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Press Release: Tales From Beyond The Pale, The Podcast, which has been presenting new and archived content every week since October 10, 2019, is pleased to offer two brand new episodes starting with a particularly ghoulish Valentine’s Day offering, Die Sleeping My Sweet by Glenn McQuaid, dropping Thursday February 13th. The following week, Tales The Podcast celebrates its 20th episode
Such a move is perhaps a no-brainer, given the sustaining ratings power of “The Masked Singer,” which just launched its third season. “The Masked Singer” tour kicks off May 28 in Detroit at the Fox Theatre.
The tour will hit more than 45 cities, including Atlanta, Chicago, Boston, Washington D.C., and Philadelphia. The tour continues until Aug. 1, with a final date at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles. More details can be found at the tour’s website. Live Nation is presenting the tour.
“Your favorite characters from the hit Fox TV show brought to life live on stage, as well as surprise celebrity hosts and amazing new performances,” according to the website for “The Masked Singer” tour.
“It was great for her. It’s not great for Jane,” Lynch told “Entertainment Tonight.” “It’s the dancing! Maybe ‘Skating with the Stars’...”
Hey, we’ve already had one-season duds “Skating with Celebrities” and “Skating with the Stars” (remember them?). Maybe the third time’s the charm? We are in the age of reboots and revivals after all.
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To hear the “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” star tell it, she’s completely hopeless on the dance floor and “can’t be shown how to dance.” Flannery, who finished in seventh place with Pasha Pashkov on Season 28, has also tried to talk
The tweaks would have been a welcome addition to any cycle, really: After 14 years on the air, DWTS needed a little tune-up, controversy notwithstanding. But the changes seemed especially necessary in the wake of Bobby Bones’ Season 27 victory, which left a large swath of the show’s fans annoyed that a weak dancer had won the Mirrorball trophy, while some frontrunners didn’t even reach the finale.
Quibi has announced several of the participants for its Jennifer Lopez-produced series “Thanks A Million.” The show will see celebrities kickstart a donation chain by gifting $100,000 to an unsuspecting individual who has had a positive impact on their life. Lopez, Kristen Bell, Karlie Kloss, Tracy Morgan, Aaron Rodgers and Alex Rodriguez are all set to lead individual episodes.
Showtime has partnered with Imagine Documentaries for a limited series examining the four-decade career of stalwart New York Post columnist Cindy Adams. “Gossip Starring Cindy Adams” will examine the power and influence that Adams wielded from her perch at Rupert Murdoch’s tabloid. It will also delve into some
The competition is over and Dancing With the Stars has a new champ.
The latest winner of the ABC dance competition was announced Monday night during the season 28 finale.
After 11 weeks of competition, the finalists included Bachelorette star Hannah Brown; country music singer Lauren Alaina; actor and Nickelodeon star Kel Mitchell; and Fifth Harmony singer Ally Brooke.
[The four finalists are shown above]
Before the winner was announced, the audience was treated to appearances by music stars Ne-Yo, Pitbull and Cher.
Once it was time for the most anticipated moment of the season, Brown and partner Alan Bersten waltzed away with the Mirrorball trophy.
#TeamAlanbamaHannah are our Champs! Roll tide, baby. ❤️
Another season, another mirror ball trophy.
The winner of the 28th season of “Dancing with the Stars” was revealed Monday night during ABC’s finale of the celebrity dance competition show.
“The Bachelorette” star Hannah Brown waltzed away as the winner, spinning off the dance floor with her partner Alan Bersten and the mirror ball trophy.
Before Brown was declared the winner, the other final couples heading into the finale were country music singer Lauren Alaina and Gleb Savchenko; actor and Nickelodeon star Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson; and Fifth Harmony pop star Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber.
Alaina and Savchenko ended up in fourth place, Brooke and Farber in third place and Mitchell and Carson in second place.
The finale episode
High scores are what have kept Brooke in the competition this long because the last two times she was in jeopardy — with Sailor Brinkley-Cook in week six, then with Kate Flannery in week eight — the judges kept her on the show because they considered her the superior dancer. So her Charleston was a big risk since it was a full-blown production number and had quite possibly the most jam-packed choreography of the night. You certainly couldn’t fault her and
It was nearly unanimous: 97% of respondents said Spicer deserved to be eliminated. That left only 2% who thought Alaina should have been sent home instead, and 1% who thought someone should have been eliminated who wasn’t in the bottom two. Is this the only time this season fans have been happy with an elimination?
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Not quite. The majority of our readers thought
Since it’s a one-night finale on Nov. 25, the semifinal will be the final elimination episode. The other three couples have hit the bottom two at least once: Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson in Week 3; Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber in Weeks 6 and 8; and Lauren Alaina and Gleb Savchenko last week in the quarterfinals. Brooke and Farber are the only couple to survive after two appearances in the bottom two; all of the other two-time bottom-dwellers
Is it time for the dancers to take a break? Has the Dancing with the Stars TV show been cancelled or renewed for a 29th season on ABC? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Dancing with the Stars, season 29. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?
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An ABC competitive reality TV series, Dancing with the Stars is hosted by Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews, with Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, and Carrie Ann Inaba serve as judges. Celebrities competing in cycle 28 are Lauren Alaina, Sailor Brinkley-Cook, Ally Brooke, Hannah Brown, Kate Flannery, Karamo, Ray Lewis, Kel Mitchell, Lamar Odom, Sean Spicer, James Van Der Beek, and Mary
The former White House press secretary was voted off “DWTS” Monday night despite President Donald Trump’s earlier tweet urging the American people to vote for Spicer on ABC’s dancing competition show. The tweet has now been deleted and replaced with one calling Spicer’s efforts “a great try” and insisting that “we are all proud of you.”
A great try by @seanspicer. We are all proud of you!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 12, 2019
Spicer responded, thanking the president for his support and writing that he “can’t begin to express how much your continued support has meant.”
Thank you @Potus @realDonaldTrump I can’t begin to express how much your continued support has meant, especially during my time on @DancingABC https://t.co/1uLvApIPdp
Spicer and the official “Dancing” page confirmed the news over the weekend on Instagram with some rehearsal photos.
“It’s Boy Band/Girl Group Night this Monday on @dancingabc,” Spicer wrote. “I’ll be dancing an Argentine Tango and a Foxtrot with the amazing @jennajohnson again this week. Our prayers continue to go out to Lindsay and her family. We are going to make you proud!”
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It’s Boy Band/Girl Group Night this Monday on @dancingabc I’ll be dancing an Argentine Tango and a Foxtrot with the amazing @jennajohnson again this week. Our prayers continue to go out to Lindsay and her family. We are going to make you proud!
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Mitchell has landed in the bottom two once before, way back in week three when he and Lamar Odom were the unlucky duo. But Odom had the lowest scores by far, so the judges sent him
Only 11% of readers thought that Flannery deserved to be eliminated. Even the judges thought she was robbed, and they’re the ones who sent her home. This season the judges have been able to save one dancer from the chopping block after the bottom two are revealed, but they were “irritated” that Flannery landed in the bottom two with Ally Brooke,
But it was a bittersweet night for Brooke because despite her perfect performance, she landed in the bottom two for the second time this season after the judges’ scores were combined with viewer votes. “I came off such a high, such a pivotal moment for me,
Despite earning the lowest scores of any remaining Season 28 contestant, ex-White House press secretary Sean Spicer has continued to survive each cut. Not only has Spicer made it to the final six, but he’s never even found himself in jeopardy. Instead, well-scored hopefuls like model Sailor Brinkley-Cook, Queer Eye‘s Karamo Brown and, most recently, The Office
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