Updated November 28:
Azita Ghanizada will appear on the NBC comedy this Thursday November 29, as Ava’s (Maya Rudolph) friend who creates insecurity in Reagan (Christina Applegate). Take a look at the promo.
For the instant dance, the couples had to prepare three different routines, one of which they would perform for the finale. After blindly picking one of the dances, as well as the music, they had an hour to rehearse. Kelly & Val drew the jive set to “Cat & Mouse.” Len called Kelly a revelation for the whole season. As for the jive, she nailed the footwork. Bruno said they had the energy of two randy rabbits. The jive is difficult and sometimes Kelly lost some bounce, but the effect was magnificent. Carrie Ann was impressed with how in synch they were for an instant dance. They received three 9.5s from the judges.
After the scores were tallied with the previous night’s, Kelly & Val were the first couple eliminated. Melissa & Tony were named the winners of the All Star season, giving Tony his first mirror ball after 14 seasons. Read the rest of this entry »
Ian Buchanan (Duke/Faison) will appear in a reading of Noel Coward’s “Present Laughter” on December 2. Held at the Colony Theatre in Burbank, CA, the reading will benefit the theatre’s emergency financial drive and also star Marianne Muellerielle (ex-Norma, “Passions”).
“Present Laughter” is about a comedy actor who embarks on a touring commitment in Africa, where he deals with the women in his life, while suffering a mid-life crisis. Go to the Colony Theatre for more information. Read the rest of this entry »
“The Young And The Restless’” Ricky Williams may be long gone but his portrayer, Peter Porte, has another project in the works. The actor will be appearing in a guest starring role on NBC’s “Parks And Recreation.”
Tune in Thursday December 6 at 9:30 PM when Porte will appear as Carl.
Emily claims she’s not destroying lives, she’s righting wrongs, as many revelations come to light. Watch promo for Sunday’s December 2 9:00 PM winter finale episode on Soap Opera Fan Blog, where we also post weekly recaps!
As Robert sets out to prove Duke is really Faison, Faison summons Obrecht in order to prove he and Duke are two different people. Robert ends up at the station and lays out his proof to Dante and McBain, who has been hired at the PCPD.
A.J. has a nice moment with Sam in which he tells her how important ELQ is to him. He wishes he could prove that he’s worthy to Edward. While he ponders his business future, A.J. must also deal with the current charges against him. As his lawyer, Diane hopes A.J. has information on criminal activity they can trade for his freedom. Read the rest of this entry »