This week on Dancing With the Stars rock 'n' roll -- and obsessive amounts of guy-liner -- took center stage in the ballroom, and the judges were not so impressed, as they dished out some of their lowest scores -- and harshest critiques -- of the season.
I really hope Maks and William can both stay long enough for "Dancing With the Stars" to organize a sexy dance-off between the two of them. And by dance-off, I really mean ass-off.
There are some definite contenders in Season 14's new crop of dancers ... but who came out on top in the premiere might surprise you.
News in Color contributor Hazel Jones shares her thoughts about Bank of America's recent fee increases, Sarah Palin's decision not to run for President, the n-word controversy on The View, and the untimely passing of Steve Jobs.
I confess. I'm cheating on Barbara Walters.The other woman in my life -- or should I say women -- are Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb.
Girls Who Rule the World will provide 100 teen girls in Georgia the opportunity to learn about professional etiquette, appropriate dress, and making the right sexual choices to decrease health risks.
Television networks have a responsibility to show African-Americans in something other than a comedy.
It's a little known fact that from birth, most black girls in inner cities are groomed for the possibility of being the "window character" to the white heroine in a romantic comedy.
Three-and-a-half minutes on The View were the source of enough misinformation to damage the conversation regarding blacks and gays for a while. How about including the voice of black gays?
What makes the beautiful, curvaceous comic and actress so relatable, is that she knows how to relay anecdotes with a disarming wit as she transcends politics and aims right at the truth.
The Primetime Emmy Awards showed that women writers on a comedy or variety series are a rare and endangered species. Only seven of the 81 writers were women.
Diets, weddings and big fights! The all new celebrity weeklies hit newsstands today -- and there is something for everybody. Which is your favorit...
Your bathroom scale measures the force of attraction between you and the earth, and that force is called your weight. If you look at it in those terms, it takes the emphasis off fat and puts it on gravitational pull.
To hear Sherri and Elisabeth quack on and on about "Darwinism", you'd think it was just the latest fad -- like skinny jeans or the Atkins diet -- something to be amused by but skeptical of.
It's 2009, and we're living in a changed world. I'm not talking about recessions, I'm talking about Barbara Walters, Sherri Shepherd, Joy Behar and Elisabeth Hasselbeck recommending vibrators on The View.
Times are hard, and our trusted TV hosts, who should know better, are becoming unglued.