called the dance worthy of an Olympic champion and Carrie Ann told her she was mesmerized.
Although they went all out with costumes and song choice ("Pour Some Sugar On Me"), Wynonna and Tony's stiff samba didn't captivate the judges. Len about summed the performance up, saying, "You look magnificent, but you don't move."
Season 16 of "Dancing with the Stars" kicked off on Monday night, complete with a cast of vaguely famous reality stars, athletes, and professionally trained dancers who probably shouldn't be allowed to compete against the likes of Andy Dick.
It's a moonlit night in San Juan and there's lots of shimmying, shouting and whooping it up on the Lido Deck of Holland America Line's Eurodam. This isn't your average port-of-call local folk dancing display, but glitz and glamour on the high seas as Holland America kicks off the first ever "Dancing with the Stars: At Sea" theme cruise.
Well, sit back down on the couch all you holiday revelers, entertainment just got fun again! You can look forward to these exciting new picks for the reality TV market that are coming your way this January as mid-season replacements!
"I applaud the Senate for preserving our sovereignty." -- Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah), after the Senate voted down a United Nations treaty on disability ri...
The finale effectively summed up the journey of each contestant: Shawn continued to break the rules; Melissa gained the confidence to take risks; and Kelly and Val found ways to confess their love to one another at every possible moment.
Hollywood producer Bubba Kaye announced yesterday that Dying with the Stars, his new primetime show, will debut on POX TV in 2013.
The semi-finals of "Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars" brought out the fighting side of the celebrities. With the Mirror Ball trophy in sight and a double elimination hanging over them, the contestants are going all out.