Though her ABC series, "Family Tools" was cancelled in May, Leah Remini has another exciting gig lined up as she'll join the cast of "Dancing with the Stars" this season.
Hinting about the project at the DesignCare benefit in late July, the "King of Queens" star told Us Weekly, "I'm deciding to do something right now and we'll know in the next week.It will be television. It might be in the reality, sitcom world."
As the competition heated up in the ballroom during Monday night's performances, there was little room for error among the five remaining dancers.
On Tuesday evening's (May 14) elimination show, the two celebrity dancers who found themselves in jeopardy were Zendaya, who up until this week had wowed the judges with her moves, and soap star Ingo Rademacher.
There’s fierce competition among the networks for the Fall 2013-14 season, and ABC just released their revamped schedule.
While favorites like “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Nashville,” “Modern Family,” “Scandal,” and “Revenge” will all return, there are also 14 new additions to the roster, including “Back in the Game,” “Betrayal,” “The Goldbergs,” “Resurrection,” and “Killer Women.”
With just five couples still in the competition, Monday night's (May 13) "Dancing with the Stars" really heated up, as the celebrities danced their hearts out in the semi-final round.
After a scary fall in practice sent Jacoby Jones' pro partner Karina Smirnoff to the hospital, the duo rebounded and grabbed a perfect score for their Argentine Tango and a 29 out of 30 for their second dance, the Lindy Hop.
After yet another week of failing to meet the judge's high expectations, Sean Lowe and his pro Peta Murgatroyd were told to hang up their dancing shoes on Tuesday's (May 7) elimination episode of Dancing with the Stars.
Joining the "Bachelor" alum in the bottom two was Jacoby Jones who, despite praise from the panel couldn't garner enough viewer votes to keep him out of jeopardy. But in the end, there was to be no final rose for Sean, and he and his pro were sent home.