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The tension ran high on this evening’s Dancing With the Stars results show.
Based on the scores from the semifinal round, any of the five remaining All-Stars could make a strong case for advancing … but were also at risk for going home.
It’s DWTS, after all. You’re always in jeopardy until you learn you’re not.
So which two were cut, and which three advanced? The two ousted dancers on Tuesday’s Dancing With the Stars results show are pictured above. They are …
Apolo Ohno and Emmitt Smith! It’s an all-female final!
Unsurprisingly, Shawn Johnson and her partner Derek HoughMore >
The 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama turns 51 today.
We’re guessing he could use a vacation, but that it’s not an option.
Between grappling with a stagnant economy and unemployment rate, widespread global instability and a climate that is very much in flux, there’s the small matter of running for re-election in November of this turbulent year.
Simply put, he’s in the fight of his life. Can Barack get it done!?
Recent polls have Obama and Republican Mitt Romney in a tight race for the presidency. Win or lose, this one’s going down to the wire this fall.
Whichever side ofMore >
It’s a tough job, but someone’s gotta do it, and Fifty Shades of Grey author EL James said she did exhaustive “research” for the best-selling erotic novel in which many of her own sexual fantasies actually appear on paper.
“It was a very considered study,” James joked the explicit sex in her books during the latest stop on her book tour. “My husband still rolls his eyes and says ‘God, what do we gotta do now?’ He was very cooperative.”
“Fundamentally for me it’s still a love story,” she notes. “I think women love to read love stories. People concentrating on the sex … I can say over andMore >
Newt, Schmewt. Mitt, Schmitt.
Herman Cain dropped out of the presidential race months ago, but that won’t stop Stephen Colbert from rallying for him in advance of today’s primary.
The Comedy Central host hit the campus of the College of Charleston Friday, joined by over 3,000 students, a marching band, cheerleaders, and Cain:
Colbert, who toyed with running in the South Carolina GOP primary himself, was waylaid by the technicality of not getting his name on the ballot in time.
Cain, who abandoned his bid in the fall after a brief surge to the top ofMore >
Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney lead the polls, and Rick Perry may generate the best sound bites (“best” as in most entertaining, if not intelligent), but Ron Paul proved at last night’s Republican debate that he’s still a force to be reckoned with.
Never one to bend to party orthodoxy, Paul took issue with rival Michele Bachmann’s stance toward Iran and its nuclear program, advocating anti-engagement policies that make the Texas Congressman an anathema to many in the GOP, yet wildly popular with others.
Watch the heated exchange below:
(HMG Celebrity News) – Charlie Sheen couldn’t win custody back of his kids based on the strength of his character versus his ex who is a habitual drug addict, but he’s considering running for president. Only in America. Yesterday as you probably know Charlie spent his day in LA trying to gain fully custody of his young twin boys away from their mother Brooke Mueller who is back in rehab for the umpth-teen time. Despite Brooke being a complete wreck the judge took one look at the alternative namely Charlie and his violent past and his admission to drugs and said I don’t think so and leftMore >
In February, Sarah Palin said the “birther” issue – whether President Obama was really born in the U.S. – was a “distraction” from more important issues.
Over the weekend, though, Palin defended real estate mogul Donald Trump’s recent attempts to raise doubts about Obama’s citizenship, saying:
“I appreciate that the Donald wants to spend his resources on something that so interests him and so many Americans, you know more power to him.”
Perhaps fueled by Trump’s rise in the polls, former Alaska governor’s remarks on Sunday seems toMore >