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The Voice (Season 13) Jennifer Hudson is parting ways from her fiance David Otunga after a decade together, and the split does not appear to be amicable.

"They have been in the process of ending their relationship for a number of months," a representative for The Voice coach told People.

"Today, Jennifer requested and received a protective order against her ex-fiance. Jennifer's actions are solely taken in the best interest of their son."

Otunga, a 37-year-old former wrestler, and Hudson, 36, welcomed a son together, David Daniel Jr., in August 2009.

Hudson and Otunga, who competed on VH1's I Love New York 2 and finished as its second runner-up, began dating in 2008 and Otunga reportedly proposed marriage to the singer and actress only a few months into their relationship.


In a statement issued to People, Otunga's attorney Tracy M. Rizzo said of the split, "David Otunga has been trying to negotiate the terms of an amicable parenting agreement with Ms. Hudson for several weeks now."

"However, when it became apparent to Ms. Hudson that Mr. Otunga would be the parent granted residential care of the child, as a result of Mr. Otunga being the child's primary caregiver while Ms. Hudson pursues her career all over the world, Ms. Hudson decided to file a meritless Petition for Order of Protection in an effort to gain an unfair advantage in the custody dispute."

Rizzo continued, "As a result of Mr. Otunga's career in the WWE, Ms. Hudson felt that she could give an award winning performance in court to portray herself as the victim. Mr. Otunga has never abused or harassed Ms. Hudson or their son, and it is unfortunate, especially in today’s climate, that she would feel the need to make these false allegations against him."

Rizzo added that Otunga "looks forward to his day in court" and "being awarded the residential care" of the couple's son.

The breakup may not come as a big shock to fans considering Hudson was seemingly dragging her feet on following through on the engagement and getting married.

She appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in April 2017 and was asked about her impending nuptials, according to Us Weekly.

"I'm not in a hurry. He's not going anywhere," Hudson told Ellen DeGeneres of planning her future wedding, adding that they were both happy in the relationship at the time.

But Hudson experienced tragedy only one month after getting engaged to Otunga, when her mother Darnell Donerson and brother Jason Hudson were fatally shot in their Chicago home. Hudson's seven-year-old nephew, Julian King, had also been found dead inside a vehicle outside.

In a 2011 interview with Ebony magazine, Hudson explained that she might have been a victim in the situation if it hadn't been for her romance with Otunga.

She was apparently visiting her beau in Florida when the shootings occurred.

"That's one of the things that saved my life, because I could have been home with my mom then. He wanted me to come out to Florida with him instead of going to Chicago," Hudson told the magazine, according to Us.

"I flew out to see him; that's why I'm still here. I've never said that before, and I can't believe I just said that now. But I didn't know. He was just like, 'I'm going to this wrestling thing, and it's in Tampa. I'm going out there now, so you can come out there and see me versus going home.'" 

Hudson's former brother-in-law, William Balfour, was convicted of the murders in her family in 2012.

Hudson, who was a finalist on American Idol's third season back in 2004, currently serves as a coach on The Voice's thirteenth season alongside Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus, and Blake Shelton.

The Top 12 contestants begin the live shows next week on NBC.
Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, November 17, 2017 - 11:49 AM EST
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Features & Interviews : Exclusive: Desi Williams talks 'Survivor' -- I don't think voting me out was the smart move, but I'm flattered
Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers Desi Williams was voted out of Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers' merged Solewa tribe during Wednesday night's episode on CBS.

Desi, a 27-year-old physical therapist from Peachtree City, GA who currently resides in Newport News, VA, became the eighth person voted out of the game and the first member of the Season 35 jury on Night 21 through a 5-1 revote at Tribal Council instead of Joe Mena, a 34-year-old probation officer from Bronx, NY who currently resides in Tolland, CT.

There was a revote after the tribe initially split votes 4-4 between Desi and Joe, although both Lauren Rimmer, a 35-year-old fisherman from Beaufort, NC, and Ben Driebergen, a 34-year-old U.S. Marine from Boise, ID, received one vote apiece as well.

Lauren did not vote either of the times because she had found an advantage, forcing her to skip this vote but allowing her to vote twice at the subsequent Tribal Council session.

During an exclusive interview with Reality TV World on Thursday, Desi talked about her Survivor experience. Below is a portion of what she had to say.

Reality TV World: Just to confirm, you had no idea about Lauren's advantage while you were out there, correct?

Desi Williams: Correct. No idea.

Reality TV World: What was your reaction when you found out about Lauren's advantage? Did the twist surprise you?

Desi Williams: So, I've had conversations since [filming] of course, and there's Ponderosa, so I knew before last night that that had happened. But when I found out, I was very shocked.

Reality TV World: It was a little bit of a risky move on Lauren's part. What do you think about her decision to play the advantage?

Desi Williams: Kind of. But I don't even know if it had crossed my mind. I mean, it was a risky move, but it also would've been foolish not to play it, right? So I think she had no choice in that.

Reality TV World: When the first vote was a tie at Tribal Council, did the thought even cross your mind that someone from the Healers had flipped? Did you just assume Lauren had voted?

Desi Williams: No, I kind of felt like a Healer had flipped. I'm trying to think of how the votes went down. It wasn't even -- it was less of a flip because when the first votes were read, I was more so confused as to why there were so many random votes.

I thought at least all the Healers were voting for Lauren. That was the last conversation we had before leaving for Tribal. So I was just confused at that moment, like people, why are all these other names being written down when I thought we had agreed that Lauren was who our votes were going to?

Reality TV World: When it became time for the revote, what did you expect was going to happen? Did you have a feeling you were the main target or that Joe was probably going home?

Desi Williams: No, I kind of had a feeling it was going to be me. And you know, I have to almost be flattered by the fact that they chose to get me out at this point in the game as opposed to Joe.

At this point, I was strategically trying not to demonstrate that I was smart in the game. So I was really just purely a physical threat at that point in the game, and nobody hated me at that point in the game.

So they got me out because I was a challenge threat, and they felt like I would win more Individual Immunities and it would be harder to get me out at the end. Joe was not performing well in Individual Immunity Challenges and probably could be voted out.

So in my head, that at least made me feel better about it. I take it as a compliment that they went towards me and I had a pretty good feeling that they would.

Reality TV World: So putting yourself in their shoes, it sounds like you think they made the smart choice in taking you out before Joe? Because they were also worried about Joe's strategic gameplay and how he was great at finding hidden Immunity Idols.

Desi Williams: I don't know if I feel that they made a good decision because from where I stand, in the season I was having, if we look at the history of Survivor, physical threats do not win the game of Survivor. Strategic threats win the game of Survivor.

So to me, it's foolish to vote physical players out first, because they're not historically who wins the game. We need to go for the strategic threats. And the physical threats, we can all kind of duke it out in the end. So, no, I don't think they made the smart move. But it worked for them I guess.

Reality TV World: You said you had a very difficult decision in whether to vote for Joe or not. How much did you waver in making that decision? Did you ever campaign for people to target Joe instead of you, or did you ever entertain the idea of flipping like Mike Zahalsky did?

Desi Williams: In my head and in confessionals, yes, but publicly, no. I would have not campaigned against Joe. And it became something bigger than the game for me. You're on this island with strangers, and if that was the one person I could trust and the one person I feel safe being around, I'm not going to campaign to get rid of him.

Because everybody else, they're doing nothing but lying to my face. So privately, in confessionals, I kind of had that conversation about, "Maybe I should flip. I know it's going to keep me in this game if I flip," but psychologically and morally, I just knew I couldn't do it.

Reality TV World: What was the turning point in your relationship with Joe when it actually become a friendship or close alliance? Because for most of the game, you had been talking with castaways -- like Jessica Johnston, for example -- about how you were kind of indifferent to working with him vs. getting rid of him.

Desi Williams: Yeah, I think the more and more -- so [Roark Luskin] was my closest ally in the beginning. Once Roark got voted out, I was kind of stuck with Joe. He was the only Healer left on my tribe and I knew [Ashley Nolan] and [Devon Pinto] were closer to each other than they were with me.

So that left me, kind of, with Joe. We merged and then Jess felt like my closest ally. And then Jess went home and I was left with Joe, and that's kind of the way it all went down.

I knew that both Mike and [Cole Medders] were unpredictable and super paranoid in the game, and not level-headed enough for me to even have a conversation with [them] that I could trust. So, it was just as people were being peeled out of the game who I trusted and felt like I could work with, I was left with Joe, and that's kind of how it happened.

To read more from Reality TV World's exclusive Survivor interview with Desi Williams, click here. And be sure to check back with us soon for more.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Friday, November 17, 2017 - 11:34 AM EST
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People News : Kim Kardashian explains why her surrogate wasn't invited to baby shower -- "There are no rules"
Keeping Up with the Kardashians Kim Kardashian's surrogate wasn't invited to her baby shower this past weekend, but the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has a good reason for that.

Kim announced on Wednesday she's expecting a baby girl with husband Kanye West via surrogate, and days earlier, on November 11, the 37-year-old reality TV star threw a tea-party themed baby shower at her home complete with an adorable cherry-blossom forest.

One important guest, however, was missing at the shower -- the woman carrying Kim's third child.

"I, um, I did not [invite the surrogate]," Kim said on The Real on Thursday.

"I did introduce her to my family. I introduced her to my family earlier that day. And, you know, I just thought, I don't know, it was like a weird decision to have to make. Of course, I would've wanted her to be there and be a part of it, but I hadn't really gone that far in explaining it to my kids yet."

Kim continued, "So I have to figure that out first before they really see, and then if we're celebrating, you know, her, I just want to celebrate the baby. I think I have to explain it to my kids first and figure out how I'm going to explain it to them."

Kim made it clear she has a wonderful relationship with the surrogate and their dynamic had nothing to do with the unidentified woman's absence from the baby bash.

"I love her," Kim said, according to E! News. "I have the best relationship with my surrogate. She's so nice. She is the perfect person to do this for my family. She's great. She's been amazing."

In a shocking revelation, Kim told the ladies on The Real that the surrogate had no idea she'd be carrying Kim and Kanye's baby in the beginning.

"You could do it totally anonymously," Kim reportedly said.

"You could go that route and I just felt like I wanted whoever's carrying my baby, like, what if they weren't a fan of me or my husband? And what if they didn't want to be carrying our baby? I wanted to give them that choice and be like, proud and on the same page. I wanted a relationship with her."

Kim disclosed that once the surrogate found out she'd be giving birth to North and Saint's little sibling, she was "really excited."

"She was, you know, someone that had watched the show, not like a Super Fan or anything, that it would have been uncomfortable, but she had seen my struggle and seen how open I was about it. So she was really proud to do it and really excited," she said, E! News reported.

Kim felt the need to hire a surrogate after having two high-risk, life-threatening pregnancies with her daughter and son.

With North, Kim had the condition called pre-eclampsia, and then after the delivery, her placenta stayed attached to the inside of her uterus, which is known as placenta accreta.

After two surgeries to remove a leftover piece of placenta and then remove scar tissue, Kim struggled to conceive Saint.

While pregnant and in labor with Saint, Kim reportedly suffered similar complications. Kim later had a third surgery to repair her uterus so she could hopefully carry Baby No. 3, but the procedure was unsuccessful.

"I really didn't have a choice. I, at this point, couldn't get pregnant and we wanted to expand our family. So the fact that that is something that you can do -- and it's really taboo to talk about and people don't really understand it, I mean, even throwing my baby shower, do I a baby shower? What do I do?" Kim reportedly explained.

"I thought I wanted to because I wanted North to experience a party, like, 'Something's coming, someone's coming. We're going to welcome our little sister. [She's] coming.' So I think that... that really like got everyone in the mood. But there are no rules."

Kim doesn't understand what she is supposed to do or avoid in the situation of having a surrogate, but she's doing the best she can.

"What are the rules? There are no rules and I'm trying to figure it out. But I thought I'd want to be open about my experience because it's what I'm going through," Kim said, according to the website.

"I was in the mindset of, 'I'm not going to do a baby shower.' And all of a sudden, like five days before the baby shower, I was like, 'I have to do it.' Cherry blossoms, it's what I wanted. We had to rent off these cherry blossoms. They pulled it off in four or five days... and it was so beautiful. It was just a tea [party] for my friends... I'm so glad that I did it."

Kim also disclosed on The Real that four-year-old North is "so excited" about the new baby and the fact she's a girl, but the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star fears Saint, who turns 2 next month, "is going to have a harder time with it."

"I don't know why," Kim noted of her gut feeling. "I hope he doesn't."

Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian are also reportedly going to become mothers. Kylie is allegedly expecting a baby girl with boyfriend Travis Scott, while Khloe is rumored to be pregnant with boyfriend Tristan Thompson's son.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 05:27 PM EST
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People News : Ali Fedotowsky announces she's pregnant again, expecting second child with husband Kevin Manno
The Bachelorette 6 Ali Fedotowsky has revealed she's going to be bringing her second child into the world.

The former The Bachelorette star announced she's expecting another baby with husband Kevin Manno via Instagram on Thursday.

"And just like that, life became a whole lot sweeter," Ali captioned a black-and-white photo of her family, along with multiple mom, dad, baby and dog emoticons. "#BabyManno #May2018."

In the photo, Ali, 33, and Kevin were looking down at their first child, 16-month-old daughter Molly Sullivan Manno, who was pointing at her mother's obvious baby bump. Ali was wearing a tight tank top and yoga pants at the time.

Molly was born in early July 2016, and she was named after the couple's late grandmothers.

Ali and Kevin found out the baby's gender 11 weeks into the pregnancy because they just couldn't wait to find out whether they were having a boy or girl, so it will be interesting to see if they go about the experience the same way again with Baby No. 2.

Ali admitted to Us Weekly in July that she couldn't wait to have another baby.

"I would be so grateful if I was pregnant at this very moment. We are 100 percent trying," she had said while slipping some prenatal vitamins.

"It's no secret. I want to have another baby and you're supposed to take prenatals... I am more loving since becoming a mom. I care about people more. I care about strangers more. I'm kinder, I'm gentler. I like me better because I have a softer edge."

The blogger was hopeful that she'd have an easy time conceiving another child.

"We would love to have two, two years apart because that's what Kevin and his brother were and they are super, super close," she told the magazine. "Kevin and his brother are best friends."

Ali, however, had a very difficult first pregnancy. In 2016, she wrote about having debilitating morning sickness that compared to an endless hangover in her blog.

"I lost about seven pounds in my first trimester because I couldn't really eat anything," Ali wrote.

"I only ate clementines and dry toast for about a month between weeks 7-12. I remember breaking down in tears once because all I wanted was to want a pizza. It's like I knew I liked pizza, I know how delicious it tasted, but the thought of it made me sick to my stomach."

Ali and Kevin, a radio host, got married in March 2017. Kevin popped the question in early September 2015 after the pair was dating for a little over two years.

Ali was previously engaged to Roberto Martinez, who had proposed during the finale of The Bachelorette's sixth season, which aired in August 2010. However, the couple split in November 2011.

Kevin has been married once before. He wed his ex-wife in 2011 but they called it quits a year later.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 03:08 PM EST
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Features & Interviews : Exclusive: Desi Williams talks 'Survivor' -- I physically and morally couldn't do the one thing that would've saved my game!
Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers Desi Williams was voted out of Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers' merged Solewa tribe during Wednesday night's episode on CBS.

Desi, a 27-year-old physical therapist from Peachtree City, GA who currently resides in Newport News, VA, became the eighth person voted out of the game and the first member of the Season 35 jury on Night 21 through a 5-1 revote at Tribal Council instead of Joe Mena, a 34-year-old probation officer from Bronx, NY who currently resides in Tolland, CT.

There was a revote after the tribe split votes 4-4 between Desi and Joe, although both Lauren Rimmer, a 35-year-old fisherman from Beaufort, NC, and Ben Driebergen, a 34-year-old U.S. Marine from Boise, ID, received one vote apiece.

Lauren did not vote either of the times because she had found an advantage, forcing her to skip this vote but allowing her to vote twice at the subsequent Tribal Council session.

During an exclusive interview with Reality TV World on Thursday, Desi talked about her Survivor experience. Below is a portion of what she had to say.

Reality TV World: Going into Tribal Council, you knew the Healers were in trouble and Cole Medders was safe. So what were you predicting was going to happen? I'm assuming you weren't blindsided.

Desi Williams: No, I had a pretty good grasp on the fact that there was a really good chance I was going home. And I actually had a good grasp on the fact I could vote for Joe to keep myself in the game. So I had a pretty good clue what was happening.

I was just having, really, a harder moral dilemma because I had gotten to a point in the game where Joe was literally the only person I trusted, and I think the only person who was -- and now I know for sure -- not lying to my face.

So it became this big struggle in my head, like, do I betray the one person who I trust or do I just stay true to this one person and risk my game?

Reality TV World: You were crying in your final words. Why were you so emotional? Was it just because of your love of the game, or were you having regrets over your decision not to vote for Joe since your elimination became a reality?

Desi Williams: You know, it wasn't regret so much as knowing -- it was just a tough, tough call, because I knew that literally my fate in the game was in my hands. And I just physically and morally could not do the one thing that I knew I had to do to keep myself in the game, and that was to vote for Joe.

So I was having a real hard internal, moral turmoil over what to do and what would be best for me, like, mentally and psychologically long-term in life vs. what's going to be good for me short-term in this game.

And ultimately, I decided that I wanted to be able to trust people in life and stay true to, like, the honest person I am. And that resulted in me being voted out of the game.

Reality TV World: Joe, Cole, Mike Zahalsky and yourself were the Healers left in the game. Did you think you were going to stay four strong no matter what or were you worried that someone was going to stray? Because obviously Mike flipped, so did you ever see that coming?

Desi Williams: I had some concerns, but the more I thought through it, it just, to me, didn't make sense for Mike to try to be at the bottom of another alliance. That just makes zero sense to me.

You might as well stay strong with the Healers and we'll navigate our way through this game so at least you're not at the bottom of an alliance. I guess what I didn't take into consideration was that Mike also felt he was on the bottom of the Healer alliance.

Reality TV World: What might have enticed Mike to switch sides? Do you have any insight into why he thought it'd be better to join the Heroes and Hustlers when he'd be on the bottom of both alliances anyway?

Desi Williams: No! (Laughs) I really don't! I don't know how Mike came up with that decision that he would be better off sticking with them. I mean, I guess because maybe they were in the majority at that point -- the Heroes -- but no, it still doesn't to this day make sense to me what was going through his head, this vote in particular.

Reality TV World: How convinced were you that Ryan Ulrich and/or Devon Pinto was going to team up with the Healers to take out Ben Driebergen or Lauren Rimmer at Tribal Council?

Desi Williams: I was actually not convinced at all that they were going to do that, especially Ryan. He seemed pretty tight into that, like, [Chrissy Hofbeck] alliance, who also was inherently a Ben alliance, which is why I thought we weren't voting for Ben, right?

I wrote down Lauren's name because we had sort of decided that the four of us were going to write down Lauren and we were going to predict that [the other side] was splitting votes, and that hopefully that was going to work out for us.

That's obviously not how things went down, but that was my understanding of what was happening -- the Healers would stick together and we were all voting for Lauren in the hopes that the remainder were splitting votes. 

Reality TV World: How do you think Joe and yourself ended up voting for different people? Because you voted for Lauren and he voted for Ben at Tribal.

Desi Williams: Right, right. Again, I thought we were all voting for Lauren. I think maybe that last, kind of yelling match that Joe had with Ben maybe solidified his vote and I had gone to a confessional right before Tribal.

So maybe in those final moments, he decided he was just going to vote for Ben no matter what, and unfortunately, I was gone in a confessional and wasn't there to have a conversation with him. So maybe he had made up his mind, and I was totally shocked that the Healers votes were all over the place.

Reality TV World: So what about Devon? Did you think he was just going to vote the way Ryan did? Because it sounds like you think Ryan's decision was mainly based on sticking with Chrissy.

Desi Williams: Yeah, it was clear that Ryan and Devon had a pretty strong alliance on the original Hustlers tribe, so yeah, I kind of thought they were one in the same in terms of where they were throwing their votes.

Reality TV World: When Jeff Probst read the first set of votes at Tribal Council that resulted in a 4-4 tie between Joe and yourself, did you realize that one vote was missing? If so, what was going through your mind?

Desi Williams: Yeah, no, I didn't realize, and I sort of feel foolish now watching it back that I didn't. But in the moment, you're so caught up in what name is being read and we're also sleep deprived and food deprived.

So the last thing on my mind was counting how many votes were being read. All I knew was that I was on the chopping block and there was a tie and I was probably going home. So I foolishly did not realize that.

Be sure to check back with Reality TV World soon for more from our exclusive Survivor interview with Desi Williams.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 02:50 PM EST
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Features & Interviews : 'Dancing with the Stars' pro dancers and their significant others: Who is dating or married to whom?! (PHOTOS)
Dancing with the Stars 25 Dancing with the Stars' pro dance partners are talented, charming and sexy -- so it isn't a surprise Dancing with the Stars viewers are curious to know who is single or in a relationship with whom.

Since the Dancing with the Stars community is so tight and many of the pros have been working together for so long, there seems to be a new rumor every few months about which professional dancers are hooking up or dating.

Longtime pro Cheryl Burke even previously admitted she had kissed Maksim Chmerkovskiy -- who has actually been engaged to two different female Dancing with the Stars professional dancers -- and "tried to have fun" with Mark Ballas.  

"I think we all dated each other at one point," Burke said during a 2016 appearance on the Allegedly with Theo Von & Matthew Cole podcast.

So what are the latest hookups, marriages and engagements? Who are some of the cutest couples in the Dancing with the Stars world, and which dancers have found love elsewhere?

Click the gallery link below to find out who most of your favorite Dancing with the Stars professional dancers -- including Alec Mazo, Allison Holker, Anna Trebunskaya, Artem Chigvintsev, Cheryl, Derek Hough, Emma Slater, Gleb Savchenko, Edyta Sliwinska, Kym Johnson, Lindsay Arnold, Louis van Amstel, Mark, Maksim, Peta Murgatroyd, Sasha Farber, Val Chmerkovskiy, and Witney Carson -- are romantically involved with!

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 02:25 PM EST
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Airdate Schedule News : 'Home Town' Season 2 premiere announced by HGTV, Ben Napier and Erin Napier returning in 2011!
Home Town Home Town starring Ben Napier and Erin Napier is returning with an all-new season right after the new year.

HGTV has announced the second season of Home Town will premiere Monday, January 8 at 9PM ET/PT.

The married home renovators based in Laurel, Mississippi, will be featured preparing for the arrival of their first child together while taking on more projects.

The 10-episode season will continue to document Ben and Erin as they transform outdated small-town properties into gorgeous family homes.

"Ben and I don't think of our work as simply home renovation," Erin said in a statement. "We find the common thread in the things that the homeowners love -- the story of their life and family -- and how that relates to the house. It's satisfying when that comes together."

"I'm excited to see our baby grow up in Laurel where everybody takes care of each other," added Ben. "It's a special place."

During each episode, Ben and Erin will show clients two outdated, but budget-friendly properties which meet each family's needs and criteria.

Erin, an artist, will share her watercolor rendering of both old houses to showcase how they'll be updated, while Ben, a wood worker and craftsman, will be in charge of construction.

Ben will also use reclaimed materials from a property to build one-of-a-kind pieces for the homeowners -- including a bench made from front porch flooring and a 12-foot dining room table crafted from repurposed sunroom beams.

Ben and Erin announced last month they're expecting their first child together, a baby girl, whom they'll name Helen after Erin's grandmother.

Erin, who learned she was pregnant on May 13, also admitted at the time that she chose to keep the baby news a secret.

"It felt too close and too important to share... I am now almost 7 months pregnant, and it has been thankfully a healthy and easy pregnancy," she explained on social media.

"The long hours of filming have been hard on my very tired body each day, and in the first trimester there were headaches daily but never morning sickness. I thanked God for it, and still do."

The first season of Home Town debuted on HGTV in March 2017.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 02:13 PM EST
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People News : Emily Maynard and husband Tyler Johnson reveal the name of their new baby boy
The Bachelorette 8 Emily Maynard and husband Tyler Johnson have announced the name of their third son.

Tyler first broke the news on Wednesday by captioning a sweet photo of the baby, "Gatlin Avery Johnson. 8lbs 5oz.20 [inches]. May you love the Lord and love the brotherhood. John 13:35, 1 Peter 2:17."

And then on Thursday, Emily confirmed the name of their third child together.

"We finally came up with a name and were able to leave the hospital! Meet Gatlin Avery Johnson, the sweetest little brother this family ever could've asked for," the eighth-season The Bachelorette star captioned the same photo Tyler had posted one day earlier.

Emily gave birth to her fourth child -- as she's mom to Tyler's children Jennings, 2, and Gibson Kyle, 1, as well as her 12-year-old daughter Ricki from a previous relationship -- on November 12.

Although the couple shared adorable photos of their little bundle of joy that day, neither Emily or Tyler revealed whether they had welcomed a new son or daughter.

On Monday, however, Emily shared a family photo on social media that announced the baby's gender.

"God is so good... my cup runneth over... {welcome New Baby Johnson to the world. If anyone has any good boy names send them my way! We need help!}" she wrote.

And Tyler had also written on Instagram that day, "So many emotions. 1) this woman is my everything," alongside a photo of Emily holding the new baby.

"She is so extraordinary," Tyler continued. "I'm so blessed God gave her to me. 2) Ricki is still the queen. I love you my sweet angel. 3) Johnson boys- LETS GO!! 4) I feel very overwhelmed at God's blessings. I am a sinner saved by grace and even though I'm so broken God says 'I love you.' Thank you Jesus! 1 John 4:19. #4."

The couple first announced they were expecting Emily's fourth child in late August following months of speculation she was pregnant again.

Emily and Tyler wed in June 2014 and welcomed Jennings in July of the following year. Gibson later arrived in September 2016. Emily had Ricki with Ricky Hendrick, a NASCAR driver who tragically died at age 24 in a 2004 plane crash when the jewelry designer was pregnant for the first time.

Years after Ricky passed away, Emily appeared on Season 15 of The Bachelor starring Brad Womack. Brad ultimately proposed during the March 2011 finale but they split that same year.

Emily then became The Bachelorette star in 2012, when winner Jef Holm popped the question. The pair broke up in October of that year, a few months after the finale aired on ABC.

Emily experienced heartbreak three times before falling in love with Tyler, a man she had met at church, but she had told the press in recent years she has no regrets.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 01:41 PM EST
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Show Update News : 'The Voice' Playoffs wrap as Miley Cyrus sends Brooke Simpson, Janice Freeman and Ashland Craft to live shows
The Voice (Season 13) The Voice coach Miley Cyrus watched her team perform in "The Playoffs" before eliminating three of its six members during Wednesday night's special Season 13 broadcast on NBC.

"The Playoffs" concluded with six impressive performances from the members of Miley's team last night.

In addition to the five artists who had survived the previous rounds, Miley also got to select a "comeback artist," someone whom she believed deserved a second chance in The Voice competition.

After her team's set of performances, Miley decided to advance the following three artists to next week's live shows: Brooke Simpson, a 26-year-old singer from the Haliwa-Saponi tribe in Hollister, NC, who currently resides in Fort Lauderdale, FL; Janice Freeman, a 32-year-old single mom and cervical-cancer survivor from Compton, CA; and Ashland Craft, a 21-year-old honky-tonk band singer from Piedmont SC.

Miley followed her heart when making these decisions, revealing that she advanced Brooke because of her "endless potential" and "really good instincts," and the coach sent Janice through to the next round because her "voice is perfection" and she'll be a "fan favorite."

As for Ashland, Miley wanted to take a "country queen" all the way to the end, and she feels Ashland may be her ticket to the finals.

The artists whom Miley therefore chose to eliminate were Adam Pearce, a 31-year-old rocker from New Orleans, LA; Moriah Formica, a 16-year-old rocker from Latham, NY; and the coach's comeback artist of the season, Karli Webster, a 20-year-old from Santa Clarita, CA.

The Voice broadcast began with Brooke performing "It's a Man's Man's Man's World" by JAmes Brown, and both Adam and Miley gave her a standing ovation.

Adam yelled out "damn" after the performance, saying that only a handful of people could execute a vocal like that, with such power, passion and technique. Blake said it was perfect, and Miley noted that the song's lyrics fueled Brooke's fire. Miley thought Brooke did everything she needed to do to advance -- not too much or too little.

Karli sang "Coat of Many Colors" for her Playoff by Dolly Parton.

Adam noted she's "so awesome" and her performance was by far her best. Adam said if he had to choose between Miley's team members, he would definitely keep her. Blake acknowledged that Karli appeared natural and comfortable onstage, and then Miley explained how Karli "occupies a space of vintage sound" that is missing in music today.

Pearce then took the stage with "Love Hurts" by Nazareth, showing a more vulnerable side to his rockstar ways.

Coach Adam admitted that no one ever performs that song because no one can sing it considering the key is so high. The Maroon 5 frontman was very impressed, as was Jennifer, who said he commanded the room. Miley was happy that Pearce was able to convey a meaningful lyric on the show.

Ashland performed "When I Think About Cheatin'" by Gretchen Wilson.

Adam confessed that "Team Miley" is strong this season and Ashland delivered "a beautiful, incredible and unique performance." Blake was so upset that Ashland is not on his team because country music needs her right now. And then Miley added that Ashland knocked the song out of the park.

"She's still a killer," Adam told Miley after the Playoff performance.

Next up was Moriah with a vocal rendition of "World Without You" by Beth Hart.

Jennifer told the artist that she lost control of the song during the hook but she's still a star and should stick around. Blake admitted there are few female singers in the world who can do what Moriah does effortlessly. And while Miley loved the performance, she noted Moriah should stick to singing rough and tough songs.

After Moriah took the stage, Miley was shown telling the cameras that Moriah is a "superhero."

And last, but definitely not least, was Janice Freeman, who sang "Fall For You" by Leela James.

Adam was speechless after Janice performed, yelling, "Holy moly!" And Jennifer said she felt everything that Janice was feeling while she sang that song. Jennifer couldn't think of a reason why Janice shouldn't continue on in the competition.

Miley pointed out that Janice's voice is "a reflection of who she is," and the coach noted she wants more girls to be like Janice. Blake -- who called Miley's whole team "intimidating" -- thought Janice definitely needed to advance to live shows.

The Voice's Season 13 live shows commence next week, with the Top 12 taking the stage for home viewer votes.

Team Miley's members will join "Team Adam's Jon Mero, Adam Cunningham and Addison Agen; "Team Blake's" Keisha Renee, Red Marlow and Chloe Kohanski; and "Team Jennifer's" Davon Fleming, Noah Mac and Shi'Ann Jones.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 12:01 PM EST
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Sexy Snapshot Pic of the Day : Peter Kraus -- Reality TV Sexy Guy of the Day (PHOTO GALLERY)
The Bachelorette 13 Peter Kraus is today's Reality TV Sexy Social Pics Guy of the Day!

Peter, a 31-year-old personal trainer and business owner from Wisconsin, first came to the attention of reality TV viewers when he competed for the heart of Rachel Lindsay on Season 13 of The Bachelorette earlier this year.

While he came close to receiving Rachel's final rose, Peter finished short. He made it to the Final 2 but lost what he had with Rachel, a Dallas attorney, when she instead picked Bryan Abasolo, a Miami chiropractor.

Rachel, however, only appeared to cut Peter after they couldn't bridge the gap between their wants and desires, as Rachel was desperate not to leave The Bachelorette with just a boyfriend but Peter was reluctant to propose marriage after only going on a few one-on-one dates with his love interest.

Peter was a fan-favorite and was reportedly a frontrunner to become The Bachelor's Season 22 star in 2018, but ABC ultimately chose to give the role to race car driver turned real estate Arie Luyendyk Jr.

However, Bachelor Nation hasn't seen the last of Peter, as franchise creator and executive producer Mike Fleiss recently announced he'll star on The Bachelor Winter Games, which will be filmed in Vermont and air on ABC in February 2018.

"Peter will be looking for love -- and going for the gold -- on #TheBachelor Winter Games!!!!" Fleiss tweeted earlier this month.

The new Winter Games series will feature past bachelors and bachelorettes, including arch rivals and villains, competing in winter-themed challenges all the while looking for love at a luxurious winter resort. At least 12 different nations will be represented on the show.

Click the BEGIN GALLERY link below to see over a dozen of Peter's sexiest social media pics!

In addition, here are some additional facts about Peter:

- He was an associates degree in dietetics from Madison Area Technical College.

- Peter began working as a personal trainer in 2009 and now owns a fitness company called Worth Training.

- He refers to himself as a "former international model and celebrity trainer."

- Peter played baseball, soccer, basketball and football through his high school years.

- The bachelor was named among the Top 10 trainers in Chicago for TimeOut magazine in 2012.

- He has lived in Chicago, IL and Los Angeles, CA for modeling.

- Peter finished Ironman Wisconsin three times and had a broken foot for one of them.

- He has three Top 3 finishes in sprint and Olympic-distance Triathlons.

- Peter wrote in his high school yearbook his dream was to go to art school become famous and be on The Bachelor.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 11:41 AM EST
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Show Update News : 'Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers' votes out Desi Williams after Tribal Council tie!
Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers' merged Solewa tribe voted out Desi Williams during Wednesday night's episode on CBS.

Desi, a 27-year-old physical therapist from Peachtree City, GA who currently resides in Newport News, VA, became the eighth person voted out of the game.

Desi was voted out of the Solewa tribe and became the first member of the Season 35 jury on Night 21 of the game through a 5-1 revote at Tribal Council instead of Joe Mena, a 34-year-old probation officer from Bronx, NY who currently resides in Tolland, CT.

There was a revote after the tribe split votes 4-4 between Desi and Joe, and both Lauren Rimmer, a 35-year-old fisherman from Beaufort, NC, and Ben Driebergen, a 34-year-old U.S. Marine from Boise, ID, received one vote apiece.

Lauren did not vote either of the times because she had found an advantage, forcing her to skip this vote but allowing her to vote twice at the subsequent Tribal Council session.

"It didn't go as I had hoped or planned," Desi said in tears following her ouster.

"It's truly heartbreaking and I'm certainly not used to losing. It's not part of what I typically do, but I guess in this game, I wasn't a part of anybody's plan moving forward. So I have to just realize it's part of the game and somebody has to go home, and I don't think I have anything else to say."

The Survivor broadcast began on Night 19 with Cole Medders, a 24-year-old wilderness therapy guide from Little Rock, AR, saying he just experienced what it feels like to be lied to by an entire group of people. Joe had also been blindsided by Jessica Johnston's elimination.

Ben, however, who had flipped on the Healers with Lauren, felt his plan went accordingly and was executed perfectly. Ben wanted to keep the reins on the Heroes and Hustlers group, but he feared one individual could mess everything up.

On Day 20, Lauren found a scroll inside the basket of nails that was given to the tribe at the merge. The advantage, if she chose to use it, required her to skip voting at the next Tribal Council. But the advantage would ensure she could vote twice at a future Tribal Council.

In order to skip her vote, Lauren was instructed to not write down a name at Tribal, and instead, tuck a blank sheet of parchment paper inside her clothes.

It then became time for the tribe to compete for Reward. The castaways were split up into random teams and required to race up a tower through a series of obstacles to the very top. Once there, one tribe member at a time must use a slingshot to launch sandbags at five targets. The first team to hit all the targets would win a spaghetti, bread, salad and red wine feast on a private island.

In a twist, one randomly-selected person would not compete in the Reward Challenge, but he or she could automatically enjoy the Reward without putting any effort in at all.

One team was comprised of Cole; Ryan Ulrich, a 23-year-old bellhop from North Arlington, NJ; Chrissy Hofbeck, a 46-year-old financial analyst from Glen Gardner, NJ; JP Hilsabeck, a 28-year-old firefighter from Los Angeles, CA; and Devon Pinto, a 23-year-old surf instructor from Carlsbad, CA who currently resides in Solana Beach, CA.

The other team was made up of Ben; Lauren; Desi; Ashley Nolan, a 26-year-old lifeguard from Satellite Beach, FL; and Mike "Dr. Mike" Zahalsky, a 43-year-old urologist from Parkland, FL.

Joe drew the lucky white rock and got to sit out of the challenge.

In the end, JP's team won. However, Survivor host Jeff Probst explained that the spaghetti dinner would be "family style," meaning there would be only one giant plate. He also said only one person could eat at a time in private, and eat as much as he or she wants. Joe could also determine the order in which people would eat.

Joe hoped to establish "stronger alliances" and "better relationships," so he decided Devon could eat first -- since it was his birthday -- and he volunteered to eat last. Devon and JP ate fair amounts of the food, but maybe a little more than they should have.

Cole also consumed more than his share, telling the cameras that it was revenge for the Jessica blindside. Cole knew he was on the bottom, so he didn't really care what people thought of him anymore.

While wolfing down the spaghetti, Cole noticed there was a message on the plate underneath, and it revealed a hidden Immunity Idol was buried underneath the tribe flag. Cole decided to put a giant napkin on top of the plate in order to cover it up, but sure enough, Chrissy discovered it afterwards, as did Ryan.

Ryan and Chrissy are both gamers and knew to look for a clue somewhere around the Reward table. Ryan also made a smart move to hide the plate entirely, so once Joe ate last, he munched on the remaining pasta right off the napkin without seemingly realizing the setup was odd.

While Joe was eating, Cole could hear Chrissy and Ryan whispering about something, so he automatically knew they had found the clue as well.

Cole intended to grab the idol first, but once the team returned to Solewa's camp, he went off to go to the bathroom, giving Ryan a perfect opportunity to jump in and steal the idol.

Ryan grabbed it very quickly and asked Chrissy to cover up his tracks, but when Cole saw Chrissy digging, he freaked out and jumped in the pit to hopefully find the idol himself. Most of the tribe then gathered at the flag and all started digging at once.

At one point, Cole tucked his shirt into his pants, which made Ben think he had found the idol. Ben called Cole out on it, and said looking for the idol was a bad idea because it's just going to paint an even bigger target on his back.

On Day 21, the Solewa castaways met Jeff again for the second Individual Immunity Challenge of the season.

Each player was tasked with standing on a narrow beam while balancing a statue at the end of a very long pole. At regular intervals, the castaways had to move farther away from the statue, making it more difficult to keep the statue in place. If a person fell off the beam or dropped a statue at any time, he or she would be out of the challenge.

Mike dropped out of the challenge first, followed by Joe, Devon, Lauren, and Ryan. After 10 minutes, Ashley dropped, and then Chrissy, Ben, and Desi. Only Cole and JP remained in the challenge, and JP was out first.

Cole therefore won individual immunity and said he received new life in this game.

Chrissy said it sucked Cole won but they still had three other Healers to choose from as targets. Cole acknowledged the Healers were "a sinking ship." Ben, Ashley, JP, Chrissy and Ryan talked about the girls voting for Joe -- because he's a strategic gamer and finds idols -- and the guys voting for Desi since she's strong both mentally and physically.

Cole warned Joe and Mike that he didn't have an idol to play, and so Joe knew he was also in trouble. However, the two Hustlers could serve as swing votes since there were four Healers and four Heroes left, so both sides were working to get Ryan and Devon onboard.

Cole figured the opposing alliance would split votes in fear Cole or Joe had an idol, so they just needed one Hustler to join them.

Joe therefore explained to Ryan and Devon that Ben would definitely win the game if he made it to the Final 3 since he's a former Marine as well as a nice guy overall, but Ryan knew voting out Ben would anger Chrissy, his closest ally, and that wasn't okay.

Afterward, Ben and Joe got into an argument because Joe said Ben was swearing on the Marine Corps when making promises and deals with people, but Ben insisted that absolutely wasn't true -- and that's something he would never do.

Joe told the tribe there were bigger threats than "an idol hog like myself," pointing fingers at Ben, who was offended and pissed off.

Meanwhile, Desi knew she also had a target on her back.

Lauren then told Ben about her secret advantage, saying they couldn't split the votes anymore. If Lauren played her advantage and didn't vote, there would be three votes for Joe and three votes for Desi, giving the Healers four votes to take someone on their side out.

Ben realized Lauren's advantage was both a blessing and a curse, but Lauren had every intention of using it since she was playing to win the game for herself and her daughter. But Ben told the cameras they needed to split the vote no matter what in case Joe had an idol.

Ben needed a Healer on his side in order to make the plan work to take out Joe or Desi, so he worked on swaying Mike. Ben needed Mike since he believed votes were coming his way from Joe, Desi and Cole.

Mike found the discussion to be an opportunity to show his allegiance and get off the bottom, because he knew that if Joe went home, Cole and himself would be next. However, the idea of taking out a big threat like Ben was also appealing.

At Tribal Council that night, Ben insisted he was not running the game, that his alliance was like knights of the round table.

Halfway through the session, Chrissy yelled at Joe to stop talking because no one wanted to listen to him anymore, and Ashley pointed out that she didn't know whether Joe was really good at playing this game or just really annoying.

Once it became time to vote, Lauren didn't write a name down, and Jeff eventually revealed one person had voted for Ben, one person had voted for Lauren, four people had voted for Desi, and four castaways had voted for Joe.

As a result, there was a revote in which Desi and Joe could not vote -- and everyone else could only vote for Joe or Desi.

Desi put her head in her hands, clearly afraid that she was going home. On the revote, Lauren didn't vote again.

Jeff then revealed the votes in the following order: Desi, Joe, Desi, Desi, Desi, and Desi. On her way out, Joe assured Desi that he never flipped on her.

The episode's closing credits later showed that on the first vote that resulted in a tie, Joe voted for Ben; Desi voted for Lauren; Devon, JP, Ben, and Ryan voted for Desi; and Ashley, Chrissy, Cole and Mike voted for Joe.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 10:58 AM EST
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People News : Kim Kardashian confirms she's having another baby girl with husband Kanye West
Keeping Up with the Kardashians Kim Kardashian has confirmed the sex of her third child, and seemingly by accident.

The 37-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday and announced she's expecting a baby girl with husband Kanye West via surrogate.

Kim spilled the beans while sharing a funny story about her four-year-old daughter North West.

"My daughter thinks she's really tricky. We had a baby shower over the weekend and I thought, 'I really do want to have a baby shower, because I want her to feel like something's coming and for her to really understand it,'" Kim explained, referencing her tea-party themed baby shower complete with a cherry-blossom forest on Saturday.

"So people brought toys and gifts, and [North] was opening them all up the next day, and she said, 'Mom, since Baby Sister isn't here, I think I need all of her toys in my room, and I'll play with them just to make sure they're all okay for Baby Sister.' And I'm like, 'Okay.'"

Kim didn't seem to realize that by sharing North's pet name for her sibling on the way, she leaked her third child's gender.

"So it's a girl!" Ellen DeGeneres said with a big smile.

"It is, yeah," Kim noted. "North is very excited about that... She's so excited. Let's see if it lasts until when I'll have to explain to her, 'Okay, four in the morning, when you come in my room, I have to be with Baby Sister. I have to feed her.' So we'll see how it goes."

Kim and Kanye are struggling to come up with the perfect name for their little bundle of joy, who is reportedly due in January 2018.

"We don't have a name... [At the shower], I had everyone write a name down on a tile to see if anything sticks. We're freaking out. We don't have a name," the reality TV star said, adding that she didn't fall in love with any of her friends' suggestions at the party.

Ellen then tossed out a few names as options, but she wasn't serious. However, Ellen's idea of the name "Star" seemed to interest Kim.

"You know what's so funny? I'm not going to name her Star, but my daughter picks that name all the time," Kim told Ellen, explaining that North names all of her toys Star West.

"[But] I'm not vibing on it. It's so hard. And I do like different names -- like short, easy to spell, and one syllable. That's my kind of vibe."

Ellen insisted she had actually come up with the name Saint for Kim and Kanye's second child together, a baby boy, but that the rapper has denied her involvement ever since.

As for whether Saint understands he's going to have a sibling soon, Kim reasoned, "I don't know if my son gets it yet, especially since I don't have the belly. It's a different experience."

She continued, "So I said to my sisters, 'Would I be really creepy if I just had someone dress up like a big stork and drop the baby off at the front door?' And have to explain that? Isn't that what we heard when we were growing up? About storks?"

Ellen, however, firmly advised Kim against doing that so that her children won't grow up confused.

Kim confirmed she's expecting Baby No. 3 during an extended trailer E! released for Season 14 of Keeping Up with the Kardashians in September, about three months after rumors began circulating she had decided to hire a surrogate.

Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian are also reportedly going to become mothers. Kylie is allegedly expecting a baby girl with boyfriend Travis Scott, while Khloe is rumored to be pregnant with boyfriend Tristan Thompson's son.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 04:15 PM EST
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Casting News : Allison Holker and husband Stephen "tWitch" Boss to host 'Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings' series and 'Holiday Magic' special
Miscellaneous Reality TV Allison Holker and Stephen "tWitch" Boss will serve as the hosts of Freeform's new Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings TV show.

Freeform has announced the happily-married Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance dancers will host Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings, a seven-episode series slated to debut in Summer 2018, as well as Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings: Holiday Magic, an hour-long holiday special which will debut next month.

Executive produced by Ann Lewis Roberts, Simon Lythgoe and Jenny Daly, the new series will give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at some of the most spectacular weddings and engagements at Disney Destinations around the globe -- including a sunny holiday proposal at Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa in Hawaii.

But first, the Holiday Magic special will air during Freeform's annual "25 Days of Christmas" event on Monday, December 11 at 8PM ET/PT.

The festive holiday special hosted by Allison and tWitch will feature incredible weddings and engagements at Disney destinations around the world during the holiday season, specifically.

Allison and tWitch will welcome viewers into a Frozen-inspired winter wedding at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida celebrating Dominique and Joseph during the holiday special. Fans will also get a front row seat when Greg and Melanie exchange vows at Disneyland Resort in California. 

The new Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings series and holiday special follow the success of Freeform's prior Disney weddings special, which aired in May 2017 and was hosted by The Bachelor's Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell, who were engaged at the time it was filmed.

The couple, however, split about the same time the show aired. So now, Allison and tWitch -- who have been married for almost four years -- are taking over hosting duties.

"Our wedding is one of my favorite moments of my life," Allison, 29, told Us Weekly.

"It's such a special moment that I got to share with my husband. When they asked us to be a part of Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings, I was honored to be a part of someone else's moment that they'll remember forever. It's so special. It just seemed like a magical moment."

Her husband tWitch, 35, added, "You can't stress enough how once in a lifetime that day is and the memories from it, especially from a groom's perspective -- being able to see your wife literally float down the aisle in a magical place like Disney is something you'll never forget."

Below is more information about the two couples who will be starring on Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings: Holiday Magic special:

- Greg and Melanie (Wedding at Disneyland Park)

We first met Greg and Melanie in May of this year after the couple got engaged at Disney's Animal Kingdom on the Freeform special Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings.

They have been together for four years and, although it wasn't exactly love at first sight, Greg and Melanie ended up falling head over heels for each other. The single dad of a 10-year-old daughter finally popped the question and the couple will be married at Disneyland Park in Anaheim.
- Joe and Dominique (Wedding at Walt Disney World Resort)

Joe and Dominique are the quintessential New York couple. He's an officer with the NYPD, she's a part-time substitute school teacher and also helps her dad out in the family restaurant. After dating for five years, the couple is ready to tie the knot in the same location of their first official vacation as a couple, Walt Disney World Resort.

Nuptials fit for a king and queen, Joe and Dominique's large Italian family will also be treated to a surprise musical performance. It has been Dominique's dream since she was a little girl to get married at Disney's Wedding Pavilion adjacent to Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, and her dreams are about to come true.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 03:17 PM EST
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People News : Kim Kardashian dodges questions about Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner's pregnancies
Keeping Up with the Kardashians Kim Kardashian is remaining tight-lipped when it comes to rumors her sisters Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner are both pregnant.

The 37-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday to discuss her new fragrance, her third child on the way with husband Kanye West via surrogate, and more.

But Kim probably could have predicted her interview wouldn't end without receiving some questions about Khloe and Kylie, who have yet to publicly address or confirm news they are each expecting their first child.

"Okay, I'm going to break it down. This is how we work in the family," began Kim, whose baby is due in January 2018.

"When there are lots of rumors, we have these family group chats, and we threaten each other's lives if we speak for the other one. So, for the safety of my life, we just decided that there's so much going on, we respect each other's right to speak for themselves."

Kylie, 20, is reportedly expecting a baby girl -- just like Kim -- with her boyfriend Travis Scott, a 25-year-old rapper. There is also speculation Kylie and Travis are engaged.

Meanwhile, Khloe, 33, is allegedly pregnant with a baby boy. Khloe is currently dating Ohio-based NBA player Tristan Thompson, whom she's head over heels in love with.  

"So I will speak about myself," Kim concluded on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "And hopefully they can come on and address whatever rumors you might have."

Ellen then joked about wanting Kim's sisters to appear on her show the very next day to set the record straight.

This past weekend, Kim celebrated a floral-filled baby shower on Saturday. Reports circulated that Kylie threw herself a pajama-themed bridal shower at her home the very next day and all of her family attended.

Kylie and Khloe have both hinted about being pregnant on social media, but it's unclear why they are both staying silent in the press. The women have also been photographed recently with their baby bumps arguably showing.

But one thing is for sure at least! Mom of three, Kourtney Kardashian -- who is dating young model Younes Bendjima -- is not having another baby.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 01:51 PM EST
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Features & Interviews : Exclusive: Jessica Johnston on dating Cole Medders after 'Survivor': "You never know" what could happen
Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers Jessica Johnston was voted out of Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers during the latest Season 35 broadcast on CBS.

Jessica, a 29-year-old nurse practitioner from Cape Girardeau, MO who currently resides in Louisville, KY, was voted out of the newly-merged Solewa tribe on Night 19 of the game through a 7-5 vote instead of her personal target, Chrissy Hofbeck, a 46-year-old financial analyst from Glen Gardner, NJ.

Jessica thought she had pulled Lauren Rimmer and Ben Driebergen into her alliance of Healers, but the pair decided to work with former Hustlers and Heroes instead.

"I think I experienced the biggest blindside of my life. My heart is broken," Jessica said following her ouster. "Who knew a game could crush you? I thought only guys could do that. I was wrong."

During a recent exclusive interview with Reality TV World, Jessica talked about her Survivor experience and what went wrong. Below is the concluding portion of what she had to say.

Reality TV World: Putting yourself in Ben and Lauren's shoes, do you think they made the best decision for their own personal games? And do you think Ben's was ultimately a tactful or emotional decision? Because Ben said on the show his goal was to make the tactful choice.

Jessica Johnston: Yeah, so you know, I applaud both of them. It hurts to admit that they made a good decision, because ultimately, I ended up on the bottom. But they made the right decision for their game.

I was pleased to see last night when Lauren was [pitching] Yawa to Ben, I was like, "Yeah! That's my girl! That is the girl I built a relationship with. This is truly genuine," which is what I do.

That's who I am and I was really pleased to see that it seemingly almost worked. However, I had no idea that [Devon Pinto] would've been so against the Healers. I really missed the ball not thinking bigger than I was. I wasn't thinking Devon would be so outspoken against the Healers.

I wasn't taking into consideration that [Joe Mena] and [Desi Williams] seemingly had zero relationship with [Ashley Nolan] and Devon. And I just totally think that I thought too much of my relationship with Ben and Lauren. I think Ben probably [wavered] a little bit.

Ultimately, he went back to Chrissy. They had a pretty tight connection. I knew that going into the merge. Ben affirmed Chrissy a lot, to the point where I was like, "Oh no, no, no. This is not healthy. If you're going to have any woman in your life it's going to be me, not Chrissy."

And so, that is where the name Chrissy came up with us. Obviously, she's a threat. We need to get her out, she's too close with Ben. Basically, as we've seen, anyone Chrissy talks to goes -- they vote with her. There's a problem.

So yeah, I think that he went back to his original alliance because it was comfortable and Lauren went with the majority, so bravo for both of them, honestly, it was good for their game.

Reality TV World: While you were out there, did you realize Ryan Ulrich, JP Hilsabeck and Devon were sort of a package deal? Did you ever try to get one or more of them to join your side or did you think it was hopeless. And what about Ashley, too?

Jessica Johnston: Yeah, no, to be honest, I wish that I had even thought about anything you just said. I mean, again, there is so much to my game that I wish I had done different. I was totally closed off to even thinking about the other players, which was my downfall.

Entering the merge, all I cared about was that [Cole Medders] and Joe were going to be safe. I knew I had Desi, I knew I had [Mike Zahalsky], I thought I had Lauren. For some reason, I didn't even entertain the thought of really caring about the others.

And if I would have, maybe somebody would have spilled the beans on something. So I had no idea that Devon, Ryan and JP had sort of built this thing. I was totally shocked when I saw that play out last night. I was like, "Wow, Jessica, you missed the ball, girlfriend," like, "Duh, this is why you're not there anymore."

Reality TV World: So watching the season back on TV, has anything else really surprised you? Maybe the connection Ryan had with Chrissy for example?

Jessica Johnston: Yeah, that was definitely a surprise! I didn't have a lot of time with Chrissy or Ryan, so I didn't even have a clue that they had this, like, underlying alliance together before they were even on a team together, so that was really interesting and was definitely a surprise.

The other thing that was kind of a surprise was hearing Cole's commentary on some of the things he did to me. I was kind of like, "Oh, was this intentional?"

Because during the game, I just kind of played it -- like in my head, I'm like, "Okay, stupid move, but it wasn't malicious." But was it malicious? So there are moments where I'm like, "Hold up, wait a minute, like, were you malicious?" That was probably surprise No. 2.

And in a positive light, surprise No. 3 was just seeing Lauren last night descending, initially, the alliance that we had on the new Yawa. I love the fact that -- I feel like I was able to build a genuine relationship with her, enough where she wanted to join with the Healers.

Like, that's a big deal. We were a dominant force. It would've been stupid for anyone to join with us, honestly. We would have eventually voted them out.

I know that's what would've happened. So the fact that we were seemingly almost to that point of her really coming with us was kind of a pat on the back, Jessica, but you're still not there, so. So all of your effort is for nothing! (Laughs)

Reality TV World: You said in your final words you hoped Cole would take you out on a real date after Survivor...

Jessica Johnston: (Giggle)

Reality TV World: Did that happen? (Laughs) What's the status of your relationship with Cole now?

Jessica Johnston: Yeah, so we've definitely seen each other. Cole's great. We both think very highly of each other, but we're definitely in different places in life and different states. So, we're friend-zoning it at this point. There's nothing negative to say. He's not, like, a dad or anything. (Laughs) There are no hidden secrets with him; it's just we are friend-zoning it.

Reality TV World: But there's potential for something more?

Jessica Johnston: You never know. You never know.

To read more from Reality TV World's exclusive Survivor interview with Jessica Johnston, click here and here.

Posted by: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 01:47 PM EST
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