Will Dancing's Karina Smirnoff Take It All Off for Playboy?

Dancing with the Stars pro Karina Smirnoff will bare all in the May issue of Playboy , according to Hugh Hefner. "The May issue of Playboy is unforgettable with Dancing With The Stars' Karina Smirnoff on the cover & nude inside." Hefner, the magazine's founder,  tweeted Tuesday. Hefner has made other big announcements via Twitter in the past, including his engagement to Crystal Harris. Reps for the magazine...

Ralph Macchio Explains Why He Showed His Butt on DWTS Week 3 Results Show

It looks like if you want to be on Team Kamacchio, you have to get naked. We heard about Karina Smirnoff posing for Playboy and now her Dancing With the Stars Season 12 celeb partner, Ralph Macchio, explains to Access Hollywood why he shot footage of his own bare backside, shown blurred-out during the behind-the-scenes videos on the DWTS Week 3 Results Show.“I always was told if you do this show, you have to show, you know, a different side to yourself, Ralph said. “So I figured I’d show...

'Dancing With the Stars': Kendra Wilkinson and Louis Van Amstel still have the giggles

The morning after they had to sweat it out until the end of the "Dancing With the Stars" results show, Kendra Wilkinson and Louis Van Amstel stopped by The KTLA News Morning Show. Zap2it caught up with the duo in the greenroom, and though they're very serious about being in the competition to win it, the snafu with the overzealous smoke machine still has them laughing. "It was hilarious. If you saw the video package and saw her struggling in the smoke..." Louis says, before cracking up. "I just can't talk about it anymore." The smoke incident did not keep Kendra from studying her recording of the night's performance. "Every Monday night, I rush home and I watch it about 20 times in a row," she says. "I have different reactions every time I see it." Kendra also thinks any of her fellow competitors who say they don't watch their own dances are totally kidding...

Chris Jericho: I Call It 'Dancing With Some Scars,' Week Three

Exclusive: Pro wrestler Chris Jericho guest blogs about the emotional performance he dedicated to his mother on 'Dancing With the Stars.' As a performer, there's a goal I set out to accomplish every time I step onto the stage. Whether it's making people cheer (or boo) in the WWE, having people sing along to my songs with Fozzy or engaging people with my books, there's a certain magic that comes with knowing that you've affected people. When I first agreed to do 'Dancing With the Stars,' after two previous invitations, I really had no idea what I was getting myself into. The concept of ballroom dancing was as foreign to me as a Werner Herzog film, and I had no expectations of what I could or couldn't do on the floor. Would I actually be able to do it? Could I entertain people with my moves, my charisma and my showmanship? And, more importantly, could I make them feel something special while they watched me?

Wendy Williams Hints 'DWTS' Turned Her Life 'Upside Down' (VIDEO)

On 'Good Morning America' (weekdays, 7AM ET on ABC), newly-eliminated Wendy Williams was philosophical about her stint on 'Dancing With the Stars,' recalling it as a largely positive experience, but cautioning those who might consider appearing on the dance competition. "I have to love the pageantry of the show. I took it all in fun. I mean, you know, I'm from Jersey so I appreciate the over-the-topness of it," said Williams.

Backstage Interviews at 'Dancing With the Stars': Wendy Williams on Her Elimination

Surprise eliminations on 'Dancing With the Stars' aren't unusual. And, then, there are weeks in which the obvious contestant gets the boot. That's what happened last night when Wendy Williams, who'd scored a mere 15 points in Week Three, was sent packing. The talk show diva was the first to admit that she's not a dancer, and her Foxtrot on Monday night proved her point. She earned a mere 15 points, down two points from her Week Two routine. Williams and her pro partner, Tony Dovolani, spoke to reporters on the post-show press line. TV Squad was on the scene to get the scoop directly from the duo about their thoughts and feelings about being eliminated and their plans for the future.

OneRepublic performs 'Good Life' on 'Dancing With the Stars'

OneRepublic took the stage on the "Dancing With the Stars" results show on Tuesday, Apr. 5, the same night Selena Gomez performed her current single "Who Says." The band performed their new single "Good Life" while "DWTS" pros Dmitry Chaplin and Lacey Schwimmer performed a high energy and dun routine on the ballroom floor throughout the song. Alas, with performances comes an elimination. In case you missed it -- spoiler alert! -- radio and TV personality Wendy Williams was the latest celebrity to hand in her dancing shoes. Hey, at least she got to go to a free OneRepublic and Selena Gomez concert as a consolation prize!...

'Dancing With the Stars' results: Wendy Williams takes Tony Dovolani from us too soon

Note to radio personalities: "Dancing With the Stars" is not for you.Just one week after saying goodbye to the hilarious (if rhythmically challenged) Mike Catherwood, we bid adieu to Season 12's lowest scoring celebrity: DJ and talk show host Wendy Williams. She just never got it. And though it's hard to say goodbye to her big personality and eager spirit, there's no arguing with a "15" in Week 3. We're mostly bummed for her partner Tony Dovolani. He's one of the nicest, most talented pros in the "DWTS" stable, and he hasn't had a partner who could take him halfway through the competition since Season 8. Did the right "Star" go home? Will you miss Tony as much as us? Sound off in the comments....

'Dancing With the Stars': Selena Gomez brings 'Who Says' to results show

The April 5 "Dancing With the Stars" results show boasted two performances from OneRepublic (which really should be two words), but we were a bit more keen on Selena Gomez. The 18-year-old "Wizards of Waverly Place" sang her current single "Who Says." And we didn't just get a great vocal performance from the double-threat, Mark Ballas and Chelsie Hightower performed a beautiful contemporary routine on the ballroom floor throughout the song. And that's why "DWTS" musical performances always do us right. Because when looking at people singing into a mic gets boring, the camera pans to pros, unencumbered by their amateur stars, doing what they do best:...