I was overjoyed to see that all of my favorites from the premiere of "Live to Dance" made it through to the semi-finals on Wednesday night's episode.
The only thing left to do was to give the judges (and yes, you, America) the opportunity to award the last two slots via a (entirely necessary, I'm sure) dance-off.
I don't know why Kendall Glover wasn't sent straight through, but Paula Abdul interrupting her school's assembly to let her know that she had to do a call-back - without actually telling her it meant that she hadn't quite made it to the next level - was a moment worth watching.
Jaime Pressly, who starred in NBC's "My Name is Earl," was arrested late Wednesday night on suspicion of driving under the influence.
The 33-year-old actress was driving in Santa Monica around 11 p.m. when she was stopped by police after allegedly committing a traffic violation, according to TMZ. The site reports that police performed a field sobriety test before arresting and booking Pressly at the Santa Monica jail.
Pressly has since been released after posting a $15,000 bail and has a court date set to occur within the next 30 days.
Angelina Jolie's "Cleopatra" is one step closer to getting made, George Clooney is starring in an Italian movie, and the Ouija board will soon be scaring up some fun on the big screen.
Producer Scott Rudin tells Deadline.com that he is close to hiring a director for Jolie's "Cleopatra" 3-D spectacular. Though Rudin won't name names, it's rumored that Paul Greengrass, who helmed the "Bourne Identity" franchise, will direct the Queen of the Nile biopic.
The film, based on author Stacy Schiff's "Cleopatra: A Life," will be much different from the 1963 movie starring Elizabeth Taylor, promises Rudin. "It is a completely revisionist Cleopatra, a much more grown-up sophisticated version," he has said. "She’s not a sex kitten, she’s a politician, strategist, warrior."
She's done battle with Kyle Richards on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" and now Camille Grammer is taking on those reports that she's leaving the show.
According to rumors swirling around the Internet, the soon-to-be-ex-wife of Kelsey Grammer won't be returning for a second season of the popular Bravo series. But a spokesperson for Grammer tells CNN that's not true — at the moment.
"Camille hasn’t made a decision and won’t until after the reunion show," says the rep.
Not that he doesn't already have plenty on his plate.
Buddy Valastro, star of the hit TLC show "Cake Boss," will now also be featured in a new daytime cooking show titled "Kitchen Boss." According to the network, each episode will feature a recipe that will "turn dinner into a family event, and will feature the friends and family members that Buddy loves to cook for."
A sneak peek of the new series will be featured during the finale of Valastro's competition show, "Next Great Baker," at 10:30 p.m. January 24, and will start its regular schedule at 5:30 p.m. on January 25.
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