Maddie Ziegler, one of the members of the Abby Lee Dance Company otherwise known as ALDC, had a chance of lifetime when she danced in not just one, but two music videos of the pop artist Sia recently. While her first performance in the video "Chandelier" was praised, it seems that her second one in "Elastic Heart" opposite Shia Lebouf was not as palatable. Especially critical was dance mom Cathy Nesbitt-Stein, who also owns and operates the Candy Apples Dance Center.
Stein was shown in one of the promotional clips for the upcoming episode saying, "I did see it. I almost threw up." In a second promotional clip, she implicitly criticized Maddie's mom, saying: "I don't think that many parents out there would allow that."
Cathy is not only mom who had something to say about the video. Melanie Huelsman tells Maddie's mom Melissa Gisoni and Abby in the first promotional video "I would be embarrassed of the video that your daughter was in." more >>
After six seasons of great music, triumphs and tragedies, make-ups and break-ups, "Glee" ended its run with a two-hour finale which featured a flashback to how it all started, what became of the Glee club members in 2020, and an emotional tribute to Cory Monteith.
The episode opened with a flashback to 2009, which showed a bullied Kurt and later, Rachel and Kurt singing together. In the flashback, Mercedes cries after losing the first glee club solo to Rachel, so she runs and goes to a church to cry. A woman comforts her and predicts that she and Rachel will be very good friends one day.
At a glee club meeting, they all talk about Finn and were on the verge of voting him out of the club, but then the New Directions start talking about how nice he really is. We also get a repeat of the pilot's "Don't Stop Believing" number, with Finn and the rest of the group, and we're all reminded how the club began. more >>
Earlier this year, a report from Deadline announced that a spin-off series for the hit police procedural TV drama series "Criminal Minds" is on the works. Written by parent show executive producer, Erica Messer, the report further revealed that the series would star "CSI: NY" cast member Gary Sinise as its lead.
This week, a report from Enstarz.com cited the official synopsis for the anticipated off-shoot drama which, as indicated, will be released as an episode in "Criminal Minds'" Season 10.
The pilot, as revealed, will be set in an international setting. Aptly named "Beyond Borders," the segment would tackle on the Behavioural Assessment Unit helping the FBI's International Unit on a case in Barbados. more >>
Last Sunday on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," Phaedra Parks finally decided to divorce her husband, and the drama continues as the other ladies stick around to finish the group counseling session with Dr. Jeff.
Phaedra talks to her friend Sarah, the daughter of Bishop T.D. Jakes, about her problems with Apollo. In her confessional, Phaedra explains why she chose to confide in Sarah instead of Nene or Kandi.
"We have a God connection," said Phaedra. "I feel like I can be totally transparent because I know she doesn't have an ulterior motive." more >>
The second week of "Dancing with the Stars" had the celebrities choose the songs for their performances as the theme of the week was "My Jam Monday." Some of the couples who turned in a lackluster performance last week redeemed themselves this time around as a few pairs who were at the bottom of the leaderboard last week advanced, but one celebrity was sent home.
Here is a recap of the performances and scores for week 2 of "Dancing With the Stars':
Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy Dance: Cha-Cha Score: 32 (out of 40) The pair's cha-cha to Adele's "Rumor Has It" earned a lot of applause from the audience and praise from the judges. Julianne Hough said that it was a "powerhouse performance" and that Willis' legs were "super sharp and super quick", while Carrie Ann Inaba praised the choreography. more >>
Things are getting more explosive and exhilarating in the hit superhero drama TV series "The Flash" as it now draws closer to its season finale. However, this week's episode will definitely not fall short of the excitement the show often brings when it hits the small screens.
A synopsis from The Futon Critic indicates that two previous Rogue villains will return to once again wreak havoc in Central City.
The Flash (Grant Gustin) is yet to have another encounter with the partners in crime Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) and Heat Wave (Dominic Purcell) as he learns that the two are back in the City. Joining the party is Snart's baby sister Lisa Snart (guest star Peyton List) otherwise known as the Golden Glider, who will definitely amp up the chaos. more >>