Last night on “Dancing with the Stars,” the sanctity of the mirror ball trophy—not to mention the order of the universe—was restored. A champion was crowned and it was not, as many people had feared, Bristol Palin. Nope, the “DWTS” voters of America came to their senses and gave the win to Jennifer Grey, who turned in many a perfect 30-point performance during the season, despite being over 50 and having a slipped disc in her back. And we couldn’t be happier about this because Jennifer is, in two words, freaking awesome. After the jump, 10 reasons we love Jennifer. Keep reading »
Nothing says true love like watching women humiliated on national television. Following in the grand wedding-related reality show tradition of “Bridalplasty,” “Bridezillas,” and “Platinum Weddings,” WEtv’s new show “Jilted” stars marriage-starved women who give their commitment-phobic men an ultimatum: marry me or pack your bags. Because ultimatums always go so well. Keep reading »
Looks like Taylor Momsen‘s finally getting what’s been coming to her with that foul attitude. She’s been expelled from Constance for volatile behavior. “Gossip Girl” announced that Momsen’s character, Jenny Humphrey, will be sent on an indefinite hiatus from the show. While she’s only been on a few episodes this season, it looks like her scheming at the Saints and Sinners masquerade is the last we’ll see of her this season. I think that means she’s fired. R.I.P., Little J. Keep reading »
Last night on “Dancing with the Stars,” the mirror ball hopefuls got one last chance to impress America with a redemption dance, to make up for their biggest travesty of the season, and a freestyle dance of their choice. The highlight of the night was Jennifer Grey‘s freestyle, during which she carried a watermelon—an ode to the famous “Dirty Dancing” line, “I carried a watermelon?”—and shimmied to “Do You Love Me?,” another nod to her iconic movie.
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“The scrutiny. And the microscope. Obviously it’s a blessing — the women and the money and the fame, but at the same time it’s — it’s actually very lonely. Very lonely. When you’re doing so well, when you have the year that I had, it’s hard to talk to people about it, because they think you’re being cocky. Plus, when it comes to women, you know, obviously, they’re throwing themselves at you — but for what reasons, you know what I mean?”
—Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino reflects on the downsides of fame to GQ. Someone give the man a hug. Though he’d probably prefer a smush. [PopEater] Keep reading »
It’s a time-honored Thanksgiving tradition, on par with stuffing a turkey and baking pumpkin pie: Thanksgiving day television marathons. This Thursday, you can watch 15 hours of “Burn Notice” on USA, an entire day of “I Dream of Jeannie” and “Bewitched” on TV Land, 12 James Bond movies on Syfy, or six “Beverly Hills, 90210” holiday episodes on SoapNet. What else will you want to watch this week? Previews and details after the jump.
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