10 items from 2010
Thanksgiving goes to the doggies, as NBC and Purina bring the traditional TV feast of dog breeds to the smallscreen. This was a big year for new breeds at the 2010 National Dog Show presented by Purina and the Kennel Club of Philadelphia. Six newcomers were introduced by hosts David Frei and John O'Hurley who together return to The National Dog Show. Frei always delivers expert canine commentary with newcomer Mary Carillo, while John O'Hurley acts as the dog show emcee. You can read their interview on our site friend The Deadbolt here Over 2,000 of the nation's top dogs are representing more than 150 breeds, including some of the world's largest, smallest and most exotic breeds, all »
- April MacIntyre
Now in its ninth year, the National Dog Show presented by Purina - the second-oldest dog show in the U.S. - will air on NBC immediately following the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade (at noon Et). This year's event will feature several novel twists, including the addition of six new breeds, the return of an old hero and a fresh voice behind the microphone. People spoke to the show's hosts - actor John O'Hurley, dog expert David Frei and sportscaster Mary Carillo - to get the scoop on what to look for during the broadcast. 1. Rufus returns!The 9-year-old bull »
- Aimee Crawford and Kate Hogan
The American Kennel Club has recognized six new breeds that will be competing this year -- the bluetick coonhound, the redbone coonhound, the Boykin spaniel, the Cane Corso, the Icelandic sheepdog and the Leonberger -- but O'Hurley will be appearing with one less dog in his life.
"We had some sad news this year," he tells Zap2it. "Skoshi, our Maltese, finally passed away at the age of 20 years and four months. I guess the oldest dog in the world was 21, but he was getting up there. We had to, but it was kind of a sad day."
O'Hurley's household does still include a Havenese and a King Charles spaniel.
"They're doing great," says O'Hurley. "They sleep with us at night, and now we »
In the summer of 2005, former "Seinfeld" star John O'Hurley -- most recently the host of "Family Feud" and a Broadway performer -- competed in the first season of ABCs "Dancing With the Stars" with pro partner Charlotte Jorgensen, finishing second in a disputed finale to "General Hospital" star Kelly Monaco and her pro partner, Alec Mazo.
ABC brought the two back in the fall for the show's only dance-off so far, which O'Hurley wound up winning.
(That would mean that Bristol Palin would be the next to be eliminated during the results show on Tuesday, Nov. 16.)
"I think that's going to be your final," he says, "those three."
Asked which of the trio would get his vote, »
Dancing With the Stars celebrated its 200th episode Monday and as promised, the ballroom was crammed with more sequins and former celebrity contestants than ever to mark the momentous occasion. The excitement of the milestone anniversary only enhanced the performances of season 11's remaining six couples. Each pair performed one solo dance and one cha cha as a team (the two teams were led by former champs Kristi Yamaguchi and Apolo Anton Ohno). Team Apolo's hip-hop inspired cha cha with Kurt Warner, Brandy and Jennifer Grey earned 27 out of 30 points, outdoing Bristol Palin, Rick Fox and Kyle Massey, who received 24 points as Team Kristi. »
- Monica Rizzo
TV Notes - ER Beauty Maura Tierney moves to ABC and will star in a legal drama titled "The Whole Truth." She also currently has a recurring role in the FX drama "Rescue Me." Maura will be replacing Joely Richardson as the female lead of the series. Richardson dropped out to spend more time with her family. This will be Tierney's first return to television since recovering from breast surgery and cancer treatments.More TV - Fashion designer Victoria Beckham (pictured) will be animated for a new SpongeBob SquarePants episode. The 36-year-old star will be animated for a new special episode called The Clash of Triton, which will be shown in the Us on July 5 on Nickelodeon. Beckham will be taking on the role of Queen Amphitrite in the 30-minute show on Independence Day weekend. Other stars taking part in the special episode of the hit kids' TV show will be John O'Hurley, »
Whether true or not, Jennifer Lopez has a rep for being a bit of a diva (heck, even we sometimes refer to her that way). But George Lopez? Apparently so, given how G.Lo found himself going head-to-head with J.Lo in the "Not a Diva Olympics" during the Lopez Tonight show on Thursday night. Standing alongside conveyor belts, each Lopez faced three ordinary, everyday tasks—grocery bagging, sandwich-making and diaper-changing—to determine, according to moderator John O'Hurley, "who is the friend of the common man and who is primped like a peacock." While we won't reveal who wins, this showdown should definitely put the diva rumors »
Among classic game shows, Family Feud is one of the most well-known and longest-running institutions. Though it went off the air for a few moments in the '80s and '90s, the 100-people surveys and familial showdowns have remained a touchstone of syndicated TV for the better part of the last generation. Now, as comedian Steve Harvey takes the reins from John O'Hurley, Movieline advises the newest "Number One Answer" man with lessons learned from each host in the show's history. Fear not, Mr. Harvey, we tell you exactly what to retain and what to throw away. Kiss this, Richard Dawson! »
Harvey replaces former host John O'Hurley, who is departing the show after four seasons. Harvey will officially take over the reins next fall, when the current version of the show enters its 12th season.
Harvey is no stranger to the hosting world, having hosted the talent show Steve Harvey's Big Time Challenge for the WB network.
Meanwhile, Harvey will also continue to host his nationally syndicated radio show Steve Harvey Morning Show, heard in 64 markets and by 7 million listeners daily.
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The actress broke off her engagement to the seafood businessman in February and the couple then decided to part ways, according to RadarOnline.com.
They reconciled in November and now they're once again hoping to exchange vows - after Cappuccio proposed for the second time during an island vacation.
She says, "It's a new one (ring)! We just got engaged a few days ago. We got engaged in Bora Bora just last week. It was just awesome. He had a table set up by the water, so we had a private dinner on the beach, then we went swimming with the manta rays. It was awesome! I'm still bubbling."
And the adventurous star is hoping to tie the knot in a wild wedding in Thailand.
She adds, "We're actually thinking we're going to elope but with family and a couple of friends. We thinking about (getting married in) Thailand - because there's a tent camp there that's got elephants - they have an elephant safari. We were thinking we would get married on elephants! We just thought that would be so awesome because we love to travel, so we thought what's more exotic and awesome than getting married on elephants in Thailand?"
10 items from 2010
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