Continuing to bring their A-game to the small screen competition program, the remaining nine couples on “Dancing with the Stars: All Stars” once again impressed on Monday night's (October 15) all-new episode.
During the course of the dancefloor action, each partnered pair had the tough task of performing a number picked by another competing couple while also being critiqued by a special guest judge, as Paula Abdul joined the panel of regulars.
Members of Hollywood's elite gathered at the Warner Brothers Studios in Burbank, CA for the Environmental Media Awards on Saturday (September 29), to celebrate those among them most committed to protecting the environment.
Malin Akerman, Jessica Alba, and Ian Somerhalder were at the top of the guest list, especially when it came time to hand out the accolades. Jessica was given with the EMA Green Parent Award for her work, while Ian proudly received the EMA Futures Award.
With news of her passing quickly spreading throughout the celebrity world, a long list of stars have taken to Twitter to offer up words regarding the death of Whitney Houston.
The comments come as it has sadly been reported that the "I Will Always Love You" singer was found unresponsive at the Beverly Hilton hotel on Saturday (February 11) while being pronounced dead at 3:55PM.
Confirming rumors that first broke the previous night, Paula Abdul is a judge on "The X Factor" no more.
The 49-year-old released an official statement on the matter on Tuesday (January 31), as she told, “Yes, it’s true; I won’t be returning to The X Factor next season. I’ve learned through my longevity in this industry that business decisions often times override personal considerations.”