March 22nd, 2010
05:09 PM ET

It's a Disney takeover on 'American Idol'

Miley Cyrus will appear on "American Idol" Tuesday as a guest mentor, guiding the 11 finalists through the Billboard No.1 Hits-themed show.

The recording artist and actress will also appear on "Idol’s" Wednesday results show, where she’ll perform “When I Look at You” - the song featured in “The Last Song” trailer. FULL POST

March 22nd, 2010
10:37 AM ET

Heidi Montag has reached the legal limit on breast implants

Heidi Montag appeared as a guest on Jay Leno's "Tonight Show" Friday, and although Leno tried to keep the conversation on her career, he couldn't ignore the silicone elephant in the room.

As the conversation inevitably steered towards her recent 10 plastic surgeries, Leno asked if there was anything else she'd change.

Montag - who doesn't think she's addicted to plastic surgery since an addiction "is something you do every day" - said there are still two things she'd augment if the law allowed.


Filed under: Celebrities • Late Night comedy • television
March 22nd, 2010
09:55 AM ET

Spotted: Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise courtside

Katie Holmes and Tom CruiseIt was date night in L.A. yesterday evening: Katie Holmes was spotted with husband Tom Cruise at the Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Los Angeles Lakers game. While  Cruise's attention was focused on the game, Holmes was having a conversation with the mystery woman sitting between them.

In case you missed the news, Lakers won 104-96.

Filed under: Celebrities • Tom Cruise
March 22nd, 2010
09:33 AM ET

'Dancing With the Stars' returns tonight

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It’s time again for sequins, boa feathers, fringe and lots of famous faces completely out of their element.

The tenth season of “Dancing With the Stars” begins tonight on ABC with one of the most talked about lineups in the show’s history.

The starting field of 11 celebrities includes reality TV star Kate Gosselin, who will be dancing with Tony Dovalani; actress Pamela Anderson, who is pairing up with Damian Whitewood (a new face on the show) and ESPN host Erin Andrews, who is going for the mirror ball trophy with Maksim Chmerkovskiy.

Every season has a surprise contestant and this time it’s 80-year-old former astronaut Buzz Aldrin, the second man to set foot on the moon. His official “DWTS” bio teases: “He walked on the moon. Now let’s see what those feet can do on Earth.” Aldrin says he’s been practicing hard to be ready for the challenge.

"When I prance out there with the cha cha step, I've got to be filled with far more confidence than I was when we began to land on the moon," Aldrin told CNN before a rehearsal Friday.

Other stars include Olympic skating champion Evan Lysacek, actress Shannen Doherty and soap star Aiden Turner.

Tom Bergeron is back as co-host, but he’s now joined by actress and former “DWTS” champ Brooke Burke who replaces Samantha Harris. (Harris quit the show in January to focus on her correspondent duties at “The Insider,” according to People magazine.)

Also back: Carrie Anne Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli, the three judges on the show.

The first night of competition will feature the cha cha or Viennese waltz.

Who do you think will be the first contestant to go? Who will be the one to beat this season?

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Filed under: Dancing With The Stars • television
March 22nd, 2010
08:26 AM ET

'Celebrity Apprentice' comedy, but not for comedians

Sinbad made me laugh last night, but not for the reason you might think. As the newest castoff on “Celebrity Apprentice,” his parting advice is what we stick around to hear after a Donald Trump firing.

“Throw them under the bus,” he quipped from the back seat. “Then hug them out in the hall.”

In the season premiere last week, comedian Carol Liefer was fired too. FULL POST

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