Suzanne Somers is adding "dancer" to her list of titles, which includes actress, author, wife and mother. The former ThighMaster spokeswoman, Three's Company and Step by Step star, and author of numerous books said yes to Dancing With the Stars season 20 after being invited every season for the past 10 years.
Partnered with professional dancer Tony Dovolani for the 20th season, Somers discusses her DWTS goals, challenges and why she finally said yes to hitting the ballroom floor.
Dancing With the Stars announced its season 20 celebrity cast Tuesday on Good Morning America, revealing 11 of 12 couples who will compete as part of the ABC reality competition's 10-year anniversary edition.
It was a bittersweet evening for two celebrity fathers on Monday’s Dancing With the Stars’ Halloween night.
Alfonso Ribeiro, who took home a 36/40 for his rumba with professional partner Witney Carson, announced at the conclusion of his dance — and on son Alfonso “AJ” Ribeiro Jr.’s first birthday —that he and wife Angela Unkrich are expecting a second child.
Alfonso Ribeiro brought Carlton Banks to the ballroom floor during Monday night's episode of Dancing With the Stars, and this time, he wasn't rocking the now iconic Fresh Prince of Bel-Air side-to-side alone.
As the week's assignment had contestants recalling the best year of their lives, Ribeiro had partner Witney Carson help him channel his days onscreen as the geeky relative of Will Smith and the late James Avery in a jazz routine.
Dancing With the Stars season 19 said goodbye to its first contestant, Lolo Jones, on Tuesday night for her low-scoring performance on Monday's premiere.
The two-time gold medal world champion was sent home after audiences witnessed the athlete crumble in her live cha-cha performance with first-time professional dancer Keo Motsepe. Jones attributed the mishap to a technical difficulty involving a miscued text that was an introductory part of the dance.
Dancing With the Stars unveiled the 13 new celebrity-professional pairings competing for the mirror ball trophy on season 19, which kicks off later this month. DWTS alum Julianne Hough returns to serve as the fourth judge, alongside Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Len Goodman. Longtime host Tom Bergeron is again joined by Erin Andrews.
It was the week's worst-kept secret, but Julianne Hough made it official on Thursday morning.
The former Dancing With the Stars pro appeared on Good Morning America to announce her return to the series — though she's not taking it to the floor with any pseudo-celebs. Hough has graduated to the role of judge.
It's official: AMC dominated the 2013-14 television season -- at least on Twitter.
Nielsen Social released a data report on Monday analyzing the shows, specials and moments that reached the biggest Twitter audiences and engaged fans at record levels in the U.S. this season, from Sept. 1, 2013 through May 25, 2014.