Dancing With The Stars
I am a voice, and I’m just someone who’s out there educating the world for people who don’t necessarily look ‘Hollywood’-ish. I like the fact that I look different. I’m the underdog, the guy people have to Google and see who I am, so I’m cool with that. I want people to find out who I am and grow with me . . . to embrace me for who I am and see who I am, personality-wise.
Will The Mighty O save our shows? Not likely, however plenty of fans have been hitting up Oprah to put cancelled soaps All My Children and One Life to LIve on her OWN channe.l Now Dancing With The Stars' Kirstie Alley chimed in. The actress took to Twitter to put in her two cents.
Maybe OWN could take on the soaps u love so much.. they need that kind of programming.
On today Tuesday March 22 Daytime Confidential’s Jamey Giddens and Luke Kerr returned to The Morning Jolt With Larry Flick and Keith Price to talk about the second season of WORKSHOP, which premieres on Hulu on March 29.
During the first hour Larry, Keith, Jamey and Luke discuss the tragic killing of General Hospital’s baby Jake and the reports of All My Children’s possible cancellation. During the second hour, WORKSHOP co-creator Nate Golon and WORKSHOP star and Passions alum Phillip Jeanmarie join the party to preview the upcoming season of Workshop, their characters and what inspired the comedic webseries.
In the final half hour Larry, Keith, Jamey and Luke discuss the season premiere of Dancing With the Stars, season finale of Pretty Little Liars and the latest from Showtime’s Shameless.
The debut of Oprah’s new cable network OWN is almost here! In an interview with the talk show queen, Parade asked which shows were her idea, which led to the topic of Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York’s recent scandal and her upcoming six-part OWN series Finding Sarah.
How many of the shows are your idea?
Master Class. Finding Sarah [a six-part documentary with Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, premiering in spring]. That came from an interview I did this summer with her. We had a moment of real connection, watching the tape of her trying to get £500,000 [for access to Prince Andrew]. She said she didn’t want to go into bankruptcy. I said, “But when you look at that tape, don’t you see a morally bankrupted person? The one thing you were trying to avoid, you already are.” She said, “I never thought of it that way before.”
Ah, there you go again!
I remember the last thing I said to her when I left that interview: “Don’t let me see you on Dancing with the Stars.” She started e-mailing me and at one point asked what did I think of her doing a celebrity chef show. And I said, “That’s not going to help you. How are you going to rehabilitate yourself on a celebrity chef show? You should be working on yourself.”
Never underestimate the power of a soap opera fan. A fan-created Facebook group called Colleen Zenk Deserves to be on DWTS has over 5,000 members and according to the gorgeous, super-talented As The World Turns star on Twitter, reps from Dancing With the Stars have contacted her agent!
DWTS just contacted my agent! Keep it going! There is a big hill still to climb! Dancing!! READ MORE
All My Children fans who have fantasized about what Aiden Turner looks like under a loin cloth may be in luck. Deadline is reporting the soap star-turned-Dancing With The Stars strutter is one of three actors vying for the lead role in Starz's hit series Spartacus: Blood and Sand. Turner, along with Stephen Amell (Closing The Ring) and Liam McIntyre (The Pacific) are reportedly all being flown to New Zealand for screen tests and what not. Andy Whitfield, who originated the lead role in the series, vacated the part when his cancer came out of remission. What do you guys think? Can Brit Turner pull off portraying the Ancient World's most famous Thracian?