“There are a lot of ways of keeping John’s memory and spirit alive,” Yasbeck tells Yahoo Entertainment. “My job is to keep people’s aortas alive.”
Andrews, who began hosting the show in 2014, said she’s kept in touch with her former co-workers.
From production bubbles to Zoom calls and animation, here's how a new season of your favorite TV show may get filmed.
The 'DWTS' judge and 'The Talk' co-host shared her thoughts on the news surrounding the competition show.
"You need to get ready because it’s gonna be different," Banks teased of the upcoming season.
Tyra Banks is twirling into the ballroom -- not actually dancing, but hosting the upcoming season of ABC's "Dancing With The Stars," Variety has confirmed. Banks' new gig comes after news broke on Monday that longtime host Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews would be departing the show. "I’ve been a fan of 'DWTS' since its beginning…The […]
The upcoming season of "Dancing With the Stars" will be without hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews.
Dancing With the Stars is parting ways with longtime host Tom Bergeron, who says he will not return to the ABC competition series for Season 29. "Just informed @DancingABC will be continuing without me," Bergeron announced on Twitter late Monday afternoon. "It's been an incredible 15 year run and the most unexpected gift of my […]
Carrie Ann Inaba and Tom Bergeron help take a look back at the drama-filled first season of the popular reality competition series.
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer appeared on 'Fox & Friends' on Thursday to preview his 'Dancing with the Stars' dance moves.
Brown is getting backlash after calling the former Trump press secretary a "good guy."
As news spread that the Emmy-winning comedian and actor died at age 85, tributes poured in on social media.
On Tuesday’s Dancing With the Stars, the final three contestants danced for the mirror ball. Calvin Johnson Jr., James Hinchcliffe, and Laurie Hernandez — all top-level athletes — each performed a favorite routine from the season and a fusion dance that mixed two ballroom styles.
On Monday’s Dancing With the Stars, the remaining contestants danced freestyle routines to compete for the final three slots this season. Laurie Hernandez danced a piece set in a playground to help showcase her youthful spirit. She mentioned that she got similar nerves going into this episode as she did when competing in the Rio Olympics.
After Sasha Farber and Emma Slater danced, host Tom Bergeron said they had amazing chemistry and gave Farber the microphone. He proposed. And she said yes.
(Photo: PBS) With apologies to your hometown’s own Fourth of July festivities, there’s no better place to celebrate America’s birthday than the nation’s capital, where elaborate fireworks light up the sky above the National Mall and its surrounding monuments. Since spending July 4 in Washington D.C. can’t be on every citizen’s to-do list, allow PBS to bring the festivities to you courtesy of A Capitol Fourth. Related: ‘A Capitol Fourth’: A Video Mixtape of 8 Great Performances Entering its 36th year, this annual concert, which airs live on July 4 at 8 p.m., assembles a group of big-name musical acts on a stage overlooking the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, where they keep the audience singing and dancing until the fireworks begin at dusk.
On Tuesday’s season finale of Dancing With the Stars, Ginger Zee, Paige VanZant, and Nyle DiMarco all awaited the announcement of who would win this season.
On the Season 22 premiere of Dancing With the Stars, winner of America’s Next Top Model, Nyle DiMarco, delighted the audience and the judges with his dance routine despite being deaf.
Tuesday brought the final finale night on Dancing With the Stars, and your Mirrorball Trophy winners are Bindi Irwin and her partner Derek Hough! This should come as not too big a surprise to anyone who has watched this season, as Bindi has been a favorite of the audience and judges alike. The show, shot partly in the ballroom and partly live from The Grove, an outdoor shopping plaza in Los Angeles, featured this season’s past contestants including Paula Deen, Chaka Kahn, Gary Busey, and more. Conspicuously absent, though, was Tamar Braxton, who withdrew from the competition recently due to health concerns.
Put on some Tom Jones and do the Carlton, because The Fresh Prince of Bel Air‘s Alfonso Ribeiro is coming back to TV as the new host of America’s Funniest Home Videos.