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In great news, Fox has renewed New Girl, The Mindy Project, The Following (okay, that one might not be great) and critical darling Brooklyn Nine Nine.
While that detailed of a demographic breakdown isn’t available, The Oc Weekly argues that Looking is the “perfect show for (straight) women“, praising the show for avoiding tropes like ticking biological clocks and generally tossing out relationship gender roles.
Speaking of Looking, last night’s finale prompts Buzzfeed to ponder the enduring affection gay men have for The Golden Girls. It turns out there’s a good number of diehard fans working on the HBO dramedy.
Former 666 Park Avenue hunk Robert Buckley has joined the CW’s iZombie pilot. He’ll play an environmental engineer, »
- Lyle Masaki
Can the world ever get enough of Derek Hough shirtless? No. Isn't that one of the big reasons you watch Dancing With the Stars? Well, now you can see the hottie show some skin in Make Your Move, an upcoming dance flick that marks his big screen debut. And only we have an exclusive photo of Hough dancing without his shirt on and dancing with his costar, K-Pop megastar BoA. In the movie (in theaters on April 18), a romance blossoms when Donny (Hough) sees Aya (BoA) performing with her hip-hop crew at an underground nightclub in New York City. But in a Romeo and Juliet twist, they find themselves at the center of a bitter rivalry between their brothers' dance clubs. Make »
ABC may have just announced the cast of the 18th season of Dancing With the Stars, but we already have a good idea of who will win - or at least end up in the top three. The show is famous for casting "types," be they Olympians, TV stars from decades past, or reality stars, and, barring unforeseen dancing skills, that usually determines how long the star will last in the competition. This year, ABC announced a twist that will allow the viewers to switch up pro-star pairings, but we doubt that will really throw off our predictions. If anything, it will only force the audience to move the more popular pros (like Derek Hough, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, and Cheryl Burke) to the stars with the best dancing abilities, further cementing the competition for stars who already have dancing skills or athletic prowess. Keep reading to see our breakdown of how »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
New Dancing With The Stars season 18 celebrity cast & pro partners revealed today. Earlier today, on Good Morning America, ABC revealed the all new, celebrity cast for its upcoming "Dancing With The Stars" season 18. One interesting fact is that pro dancer, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, will be returning after quitting the show back in 2012 to pursue other opportunities. I guess that didn't work out too well for him,lol!! Anyways, without any further ado, your new Dancing with the Stars season 18 cast is: The former "Full House" actress ,Candace Cameron Bure, will be paired with pro dancer Mark Ballas. "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star, NeNe Leakes, will be paired with Tony Dovolani. Former "The Wonder Years" star, Danica McKellar, will be partnered with Valentin Chmerkovskiy. World record breaking swimer, Diana Nyad, will be partnered with Henry Byalikov. Superstar comedian and current "The Price Is Right" host, Drew Carey, will be partnered with Cheryl Burke. »
The 2014 Dancing with the Stars line-up has been revealed, check out the list of contestants below along with their dance partners. 'Dancing With The Stars' kicks off on March 17, 2014 on ABC. It's another reality TV crossover for one of the announced contestants, Real Housewives of Atlanta' star NeNe Leakes will compete on DWTS this season. The outspoken Rhoa beauty will try her luck on the dance floor and is set to join the likes of 'Price Is Right' host Drew Carey, former ice hockey player Sean Avery and 'Full House' alumni Candace Cameron Bure on the 18th season of the popular ballroom dancing show. The full line-up was officially unveiled on 'Good Morning America' this morning and features a heavy dose of athletes. Double-amputee snowboarding champion Amy Purdy, who will be partnered with professional dancer Derek Hough, long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad, and Olympic figure skaters Charlie White and »
Can Lando Calrissian dance? That is one of the many questions that will be answered on the upcoming season of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars." The long-running competition show has released the lineup of celebrity hoofers. In addition to Lando himself Billy Dee Williams, "DWTS" will feature Drew Carey, two Olympic gold medalists, a swimming legend and a "Full House" cast member. The new season will feature a new twist called "The Switch Up," in which viewers can vote to swap celebrities and professional dance pairings. Each coupe will be required to swap partners at sometime during the season. "Dancing with the Stars" hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews announced the lineup today on "Good Morning America." The two-hour season premiere airs Monday, March 17 at 8:00 p.m. Et on ABC. Here's the full list of celebrity contestants: - Ex-pro hockey player Sean Avery, who will be paired with Karina Smirnoff »
- Dave Lewis
Season 18 of Dancing with the Stars premieres on March 17, and NeNe Leakes, Winnie from The Wonder Years, and D.J. Tanner will be among this year's contestants. Here is the full list: Amy Purdy and Derek Hough; Billy Dee Williams and Emma Slater; Candace Cameron Bure and Mark Ballas; Charlie White and Sharna Burgess; Cody Simpson and Witney Carson; Danica McKellar and Valentin Chmerkovskiy; Diana Nyad and Henry Byalikov; Drew Carey and Cheryl Burke; James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd; Meryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy; NeNe Leakes and Tony Dovolani; Sean Avery and Karina Smirnoff. »
- Gilbert Cruz
Charlie White and Meryl Davis are heading to Dancing With the Stars. Will these Olympians strike gold on the dance floor? The Olympic gold medalists will be competing against one another this time around. White is paired with Sharna Burgess and Davis will dance with returning pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy. Davis, 27, and White, 26, took home the gold medal at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics for ice dancing and the bronze for the figure skating team event. The two previously won silver at the 2010 Vancouver games. Derek Hough, who is returning to Dancing With the Stars and is partnered with Amy Purdy, was one of White and Davis' choreographers. We'll see if the duo picked up a few of his signature dance »
The new group of stars lacing up their boogie shoes include actress Danica McKellar, singer Cody Simpson, actor Billy Dee Williams, swimmer Diana Nyad, actress/"Real Housewife" Nene Leakes, singer/actor James Maslow, former pro NHL player Sean Avery, Drew Carey, actress Candace Cameron Bure, Charlie White and Meryl Davis, plus Paralympic snowboarder Amy Purdy, who couldn't be there for the announcement.
"We're excited for a little healthy competition," says Davis, of competing against her gold medal-winning ice dancing partner.
The amateur/pro pairings are as follows:
Cody Simpson and Whitney Carson (new pro)
Sean Avery and Karina Smirnoff
Drew Carey and »
var brightcovevideoid = '3291597619001'; From former child stars to young musicians, the 18th season of Dancing with the Stars is filled with an eclectic mix of competitors. But the most interesting may be the casting of Meryl Davis and Charlie White. Davis, 27, and White, 26, ruled the rink at last month's Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, winning the gold medal in ice dancing. Now they'll battle in the ballroom - but against each other for the mirror ball trophy. White will dance with Sharna Burgess, while Davis will shimmy with Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Valentin's brother, who is back after taking last season off. »
- Dahvi Shira
DWTS is back with a new cast! The full season 18 cast of Dancing with the Stars was officially unveiled on Good Morning America on Tuesday, March 4. Season 18 will be getting a bit of a makeover. As previously reported, Brooke Burke-Charvet being replaced by Erin Andrews, and dancing pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy returning to the show. ABC's hit dance reality competition has also secured some tough competitors for this season including several Olympians. Professional dancer Derek Hough also revealed on Gma Tuesday that there will be a [...] »
Dancing With the Stars has announced its star-studded cast for its 18th season, which will include former child stars, Olympic gold medalists, reality TV personalities and a few singers.
Candace Cameron Bure, who played DJ Danner on Full House and Wonder Years actress Danica McKellar have joined the lineup. Cameron Bure will dance with Mark Ballas, while McKellar has been matched with Val Chmerkovskiy.
The Price is Right host Drew Carey will tear up the dance floor with Cheryl Burke. NeNe Leakes, who parlayed her Real Housewives of Atlanta gig into a few TV roles, has been partnered with Tony Dovolani.
Singers Cody Simpson and James Maslow of Big Time Rush will be compeiting for the Mirror Ball trophy this year. Simpson will be dancing with Witney Carson, while Maslow will dance with Peta Murgatroyd. Singer and actor Billy Dee Williams will compete alongside Emma Slater. »
ABC announced the new cast of "Dancing With the Stars" Tuesday morning on "Gma" -- but we got a sneak peek at the list!And with some classic TV and film stars, a couple familiar faces from reality TV, two pop stars and at least one pair of Olympians, it's definitely an interesting bunch.There's also a new twist: everybody will switch partners with America voting on the new pairings!Here are the competitors and their pro partners:- Danica McKellar, Winnie Cooper from "The Wonder Years" & Valentin Chmerkovskiy- Candace Cameron-Bure, DJ Tanner from "Full House," & Mark Ballas- Billy Dee Williams, Lando Calrissian from "Star Wars," & Emma Slater - Sean Avery, Former NHL player and Vogue intern, & Karina Smirnoff- James Maslow, Big Time Rush hunk, & Peta Murgatroyd- Cody Simpson, Pop singer, & Witney Cason- Diana Nyad, Long-distance swimmer, & Henry Byalikov- Charlie White, Olympic gold medalist for ice dancing, »
- tooFab Staff
Maks is back! Maksim Chmerkovskiy is set to return to Dancing With the Stars for its 18th season, an insider exclusively confirms to us. The fan favorite exited the ballroom as a professional dancer after Season 15. (Another source confirms to us that Derek Hough will also be returning to compete in the new season, which premieres March 17.) "Maks will return this season as a pro," a production source tells E! News. "Everyone's looking forward to having him back." Calls to Maks' team were not returned and ABC does not comment on casting rumors. The full cast for the ABC reality hit's new season will be announced on March 4 on Good Morning America. Since leaving the show »
Brooke Burke-Charvet Fired From 'DWTS'?
News of the shakeup broke over the weekend, on Feb. 21, when a both ABC and Burke-Charvet released statements announcing the change. ABC reportedly didn’t even tell Burke-Charvet they were firing her until that very afternoon.
“I have enjoyed seven seasons co-hosting DWTS but understand the need for change considering the position of the show at this juncture. I’ve always been one to embrace change and looking forward to pursuing opportunities I previously wasn’t able to entertain because of contractual obligations to the show. I’ve seen my fair share of shocking eliminations in the ballroom but this one takes the cake,” reads Burke-Charvet’s statement.
Burke-Charvet seemed to confirm the rumors that she was caught completely off guard by her sudden dismissal, »
The "Dancing with the Stars" Season 18 cast will be announced during "Good Morning America" on Tuesday, March 4. The ABC morning show will also identify the professional dance partners for each of the celebrities trying for the Mirror Ball Trophy.
But which stars might appear that morning? While rumors have been unusually quiet during the lead-up to Season 18, a few names -- from Bruce Jenner to Cody Simpson -- have surfaced. Check out the rumor round-up below.
Oscar winners: Early rumors suggested that "Dancing with the Stars" wanted an Oscar-winner/nominee season. That doesn't seem particularly likely at this point, as no specific stars have been rumored.
Brooke Burke-Charvet is getting the last laugh after Friday's "Dancing With the Stars" shakeup!Just two days after the 42-year-old co-host was fired from the hit ABC show, she took to Twitter to joke about her exit. "Here's the skinny - The show found out Harold Wheeler, the band, Rob & me were putting together our own road show, so they fired us all!" she tweeted.She later added, "Off to bed with my sense of humor. I was totally kidding Tweeties. Night nite! Sweet dreams."Burke-Charvet reportedly had no idea her job was on the line, and that ABC informed her about the decision Friday afternoon. "I have enjoyed seven seasons co-hosting 'DWTS' but understand the need for change considering the position of the show at this juncture," the mother-of-four said in a statement. "I've always been one to embrace change and looking forward to pursuing opportunities I previously wasn't »
- tooFab Staff
Erin Andrews, "DWTS" Season 10 alum, will replace Brooke, according to People.
Like Brooke, the 35-year-old sportscaster has competed on the show (with pro partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy).
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Brooke Burke-Charvet, a former winner and host of Dancing With the Stars, has left the ballroom. Late Friday night, Tom Bergeron’s co-host posted this lightly worded tweet: “weird day….Shocking pre-season elimination #DWTS…Me. @Tom_Bergeron didn’t even read my name. I won’t be returning to the show this season.”
“I’ve seen my fair share of shocking eliminations in the ballroom but this one takes the cake,” added Burke-Charvet, 42, in a statement to E! Online. “I’ve always been one to embrace change and looking forward to pursuing opportunities I previously wasn’t able to entertain »
- Nick Catucci
Brooke Burke-Charvet is leaving Dancing with the Stars. The news that she won't return to the show comes as a shock to the former contestant, who was by Tom Bergeron's side as co-host since season 10 of the ballroom dancing competition. "Weird day ... Shocking pre-season elimination #DWTS …Me. Tom Bergeron didn't even read my name," Burke-Charvet, 42, Tweeted at midnight Saturday. "I won't be returning to the show this season." Burke-Charvet wasn't the only one who was surprised by the news. "It was a shock they let Brooke go," a source tells People. "The cast and crew loved her. It's very sad. »
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