The six women of The Talk (Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Leah Remini, Holly Robinson Peete, Julie Chen and Marissa Jaret Winokur) talked a great deal to Entertainment Tonight cameras. The crew stopped by a photo shoot for the series to ask each of the ladies how she felt about her five co-hosts. You can view the results in the video above.
The Talk is a highly-anticipated new talk show, scheduled to debut on CBS October 18. Each of the six women are mothers, with children ranging in ages. They will spend their time discussing current events, sharing stories and talking to the studio audience. Somewhere in the midst of it all, they’ll take the time to conduct interviews with celebs.
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- The Secret Life of the American Teenager (ABC Family, 8pm): “Ben tries to figure out where he fits in Amy’s life.” Well, the role of babysitter is always open.
- Jon & Kate Plus Eight (TLC, 9pm): “Previously unseen footage of the Gosselin’s early years is featured.” Misty water-colored memories of the way they were….
- Cake Boss (TLC, 10pm): “Buddy creates an ornate wedding cake filled wtih live birds.” Watch out - that might not be fondant you’re eating.
- Dance Your Ass Off (Oxygen, 10pm): “Twelve plus-size contestants infiltrate Los Angeles in a competition to shed pounds by means of dance and diet in this 10-part unscripted series hosted by Marissa Jaret Winokur.” In other words, a cutthroat version of Sweatin’ to the Oldies.
On last night’s episode of Dancing with the Stars: Season 6, the four semifinalists had the opportunity to showcase their improvement. Their dances - chosen at random - were all repeats of styles they had done before.
By night’s end:
- Jason Taylor got a 28 for his Foxtrot (formerly 22) and a 27 for his Paso Doble (26). Total = 55.
- Cristián de la Fuente was coincidentally assigned the same two performances he attempted the night of his injury. Despite horrible flashbacks, he earned a 27 for his Viennese Waltz (25) and a 29 for his Samba (21). His total of 56 topped the Miami Dolphin.
- Underdog Marissa Jaret Winokur scored a 26 for her Quickstep (21) and a 26 for the Rumba (25). Total - 52.
- Kristi Yamaguchi racked up a 28 for her Jive (down from her perfect 30) and a 29 for her Tango (27). Her total of 57 was the best of the evening.
Last Monday on Dancing with the Stars: Season 6, the top two contenders (Jason and Kristi) both made large steps backwards. Meanwhile, Cristián proved a silly little injury wasn’t going to hold him back.
In this week’s semi-finals, the remaining four celebrities performed two familiar styles (one Latin, one Ballroom) that were chosen at random. They were also banned from doing more lifts. Who demonstrated improvement…and who repeated their mistakes? Read on!
Last week on Dancing with the Stars: Season 6, Jason Taylor ended Kristi’s six-episode winning streak and Cristián nearly ended his run with a painful injury.
In tonight’s quarterfinals, the final five stars had another two dances to perform (one Latin, one ballroom). They also had the opportunity to finally perform lifts. Who rose to the challenge…and who simply fell flat? Read on!
Last week on Dancing with the Stars: Season 6, the remaining seven competitors had to perform two numbers—one they had never done before and an unscored group dance.
With the competition now at the halfway point, its time for the Final Six to prove they can go the distance. From this point forward, each hoofer will have to perform two individual numbers (both of which will be graded). Who earned their chance at the trophy…and who earned their way to the emergency room? Read on!
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Last week, the elite eight - minus a few exceptions - struggled with the show’s Latin night. By Tuesday, Marlee lost her timing, Shannon lost her hips and Priscilla lost her place in the competition.
Tonight on Dancing with the Stars: Season 6, the amateurs had to memorize two new dances—one they had never done before and a group country number. (The latter performance wasn’t scored.) Were the stars able to please the judges…or did the program’s newest couple hog all the attention?
Last week, most of the dancers were floating on air after their impressive turns at either the Paso Doble or the Viennese Waltz. By Tuesday, three of them had 10s, Marissa had confidence and Adam had a return ticket home.
Today, the celebrities of Dancing with the Stars: Season 6 welcomed Latin night with either the sizzling Samba or the romantic Rumba. Did someone finally reach the elusive 30…and was anyone able to make Carrie Ann cry again? Read on!
Last Monday, the Top Ten competitors did their best to impress with either the Tango or the Jive. By Tuesday, Adam had improved, Mario had stumbled and Steve was eliminated.
This week on Dancing with the Stars: Season 6, the celebrities were introduced to either the intense Paso Doble or the romantic Viennese Waltz. Did Kristi finally deviate from her boring three 9’s…and was Marissa simply boring? Read on!
For its second results show, Dancing with the Stars: Season 6 went back to the solo elimination system. Misery may love company, but only one couple will end up getting the boot from this point on.
If the choice was based on Monday’s scores alone, Marissa Jaret Winokur (19) would have been the one to go. The Broadway performer was the only person - and that includes Adam Carolla - who failed to surpass 20 points yesterday. But viewers taking all three past dances into account would have probably put either Adam or Steve on the block. Those two men averaged only 18.3 points per performance.
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