Chynna Phillips won't hold on for one more day on "Dancing With the Stars."
The singer was knocked out of the competition last night, one day after she forgot her routine set to the "Mission: Impossible" theme.
"I went blank! I had a blank moment," Phillips told CNN after Tuesday's show. "We all have those blank moments. It's just too bad that it had to happen (Monday night) because I really wanted to go further in the competition."
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs revolutionized the way we consume pop culture, so it's fitting that his life's work will be remembered not only at the movies, but also on TV.
Jobs' work will be highlighted on the Discovery Channel with an hour-long special called, "iGenius: How Steve Jobs Changed the World." Hosted by "MythBusters" team Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman, the documentary will feature interviews with those whose lives and careers were impacted by Jobs.
From musicians Stevie Wonder and Pete Wentz to former Apple employees to media figures like Tom Brokaw and Billboard's Bill Werde, the interviews aim to honor and explore how their lives were changed by Jobs.
[Editor's Note: To hear Paula Deen's reaction on being Maxim's No. 1 hottest female TV chef, tune in to HLN's "The Joy Behar Show" tonight at 10 p.m. ET.]
For the men of Maxim, clearly few things are sexier than a seasoned Southern woman wielding a stick of butter.
The magazine has bestowed Food Network star Paula Deen with the title of "Hottest Female TV Chef." The 64-year-old beat out the likes of her cooking colleague Giada DeLaurentiis, who came in at No. 3, and she also pulled ahead of "Top Chef's" Padma Lakshmi, who came in at No. 2.
The men's mag explains on its website that while some may find Deen's frequently caloric fare to be "dangerous," they find her rich dishes to be a bit of a turn-on. FULL POST
The release of Beyonce's interview with "Sunday Night" kicked off rampant speculation that the singer isn't really pregnant, and is instead rocking some sort of prosthetic baby bump.
Screengrabs of the interview placed the spotlight on the first few minutes, as the singer takes a seat to begin the interview. Speculators zeroed in on what they claim is a "collapsing" of her tummy about a minute in.
This isn't the first time rumors spread that Beyonce was wearing a prosthetic belly bump, and the singer's rep responded to them Tuesday, telling ABC News the gossip is "stupid, ridiculous and false."
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