David Ross may have been a fan-favorite on “Dancing With the Stars” this season, but his son Cole had some brutally honest words for his father, who came in second place. You didn’t win but you did really good,” Cole said in a special video message that aired this morning on “Good Morning America.” “You made it to the finals. “My son’s like brutally honest and I love him for it,” said the two-time World Series champion.
Abigail Breslin and Colt Prattes, who are leading the star-studded cast of ABC’s remake of the 1987 classic “Dirty Dancing,” said it took them months of training to nail the iconic “lift” scene. The climactic lift scene in the original is one of the most memorable moments in film history. It called for Jennifer Grey, who played Frances “Baby” Houseman, to run and leap into Patrick Swayze’s arms as he lifted her over his head in front of a ballroom full of people, set to the song “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life,” recorded by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes.Prattes, who takes on Swayze’s original role of Johnny Castle in the three-hour ABC remake, and like Swayze was a trained dancer before he picked up acting, whereas Breslin, who plays Baby, was a dance novice.
Jessica Simpson slammed rumors that she's expecting her third child with husband Eric Johnson. "I'm not pregnant," she announced Monday on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." "We got an IUD. "I have two beautiful children and I’m not having a third," Simpson, 36, said.
A new season of "The Bachelorette" kicks off tonight, and ABC News has a sneak peek of what to expect. In this exclusive clip, Rachel Lindsay meets Fred Johnson, an executive assistant from Dallas, with whom she has a past.
Andy Cohen is pushing back against rumors that producers of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" set up Phaedra Parks during the series' jaw-dropping season 9 finale. In the final installment of the four-part finale, Parks, 43, finally admitted that she was the one who spread rumors about Kandi Burruss, claiming that the R&B singer along with her husband, Todd Tucker, tried to drug fellow housewife Porsha Williams for a tryst. Later, rumors swirled that Parks tried to point the blame at producers for manufacturing drama for TV.
Chris Cornell was a titan among rock stars in the '90s Seattle grunge scene, ranking alongside Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain, Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder and Alice In Chains’ Layne Staley. In 1991 Cornell teamed up with members of Pearl Jam, some of whom had previously been in the band Mother Love Bone to pay tribute to that band’s lead singer, Andrew Wood, who had died the year before at the age of 24. The project would be named Temple of the Dog and would produce the hit, “Hunger Strike,” a song which featured some nice vocal interplay between Cornell and Eddie Vedder.
Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay is off the market.The star of the upcoming season told reporters Thursday she's engaged, though she could not specify to whom.However, Lindsay, a Dallas-based lawyer, said that if she had a list of qualities she'd want in a husband, "He would check everything off — check it twice!""Every morning I wake up and pinch myself and I keep asking myself if this is really happening," she said. "It's crazy at times. I feel like I don't even deserve this. I feel like I'm getting everything that I want and I am getting my happy ending. ...
Rachel Lindsay was the first Bachelorette to be revealed while she was still a contestant on "The Bachelor," and according to host Chris Harrison, the casting process was unorthodox too. Harrison told ABC News that because Lindsay, 32, is slightly older than previous Bachelorettes, producers wanted to cast men who were around her age and professional level.
Rachel Lindsay didn't find love with Nick Viall on "The Bachelor," but later this month, fans of the reality TV franchise will watch her explore new relationships in "The Bachelorette."Lindsay, an attorney from Dallas, Texas, will meet 31 single men during the show's premiere next week, and on Wednesday, ABC revealed who those bachelors are.Among those who make a memorable impression, according to a press release: male model Brady brings a sledgehammer to "break the ice" with Lindsay, construction sales rep Matt wears a penguin costume to appeal to her silly side, and Blake E. ...
Kerry Washington described the cast of “Scandal” as “sad” to know the hit TV show is ending but “grateful” to be going out on their own terms. ABC Entertainment announced Tuesday that “Scandal” will say goodbye after season 7. The show, which features Washington as D.C. fixer Olivia Pope, began in 2012 and has kept fans on the edge of their seats ever since.
At the network's upfront presentation on Tuesday afternoon, ABC revealed its fall line-up to advertisers.Many fan-favorite shows are slated to return, and several new shows will be introduced over the next few months, too.Descriptions and trailers for 10 of those comedies and dramas are below.New shows include a reboot of "American Idol," "The Bachelor Winter Games," and "Dancing with the Stars Junior."Premiere dates for many of these shows have not yet been announced. ...
ABC has revealed the network's new fall lineup, just hours ahead of the upfront presentation on Tuesday afternoon.Fans will recognize many of their favorite programs in the guide below, including "Dancing With the Stars," "Black-ish" and "Modern Family," but several new programs (in bold) have been added as well.Later in the 2017-2018 season, ABC will debut new dramas ("The Crossing," "Deception," "For the People"), comedies ("Alex, Inc. ...
One of the show's stars, Amy Hargreaves, who plays Clay's mom, Mrs. Jensen, in the show, doubts very much that will happen in the next installment, which premieres next year. "It would kinda distract from the main story," Hargreaves, 47, added. "13 Reasons Why" centers on high school student Hannah Baker, played by Katherine Langford, who commits suicide and leaves behind 13 cassette tapes explaining who’s to blame for her suffering.
Aziz Ansari's hit Netflix show, "Master of None," has returned with his character, Dev, still trying to find love. This time around, Dev is no longer a struggling actor, but a TV show host. Without spoiling it, after the end of season one when Dev trekked to Italy to learn how to make pasta, he returned to New York and found himself still searching.
Former "Dance Moms" star Abby Lee Miller is already looking past prison. Miller, 51, who was sentenced Tuesday to one year and a day in federal prison for bankruptcy fraud and for bringing $120,000 worth of Australian currency into the country without reporting it, told E! News: "Someone's already called me to be there to start saying shoot. Along with her prison sentence, Miller was ordered to pay $40,000 in fines and spend two years on supervised release after leaving jail, according to ABC affiliate WTAE in Pittsburgh.
Steve Harvey is standing by a memo he sent to staffers at his daytime talk show, instructing them to stop "ambushing" him in the hallways. In the memo, leaked on Robert Feder's media blog, Harvey told staffers that as they begin filming season 5 to remember to make an appointment with him if they'd like to talk. NO ONE," the memo read.
"Criminal Minds" fans got exactly what they wanted -- Shemar Moore, who plays FBI investigator Derek Morgan on the crime drama, returned for the series' season finale last night. Morgan returned to the series to give his former FBI colleagues an important piece of evidence that they needed about serial killer Mr. Scratch.
“’American Idol’ is a pop culture staple that left the air too soon,” Channing Dungey, president of ABC Entertainment, said in a statement. “American Idol” ended its 15-season run on Fox in April 2016 with a star-studded finale that saw past winners, including Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood and Jennifer Hudson, take the stage. Trent Harmon was named the winner of the 15th and final season of “American Idol” on Fox.
On Monday night's "Dancing With the Stars," the pressure continued to build for week 8 after last week's double elimination. NFL star Rashad Jennings and his partner, Emma Slater, kicked things off with a jive to the R&B classic "Shake a Tail Feather." He has been consistently strong and tackles every dance with panache but has been criticized by the judges for his footwork, and tonight was no different. The night belonged to Fifth Harmony stunner Normani Kordei.
It's a question on everyone's minds after the jaw-dropping season 9 finale in which Parks was confronted for lying to the other housewives. Parks, 43, finally admitted that she was the one who spread rumors about Kandi Burruss, claiming that the R&B singer along with her husband Todd Tucker tried to drug fellow housewife Porsha Williams for a tryst. "I repeated what someone told me," she said while sitting next to a crying Williams.
The 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards aired live from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California on Sunday.Hosted by Workaholics star Adam Devine, the re-branded show, which now includes TV programming, named Beauty and the Beast and Strangers Things its top movie and TV series, respectively.Emma Watson also took home best actor in a movie honors –- the first acting award ever that celebrated performance free of any gender distinctions. ...
It's the awards show that's given us Zac Efron shirtless, Snoop Dogg smoking onstage with Kesha, along with tons and tons of onstage kisses. The MTV Movie and TV awards are set to air from Hollywood tonight.When the nominees were announced last month, the horror film written and directed by Jordan Peele, "Get Out," led with six nods."Beauty and the Beast" and "Stranger Things" each racked up four nominations while "Atlanta," "Game of Thrones," "Hidden Figures," "Logan," "Moonlight" and "This Is Us" each had three. ...
Kristen Bell filled in for Jimmy Kimmel as host of his show last night, helping a pair of high schoolers make a prom connection in the process. The actress called two supposedly random studio audience members down to the stage, dressed them in costumes from her hit film "Frozen," and told them the first one to go out onto the street and find a man in a Kristoff costume would win a prize. After they left, Bell informed the audience that one of the girls was an actress.
Josh McDermitt has to remind fans of "The Walking Dead" that he is not the character Eugene. According to the actor, viewers have been sending him so many death threats over Eugene's actions on the hit show that he decided to quit social media. "Don’t send me death threats ... I’m just sick of it," he said in a video captured by a fan.
Netflix today released the first trailer for the new season of “House of Cards,” and it appears that Frank and Claire Underwood are continuing to work together to further achieve political domination. "The American people don't know what's best for them," Frank says in the first few seconds of the trailer. Banners with Frank and Claire's names on them are seen in the background of the trailer, solidifying her position as his running mate.