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The Bachelorette 10 The Bachelorette star Andi Dorfman's runner-up suitor was reportedly so convinced she had made the wrong decision at the end of her journey, he stood waiting in the wings for her to admit her mistake and take him back.

[SPOILER WARNING: Please stop reading if you do not want to find out whom Andi Dorfman rejected out of her Final 2 bachelors.]

The tenth season's runner-up, who is widely reported to be Nick Viall, was unable to accept Dorfman's choice to pick Josh Murray at her final Rose Ceremony filmed in Punta Cana. In fact, the runner-up started looking into buying an engagement ring for Dorfman for when she changed her mind, Us Weekly reported in its July 28 issue.

According to a show source, the rejected bachelor couldn't take "no" for an answer and pleaded for a second chance. The runner-up reportedly begged Dorfman to meet with him in person once the pair returned to the United States to convince her of why they should be together.

"He thinks there's no way she can be happy with her choice," said the source.

It's possible the heartbroken bachelor will still be fighting for what he wants come The Bachelor: After the Final Rose special, which airs live after the tenth-season finale on Monday, July 28.

"The winner doesn't know about any of this," an insider told Us.

The show source explained the runner-up believed Dorfman wasn't confident in her selection and would eventually "pull a Mesnick," which refers to former The Bachelor star Jason Mesnick's controversial move in which he dumped his fiancee and final bachelorette for his runner-up after the finale aired. 

Dorfman's rejected suitor was reportedly so convinced the Bachelorette would want to swap men that he planned out another proposal. He had been prepared to propose in the Dominican Republic.

"He was thinking about getting a ring and everything," said a friend.

However, the rejected suitor's hopes and dreams were apparently destroyed when Dorfman had absolutely no intention of looking back.

"She made it clear that she didn't want to see him," noted the show source. "She never learned that he was thinking about proposing."

Rather than continue to be depressed over Dorfman's decision to dump him, the runner-up just got mad, according to Us.

"It's been incredibly hard for him. He really thought she was going to pick him," added the insider. "He's almost gone through the stages of grief: believing that she was going to come to her senses then, and now just feeling really angry and upset."

It reportedly didn't help that the runner-up allegedly lost to his "chief rival" in the house.

"There's definitely a lot of bad feelings between them -- more than with previous final twos," explained the insider.

The Bachelorette host Chris Harrison had his own take on the Viall and Murray match-up to win Dorfman's heart.

"I think Josh is a safe pick. It's what she's comfortable with. She's dated guys like that," Harrison told the magazine at the Men Tell All taping. "I think Nick represents what she would aspire to have, what she would like to have. It's the road less traveled."

Potential The Bachelor star Chris Soules definitely thought one guy had an edge over the other at first, however, he's opened his mind to the possibility that either guy might be a great fit for Dorfman.

"If you would have asked me what I thought of Nick the second I left, I would have been praying for him not to make it," Soules said of Viall. "But watching it, there's something between him and Andi that I didn't see. He was totally committed to her. I could see either him or Josh being a good fit."
Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, July 25, 2014 - 05:26 PM EST
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Show Spoiling News : 'The Bachelorette' star Andi Dorfman reportedly changes her mind last minute when picking her final bachelor
The Bachelorette 10 The Bachelorette star Andi Dorfman reportedly changed her final pick last minute when deciding whether Nick Viall or Josh Murray should receive her last rose.

[SPOILER WARNING: Please stop reading if you do not want to find out whom Andi Dorfman selects as her final suitor.]

"Andi had deep feelings for both Josh and Nick, and she initially chose Nick to win," a source close to the production told OK! Weekly.

"But just minutes before she was set to tape, she had a change of heart and picked Josh instead."

The Bachelorette host Chris Harrison and the show's producers were reportedly shocked Dorfman changed her mind, as they had expected her to choose Viall.

"But she knew in her gut that Josh was the one," said the source, adding that several of the guys had warned Dorfman she was being "fooled by [Viall's] charm."

"She'll never admit that she initially chose Nick," added the OK! source.

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


Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, July 25, 2014 - 04:17 PM EST
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People News : Jennifer Lopez celebrates 45th birthday with Maksim Chmerkovskiy, reportedly "affectionate" with one another
American Idol 13 Jennifer Lopez reportedly celebrated her 45th birthday with rumored beau Maksim Chmerkovskiy.

The American Idol judge, 44, and Chmerkovskiy, a 34-year-old Dancing with the Stars pro, were very "affectionate" during an outing at Greek restaurant and lounge Nammos Estiatorio in Southhampton on Thursday, E! News reported.

Although Chmerkovskiy didn't arrive to Lopez's bash until around 1AM, an insider told E! News, "They seemed really happy to see each other."

Lopez's birthday party, which reportedly began at 9PM, featured some other guests familiar to reality TV viewers: Khloe Kardashian, French Montana, Scott Disick, and Leah Remini. 

"Jennifer was the last to get there, she came with her sisters," the insider said. "She looked amazing in a white crop bustier underneath a white pantsuit. She was glowing."

After dinner was served on the patio and Lopez blew out the candles on her cake, everyone reportedly hit the dance floor.

"No one danced more than Jennifer," a source added. "She barely sat down all night! Of course, the DJ played some of her hits. She was really tearing it up, dancing until the very end."

Lopez dumped backup dancer-turned-choreographer Casper Smart, 27, earlier this year in an "amicable process," according to an Us Weekly source.

Rumors have since been circulating Lopez may be dating Chmerkovskiy. Sources have claimed they kept in touch after Chmerkovskiy performed with her at the American Music Awards last November. The couple reportedly met through Remini, Lopez's best friend, who had competed on Season 17 of Dancing with the Stars and hopes the two performers will date.

However, the "I Luh Ya Papi" singer rejected dating rumors on Twitter via two different tweets in early June.

"No I'm not. #rumors #nottrue," Lopez wrote, further clarifying things in her second post.

"No I'm not. (dating anyone new already.)," she tweeted at the time.

Chmerkovskiy has apparently been single since his last relationship with Sports Illustrated supermodel Kate Upton ended in December although reports had circulated for weeks he was dating his Season 18 Dancing with the Stars partner Meryl Davis. Both dancers repeatedly insisted there was nothing romantic going on between them.

Lopez will sit on American Idol's judging panel again with Harry Connick Jr. and Keith Urban for Season 14. It has yet to be confirmed whether Chmerkovskiy will return to Dancing with the Stars for Season 19 and compete as a pro or serve as a judge.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, July 25, 2014 - 01:51 PM EST
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People News : Khloe Kardashian: French Montana and I can't have sex so I torture him every day
Keeping Up with the Kardashians Khloe Kardashian apparently isn't afraid to talk about her sex life with boyfriend French Montana.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 30, first admitted she's having sex with the rapper, 29, and then joked about how he's briefly taken it away and she, in turn, likes to torture him, according to Us Weekly.

During a Thursday interview with Power 105, New York's hip-hop and R&B radio station, Kardashian responded to Montana critics by saying, "People are going to comment no matter what. If I like [French], no one else should care, they're not f-cking him. So why do they care?"

However, the couple isn't sexually active at this point because Montana is observing Ramadan, an annual month of fasting in the Muslim calendar. Montana reportedly can't engage in eating, drinking, smoking and sex.

It's been "so fun," Kardashian said with sarcasm. "That's why he's wearing all white. He's so pure and holy, he's virginal."

After the radio host suggested the reality TV star would have the ability to torture her boyfriend, she reportedly noted, "I have been. Every single day."

The couple also couldn't help but gush about one another during the interview, Us reported.

"He's probably one of the funniest people I've ever met in my life, you cannot stop laughing, crying laughing," Kardashian said of her beau. "I think he puts out there a tough exterior but there's another side of him that he keeps more private. I've learned from my past you've got to keep some things private, a little more close to your heart."

Montana, who claimed he hasn't gotten used to all the attention he's been receiving as a result of his very-public relationship, also called Kardashian "cool as hell" and revealed [Sean "Diddy" Combs] "is the one who put us together."

Although the pair seem pretty smitten with one another, Montana admitted they won't get married any time soon because he's "still going through a divorce."

Similarly, Kardashian filed for divorce from Lamar Odom, 34, in December of last year.

Montana also announced he will be appearing on Keeping Up with the Kardashians although he was initially hesitant to be a part of the show.

"They called me a couple of times for the new season, they got me. They got Kanye [West] on there [too]," Montana reportedly told Power 105, adding that he has "nothing but love" for Kardashian's whole family and gets along with matriarch Kris Jenner wonderfully.

"[We're] best friends, we drink together."

Reports have recently surfaced Kardashian wants to have a baby with Montana and the rapper had cheated on her earlier this summer.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, July 25, 2014 - 12:20 PM EST
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Show Update News : 'Big Brother' evicts Brittany Martinez and crowns two new Head of Households
Big Brother 16 Big Brother evicted Brittany Martinez from the house during Thursday night's fourteenth broadcast of the show's sixteenth season on CBS.

Brittany, a 29-year-old event coordinator from Long Beach, CA, who currently resides in Torrance, CA, was evicted from the Big Brother house instead of Donny Thompson, a 42-year-old school groundskeeper from Albemarle, NC, via a unanimous 10-0 vote. 

Leading up to Brittany's eviction, the week's Head of Household, Cody Calafiore, assured Donny he wouldn't be going home. Caleb Reynolds, however, was campaigning to the "Detonators" alliance -- which he believed was still the "Bomb Squad" although he was actually outside the group entirely -- to keep Brittany because she deserved to stay.

Caleb insisted Donny would be a threat to the "Bomb Squad" alliance, but his allies argued Brittany was equally, if not more so, a threat.

The episode concluded with the houseguests -- minus Cody, who as the outgoing HoH, was deemed ineligible to participate -- competing in a country-themed HoH competition. Zach Rance and Frankie Grande ended up winning the challenge and both became HoH's.

In addition, "Team America" allies Donny, Frankie and Derrick Levasseur received their third mission to attempt. Going forward, they must try to play the role of "puppet master" and cause two houseguests to argue at either the nomination ceremony or upcoming Power of Veto meeting.

"Team America" has already successfully completed two missions, winning $10,000 total each.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, July 25, 2014 - 11:05 AM EST
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Show Update News : 'Last Comic Standing' sends home Karlous Miller, determines Top 5
Last Comic Standing 8 Last Comic Standing eliminated Karlous Miller, determining the eighth season's Top 5 finalists during Thursday night's broadcast on NBC.

Karlous, a comic from Oxford, MS, who currently resides in Atlanta, GA, 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 6 remaining finalists competing in their fourth and final challenge which required each comic to roast the famous comedian Gilbert Gottfried in front of a large audience.

The group's mentor for this challenge was Jeff Ross, who ended up picking the winner. Nikki Carr from Bronx, NY, was declared the champion and therefore earned an automatic spot in the upcoming "Title Round." She also received immunity from the season's fourth 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 Nikki won the previous challenge, no one could vote for her, however, her vote still counted.

Joe racked in the most votes and chose to face-off against Karlous in this week's stand-up challenge at The Comedy Store. He opted to compete against Karlous rather than Rocky LaPorte from Chicago, IL.

It was then up to Last Comic Standing judges Roseanne Barr, Keenen Ivory Wayans and Russell Peters to determine the winner of the stand-up challenge. They agreed Joe's act impressed more, so Karlous was sent home.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, July 25, 2014 - 10:46 AM EST
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Show Update News : 'Hell's Kitchen' crowns Scott Commings twelfth-season champion
Hell's Kitchen 11 Hell's Kitchen crowned Scott Commings from Woodstock, IL, the Fox culinary competition's twelfth-season winner during Thursday night's finale broadcast.

"Hell's Kitchen was truly the best and most rewarding experience of my life. I feel so blessed to have been given this incredible and most difficult opportunity. What I have been able to take from this experience will be with me the rest of my life, and I will use every bit of this education to continue to pursue my passion for food. I am truly thankful," Scott said after discovering he had won the show.

As the show's twelfth-season winner, Scott won a $250,000 head chef position at Hell's Kitchen star Gordon Ramsay's Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

"Scott is a tremendous leader and is never afraid to take risks. Throughout Hell's Kitchen, he showed incredible determination and became a stronger chef even as the competition became fiercer, proving that he has what it takes to make a mark on the culinary world," Gordon said of Scott's performance.

Scott defeated Jason Zepaltas from Chicago, IL, during last night's Hell's Kitchen finale broadcast.

After Jason and Scott stayed in a luxury suite at the Four Seasons hotel in Beverly Hills and then went to a boxing match with Gordon, the guys had to participate in their final challenge of the season. Each chef was given one hour to create five unique dishes: a cold appetizer, a hot appetizer, a chicken entree, a seafood entree, and a filet of beef entree.

Each category was judged by a different professional chef and each dish was scored from 1-10 points. The person to score the most points overall would win the challenge.

Scott and Jason tied with eight points for their hot appetizers as well as nine points for their chicken entrees. Jason beat Scott by one point with his fish entree, however, Scott trumped Jason by one point in two categories -- the cold appetizer and beef entree. Therefore, Scott ended up winning the challenge.

As a prize for winning the challenge, Scott got to have first pick amongst previously-eliminated Hell's Kitchen twelfth-season chefs to join his brigade for the final dinner service. Scott decided to select Chris Eversole first, but Jason admitted Chris wouldn't have been his top choice anyway.

Gordon told Scott and Jason they had both managed to lead dinner services that were "incredibly close."

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, July 25, 2014 - 10:12 AM EST
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Show Update News : 'America's Got Talent' determines Top 47 live shows acts
America's Got Talent 9 America's Got Talent judges Howie Mandel, Melanie "Mel B" Brown, Heidi Klum, and Howard Stern sent 47 acts through to the live shows at Radio City Music Hall during Wednesday night's broadcast on NBC.

While 47 acts were selected by the America's Got Talent judges to advance to the live shows at Radio City Music Hall, America will vote to advance one more act out of three hopefuls.

The three potential acts are The Power House Tumblers, an elite tumbling ministry from Wilmington, NC; Cornell Bhangra, a Bhangra dance team from Cornell University; and domino artists Lily Hevesh, Nathan Heck, Chris Wright and Joe Parks.

The live shows will begin airing on Tuesday, July 29 at 9PM ET/PT. The 48th act will be announced on the Today show the following day during America's Got Talent's first live results show of the season.

The 47 acts whom the show's judges advanced to Radio City Music Hall's live shows are as follows:


Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, July 24, 2014 - 04:00 PM EST
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People News : Marcus Grodd reportedly gets engaged during 'Bachelor in Paradise'
Bachelor In Paradise The Bachelorette bachelor Marcus Grodd is reportedly engaged.

Briefly after appearing on The Bachelorette's tenth season with Andi Dorfman and getting eliminated in fourth place, Grodd popped the question while competing on ABC's new spinoff Bachelor in Paradise, which filmed in June, Us Weekly reported.

According to a source, Grodd reportedly found love quickly with former The Bachelor bachelorette Lacy Faddoul from Juan Pablo Galavis' edition.

The 25-year-old sports medicine manager from Dallas, TX, was denied one of Dorfman's three roses after the men's hometown dates.

Grodd had confessed his feelings of love for Dorfman on numerous occasions, being open and vulnerable as the Bachelorette had requested of her guys. During his hometown date on the July 7 episode, Grodd gave Dorfman a private striptease dance to reenact his first group date with the show's star.

Dorfman appreciated how honest Grodd had been about his past family issues, but in the end, Dorfman eliminated him because -- although she believed he could give her the world and a fairy tale ending -- she didn't envision him as the "great love" she had been looking for. Dorfman told Grodd her feelings just hadn't caught up to his, and in his final words, he said he felt like an idiot and would continue to love her.

Faddoul was eliminated by Galavis during The Bachelor's eighteenth-season's very first Rose Ceremony. The nursing-home owner was sent home with eight other women following the inaugural cocktail party.

Bachelor in Paradise is set to premiere on Monday, August 4 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, July 24, 2014 - 03:05 PM EST
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Show Update News : 'Big Brother' HoH Cody Calafiore determines final two nominees for eviction
Big Brother 16 Big Brother determined the week's two official nominations after the Power of Veto competition during Wednesday night's thirteenth broadcast of the show's sixteenth season on CBS.

As the week's only remaining Head of Household, Cody Calafiore ended up nominating Donny Thompson and Brittany Martinez.

The original four nominees, prior to the "Battle of the Block" competition, were Brittany, Amber Borzotra, Jocasta Odom, and Victoria Rafaeli. Dethroned HoH Frankie Grande had nominated Jocasta, a floater, and Amber, a big threat. Cody's two original nominees were Victoria and Brittany, who had been his No. 1 target. 

However, after winning the soccer-themed Power of Veto competition, Victoria took herself off the chopping block. Cody was then forced to name a replacement nominee and he reluctantly selected Donny because his "Detonators" alliance insisted he do so. The "Detonators" group was comprised of Cody, Frankie, Derrick Levasseur, Christine Brecht, and Zach Rance.

Cody desperately wanted to nominate Caleb Reynolds but his alliance members knew Caleb was a loyal ally to them. Caleb, on the other hand, had no idea he was on the outside of the "Detonators" group.

Caleb didn't like how Cody always flirted with Amber yet Cody hated being watched all the time by Caleb. Cody assumed if he didn't go after Caleb, Caleb would end up targeting him first. Caleb even mentioned to Zach that Cody was putting a target on his back the more he spent time with Amber. Zach in turn snitched the news to Cody.

Meanwhile, Brittany tried to get Caleb on her side because she believed a lot of people feared him. She even selected him to compete in the PoV competition, which raised a red flag in some of the houseguests' minds.

During the PoV competition, Caleb had a chance to win the Power of Veto but opted to receive $5,000 instead. The move pissed Cody off because it would force him to name a replacement nominee, which would ultimately get more blood on his hands. Cody thought Caleb would've been a better ally since they were "boys."

Donny was hoping Cody would backdoor Caleb. Zach also wanted Caleb to go and figured they'd have the numbers to do it. However, Derrick and Frankie fought hard to convince Cody not to make a rash hot-headed decision. Donny would serve as an easy, harmless pawn on the block whereas the "Detonators" would lose an ally if Caleb got nominated.

Although Donny was banking on Cody playing his own game for himself, Cody put Donny up on the block and told everyone that Brittany remained his No. 1 target. Derrick made a good point that registered with Cody in that if Brittany became the next HoH, she'd probably put the both of them on the block against one another.


Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, July 24, 2014 - 01:24 PM EST
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Show Update News : 'So You Think You Can Dance' ousts Marcouet Hill and Brooklyn Fullmer, determines Top 14
So You Think You Can Dance 11 So You Think You Can Dance eliminated two more finalists and determined the eleventh season's Top 14 contestants during Wednesday night's live performance show on Fox.

Marcouet Hill, an 18-year-old Latin Ballroom dancer from South Jordan, UT, and Brooklyn Fullmer, an 18-year-old Latin Ballroom dancer from Provo, UT, were 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 week's show.

America's vote from last week determined the bottom three guys and the bottom three girls after the Top 16 finalists had performed in pairs to a dance style selected at random. All the contestants performed again on Wednesday night with the hope of impressing the judges, who held each bottom-six dancer's fate in their hands, before the elimination results were revealed.

The other four bottom-six vote-getting dancers were Bridget Whitman, a 20-year-old Contemporary dancer from Tempe, AZ; Tanisha Belnap, a 20-year-old Ballroom dancer from Payson, UT; Serge Onik, a 26-year-old Latin Ballroom dancer from Upper Saddle River, NJ; and Zack Everhart Jr., a 20-year-old Tap dancer from Kennesaw, GA.

Marcouet took the stage with a foxtrot routine with partner Jessica Richens, an 18-year-old Jazz dancer from Yorba Linda, CA. Brooklyn danced a hip-hop number with partner Casey Askew, a 19-year-old Contemporary dancer from Seattle, WA.

Following the night's performances, the judges were required to eliminate two individuals -- one male and one female -- and they opted to cut Marcouet and Brooklyn from the competition.

So You Think You Can Dance's fifth eleventh-season performance show will feature the 14 remaining finalists dancing again for home viewer votes. Also during the Wednesday, July 30 episode, a whopping two guys and two girls will be sent home.


Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, July 24, 2014 - 10:00 AM EST
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Casting News : 'The Bachelor' producers reportedly deciding between two possible next Bachelor stars
The Bachelor 18 The Bachelor producers are reportedly zeroing in on two potential stars of the show's upcoming nineteenth season.

According to multiple show sources, producers are looking into having either Arie Luyendyk Jr., a 32-year-old race car driver from Scottsdale, AZ, or Chris Soules, a 32-year-old farmer from Arlington, IA, star as the next Bachelor, E! News reported.

"They are looking for the anti-Juan Pablo," one source close to production told E! News. "Definitely want a really nice guy this time around."

Luyendyk Jr. finished as Emily Maynard's runner-up during her The Bachelorette edition, which aired in Summer 2012. The Bachelorette's current tenth-season star Andi Dorfman eliminated Soules in third place after she had visited his hometown and met his family.

Not only are both guys in talks to appear on the series, The Bachelor has already reportedly filmed scenes of Luyendyk Jr. in his hometown to get a grasp of what the season might look like with him as its leading man.

The network "will probably wait [until the] very last minute to make the call," a source said of producers' tough decision, which may be officially revealed as early as next week.

"We never comment on casting rumors and speculation," an ABC representative told the website. "Right now we do not know when we will announce who the new Bachelor is."

Soules was a clear fan favorite from Dorfman's season, as the audience roared with applause for him during The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All special earlier this week. Soules came across as a sweet, kind-hearted gentleman who's very successful at running his family's farm in Iowa. However, he managed to stand up for himself and put some of the other guys in their place numerous times throughout the season.

Luyendyk Jr. seemed to develop a reputation as being a bit of a player following his stint on The Bachelorette. Although remembered for being funny, down-to-earth and romantic, former The Bachelor contestant Courtney Robertson admitted Luyendyk Jr. had two-timed her. 

In November 2013, "I told Arie we were done. He was disappointed and asked me to think about it overnight, and then attend the iHeartRadio concert with him the next day," Robertson wrote in her recently-released memoir, I Didn't Come Here to Make Friends -- Confessions of a Reality Show Villain Courtney Robertson.

"After sleeping on it, I called Arie and told him I'd overreacted and that I'd love to go with him. 'I don't think it's a good idea,' he said. I was surprised and confused, until I checked Instagram later that night. He'd flown in another girl to take to the show and because he just couldn't help it Arie posted pictures of them together," the model explained.

"I clicked on her name and figured out that he was dating this woman, a born-again virgin, the entire time we were together. He'd often seen both of us on the same day. It was all right there on social media, if I'd bothered to check."

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - 05:24 PM EST
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Features & Interviews : Exclusive: 'So You Think You Can Dance' eliminee Stanley Glover talks
So You Think You Can Dance 11 So You Think You Can Dance eliminated Stanley Glover and determined the eleventh season's Top 16 contestants during last Wednesday night's live performance show on Fox.

In addition to Stanley, a 19-year-old Contemporary dancer from Chicago, IL, Jourdan Epstein, a 24-year-old Ballet dancer from Plymouth, MN, 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 the previous Wednesday night's show.

In a recent exclusive interview with Reality TV World, Stanley talked about his So You Think You Can Dance experience. Below is what he had to say. To read our interview with Jourdan, click here.

Reality TV World: Stanley, you weren't 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?

Stanley Glover: For me, last week I had a Broadway number by Spencer Liff and unfortunately the judges -- we didn't feel the connection that the judges wanted. So this week, I had a feeling that I might've been in the bottom six. But I'm always ready to give it my all and give my heart and leave my heart on the stage. So... if things happen, they're going to happen, and I just enjoyed every last minute that I had on the stage.

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?

Stanley Glover: I wish they brought back the "dance for your life" because I was hoping to show everything that I can do. But at the same time, things do change and you have to show them in other styles why you deserve to be here.

So it's definitely a learning experience as well, so you can grow. You have to stay stagnant in what you love to do but show what else you can do besides your style. So, it's kind of a bittersweet feeling.

Reality TV World: Viewers learned you're an aspiring male model. How had that been going for you prior to the show and did your decision to try out for So You Think You Can Dance have anything to do with wanting to gain exposure for that modeling career?

Stanley Glover: It definitely wasn't for me to get exposure for it, but if it helped, I would love to do it. Dance was always my first love and they asked for other hobbies, like what I like to do and what America doesn't know about me.

And I do hope to be an aspiring model, and I plan on doing both of them. So it's definitely just something that I stepped my foot into, but dance was my first love and always will be my first love. But there's other things that you can do other than dance, but it's just been great, you know?

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?

Stanley Glover: (Laughs) I don't know. I just personally think they're so cute together. (Laughs) I'm wondering, like, what's going to happen later in the season.

Reality TV World: The week when America cast votes that resulted in your ouster, you performed that telephone routine with Malene Ostergaard and the judges bashed it a little bit. They didn't like how the phones were used as props throughout the entire routine. It seemed like the judges' negative comments were more angled toward the choreography rather than your skills or talent as dancers. Since you went home because of that routine, does that frustrate you at all?

Stanley Glover: It doesn't disappoint or frustrate me at all actually. You just never know. It's a game of chance. At the end of the day, this is still a competition and it's still a TV show, so the phones, it wasn't up to us to decide if we were going to leave or anything.

Me and Malene, we gave it our best and I'm actually really happy about our performances. We didn't drop the phone or get tangled up like we did in rehearsal, so that was one good aspect of it and when we got onstage, we were just so happy together. And as Malene said, that's all you can really ask for, is knowing that you did the best that you could do with what you were given, you know?

Reality TV World: Were you a fan of So You Think You Can Dance before you appeared on the show and was this season the first time you had ever auditioned for it?

Stanley Glover: I was a fan of the show. I've been watching since Season 3 and I've been a fan ever since of a lot of people that have been on the show.

And just imagining that I could've made it this far definitely was a shocker to me, because I never thought I would audition and get this far. And this was my first time auditioning, so I'm glad I took that step to go forward and be confident and try out. And look [where] it [got] me!


Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - 12:06 PM EST
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Show Update News : 'America's Got Talent' judges advance eight ninth-season acts straight to live shows
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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