I’ve often considered All-Star Celebrity Apprentice to be a work of art — surreal art, to be exact — so it was appropriate that tonight’s task involved the teams selling their own art to the highest bidder. When all was said and done, another celebrity was fired. My full recap will be up later (UPDATE: Click over to read Dalton’s full Celebrity Apprentice episode 5 recap) but if you can’t wait to find out or sound of on who was cut loose, then read on for more. [SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday’s episode of All-Star Celebrity Apprentice.] READ FULL STORY »
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How do you solve a problem like Lazaro (pictured, right)? The ice cream scooper with an extreme stutter, 21, really just doesn’t know any of the words to any of the songs! Somehow he got through Stevie Wonder’s “Once in My Life” with no tears-inducing hiccups for his tepid Motown Week solo (full recap here) — perhaps he’d heard it before, or listened to it thousands of times over the weekend. But his subsequent trio with Burnell Taylor (left) and Devin Velez on “I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)” was a complete disaster. Lazaro looked like he was about to cry the whole time, and the guys received a thorough lashing from judge Nicki Minaj. “Don’t ever do that. All three of you, go. Go! Go! Get off the stage!” (RUDE.)
When Ryan Seacrest gently nudged the guys to discuss what happened (ALSO RUDE), Burnell muttered “Not to throw anyone under the bus, but…” and then Devin explained, “I learned my parts. I tried saving a couple people, but…”
“I didn’t know the words that well,” Lazaro strained to say.
Which did you think were the best and worst songs of the night? READ FULL STORY »
Dorothy Hamill just announced she has to leave season 16 of Dancing With the Stars. “It would be completely unfair for me to stay in this and have any of these people go home,” she said at the end of tonight’s results show, citing possibly irreparable nerve damage and an order to quit from her spine surgeon. The Olympic gold medal-winning figure skater and cancer survivor could barely rehearse the jive with partner Tristan MacManus this week due to pain from a cyst on her back, plus a sore ankle. “I wish I could give it my all, but I can’t.”
To find out the official bottom two, read on….. READ FULL STORY »
Studies have shown that Hidden Gems of the Week, EW.com’s collection of reader-submitted ridiculata, is the best way to enjoy Dancing With the Stars without ever having to turn it on. It’s a visual feast of sparkles, fringe, and stunning awkwardness. Ready to go down the rabbit hole? Behold this bountiful smattering of Visible Gems! READ FULL STORY »
I hope you’ve guzzled your 2-Hour Energy (liquid glitter)! Tonight the season 16 couples crank out a high-powered jive, quickstep, or JAZZ (one of those newfangled but now mandatory DWTS styles) routine as they try not to think about the first elimination tomorrow. Derek has Instagramed his costume — and it’s (gasp!) just jeans. READ FULL STORY »
Last night’s Kourtney & Kim Take Miami featured its most shocking images yet. Stay with me here. I know that, in the context of a hyperbolic, compulsively confessional reality franchise like the Kardashians’, superlatives have basically been rendered meaningless. And yet… could any Kardashian viewer, casual or otherwise, ever expect to see an animal murdered, bled out, and skinned? Because that is exactly what happened on the episode cheekily, cruelly titled “See Ya Later, Alligator.” Scott, a pop culture figure as fashionable and questionably moral as Patrick Bateman (one of his professed heroes), got it into his head to slaughter an alligator to make a pair of loafers from its hide. The subsequent gator hunt lasted no less than three segments, probably about 20 minutes total, but it felt endless. READ FULL STORY »
ABC may have broken hearts with its announcement that Bachelor Pad will not air this summer, but the bachelors and bachelorettes of Burning Love will happily step up to fill the hole in America’s reality-obsessed soul. When the parody series returns next month for its third season, Love‘s rowdy band of rejects will pile into a luxe(ish) mansion to compete for the grand prize of $900.
Below, check out the season 3 trailer to see what Burning Down the House has in store, including manipulations! Sexually suggestive challenges! Age-inappropriate hook-ups! A superfan competitor! Awkward come-ons! And, oh yeah, a chance for once-in-a-lifetime love.
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Tonight’s All-Star Celebrity Apprentice episode featured the triumphant return of red-cowboy-boot wearing pimp daddy Farouk Shami, who tasked the teams with coming up with interactive marketing campaigns for two of his hair care product lines. For Farouk, it meant his favorite thing in the world — being surrounded by beautiful women. For the contestants, however, it meant one of them would be fired before all was said and done. My full recap will be up at 2am, [UPDATE: Dalton's All-Star Celebrity Apprentice recap is now live] but if you can’t wait to find out who was sent packing, then read on for more. [SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday’s episode of All-Star Celebrity Apprentice.] READ FULL STORY »
Dear Sir or Madam,
Why do you hate me? Nay, why do you hate the more than 4 million fans who willingly spent two full hours of their lives (or an hour and 15 minutes if you FF through commercials) every Monday night last summer watching the
reality show equivalent of herpes searing indictment of our fame-obsessed culture known as Bachelor Pad? You must loathe our very existence; I can think of no other reason that you would choose not to put the Pad on your schedule this summer. READ FULL STORY »
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