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America's Got Talent 8 America's Got Talent automatically advanced eight artists to the live shows at Radio City Music Hall during Tuesday night's ninth-season broadcast on NBC.

Eight acts impressed America's Got Talent judges Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Melanie Brown, and Howie Mandel to the point where they didn't have to compete again in "Judgment Week" and could head straight to Radio City Music Hall.

The acts were as follows: Blue Journey, a male and female dancer ages 33 and 18 respectively; David & Leeman, a magic team comprised of a 27-year-old teacher and 29-year-old barista; Hart Dance Team, a group comprised of young students; Dom the Bomb's Triple Threat, an eight-year-old card thrower; Jonatan Riquelme, a 37-year-old balancing act; Dan Naturman, a 44-year-old comedian; Act II, an opera duo featuring a 32-year-old clerical worker and 29-year-old teacher; and Emil & Darien, a duo of cellists comprised of a 13-year-old and 16-year-old student.

The remaining acts performed again in "Judgment Week" hoping to earn a spot in the live shows. Each act attempted to win the judges over and prove why they're worthy to continue on in the talent competition.

The magic acts were Mike Super, Mat Franco, Psycho Jack and Franklin Saint. Psycho Jack was shown being eliminated.

The dance acts who took the stage were John & Andrew, Sean & Luke, Solto Esengulov, Dragon House "The Agents." John & Andrew were featured advancing.

The child singers who performed again in front of the judges were Quintavious Johnson, Mara Justine and Julia Goodwin. Mara Justine will be moving forward to the live shows.

Three comedians worked for a spot at Radio City Music Hall -- Darik Santos, Wendy Liebman and Joe Matarese.

The variety acts who performed in "Judgment Week" were Juan Carlos, John Narum and Loop Rawlins. No one was shown getting cut or advancing. Likewise, strength acts J.D. Anderson and Mighty Atom Jr. took the stage but no results were revealed.

Female singers Emily West, Carly Jo Jackson, Anna Clendening, and Kelli Glover also competed in "Judgment Week." Results for this category were not announced.
Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - 10:20 AM EST
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'The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All:' Who were the night's big hams? Was the Chris Soules speed date staged?
The Bachelorette 10 The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All exposed a couple of big hams in the season's cast of suitors and show producers have dished on whether Chris Soules' speed date was staged.

A random brunette in the audience asked host Chris Harrison if she could meet Soules in person. After Harrison agreed, the woman approached the stage and talked to Soules during a commercial break, which ended with her giving the bachelor her phone number. Although it seemed too ridiculous to be real, according to TV Guide, it wasn't a show stunt.

In fact, the incident left producers and viewers stunned. The woman reportedly told Soules she had attended the taping with no motive at all, and so Soules suggested she had balls to make such a move.

"I was sitting there and talking to Chris and kept hearing, 'Chris!' I thought, I'll wait for Chris Harrison to acknowledge this because I don't know what's going on and I need to focus on what I'm saying, so finally he stopped it and [acknowledged it] and she came down. I was totally caught off guard," Soules told TV Guide, playing coy about whether he'll actually call the girl.

Marquel Martin, dubbed "the cookie monster," was apparently caught off guard by the amount of attention he's been receiving from fans.

"It is so flattering. I purposely stay away from the blogs, but I catch wind of everything through my mother," Martin told the magazine, adding that he was also more conservative during the season than viewers probably believe.

"With the strip tease, when I first got there, I told one of the producers, 'I'm not stripping down to my underwear,' and I was the one of the few to make that stance. I had a conversation with [Andi Dorfman] and said, 'I'll take my shirt off,' but because of my faith and job I wasn't comfortable with doing it. She was very understanding and it was tasteful what they showed, but they didn't show that conversation."

The Men Tell All failed to show which guys were seemingly desperate for air time, and Nick Sutter and JJ O'Brien were reportedly looking to get their two cents in on more than one occasion.

"I barely remember [Nick S.] being on the show. He would not stop talking," Harrison said. "He didn't like it when I said, 'No wonder [Andi] can't get in a word edgewise.'"

Like Sutter, who insisted Dorfman had kept her guard up around him and came across "cold," Patrick Jagodzinski also reportedly dissed Dorfman. Jagodzinski voiced his "concern" about Dorfman recently quitting her job as an assistant district attorney in Atlanta, GA.

In addition, Martin and Harrison weighed-in on whom they'd like to see win Dorfman's heart once and for all -- Josh Murray or Nick Viall.

"Nick and [Andi] give me that Notebook feeling," Martin told TV Guide. "I didn't get along with Nick that well and I'm really great friends with Josh and I see a great relationship that could happen with [them], so my vote is for Josh."

Harrison added, "Josh is simple, comfortable, been-there-done-that and it's easy to fall back into that. Nick is the road less traveled and the road she'd like to be on and aspires to be on, but I'm not sure she can make that call when the pressure is on."

The Bachelorette's tenth-season finale will air on Monday at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 - 05:17 PM EST
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Andi Dorfman: I made the right decision on Josh Murray's lie detector results, my journey's ending is "incredible"
The Bachelorette 10 Andi Dorfman faced all her The Bachelorette ex-boyfriends head on during The Men Tell All, but she's not looking back and apparently still has no regrets.

"I have to admit I was definitely scared to see all the guys," Dorfman wrote in her People blog.

"I have to admit I was not expecting Chris Harrison to pull out the lie detector results from Italy! That's the one moment I've kept thinking and thinking about!"

Dylan Petitt lied about preferring brunettes over blondes and being ready for marriage. Marcus Grodd lied about having had sex with less than 20 women. Josh Murray -- who is in Dorfman's Final 2 with Nick Viall -- lied twice during the test, but the Bachelorette just didn't want to know anything further.

"Major props to Dylan for laughing everything off... I was also very proud of Marcus for not revealing his number. I know the audience really wanted to read Josh's results, but I really trust both of my final men, so I definitely didn't want to see the results. That was, again, a hard decision, but I think a right decision," Dorfman said.

Dorfman also feels she made the right elimination choices thus far even though she let go of some great men.

"Marcus, who did everything right... he's the perfect example of how everything can be great on paper, but it doesn't always equal great love. It was important to me for Marcus to know that I wasn't scared by how early he declared his feelings for me. I loved hearing Marcus say that he believed that if you love somebody, you should tell her every day, and I hope he never changes. Whoever ends up with him next will be one lucky lady," she explained.

"I have no doubt [Chris Soules] will find a love to bring back to Iowa. Who knows, maybe it's that superfan who jumped on stage... All in all, the guys from this season were true class acts... So many times, you see the men harboring resentment and animosity, but this group of gentlemen was above that, and I am truly grateful for them. I feel incredibly lucky to have had such an incredible group of guys."

Not only is Dorfman "beyond thrilled" to watch both Marquel Martin and Cody Sattler on Bachelor in Paradise this summer, she's apparently equally as excited to see the finale of her The Bachelorette journey next week.

It will come to "an incredible end!" Dorfman wrote in her People blog. "You won't want to miss it!"

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 - 03:20 PM EST
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People News : Former 'The Bachelorette' star Ashley Hebert and husband J.P. Rosenbaum pretend to reveal baby's sex for the first time
The Bachelorette 7 Ashley Hebert and husband J.P. Rosenbaum are either very forgetful or trying to pull a fast one on America.

The seventh-season The Bachelorette star and Rosenbaum appeared on the show's The Men Tell All special Monday night and pretended to find out the sex of their baby for the first time. After learning the news they're expecting a baby boy, both soon-to-be parents acted surprised and thrilled.

However, nearly three months ago, Hebert revealed she's pregnant with a son via Twitter.

"Its a BOY!!!!!!!!! :))))) We're thrilled!!!" Hebert tweeted in late April.

Prior to Hebert's tweet, Rosenbaum had been joking around on Twitter about whether they'll be dealing with "jockstraps or tampons."

During The Men Tell All, a doctor conducted an ultrasound right on the stage and the sex of Hebert and Rosenbaum's baby was revealed.

Hebert acted like she was happy to discover she's pregnant with a boy and insisted she had a feeling for a while that was the case. Rosenbaum grew teary-eyed and said he's looking forward to watching sports with his son and having the "Rosenbaum" name live on.

The couple, whose baby is due in October, will be moving to Miami, FL. They revealed in late March they're going to be parents.

Hebert had told Life & Style in Spring 2013 she would like to have one child -- hopefully a girl -- while Rosenbaum had admitted he's gunning for two children and would love to have a boy.

The pair got married in December 2012 on television after they fell in love and Rosenbaum proposed during The Bachelorette's seventh season, which aired in 2011.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 - 02:36 PM EST
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Show Update News : 'The Bachelorette' host Chris Harrison reveals lie detector test results during 'The Men Tell All' special
The Bachelorette 10 While The Bachelorette star Andi Dorfman chose not to disclose the results of a lie detector test -- which was administered to Josh Murray, Chris Soules, Marcus Grodd, Brian Osborne, Dylan Petitt, and J.J. O'Brien during a group date earlier in the season -- Harrison wasn't going to let that juicy information go.

"Brian and the boys read into... Andi's lie detector results. [Andi] tore [the men's results] up and said to me that night, 'I don't know why I did that. I regret it.' And it killed me too, so I found the results. Are you ready to find out!?" Harrison announced during Monday night's broadcast of The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All.

"Oh stop!" Dorfman begged with a laugh as the group of suitors onstage chanted "rip it up!"

"Three men told no lies. Three men were completely truthful: Brian, pantsapreneur [JJ], and the lovable farmer from Iowa. Did anybody really think that Chris could possibly lie?! Wouldn't that just ruin you?" Harrison explained with a smile.

Osborne and O'Brien didn't make it past Dorfman's Top 5 bachelors this season, however, Soules got eliminated in third place after hometown dates during the most recent episode.

"Three men did lie," the host noted. "Marcus, such a sweet boy from Dallas; Dylan... and Josh. Shall we continue? Alright."

Murray is still in the running for Dorfman's heart, which probably raised a big red flag in the Bachelorette's mind.

"Marcus said he has slept with fewer than 20 women. That is a lie!" Harrison revealed of the suitor who finished in fourth place.

Harrison then jokingly asked Grodd what his number is, and Dorfman suggested he shouldn't answer that question in order to save any future relationships.

"Dylan said he prefers brunettes," Harrison said, questioning afterwards whether Petitt likes blondes more.

"Yeah," Petitt replied.

"[Dylan] said he's ready for marriage," Harrison revealed, insisting that's another lie.

"This sucks!" Petitt said with a laugh.

"By the way, what about Josh!? Now, he's not here, so I'll leave it up to [Andi]. He's one of your Final 2. Would you like to know?" the host asked Dorfman.

Murray apparently lied twice, and when Dorfman asked Harrison how bad they were, he replied, "Well, I'll say this. It's something that if they were one of my Final 2, I might want to know. I'll tell you that. But he's not here."

Dorfman clearly struggled with the decision, but after Osborne and Petitt blurted out that she should not find out the answers, she decided to keep those lies under wraps.

"I don't want to know!" Dorfman said. "I'm sure. Toss them... I'm going to trust the process and trust all of this."

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 - 12:38 PM EST
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People News : Adam Levine marries Behati Prinsloo in Mexico
The Voice (Season 6) Adam Levine is officially off the market.

The Voice coach married Victoria's Secret model Behati Prinsloo in Los Cabos, Mexico on Saturday.

Levine, 35, and Prinsloo, 25, tied the knot in front of about 300 guests, including celebrities Jonah Hill, Jason Segel, Erin Heatherton and Candice Swanepoel, Us Weekly reported.

Prinsloo reportedly wore a Marchesa gown with several of her fellow Victoria's Secret models serving as bridesmaids.

Levine and Prinsloo began dating in May 2012 and reunited after a brief split in early 2013.  Once they got back together, Levine apparently didn't hesitate to take their relationship to the next level and popped the question in July 2013.

Levine and the Victoria's Secret model reportedly began dating after the singer and Anne Vyalitsyna, who's also a model, called it quits.

Posted by: Reality TV World staff on Monday, July 21, 2014 - 01:15 PM EST
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Features & Interviews : Exclusive: 'So You Think You Can Dance' eliminee Jourdan Epstein: I wasn't expecting to be in the bottom this week
So You Think You Can Dance 11 So You Think You Can Dance eliminated Jourdan Epstein and determined the eleventh season's Top 16 contestants during Wednesday night's live performance show on Fox.

In addition to Jourdan, a 24-year-old Ballet dancer from Plymouth, MN, Stanley Glover, a 19-year-old Contemporary dancer from Chicago, IL, also got eliminated by So You Think You Can Dance judges Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy as well as guest judge Misty Copeland after they found themselves in the week's bottom-six dancers based on home viewer votes cast immediately following last Wednesday night's show.

In an exclusive interview with Reality TV World on Thursday, Jourdan talked about her So You Think You Can Dance experience.

Reality TV World: Jourdan, you were in the bottom six last week, so could you talk a little bit about whether you were surprised to get eliminated or had a feeling it might be your time to go?

Jourdan Epstein: I can say that I wasn't surprised. I was definitely ready for anything. I think I had expected to be in the bottom six for the first round last week. You know, I had a little slip at the end of my first dance and no one else really had any issues.

Last week, I thought our performance was strong, so I wasn't expecting to be in the bottom this week, but I was ready for anything. I believe everything happens for a reason, so I'm looking on the bright side!

Reality TV World: I want to know how you feel about the fact none of the bottom-six dancers each week can dance for their lives anymore. Obviously that part of the format has been removed from the show, so do you guys feel a little robbed this season? Do you wish you had one more chance to do a solo if you're in danger in order to convince the judges to keep you around?

Jourdan Epstein: I do wish we still had that opportunity. I was really looking forward to giving my own style and actually showing who I am on the show, because I didn't feel like -- you know, I'm a contemporary ballet dancer, and I really didn't get to do that at all at any of the live shows.

So I was very excited to get to show some of my own genre. But things change and the show must have a reason for why they do it. I've heard a lot of comments that people wish they'd bring that back, so you know, maybe it's something they'll consider again.

Reality TV World: After you and Marquette danced a contemporary routine, it was clear the judges thought you were missing chemistry and Nigel said he didn't connect with either one of you. What was your reaction to that criticism and do you think the fact Marquette got uncomfortable when he got close to you played any role in your elimination? It seemed like most of the negative feedback was more towards him, not you.

Jourdan Epstein: You know, we worked really well together. I mean, we tried to do everything that we could. We talked about moments where we connected, where we could show we were connecting. I just think we both know we're coming from a different place and it might've been hard to find some common ground. Yeah, it just didn't come across the way we would've liked it to.

Reality TV World: There's apparently a little romance blooming between Jacque LeWarne and Rudy Abreu. Was that obvious to all of you and are there any other little love connections happening this season?

Jourdan Epstein: It's not a secret anymore at least that Rudy has a crush on Jacque. If I were to say whether the other way around was true, I think that will be seen in the future whether or not. But I think Rudy is making it pretty known what he's going after. (Laughs)

Reality TV World: Malene Ostergaard got eliminated from the competition the week before you. Ironically, she's 25 and you're 24, which made you both the oldest girls in the cast by a fairly large margin. Do you think that's just a coincidence?

Jourdan Epstein: I wouldn't call it a coincidence. I think that America has an easier time relating to the likable of the younger dancers. This show, it is about dance, but it's also about personality and, you know, it's hard to feel like you can be yourself without -- sometimes there are moments when you have to be funny, and I am not a silly little 18-year-old girl anymore.

And not to say that the other dancers -- they are all fantastic. But I think that sometimes it's just harder to see the likability behind a more mature or older dancer. So, "grandma" and "mama" So You Think Season 11 are the first two out. But, yeah, it's all okay. (Laughs)

Reality TV World: Were you a fan of So You Think You Can Dance before appearing on the show, and was this season the first time you had ever tried out?

Jourdan Epstein: I was definitely a fan of the show for many years. I've been a fan of many of the dancers, choreographers and the show itself. And, yes, this was the first year I tried out. I'm very grateful for how far I got and I can't wait to [now watch] and support my friends.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, July 18, 2014 - 04:50 PM EST
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People News : Scott Disick reportedly hospitalized with alcohol poisoning during crazy night out
Keeping Up with the Kardashians Scott Disick reportedly was hospitalized for alcohol poisoning recently.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star and longtime boyfriend of Kourtney Kardashian got hammered at 1OAK nightclub in the Hamptons  on June 22 to the point where he ended up in the hospital, TMZ reported.

Disick was reportedly celebrating his birthday and took things a little too far. Sources told TMZ that Disick, while slurring his words, insisted he was so drunk he felt someone had drugged him. However, he tested negatively for drugs once at Southampton Hospital.

While Disick was in the hospital, Kardashian was in Los Angeles for her niece North West's first birthday party.

A source told Us Weekly that Disick "went through a dark place" after both his parents died within eight months of one another, but he "is doing great now."

Since then, Disick is reportedly sober and receiving counseling from the pastor who officiated Kim and new husband Kanye West's wedding. He apparently wants to get his act together so he can be a good father.

Disick and Kardashian, who have dated on and off since 2007, have two kids together -- Mason, 4, and Penelope, 2 -- with a third baby on the way.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, July 18, 2014 - 02:53 PM EST
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Show Update News : 'Last Comic Standing' judges eliminate Monroe Martin after three stand-up challenge rounds
Last Comic Standing 8 Last Comic Standing eliminated Monroe Martin, determining the eighth season's Top 6 finalists during Thursday night's broadcast on NBC.

Monroe, a comic from Philadelphia, PA, who currently resides in Brooklyn, NY, was eliminated from last night's show after he lost the stand-up challenge to his opponent Joe Machi from State College, PA, who currently resides in New York, NY.

The episode began with the 7 remaining finalists competing in their third challenge dubbed "Tram It All In." Each comic was tasked with leading a studio tour at Universal Studios Hollywood. They had to focus on crowd work and improvisation, and the tram audience would determine the winner.

After being mentored by Top 100 comedian and America's Got Talent judge Howie Mandel, Lachlan Patterson from Vancouver, B.C., who currently resides in Venice Beach, CA, was declared the winner of the challenge and therefore received immunity from the season's third head-to-head vote.

The comics then each voted for someone whom they believed they're funnier than. The comic to receive the most votes typically gets to choose whom he or she would like to compete against in the stand-up challenge out of the contestants who cast their votes for him or her. Since Lachlan won the previous challenge, no one could vote for him, however, his vote still counted.

Joe racked in the most votes and chose to face-off against Monroe in this week's stand-up challenge. He opted to compete against Monroe rather than Nikki Carr from Bronx, NY.

It was up to Last Comic Standing judges Roseanne Barr, Keenen Ivory Wayans and Russell Peters to determine the winner of the stand-up challenge. For the first time in the show's history, the judges were deadlocked and couldn't decide who had the better act. As a result, the judges asked to see more from each comedian. Each guy was given two minutes to impress. 

Surprisingly, the judges still couldn't decide whom to advance in the competition. The comics were then asked to tell one more joke in a "sudden death" match. It was clear at that point Joe had won the battle and Monroe was sent home.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, July 18, 2014 - 12:01 PM EST
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Show Update News : 'Big Brother' houseguests evict Devin Shepherd via unanimous vote
Big Brother 16 Big Brother evicted Devin Shepherd from the house during Thursday night's eleventh broadcast of the show's sixteenth season on CBS.

Devin, a 26-year-old former professional baseball player and motorcycle sales manager from Santa Barbara, CA, who currently resides in San Antonio, TX, was evicted from the Big Brother house instead of Caleb Reynolds, a 26-year-old adventure hunting guide from Dallas, TX, who currently resides in Hopkinsville, KY, via a unanimous 11-0 vote. 

Leading up to Devin's eviction, Cody Calafiore talked to Donny Thompson about how Caleb Reynolds, who had been on the chopping block alongside Devin, was a liability.

The guys believed Caleb was a beast and his game was "blurred" by his feelings for Amber Borzotra, as he wasn't making smart decisions. Cody also felt he was "catching heat" from Caleb and it was making him uncomfortable. Cody and Amber have a close friendship Caleb is jealous of, and it seems like Amber may even have a crush on Cody.

Derrick Levasseur, the week's Head of Household, agreed Caleb was thinking with his heart. Caleb thought he had the Bomb Squad alliance on his side but he clearly didn't.

Meanwhile, Cody thought Devin was a good person who just "got caught up in the craziness of the game." Zach Rance thought it'd be a good idea to get Caleb out now because he was already on the block and Devin was alone in the house, meaning he had no one working with him.

Frankie Grande got onboard with that, and Derrick also liked the idea that as long as Devin was in the house, Devin would always be the target before him.

Before the vote, Caleb said he had never been a "backstabber, liar or cheater" unlike Devin. Devin argued that if he had a chance to do things over, he'd do things differently. He also threw Caleb under the bus for being so wrapped up in Amber and said he had "admitted his faults and righted his wrongs." Devin insisted he'd carry anyone in the house all the way to the end.

The episode concluded with the houseguests -- minus Derrick, who as the outgoing HoH, was deemed ineligible to participate -- competing in a graveyard-themed HoH competition. Six teams of two were chosen at random, and the winning duo will be crowned the next two HoH's. The results of the competition will be revealed on Sunday night.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, July 18, 2014 - 10:55 AM EST
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Casting News : 'The Voice' coach Blake Shelton to be assisted by Little Big Town in seventh-season "battle" rounds
The Voice (Season 6) Little Big Town will be making a big debut on The Voice.

NBC has announced Little Big Town, a country quartet, has signed on to join mainstay coach Blake Shelton's team for The Voice's upcoming seventh edition.

The country group -- which is comprised of members Phillip Sweet, Kimberly Schlapman, Jimi Westbrook and Karen Fairchild -- will mentor "Team Blake" during the reality singing competition's "battle" rounds.

In addition to Shelton, the three other coaches who will be appearing on The Voice are mainstay Adam Levine as well as newbies Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams.

The network previously announced Gavin Rossdale will work with Stefani during the "battle" rounds and Stevie Nicks will mentor "Team Adam." The person who will mentor Williams' team has yet to be revealed.

The Voice's seventh season is set to premiere on September 22 at 8PM ET/PT on NBC.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, July 17, 2014 - 03:29 PM EST
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People News : Jillian Michaels reveals why she refused to return to 'The Biggest Loser' for Season 16
The Biggest Loser 16 Jillian Michaels is no longer allowing people to assume why she has decided to leave The Biggest Loser for the third time.

"I don't want fans to think I feel like I'm too big for the show or that I'm seeking greener pastures. I'm so grateful to the show and so sad to leave. There were some fundamental differences [with show producers] that have existed for a while," the 40-year-old pro trainer told People.

The Biggest Loser's controversial fifteenth season ended with Rachel Frederickson, 24, winning the show after she had dropped down to a shocking 105 pounds to do so. Frederickson had lost nearly 60 percent of her body weight for the finale in February, concerning both her trainers and viewers.

"I had to take a hard look at my work," Michaels said. "I came to the conclusion that moving forward, I need to be able to have an impact on the outcome of what I do."

Another reason why the mother of two children -- a son Phoenix, 2, and daughter Lukensia, 4 -- opted to quit the show again was because she doesn't appreciate how The Biggest Loser has been portraying her as a villain. Her image on television has even worsened over time.

"In the beginning of the show it was tough love. You saw the tough, and you saw the love. [And in recent seasons,] you saw none of the relationships, none of the bonds that I build with my clients. Millions of people have this warped negative perception of me," Michaels explained.

Michaels told People that commentators have called her "abusive" and one person even quipped on TV "about what kind of mom I would be."

During The Biggest Loser's most recent edition, Michaels was accused of slipping her team members caffeine pills in order to speed up their metabolisms and give them more energy for workouts. Michaels continues to insist she thought such a move was perfectly acceptable and within the show's rules.

Michaels apparently once picked up her daughter from a camp and learned someone had told little Lukensia, "I know who your mom is -- she's a cheater. I saw it on TV," which the pro trainer found very hurtful and unfortunate. 

Reports first surfaced Michaels wanted to leave The Biggest Loser again in April.

In 2006, she left the series after Season 2 due to a dispute about the show's creative direction. While she was replaced by trainer Kim Lyons for The Biggest Loser's third edition, she subsequently returned for Season 4 and stuck with it right up until Season 12.

Michaels quit again after the show's eleventh edition for personal reasons that included starting a family. She later returned to The Biggest Loser for Season 14.

NBC announced late last month -- one week after confirming Michaels' stint on the show is over -- Jessie Pavelka and Jennifer Widerstrom will serve as new trainers for The Biggest Loser's sixteenth season when it premieres on the network September 11. 

The duo will replace Michaels and join existing The Biggest Loser trainers Bob Harper and Dolvett Quince, who will also return for the new season.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, July 17, 2014 - 01:23 PM EST
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Casting News : 'Bachelor in Paradise' twist and format revealed, to feature 25 cast members!
Bachelor In Paradise Bachelor in Paradise has turned out to be something viewers hadn't seen coming.

ABC has revealed a surprising twist in that Bachelor in Paradise will feature 25 former bachelors and bachelorettes, which is over a dozen more contestants than previously disclosed.

Bachelor in Paradise, which premieres on Monday, August 4 at 8PM ET/PT, will take place in Tulum, Mexico instead of the usual Los Angeles mansion. All of the contestants will be looking to get a second chance at finding love over the course of seven weeks with the group changing and evolving throughout the course of the season. Chris Harrison will resume his role as host.

Bachelor in Paradise will begin with 14 former The Bachelor and The Bachelorette cast members, eight women and only six men, arriving at the private beach in Tulum.

During the season's first Rose Ceremony, the six men will each be given a rose to hand out to one woman whom they'd like to spend more time getting to know. With an uneven number of bachelors and bachelorettes in the group, two women will be left without a rose and therefore sent home immediately.

Just as potential couples begin forming, Episode 2 will feature two new men arriving to the beach. For seven weeks, each episode will alternate between two new men or two new women joining the cast. The switch-ups may cause initial relationships to crumble and new relationships to blossom. Every week, the two contestants who fail to receive a rose will be forced to leave paradise.

According to the network, Bachelor in Paradise will allow its bachelors and bachelorettes to "explore new relationships, fall madly in love and suffer unexpected heartbreak. The romantic dating series will feature new twists, shocking surprises, unexpected guests and some of the most unlikely relationships in Bachelor history, plus all the usual romance, drama and tears."

The 14 first-episode arrivals and their ABC-supplied descriptions are as follows:

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, July 17, 2014 - 01:18 PM EST
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People News : Kim Kardashian and Kanye West reportedly trying hard to have another baby
Keeping Up with the Kardashians Kim Kardashian and new husband Kanye West are reportedly already trying to have another child.

"Kanye wants a boy!" a source close to Kardashian told Us Weekly.

The 33-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star welcomed her first child with West, a baby girl whom they named North West, in June of last year. They tied the knot in May in Florence, Italy and took off on their honeymoon to Ireland shortly afterwards.

The couple reportedly started trying to get pregnant again while on their honeymoon. According to Us, Kardashian and West, a 37-year-old rapper, even returned to the location earlier this month to continue their attempt at expanding their family.

"Kim won't tell anyone until she's five months along," an insider told the magazine. "She doesn't want people scrutinizing her body."

The reality TV star told the U.K.'s Daily Mail last month she would "definitely" like to have at least one more kid.

"I like a big family... [So] we'll see how that goes," Kardashian said at the time while at a festival in France.

Keeping Up with the Kardashians' ninth season currently airs on Sunday nights at 9PM ET/PT on E!.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, July 17, 2014 - 12:24 PM EST
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People News : Former 'Dancing with the Stars' contestant Danica McKellar's boyfriend pops the question!
Dancing with the Stars 18 Danica McKellar has gotten engaged to her boyfriend Scott Sveslosky.

"Scott and I are thrilled," the 39-year-old former Dancing with the Stars contestant and The Wonder Years star told People in a statement.

McKellar and Sveslosky, a partner at the international law firm Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton, LLP, are reportedly planning to get married by the end of this year.

McKellar has a three-year-old son Draco from her previous marriage, while Sveslosky also has a 10-year-old son Hunter from his first marriage.

"We are looking forward to merging our families," the actress told People.

McKellar and her professional partner Val Chmerkovskiy were the seventh couple eliminated from Dancing with the Stars' most recent eighteenth edition.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, July 17, 2014 - 11:42 AM EST
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