Monday's "Dancing with the Stars" was all about the most memorable years of the contestants' lives. As was the case last fall, the tissues were plentiful as the tears were flowing like wine.
The first celebrity up was Jack Wagner, who performed a samba in honor of last year, when he learned he had a daughter he'd never met until she showed up at one of his concerts. The dance was performed to a Wagner tune that wasn't "All I Need," shocking many who didn't realize that he had a repertoire of more than one song.
As far as the dance itself, Jack looked better than last week, appearing more in sync with partner Anna Trebunskaya and demonstrating that he can hold off on the "over dancing" that hurt him before.
An Us Weekly report sparked speculation before Monday's episode of "Dancing with the Stars" that celebrity contestant Jaleel White had caused some controversy behind-the-scenes.
According to the magazine, White allegedly "flipped out" on his "Dancing" partner Kym Johnson during rehearsal Friday, reportedly yelling at her after she responded with an "Ouch!" when he stepped on her foot.
The publication cites sources who claim that White criticized Johnson for "acting like a baby," and called her an "idiot."
Adam Sandler isn’t letting that whole business of being crowned King of the Razzies get him down.
The funnyman's 2011 film, “Jack and Jill,” made history at the Razzie Awards - winning every category in a contest designed to “honor” the worst filmmaking of the year. But it’s been reported that he's in talks to help produce a remake of the '80s comedy “Summer School.”
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Paramount studios has been trying to revamp the script for the hit movie for the past six years, but it’s repeatedly gotten stuck in development.
His third time as Tonys host is sure to be charming, because let's be honest - is there ever a time when Neil Patrick Harris isn't?
The "How I Met Your Mother" actor has signed on to host the Tony Awards once again, and will lead fans through the 66th ceremony on Sunday, June 10.
Harris previously served as host for the 2009 and 2011 Tonys, and, as he did last year, he'll also produce the 2012 awards show.
R&B superstar Mary J. Blige might rue the day she agreed to sing about Burger King's “crispy chicken” snack wrap with “three cheeses.”
That’s because her new commercial for the fast-food chain, which is revamping its menu, has been met with some backlash. (The commercial also appears to be missing from Burger King's YouTube channel.)
In the recently released clip, the nine-time Grammy winner can be seen sporting a short wig, leather jacket and shades, rocking to the beat of her own song, “Don’t Mind,” off her latest album “My Life II...The Journey Continues.”
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