"Dancing With the Stars" 2016 is nearing its premiere and fans are going crazy trying to guess who will be part of the cast, but Kirstie Alley has recently given a hint on one of the possible additions to the show.
Kirstie Alley, who won second place in season 12, hinted that one of her co-stars on "Cheers" could join "Dancing With the Stars" 2016. She suggested that Rhea Perlman would be a good candidate for the ABC celebrity dance competition, according to Enstars.
"I think Rhea [Perlman] would be good on 'Dancing With the Stars,' because Rhea is a really good dancer," Alley told Wetpaint Entertainment in an interview. "I don't know if she'd do it." more >>
Supporters of Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee put out a new television ad attacking fellow candidate Ted Cruz's Christian faith, accusing him of being a "phony" Christian for giving far less than 10 percent of his income to his church.
The 30-second ad, which was paid for by the pro-Huckabee super PAC, Pursuing America's Greatness, features two Iowa women talking before what appears to be a Bible study discussing which candidate they should caucus for at the upcoming Feb. 1 Iowa Caucus.
The ad tries to paint the staunch conservative candidate as one who panders to the Evangelical vote with disingenuous views. It points out a recently leaked audio clip where Cruz says that gay marriage, which was legalized by a Supreme Court decision last June, would not be a top-three priority for him if her were elected president. more >>
If you were born in the '80s and raised in the '90s, you probably were one of the millions of kids across the U.S. who watched the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers.
As if the theme song was not awesomely nostalgic unto itself, one violinist has taken it upon herself to add some classic vibe to the rockin' anthem.
In a video posted to YouTube back in 2011, a violinist named Lara took to playing the Power Rangers' theme song with the stringed instrument in question. more >>
Recurring guest actor Robbie Amell, who plays the role of Ronnie Raymond and his Earth-2 counterpart Deathstorm in The CW's superhero action/drama series "The Flash," has just dropped what may be a huge spoiler for the "Arrow" spinoff's second season, ComicBook.com reports.
Speaking from the "Flash" panel at the Heroes and Villains Fan Fest in New Jersey last weekend, Amell revealed that his character, Deathstorm, will kill one of the show's regular cast members in a forthcoming episode. Amell's original "The Flash" character, Ronnie Raymond, was killed in the Season 2 premiere, titled "The Man Who Saved Central City," which aired on October 6, 2015. Raymond was a S.T.A.R. Labs engineer who sacrificed himself to save Central City from the singularity that threatened to consume it. The CW has confirmed that Amell will return in an upcoming episode as the evil, Earth-2 Ronnie Raymond version known as Deathstorm, along with the Earth-2 counterpart of Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker), Killer Frost.
"In episode 13, so in a couple weeks, you'll see me as Deathstorm, and Caitlin as Killer Frost," Amell told the press at the panel. "So I get to come back, and I kill a series regular," he revealed. more >>
Blac Chyna may have stirred up a family feud with her rumored relationship with Rob Kardashian, and his sister Kylie Jenner is reportedly not thrilled with the news.
Many may be confused as to why Blac Chyna is getting such a buzz for posting a photo showing an arm rumored to be Rob Kardashian's wrapped around her. On Tuesday, Rob himself attracted quite some attention when he posted a meme saying Blac Chyna is planning on giving birth to a "baby Kardashian," according to People.
Steven Moffat, who has served as "Doctor Who" showrunner since 2010, will exit the series after its tenth season, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
The news was first announced by BBC on Twitter. "Steven Moffat will step down as Head Writer & Exec Producer after S10… Chris Chibnall to take over!" a tweet by the Doctor Who Official Twitter account, posted on Jan. 22, read.
Moffat's impending departure from the cult favorite British sci-fi series follows that of actress Jenna Coleman, who has left "Doctor Who" to star in the upcoming ITV miniseries "Victoria," which will have a limited eight-episode run later this year. more >>