Kim and Khloe Kardashian will guest star on 90210 in the upcoming season, and what better way to showcase the reality starlets than with a catfight?
Naomi Clark (AnnaLynne McCord) will get into a verbal battle with the sisters during a shopping trip at DASH. See a brief glimpse of the scene in the video above.
(To get a look at TV Envy’s Fall 2010 Programming Schedule, click here.)
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-The death of Deadliest Catch‘s Phil Harris will be addressed in several specials beginning June 22. Discovery Channel will air interviews with the captain’s colleagues and family on July 20.
-Syfy, already the future home for a cooking show, is getting into the junk business. The network has ordered Hunting Hollywood, a series about Hollywood memorabilia.
-What do Neil Patrick Harris, Tina Fey and The Muppets have in common? They’ll all get stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next year. Other TV celebrities include Oprah and Danny DeVito.
-E! is letting one of its stars do more than just look pretty for the channel. The Spin Crowd, about a reality series about a PR agency, will have Kim Kardashian as a producer.
Will Ferrell might not be interested in visiting The Tonight Show anytime soon, but there are plenty of other celebrities who are still willing to
support Jay Leno.
Based on the star-studded list released by NBC, Leno’s booking department is having an easy time finding guests for his return to late night—but will the viewers actually be tuning in to watch them?
Check out the names after the jump and let us know if you’ll be welcoming back Jay.
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I’m not sure if this is one of E!‘s smartest promos yet, or the channel’s biggest waste of time.
Since Keeping Up With the Kardashians is apparently entering its fourth season, someone - for some reason - is watching this program already. But then, I guess no one’s really tuning in to hear these girls talk, right?
Oh - and in case you didn’t notice: the show returns on December 13th. (It says it there in the fine print on the bottom.)
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Here’s a quick look at some of the casting announcements made recently:
CSI: Miami: No matter what you think of Diddy, you can’t deny the mans’ diversity. Who else could front several reality shows, star in A Raisin in the Sun and take on David Caruso? According to Entertainment Tonight, the mogul is scheduled to air in two episodes of the CBS drama next year. He will play a federal prosecutor (yeah, I know) who has a personal and professional beef with Horatio’s team.
Last night on Dancing with the Stars: Season 7, the remaining 11 couples took on either the Rumba or the Paso Doble. While one would normally expect to see better numbers in Week 2, most of the performers inexperienced declines.
When the points were totaled, Warren Sapp - who scored a 24 for his Paso - was the only person to see an improvement on Monday. But given that Brooke had scored a 26 last week, her 24 (also for the Paso) didn’t look so bad.
Of the four performers sitting in the under-20 point range, two hit new lows last yesterday: Kim (17) and Cloris (15). Meanwhile, the other two - Rocco (16) and Maurice (19) - still didn’t have much to brag about.
Two down, eleven to go. Last week on the Dancing with the Stars: Season 7, the celebrities were tasked with two different dances over two different days. Those performances resulted in the eliminations of both comedian Jeffrey Ross and actor Ted McGinley by Wednesday.
This week, the amateurs took on either the sultry Rumba or the aggressive Paso Doble. Did the celebrities rise to the challenge? Read on!
When you don’t have a soap opera fan base supporting you, a large asset on you or eighty years of living behind you—chances are, you’re going to be eliminated. And that was precisely the case for Ted McGinley.
Tonight on Dancing with the Stars: Season 7, the Love Boat/Married with Children/Hope & Faith/Happy Days star was asked to leave the parquet floor. His elimination came one day after comedian Jeffrey Ross was sent home with only one eye.
Although McGinley was not the competition’s lowest scorer - his his combined total of 35 bested Cloris Leachman’s 32 - no one expected the feisty octogenarian would be going anywhere quite so soon. And while he was technically tied with Susan Lucci and lazy Kim Kardashian coming into this evening, his charm was outmatched by their appeal.
Last night, Dancing with the Stars: Season 7 kicked off with a jam-packed premiere.
All 13 couples - including 2 injured dancers - attempted either a Cha Cha Cha or a Foxtrot. After Round 1, actress/model Brooke Burke was sitting in the lead with a score of 23 while comedian Jeffrey Ross was resting at the bottom with an embarrassing 12. (Even Adam Carolla managed to get a 15 at this point last year.)
Tonight, 12 of the pairs were given one more chance to win voters over before Wednesday’s second elimination. Who proved they were worth saving…and who asked to be sent home? Read on!
Last night, Dancing with the Stars premiered with its largest - and most interesting - cast so far. In addition to having the series’ youngest and oldest competitors to date, the seventh installment also boasts two Olympians and several interesting rivalries. This year we have married competitors (Alec Mazo, Edyta Sliwinska), a father/son battle (Corky Ballas, Mark Ballas) and a brother/sister rivalry (Julianne Hough, Derek Hough).
For the show’s first night, all 13 couples each performed one dance. They will then follow that up with another routine on Tuesday. Come Wednesday, the program’s first two celebrities will be eliminated.
So how did the new hoofers stack up? Read on!
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