The "Total Bellas" star has been sitting on some major news: She’s engaged to "Dancing With the Stars" pro Artem Chigvintsev. And the proposal took place months ago.
Hannah Brown may not have won a husband on television, but thanks to the Bachelor Nation she took home the Mirrorball trophy.
On "Dancing With the Stars" Monday, James Van Der Beek revealed his wife Kimberly Brook suffered a miscarriage over the weekend.
NBA star and Khloé Kardashian ex Lamar Odom revealed he's engaged to his girlfriend of three months, Sabrina Parr — and Yahoo readers have a lot to say about it.
After consistently low scores throughout his 9 weeks on "Dancing With the Stars," Sean Spicer was finally eliminated.
“After countless US Visas starting from 2006 and the last 5 years with a Green Card, I am officially a United States citizen,” Peta Murgatroyd shared.
James reveals that he and his wife Kimberly have had 3 miscarriages but are now expecting their 6th child.
Lewis said, “This is probably one of the hardest decisions of my life but I need to make sure I don't damage something enough to where I can't walk.”
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Meghan McCain defended Sean Spicer's addition to the "Dancing with the Stars" cast, saying 'he's gotta pay his bills one way or the other.'
The supermodel, who broke her arm in rehearsal last week and had to drop out of the show, cheered on her daughter who took her place on Monday.
Wendy Williams said that Christie Brinkley's fall while practicing for 'Dancing With the Stars' looked 'fake as hell.'
Christie Brinkley will not be making her "Dancing With the Stars" debut on Monday night after all — but the spot on the ABC reality competition series is staying in the family.
Add “Grey’s Anatomy” showrunner Krista Vernoff to the list of people opposed to the casting of former Trump press secretary Sean Spicer on the next season of ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars.”In a message posted on Twitter Thursday night, Vernoff urged the show, ABC and Disney CEO Robert Iger to cut Spicer from the show’s lineup. “I deeply abhor this decision by the company I work for and truly love,” she wrote. “This man lied daily, to our faces, and made a mockery of our country. This is not cause for celebration or celebrity. It’s not too late to change this plan. Please @DancingABC @abc @RobertIger.”Representatives for ABC, “Dancing With the Stars” and Disney did not immediately respond to a request for comment from TheWrap.Also Read: Sean Spicer Downplays 'Dancing With the Stars' Blowback: 'I Look Forward to Having Some Fun'Vernoff joins a growing number of celebrity critics of the hiring, a list that even includes the show’s host, Tom Bergeron. On Wednesday he said he opposed the decision because he wants the show to be “a joyful respite from our exhausting political climate and free of inevitably divisive bookings from ANY party affiliations.”Bergeron added that he and the show’s producers “can agree to disagree, as we do now, but ultimately it’s their call. I’ll leave it to them to answer any further questions about those decisions.”‘As the first White House press secretary for President Donald Trump, Spicer was often accused of making false or misleading statements on behalf of the president. He resigned in July 2017 after six months on the job.The cast for Season 28 of “Dancing With the Stars” was announced Wednesday on “Good Morning America.” Spicer joins supermodel Christie Brinkley, “Queer Eye” star Karamo Brown, “Dawson’s Creek” star James Van Der Beek, “The Office” alum Kate Flannery and “Bachelorette” Hannah Brown.Also Read: Twitter Looks At Movies From a Trump Angle with SpicerSpinsMoviePlots (Photos)“Dancing With the Stars” Season 28 is set to debut on Monday, Sept. 16 on ABC at 8/7c. Bergeron and Erin Andrews are set to return as hosts, along with judges Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba.See Vernoff’s statement below:I deeply abhor this decision by the company I work for and truly love. This man lied daily, to our faces, and made a mockery of our country. This is not cause for celebration or celebrity. It’s not too late to change this plan. Please @DancingABC @abc @RobertIger https://t.co/OAlvpgSpJg— Krista Vernoff (@KristaVernoff) August 22, 2019Read original story ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Showrunner Comes Out Against Sean Spicer on ‘DWTS': ‘It’s Not Too Late to Change This Plan’ At TheWrap
Christie Brinkley, one of the new cast members of "Dancing With the Stars," tells Yahoo Entertainment that she hurts worse when she sits still.