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An actress who played Rose in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" and starred in the '70s show "Love American Style" claims Bill Cosby stuck his penis in her mouth in her dressing room before an appearance on Johnny Carson's "Tonight Show."68-year-old Louisa Moritz tells TMZ ... she was at the NBC studios in New York in 1971, waiting in the green room for her appearance on the show. She says there was a knock at the door, »
- TMZ Staff
Was there a dry eye in the ballroom on Monday night? Dancing With the Stars said goodbye to Tommy Chong, one of the series' most beloved contestants in recent memory during the semi-finals, and while many of the ABC reality hit's fans were sad to see the 76-year-old Cheech & Chong star go, no one was sadder than Peta Murgatroyd, his partner. After being eliminated from the competition, a teary-eyed Peta told E! News she's "so proud" of Tommy. "I guess it just like floored me, with like how loved he is," she said. "I am so in love with him right now. I just love him so much." Tommy admitted he was surprised to make it as far as he did on DWTS, but »
Comedian Tommy Chong performed his final two dances on Monday night’s Dancing With the Stars, leaving four semifinal contestants to vie for the season 19 Mirrorball Trophy next week. “I love music and I’ve got rhythm. All they needed was to have someone like me to show them how to use that rhythm,” Chong said about his run on the dance reality show. “I love dancing. I loved learning all the dances. You can’t name one dance where I would say I hated it. There’s a lot of dances that were difficult, but the dance world is so special.
- Natalie Stone
How did you do predicting this week's "Dancing With the Stars" semifinals? Nine of our users – myself included – answered all three of this week's questions correctly, forecasting the night's highest scorer, lowest scorer, and elimination. -Break- 'DWTS' shocker: Lea Thompson eliminated during quarterfinals Janel Parrish finished on top of the judges' leaderboard for the third week in a row, while Tommy Chong was once again at the bottom. Chong was also sent home, which leaves Sadie Robertson as the lowest scoring contestant going into next week's finals. The users who foresaw all three results were Denton, Hummingbird Amber, Cordell Martin, tonyrandall, Nic, brunoalv, Dehlavi, Eric Yeaman, and me. Of those, Denton scored the most game points because of advantageous odds at the time he made his predictions. That moves Denton into second place behind alokin on our overall leaderboard. Martin is in fifth plac...' »
It's down to the final four on Season 19 of "Dancing with the Stars."
(Spoiler Alert! This story contains the elimination results from Monday's "DWTS.")
The quarterfinals marked the end of Tommy Chong and Peta Murgatroyd's memorable "Dancing" journey. Carrying on to next week's semi-finals are Bethany Mota and Derek Hough, Janel Parrish and Valentin Chmerkovskiy, Alfonso Ribeiro and Witney Carson, and Sadie Robertson and Mark Ballas.
Photos: ‘Dancing With The Stars’ Season 19, Vol. 2
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Dancing With The Stars is rocketing towards its final episodes, and the competition has never been hotter as the show's best couples performed some of their most impressive dances on Monday night's jaw-dropping episode.
The big story going into this week was Alfonso Ribeiro's back injury, which he suffered during rehearsals earlier this week. Everyone tuned in to see how it would affect his performance, but it seemed to only make him stronger and more determined.
Video: Alfonso Ribeiro Injured During 'DWTS' Rehearsal
The night was filled with laughs, inspiring routines and elegance, but not without some missteps. Let's check out the best, worst and weirdest moments of the evening.
Bethany and Derek's Adorable RomCom Dance- Bethany Mota and Derek Hough have been nailing their dances week after week, and this episode was no exception. However, they upped their game with a fun, romantic story to frame their dance. Derek had to »
A number of intriguing questions lingered going into Week 10 – beyond the usual, “Whaaaa? The semi-finals are already here?” – of Dancing With the Stars: Would a rumored groin injury be the downfall of one of Season 19’s shiniest stars, Alfonso Ribeiro? Could 76-year-old Tommy Chong continue to defy the odds, the judges and his own ballroom limitations to escape elimination yet again? Might the remaining trio of fierce and fabulous females — Sadie Robertson, Janel Parrish, and Bethany Mota – reach next week’s finale?
With the Mirrorball trophy so tantalizingly close, tonight’s live show required our celebs to perform two dances, »
Tonight's elimination/performances show, kicked off with them revealing that the couples would be dancing to the same song twice tonight. However, one version of the song, would be plugged and the other version, would be unplugged. Sadie Robertson & Mark Ballas kicked off the plugged performances with a very strong Quickstep routine that landed theme a solid 37 out of 40 score from the judges. Tommy Chong & Peta Murgatroyd performed a Jazz number that got them another mediocre 28 score from the judges. Bethany Mota & Derek Hough delivered Samba dance that landed them a good 36 score. Janel Parrish & Val Chmerkovskiy rocked out a great Paso Doble routine that actually turned out to be perfect with a 40 out 40 score! Alfonso Ribeiro & Witney Carson danced the Argentine Tango for a lovely 36 grade. Sadie Robertson & Mark Ballas gave us a very good Argentine Tango number for an awesome 37 score to round out the plugged performances After a break, »
The final five couples took to the stage for this week's Dancing with the Stars semi-finals, and while each duo had impressive performances, one couple had to be sent home. This week Tommy Chong and Peta Murgatroyd took their final bows on the dance floor after performing two dances to different types of music - one plugged and the other unplugged - for this week's theme. "I've just showed that old stoners can perform when they need to!" joked Chong during his final send-off. Here's how the couples fared: Round OneSadie Robertson and Mark Ballas. After having her confidence shaken last week, »
- Gabrielle Olya, @GabyOlya
In this brand-new footage of the rehearsal during which he injured himself, Ribeiro is seen limping and needing his partner Witney Carson just to stand up and walk.
"It took my breath away," the 43-year-old Fresh Prince of Bel-Air star says about the injury. "I started to feel incredible pain in my lower back, and every movement just started to just hurt more and more."
Video: Will Alfonso Ribeiro Miss the 'DWTS' Semi-Finals?!
"You know, I really want to keep going," he adds. "But I just don't know if my body's going to let me continue."
But he's definitely not throwing in the towel just yet.
"Hey #TeamWitfonso thanks 4 all the love," he tweeted Saturday. "I'm working really hard to be able to dance Monday. Keep the prayers coming. Love you all »
Last week we had to bid a fond adieu to Lea Thompson and her ageless legs. She was so much fun to watch and I will really miss watching her and Artem’s on-camera friendship. Tonight on Dancing With The Stars, the five remaining couples will dance two routines during “Plugged/Unplugged” night. The semi-finalists: Tommy Chong, Bethany Mota, Janel Parrish, Alfonso Ribeiro, and Sadie Robertson will perform to two different versions of the same song. In the first round of the competition, the couples will perform a Jazz, Quickstep, Samba, Paso Doble or Argentine Tango to an original or “plugged” … Continue reading →
The post Preview: Dancing With the Stars “Plugged/Unplugged” Night appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Kellie Freeze
In last week's "Dancing With the Stars" quarterfinals, America voted out one of Alfonso Ribeiro's top competitors, former ballerina Lea Thompson, so it should be smooth sailing for him on the way to the mirror ball trophy, right? Maybe not. An already unpredictable season could be upended yet again, because Ribeiro was injured while training for Monday night's semifinals, calling into question his ability to compete. Is it time to change your predictions? -Break- Tommy Chong survives on 'DWTS': Did you predict shocking ouster? Use our drag-and-drop menu at the bottom of this post to forecast who will get the axe. Or click here to predict that as well as who will be the week's highest scorer, lowest scorer, and who will win the season. Your predictions determine our racetrack odds, and you score points for every right answer (click here to see our leaderboard). Ribeiro recently tweeted, "Hey #TeamWitfonso thanks 4 all the lo. »
The injury-plagued Alfonso Ribeiro may have danced his last paso doble. People has confirmed that the 43-year-old actor is now battling another injury after having pulled a groin muscle earlier this season. As a result, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air star remains under medical supervision and may not be able to perform on Monday - or the rest of the season. According to TMZ, Ribeiro hurt his back Wednesday after over-compensating for the groin injury he endured earlier this year while performing his iconic dance, The Carlton. He reportedly skipped another rehearsal Thursday so he could take further tests. »
- Lynette Rice, @lynetterice
The King Baggot Tribute is this Friday, November 14th at 7pm at Webster University’s Winifred Moore Auditorium. A 35mm print of Ivanhoe (1913) starring King Baggot will screen with live music by The Rats and People Motion Picture Orchestra. The screening will be followed by an illustrated lecture on the life and career of King Baggot, which will be followed by the screening of Tumbleweeds (digital source 1925), directed by King Baggot with piano accompaniment by Matt Pace. Ticket information for the event can be found Here.
Hollywood Cinematographer Stephen King Baggot, also known as King Baggot III, is a retired cinematographer and news cameraman born in 1943. Like his father and grandfather before him, he was always billed onscreen as simply ‘King Baggot’. The first King Baggot (1879-1948) was at one time Hollywood’s most popular star, known in his heyday as ‘King of the Movies’ ,’The »
- Tom Stockman
After wrapping up his suggestive dance with Sharna Burgess and Peta Murgatroyd on Monday night's episode of Dancing with the Stars, Tommy Chong capped things off with a suggestive remark to the judges - which had the audience roaring with laughter but left Burgess and Murgatroyd looking mortified. What was he thinking?! People caught up with the Cheech & Chong star, 76, backstage after the show to ask him just that. And it turns out he's been reining himself in this whole season - acting out in rehearsals but holding back on the show in the interest of decorum. Well, that went out the window Monday night. »
- Tim Nudd, @nudd
Dancing With the Stars waved farewell to veteran dancer Lea Thompson and surprised Tommy Chong with semifinal standing and Sadie Robertson with a tear-filled perfect score on Monday night. Though the Switched at Birth actress and director scored a combined 70/80 from her and pro partner Artem Chigvintsev’s samba and trio round Paso Doble, “America’s Choice” night sent the two home in the quarterfinals. “I definitely inspired myself,” Thompson said. “The dancing was great. It was so fun. I’ll never forget it.” The mother of two, who received immense praise for her toned physique, set out to
- Natalie Stone
Tommy Chong had the lowest score going into this week's quarterfinals on "Dancing With the Stars," but the live show opened with the announcement that Chong was safe from elimination. Judging from the reaction of him and pro partner Peta Murgatroyd, he didn't see that coming. Did you? -Break- 'DWTS' shocker: Did you predict another perfect score for Janel Parrish? Six of our users did: tonyrandall, Cordell Martin, Mike Warren, TopChefFan, dsps84, and Ryan Lapierre correctly predicted all of this week's outcomes, including the surprise elimination of Lea Thompson. She was second-to-last in the judges' scores last week, which has been one of the most perilous spots for contestants this season, while last place has been a surprise good-luck charm: stars at the bottom have only been eliminated twice. Thompson's elimination was especially surprising given where she stood in our users' predictions for the mirror ball trophy. B »
Tommy Chong was injured, but he was able to dance twice last night and hasn't been eliminated on Dancing with the Stars 2014, he and partner Peta Murgatroyd have advanced to the top five. One of America's favorite stoners cramped up last week and said he needed to drink more water to keep the pain away. "It was me. I was dumb," Tommy Chong told E! News last week. "I didn't drink enough water, so I got cramps." Last night Tommy Chong and dance partner Peta Murgatroyd danced the Viennese Waltz (watch the video below) and the judges scores were three 7's and an 8 for a total score of 29. For the trio dances Tommy and Peta partnered with Sharna Burgess do dance the Samba and the judges scores were all 7's for a total of 28. Even though he was the low score for the night, Tommy survived with votes from fans. »
Dancing with the Stars on Monday night featured the six remaining couples dancing one "America's Choice" dance and a trio with one of the other pros.
Dancing With The Stars Recap
Alfonso Ribeiro and Witney Carson danced a foxtrot Monday night. The two brought a combination of class and fun to the ballroom routine. However, it doesn’t particularly stand out as much as dances in this late stage in the competition should. Scores: 9+9+9+10=37
Taking on the Viennese Waltz this week was Tommy Chong and Peta Murgatroyd. Though he’s been shaky the last couple of weeks, the veteran comedian gave a solid performance, stumbling just once towards the end of the routine. Scores: 7+8+7+7=29
Per America’s request, Lea Thompson and Artem Chigvintsev did a samba while channeling sexy cats. Lea, taking the advice from the judges, made an effort to let go a bit more throughout the dance. But, »
(Spoiler alert: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Monday night's “America's Choice”-themed episode of ABC's “Dancing With the Stars.”) While we thought we had at least one more week before things would get interesting on “Dancing With the Stars,” we were proven wrong. The lowest hanging fruit among the remaining contestants may have seemed obvious, but that's not who went home in the first real surprise elimination of the season. See photos: YouTube's 25 Biggest Stars Producers wasted no time in revealing that viewers were in for a shocking elimination by announcing Tommy Chong and his professional partner Peta. »
- Jason Hughes
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