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Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Peta Murgatroyd posed for pics with Maks' brother Val and his girlfriend, Jenna Johnson, on Sunday night, as they enjoyed a stylish night out at Craig's restaurant in Los Angeles.
Photo: Mr. Photoman / Fern / Splash News
Watch the video below to see what the dancing pros remember as their favorite moment from the big day.
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Drew Scott is trading suits for dancing shoes! The Property Brothers host joined season 25 of Dancing with the Stars alongside #TeamHotProperty partner Emma Slater and is sharing his journey exclusively with People. Check back each week for photos, videos and more, straight from the Hgtv vet. Here, his top moments from week 4:
Tonight is a very special night – I’ll be showing through dance my Most Memorable moment. I’m happy and excited to share it with my family in the audience and all my fans. Thanks Emma Slater for helping make it come to life.
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- Megan Stein
Vanessa Hudgens gets showered with love!
The 28-year-old singer and actress was surprised by her family backstage at the So You Think You Can Dance season 14 finale on Monday night.
"I can't. I love my family so so much. This is how they greeted me after the finale last night lol," she captioned an Instagram video on Tuesday where she's seen walking into her dressing room as everyone yells and throws rose petals.
"Last night performing on the finale of so you think you can dance!!!!" the singer captioned an Instagram slideshow of pics from the finale.
Watch her stunning performance, with choreography by Mandy Moore, in the video below.
See below for more on Hudgens.
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Drew Scott is trading suits for dancing shoes! The Property Brothers host joined season 25 of Dancing with the Stars alongside #TeamHotProperty partner Emma Slater and is sharing his journey exclusively with People. Check back each week for photos, videos and more, straight from the Hgtv vet.
It’s another big night… and I’ve pulled my hamstring during rehearsal!! The steps have been getting trickier and we’ve been pushing harder than ever. I’m getting as much rest as I can until tonight’s performance.
Related: Drew and Jonathan Scott Surprise Their Parents with a Vow Renewal in Scotland: »
- Drew Scott
Last weekend was a major one in Hollywood, thanks to the 2017 Emmys!
Photo: Invision/Arnold Turner and Willy Sanjuan
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Debra Messing made sure to keep Zyrtec on hand to keep allergies at bay as she got ready for Emmy weekend events on Sept. 16.
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Julianne Hough, Nina Dobrev and Lea Michele kicked off the weekend by meeting up at the pre-Emmy Variety and Women in Film 2017 TV bash, at Gracias Madre in West Hollywood, California, on Sept. 15, where guests sipped on specialty Svedka Vodka cocktails during the soiree, which was presented »
Drew Scott is trading suits for dancing shoes! The Property Brothers host joined season 25 of Dancing with the Stars alongside partner Emma Slater and is sharing his journey exclusively with People. Check back each week for photos, videos and more, straight from the Hgtv vet.
It’s the day of the premiere and Emma and I feel ready. We’ve practiced long and hard the past few weeks and can’t wait to rock the trot on the dance floor. I’m nervous, but most of all really proud of what Emma and I have accomplished (of course, it’s »
- Drew Scott
The newlyweds attended their friends, Ashley and Johnny’s, wedding in Lake Como, Italy, on Saturday -- and took to social media to show off their fabulous ensembles.
“Wedding time with my loves. So happy to celebrate Ashley and Johnny! #nosleeptillcomo,” Murgatroyd captioned her fabulous Instagram slideshow. The Dancing With the Stars pro looked exquisite in a bright red, strapless maxi gown, which she accessorized with a black choker and cherry lips. Meanwhile, Chmerkovskiy looked dapper in a crisp white button-up shirt and black suit.
The 37-year-old dancer also shared a handful of snaps on his Instagram, showing off his beautiful lady.
On Friday, the 19-year-old Dancing With the Stars champ shared an adorable picture on of herself and Powell with rings on that special finger -- but it isn't what you think!
"When diamonds are out of your budget ... buy ring pops instead! Just found out that it is #InternationalDiamondDay! »
Though Oz will continue to appear in reruns of the cooking-themed daytime talk show through August, she and ABC have agreed that she will exit ahead of the Season 7 premiere on Tuesday, Sept. 5.
“It has been so much fun having lunch with you on TV’s most delicious daytime show for the past six seasons, and I am immensely grateful to have found dear friends in my co-hosts and our team. I have had the »
Is Arrow‘s Felicity going into business? What drama is Grey’s Anatomy prescribing for Jo? What can Rumbelle fans expect from Once Upon a Time‘s “reset”? Is Criminal Minds‘ Reid a changed man? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
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“That was something we wanted to do last year, and then we got sort of seduced by the Helix storyline, »
The Dancing With the Stars pro took to Instagram on Sunday to share a cuddly new pic with her man.
"Because he takes care of me when I'm sicker than a dog »
On Tuesday, the 20-year-old wakeboarder posted an adorable photo to Instagram of himself and Irwin in the water together. "Happy #NationalGirlfriendDay. Couldn't imagine going on these incredible adventures with anyone else," he captioned the image. "Thank you for making every moment so precious."
Watch: Bindi Irwin and Boyfriend Chandler Powell Get Hilariously Photobombed on the Beach
Powell's Instagram is filled with pics and sweet messages for his girlfriend, including a pretty photo of Irwin on her birthday last month. "You see her dancing on the TV, hand feeding crocodiles, running a zoo, and fighting for conservation all while spreading more love, light and happiness than anyone else," he wrote. "After all she works tirelessly for and dedicates herself to, all she asks for in return is a good book »
"D N A. Something about some fruit and some trees.... @iamvalc with first instructions and I just noticed that Shai doesn't have a shirt on.....damn it.....Lmao.....I'm literally laughing as I'm typing this.. »
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The 36-year-old Bachelor star took to Instagram on Sunday to brag about his fiancee raising over $30,000 during her first fundraising event for her charity, No Better You, which seeks to "advance education by providing specialized tools and programs for exceptional learners."
"Couldn't be more proud of my girl @vanessagrimaldi30 for raising over 30k in her first fundraising event for @nobetteryou," Viall captioned a photo of himself at the event with Grimaldi. "Congrats babe!! #happy #proud #charity"
Grimaldi was also thrilled to announce the success of the fundraiser, and shared another photo of herself and Viall from the benefit. "The first @nobetteryou fundraiser was a great success! With over 30k raised, we are looking into opening sensory rooms in 2-3 schools!!" she wrote. "Thank »
Back in 2004, Hal Hartley directed “The Girl from Monday” and tried to launch a website where viewers could watch the film. Since the average internet speed back then was 34 Kbps — about 165 times slower than today’s 5.6 Mbps — that didn’t work so well. “The technology was still a little sticky,” Hartley said. “We ended up distributing it in a more traditional way, where I would travel all over the place with the film and do Q&As.”
With films like “Trust,” “Amateur,” and “Henry Fool,” Hartley’s movies have never been about the money — but he’s always had his eye on the bottom line. He owns 50% of every film he’s made, and constantly seeks to capitalize on technology as a way to achieve independence and financial sustainability.
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With Kickstarter, he raised more than $56,000 on DVD presales for his 2011 film, “Meanwhile,” and then raised a production budget of nearly $400,000 from 1,789 backers for his 2014 film, “Ned Rifle.” “‘Ned Rifle’ became my most successful movie to date, and I didn’t need to share that money,” he said. “It all came directly to me and the crew.”
“Ned Rifle” was the final installment of the Grim family trilogy, one that included “Henry Fool” in 1997 and “Fay Grim” in 2006. The Kickstarter process taught Hartley that he had loyal fans in places like Japan, Australia, Europe, and Taiwan who were invested in his work. Now he’s testing that direct connection with Kickstarter to pre-sell a Grim family box set, complete with subtitles.
“I’m going to do the box set, no matter what,” said Hartley. “I really do want to make this approach to distributing my own film viable on its own. That’s why I’m gambling with this. My gambit here is the subtitling. That’s what is expensive about the undertaking, and why I’m going after $100,000. Four foreign languages translated accurately and sensitively, and then the authoring of that onto the DVD — it gets expensive. I’m just hoping the expense is worth it because it will help films contribute a wider audience around the world.”
Hartley says he’s talked with Atom Egoyan (“Sweet Hereafter,” “Exotica”) about the value of owning their work, since handling the various aspects of the business requires a full-time staff. Sustaining that support requires more work, and Hartley feels fortunate that the world of television has begun opening to him.
“Since I came back to America in 2009, I’ve worked for five years to get people interested in my TV projects – because I’ve been interested in episodic television for a long time,” he saidy. “I was also open to just being a director for hire. I saw a lot of half-hour comedy shows that were well written and said, ‘I can see myself directing that.'”
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The veteran filmmaker got his TV break when he ran into Gregory Jacobs, his former first assistant director who had gone on to work for Steven Soderbergh and got his own television show, “Red Oaks,” on Amazon. Jacobs invited Hartley to direct an episode in season one, then half of the second season (five episodes). Starting next week, he will share season-three directing duties with David Gordon Green and Amy Heckerling.
“On my films, I’m thinking on a hundred different levels at any moment,” said Hartley. “While coming in to direct ‘Red Oaks’ — which is a script I take to very easily, it’s the kind of comedy I know how to do — what they expect of me is just to give it some character, explain to the actors the things that might not be perfectly obvious, and make the day, get all the shots. So it’s nice. I come away from a day’s work feeling good, like I’m a good skilled laborer.”
And is Hartley any closer to getting his own TV show?
“I’m developing something with Amazon. They optioned at least the pilot of my [half hour comedy] show,” said Hartley. “It’s about nuns who make beer to support themselves and they’re social activists, so they are wanted by the cops.”
Hal Hartley’s new Henry Fool Trilogy boxed set is part of Kickstarter Gold, a new initiative bringing back some of the most inventive and successful creators in Kickstarter history. Now through July 31, over 65 exceptional artists, authors, designers, musicians and makers are back as they push ideas and rewards from their past projects in bold new directions. Head here to learn more, and here to browse all the live Kickstarter Gold projects.
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- Chris O'Falt
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Orange Is the New Black, So You Think You Can Dance, Animal Kingdom and The Carmichael Show!
1 | Orange Is the New Black bingers, what from Episodes 7-10 made you queasier: Piscatella ripping the hair out of Red’s scalp with a knife, breaking Alex’s arm with his own bare hands, or seeing that Red had cut off a piece of Humphrey’s thumb?
Sloppy seconds, anyone?
In a surprising move, Facebook is reportedly reviving Loosely Exactly Nicole — an under-appreciated comedy canceled by MTV earlier this year — for a second season, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The series is among many projects the social networking site has planned to beef up its roster of original content.
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Loosely Exactly Nicole starred comedian Nicole Byer (Party Over Here) as herself, chronicling her irreverent misadventures in love and life as she attempts to make it big as an actress in Hollywood. The series also featured Jacob Wysocki »
The 52-year-old naturalist shared a touching tribute to her late husband earlier this week, on what would have been their 25th anniversary.
"Today would have been our 25th wedding anniversary. I miss you so very much, and I am grateful every day for the time we had together," Terri wrote on Twitter alongside a black-and-white photo of the two kissing with an iguana on their heads.
The couple was married for 14 years before Steve died in September 2006 from being pierced in the chest by a stingray barb. Since his death, Terri has stated that she has had no interest in dating; telling Et in 2015 that she still felt "immense love and loyalty to Steve" and already had her "happily ever after."
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