10 items from 2017
There are so many reasons we love Riverdale: the soundtrack, the drama, but most importantly, the incredibly talented cast. With so many strong performances in each episode, it's hard to believe that for many, this is their big break. Aside from Cole Sprouse, who developed quite the résumé as a child actor, most of the actors behind the famous Archie Comics characters are generally unrecognizable. In fact, for many of the young stars, this is their first role. One of them is Casey Cott, who plays Betty's gay best friend, Kevin. The actor's only other credit is a guest-starring role on season 18, episode 19 of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (which airs on May 17). Even though Riverdale is his first introduction to Hollywood, he actually has a lot of experience under his belt. Aside from performing in a variety of theater productions during his time at Carnegie Mellon School of Drama, »
- Kelsie Gibson
Celebrities took to Twitter to react to Bill O’Reilly getting fired by Fox News.
O’Reilly worked at the cable news network for 21 years and was considered one of the faces of the network. He was let go Wednesday afternoon in light of numerous sexual harassment allegations.
“After a thorough and careful review of the allegations, the Company and Bill O’Reilly have agreed that Bill O’Reilly will not be returning to the Fox News Channel,” Fox News parent company 21st Century Fox said in a statement.
As host of “The O’Reilly Factor,” O’Reilly often made polarizing comments on race, religion, women, and other hot button topics.
Outspoken liberals like Cher and Rosie O’Donnell immediately drew correlations between O’Reilly and President Trump, who continues to face sexual harassment allegations, including a recent defamation lawsuit by a former “Apprentice” contestant.
“3 Famous Old Men…Roger Ailels, Bill »
- Lawrence Yee
Normani Kordei completely stole the show during Dancing With the Stars's Disney night on Monday. The Fifth Harmony singer was the epitome of fierce as she danced to "I'll Make a Man Out of You" from Mulan alongside her partner, Val Chmerkovskiy. Not only was her paso doble practically perfect, but she managed to bring her own flair with some sassy high kicks. Even better? Donny Osmond, who appeared on the movie's original soundtrack and won season nine of DWTS, even made a special appearance for the number. The rest of the competition better watch out, because Normani means business. »
- Kelsie Gibson
It was Disney Week on Monday's Dancing With the Stars, and that meant a lot of beautiful costumes, intricate dances, ornate set designs and a whole lot of nostalgia-fueled magic.
Check out which stars paid the most epic tribute to the Disney classics that inspired their routines, and which contestant was sent home after a night of impressive performances.
Watch: 'DWTS' Week 5 Preview: Bonner Bolton's 'Very Different' Tango, Normani Kordei's 'Macho' Moves & More!
1. Rashad Jennings Shows Off His Beast Side
While the performance -- which was based on Belle's iconic ballroom dance with the eponymous Beast -- was majestic, many of the judges felt Jennings' footwork and timing could have used improvement, and they ended up with a score of 32 out of 40, one »
In the highly likely event that you’re still recovering from last week’s Most Memorable Year theme, Dancing With the Stars followed that up on Monday with the perfect chaser: Disney Night. (Thanks, corporate synergy!)
This week, it was once again time to bust out the Mickey Mouse ears and CGI’d woodland creatures, as each contestant performed a routine inspired by Disney’s box office successes. (In other words: literally any Disney movie.)
Below, let’s run through the evening’s strongest and weakest dances:
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Best Of The Night
Normani Kordei and »
"Who is this person? Has Donny approved of him?" Magnolia Pictures has debuted an official trailer for an indie comedy titled I Love You Both, from writer/director Doug Archibald. The film follows two twins, Krystal and Donny, who have been codependent their entire lives, still living together in a converted one bedroom house. They both meet and start dating the same nice guy, and are forced to figure out what to do with their lives on their own. Kristin Archibald and Doug Archibald star as Krystal and Donny, along with Lucas Neff as Andy, Artemis Pebdani, Angela Trimbur, Kate Berlant, Justin Michael Terry, and Charlene Archibald. This looks quirky and spunky and sweet, but hopefully not too campy. Have fun. Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Doug Archibald's I Love You Both, direct from YouTube: Twins, Krystal and Donny, have been codependent their entire lives, still living together »
- Alex Billington
The magic of Disney is coming to life in the ballroom!
It's week five of Dancing With the Stars, and the remaining nine couples will each be dancing to catchy tunes while dressed as some of the brand's most iconic characters as "Disney Night" kicks off Monday at 8 p.m. Et on ABC.
Ahead of their sure-to-be fun, lively and energetic performances, Et's breaking down everything you need to know!
Watch: 'Dancing With the Stars' Week 4 Dance Recap: Best Lifts, Kicks, Tricks and Flips!
Who's on top of the leaderboard?
Who's in danger of elimination?
Erika Jayne and Gleb Savchenko were in the bottom two last week, and after receiving the lowest score (30/40) from the judges during Most Memorable Year night, we have a feeling this might be it for #TeamPrettyXxspensive. However, [link »
Just like the moms and dads of human babies, puppy parents always have a photo of their child on hand to show off.
So it’s no surprise that on National Puppy Day, social media is clogged with photos of precious puppers and praise from their owners.
Among those proud parents are plenty of celebrity dog owners who are happy to celebrate their sweet little fluffy balls.
Even if some of these canines are past puppy age, their famous folks don’t care, because to them they will always be their babies.
Take a look at how Betty White, Usher »
- Kelli Bender
It seems like everybody wants to recreate their old parts with John Goodman today. The actor—who showed up earlier this morning on Sara Gilbert’s The Talk, spoofing their old roles together on Roseanne—received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame this afternoon, with his Big Lebowski co-star Jeff Bridges scheduled to give an introductory speech. But, as noted by Variety, Bridges only stuck around for as long as it took him to pass Goodman a bowling bag and put on a familiar-looking knit sweater; it was The Dude himself, Jeff Lebowski, who actually gave the speech.
Referring to Goodman interchangeably as “a good man” and as his Ptsd-afflicted alter-ego, Walter Sobchak, Bridges delivered an aptly rambling tribute to his old friend. Cribbing liberally from Donny’s eulogy from the classic Coen brothers film, he praised Goodman as “a man of his times, a man of our »
- William Hughes
“I’m learning something new about her every day,” says Herjavec, 54. “She’s starting a business right now, and I can’t believe how committed she is and how hard working she is. I always knew she was, but it’s scary to go into a different field you haven’t gone before. She’s approaching it with the same »
- Christina Dugan
10 items from 2017
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