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On TV this Monday: The Voice takes big swings, How I Met Your Mother barks up the wrong tree, Revolution makes a very special delivery and Beckett wants Castle… to tell her the truth about his involvement in a murder. Including TVLine’s original features (always linked within), here are 11 programs to look for tonight.
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- Kimberly Roots
"Bat Out of Hell" rocker and "Celebrity Apprentice" alum Meat Loaf showed his support for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Thursday (Oct. 25) the best way he knows how -- with his voice. However, some folks -- namely those who could hear him -- weren't too impressed with his performance.
Meat Loaf joined forces with country music stars Randy Owens, Big Kenny and John Rich, another "Celebrity Apprentice" vet, at a Romney rally in Defiance, Ohio, to serenade the presidential hopeful with their rendition of "America the Beautiful."
As seen in the video below from NBC, Owens and Rich kept things traditional at first with the number. But there's nothing traditional about Meat Loaf -- unless it's on your dinner table -- who can't be held back by the likes of the song's pesky notes, lyrics and more than a hundred years of history.
"Aaah! Go ahead now brother!" Meat Loaf »
Donald Trump is saying "you're re-hired" to a whole bunch of "Celebrity Apprentice" alum. The lineup for the inaugural installment of "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" was released by NBC on Friday, revealing a litany of fan favorites who will return to compete against each other. Also read: Clay Aiken, Arsenio Hall Among "Celebrity Apprentice 5" Cast Outed Via NYC Sandwich-Selling Contest In addition, winners from the past five seasons of "Celebrity Apprentice" -- CNN personality Piers Morgan, comedienne Joan Rivers, country singer John Rich and late-night host Arsenio Hall -- will serve on the »
- Tim Kenneally
We knew it would come eventually, but it is now official that Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars will be coming to a TV screen near you in just five short months. With the fourteen former contestants announced and ready to give it their second go around, filming is set to begin on Monday with a March premiere.
This time around, The Donald certainly has his hands full with some of the biggest characters and most boisterous contestants returning for the season. So who are these celebrities that Mr. Trump has deemed worthy of the title “All-Stars?” Let’s begin with the men.
After a near win in season 7 of Celebrity Apprentice, country singer Trace Adkins has decided to see if he can take it all this time around. Joining the country singer are actor and famous sibling Stephen Baldwin, magician Penn Jillette, rapper Lil Jon, former NBA basketball player and hall of famer Dennis Rodman, »
- Rachel Brumm
ABC’s all-star version of Dancing With The Stars has struggled to find its footing in the ratings this season. Now it’s NBC‘s turn to try: The network announced today that its upcoming Season 6 of the Donald Trump-hosted Celebrity Apprentice will also feature returning contestants, including previous winner Bret Michaels and original cast member Omarosa. All-Star Celebrity Apprentice‘s cast of 14 includes Michaels, Trace Adkins, Stephen Baldwin, Gary Busey, Penn Jillette, Lil Jon, Dennis Rodman, Dee Snider, Omarosa, Marilu Henner, La Toya Jackson, Claudia Jordan, Lisa Rinna and Brande Roderick. The new season of the Mark Burnett-produced series also will include for the first time previous winners who return as advisers — another trend in reality competition shows. Piers Morgan, Joan Rivers, John Rich and Arsenio Hall are back in those new roles. »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Titus Welliver is the latest actor to board the cabler’s apocalyptic drama pilot, Deadline reports.
From big-screen mega-producer Michael Bay, the action/adventure project follows a Navy crew facing a new existence after a pandemic destroys most of Earth’s population. Welliver joins as Mike Slattery, second in command to Eric Dane‘s Captain Tom Chandler.
- Megan Masters
Get ready, New York because the circus is coming back to town. The next season of Celebrity Apprentice will commence filming soon and it will indeed be an All-Stars edition filled with returning players who were just too crazy to keep away. And we can exclusively reveal that former winners Piers Morgan. Joan Rivers, John Rich, and Arsenio Hall will all be returning — but not as contestants. Instead, the four Celebrity Apprentice champs will show up alongside Donald Trump in the Boardroom at some point as advisors. (Don’t worry, Trump offspring Ivanka, Don Jr., and Eric aren’t going anywhere. »
- Dalton Ross
The other networks have found high ratings with singing competitions so it's not surprising that The CW wants to give it a try with The Next: Fame is at Your Doorstep. The TV series features Gloria Estefan, Joe Jonas, John Rich, and Nelly as mentors and typically airs on Thursday nights. There are 10 episodes.
Below are the TV show's ratings for the Summer 2012 season, the best way to tell if The Next will be cancelled or renewed for a second run.
Check out our CW summer ratings report card to see how this show's numbers compare with the others on the network.
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Final season one ratings: 0.3 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 720,000 total viewers. »
The CW's new singing competition show "The Next" crowned its first winner Thursday night (Oct. 4) live from the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles. Who took home the prize?
After each finalist got a chance to give a final performance -- Michael Ray did "Barefoot Blue Jean Night" by Jake Owen, Iliana did "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" by Carole King and Jordan Baird did "So Sick" by Ne-Yo -- country singer Michael Ray was named the winner.
Clay Aiken and John Rich have clashed over the Republican convention on Twitter. Rich accused his fellow The Celebrity Apprentice contestant of making "racist comments" after he tweeted about the audience at the Gop event. The online feud began after Aiken wrote: "Playing drinking game with my brother now. We drink every time we see a black person on screen at the Rnc convention. #soberasamormon." Rich responded angrily, retweeting the message and adding: "You should be ashamed for racist comments like That!Wow." He continued: "I wonder how long it will be till @clayaiken takes that idiotic post down. Clay, you're better than that...I hope. Sincerely, Jr. "And to finish it off, @clayaiken hashtags soberasamormon? I thought your charity was for inclusion, (more) »
- By Catriona Wightman
Too bad John Rich and Clay Aiken never got to battle it out in the boardroom. The singers and Celebrity Apprentice alums (Aiken was runner-up and Rich won the prior season) are duking it out on Twitter over their disparate views of the Republican National Convention, currently underway in Tampa. "Playing drinking game with my brother now. We drink every time we see a black person on screen at the Rnc convention #soberasamormon," Aiken tweeted tonight. Well, Rich isn't letting that comment slide. "We drink every time we see a black person at the Rnc//Clay! You should be ashamed for racist comments like That!Wow," the country singer tweeted back. And he didn't »
No, this isn't the beginning of a joke, although Jonas recognizes it could be.
"I've spent many late nights with those three," said the singer. "After a show we'll go out together and it's funny to see the faces on people. They must think we're the most bizarre group to be hanging out."
Each of the first six episodes finds the artists traveling to a different city - Orlando, Baltimore, New York, Chicago, Dallas and Los Angeles - and working with musicians that have a strong local following.
Each is assigned an act, spends 72 hours with it and then all four compete against each »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
Joe Jonas aims to please, ladies and gentlemen! The middle Jonas brothers' new reality show The Next debuted last week, and it's safe to say that out of the four celebrity mentors, the pop sensation is a clear favorite. (Sorry, Nelly and Gloria Estefan!) So what happens when fellow mentor John Rich suggests a way for the crowd to get even more excited by Joe? Well, in this exclusive sneak peek from an episode set to air in September, Joe showing off his underwear seems to do the trick! "I mean every time Joe comes up on the scream, every girl is screaming so loud," John says in the clip. "The only that that I can imagine that would make the girls scream any louder for Joe is if you had »
This Thursday marks the premiere of the new CW singing competition The Next where superstar mentors Nelly, Gloria Estefan, John Rich and Joe Jonas travel the country to prep unknown artists for a chance at winning a contract with Atlantic Records.
Nelly sat down with Ology to talk about his experience on the show and what we can expect from the talent and the mentors this season.
Ology: So how did you get involved with the show?
Nelly: I’ve known Dave [Broome] for a minute as a producer. We worked on some other things previously. He just gave me a call, and thought it might be something I’d be cool with. I was real iffy at first (laughs), but we talked about how the show was going to go, how it was going to be different than the other shows, »
- Sharon Tharp
Joe Jonas has expressed interest in appearing on Dancing with the Stars in the future. The singer revealed on Access Hollywood Live on Monday (August 13) that he has been approached by Dancing with the Stars producers in the past, but was never able to fit the show into his schedule. "I would do it [now]," Jonas declared, adding: "It would be awesome!" He continued: "I think I have been asked, but I was a little busy, but I'd be up for it, why not?" Jonas will next appear with Nelly, Gloria Estefan and John Rich on The Next: Fame Is at Your Doorstep, where each will help an aspiring musician compete for an Atlantic Records deal. The 22-year-old star said that he greatly enjoyed the show's scouting (more) »
- By Justin Harp
Joe Jonas and Nelly have joined The CW’s new reality competition series, The Next: Fame Is at Your Doorstep, as celebrity mentors.
Formerly titled The Star Next Door, the singing competition follows four recording artists — the aforementioned duo plus the previously announced Gloria Estefan and John Rich — as they find talent all over the nation and then immerse themselves into their day-to-day lives as they ready them for live TV sing-offs.
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The Next is slated to premiere later this summer.
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- Megan Masters
The CW's music competition series The Next: Fame is at Your Doorstep has rounded out the cast of its mentors, tapping singer-actor Joe Jonas and rapper Nelly to serve alongside Gloria Estefan and John Rich. Story: CW Bulks Up for Summer With Music Competition Show The Next (previously The Star Next Door) hails from Queen Latifah and exec producers Dave Broome (The Biggest Loser) and Shakim Compere, will feature a nationwisde search for undiscovered artists on the bring of stardom. The mentors will travel the country and immerse themselves in the lives and local culture of performers as they
- Lesley Goldberg
Comedian Lisa Lampanelli and "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Teresa Giudice both got the axe on "The Celebrity Apprentice" Sunday (May 6), leaving Arsenio Hall, Clay Aiken and Lisa's right-hand girl, Aubrey O'Day, to battle it out for the final two spots. And Lisa, for one, says she was expecting to be fired.
"I'm not gonna lie to you, I saw it coming," Lisa tells Zap2it. "The relief I think showed in my face. ... I can go home, take off my Spanx and let it all hang out."
Known for abrasive comedic roasts of celebrities like Donald Trump, Lisa showed a surprisingly sensitive side on "Celebrity Apprentice." But as previously eliminated contestant Penn Jillette pointed out, comedians can actually be a pretty delicate lot. And it proved to be the nail in the coffin for Lisa, as past "Celebrity Apprentice" winner John Rich and runner-up Marlee Matlin suggested Lisa »
With the cast being down to five people, Trump decided to send two celebrities packing after poor performances, states RadarOnline.com. It ended up being ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ star Teresa Giudice and Lisa Lampanelli who were let go.
Teresa was fired as her team lost the challenge, but Lampanelli was fired after former winner John Rich and runner-up Marlee Matlin came in to interview the contestants and choose who couldn’t make it.
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- Molly Sullivan
With the season finale just two weeks away, Donald Trump fired two more celebrities! Did the right contestants survive? Arsenio Hall found himself in yet another boardroom battle on the May 6 episode of The Celebrity Apprentice, only this time it wasn't Aubrey O'Day on the receiving end of his fit -- it was Project Manager Teresa Giudice! He called her out for her poor leadership skills, while Teresa accused him of not bringing anything to the table. Ultimately, the celeb who ended up hearing Donald Trump's two favorite words was... Teresa! "It was a good experience," Teresa said. "I wanted to prove to people that there's more to me than just a housewife." Arsenio and Aubrey tried to play a little trick on Lisa Lampanelli, telling her Aubrey was the one who got canned, but the Queen of Mean -- and the one I had put my money on »
- Andy Swift
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