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Will Whitney Port Join Dancing With the Stars?

Don't expect Whitney Port to be hanging with her The Hills bestie Lauren Conrad on-camera anytime soon, or following in gal pal Audrina Patridge's dance shoes on Dancing With the Stars. Despite that fact that both are now working in the fashion industry, Port tells TV Guide Magazine while hosting the Bowl For A Better LA benefit that she "doubts" she'll make any appearances on Conrad's upcoming new MTV reality series (tentatively titled Lauren Conrad: Fiercely Fashionable). "I think we've kind of gone our separate ways. Not in a friendship way, but just career-wise," said Port, who admitted to being a little over being filmed 24/7. "It gets a little bit exhausting — like, emotionally exhausting. I don't know if I'm done with TV permanently, but I think that kind of that reality soap opera kind of thing is not my thing anymore." Port said she's been tempted to take a spin on DWTS' dance floor, but she's resisting so far. "I don't think so," she said. "I have a lot of people in my life that are telling me that they want me to do it, but I don't think that I'll do it." To Read More Click Here.

TV Tonight: What's On Monday 10/25

If you're suffering from a bad case of the Mondays, perk up! 'Cause 90210 and Gossip Girl come back (with Little J in tow! Ack!) after a week of repeats. Also, check out new episodes of Dancing with the Stars, Chase, and The Event! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Dancing with the Stars on ABC How I Met Your Mother on CBS 90210 on The CW Chuck on NBC 8:30/7:30c Rules of Engagement on CBS 9/8c Two and a Half Men on CBS Lie to Me on FOX Gossip Girl on The CW The Event on NBC The Real Housewives of Atlanta on Bravo 9:30/8:30c Mike & Molly on CBS 10/9c Castle on ABC Hawaii Five-0 on CBS Chase on NBC Weeds on Showtime 10:30/9:30c The Big C on Showtime What will you be watching?

'Dancing with the Stars' Week 6 Preview: Rock Week and a Dance Marathon

As we go into week 6 of this season's  Dancing with the Stars  competition, the seven remaining couples face more than just each other. Each couple will, for the first time tonight, perform more than one dance as they fight to stay in the running for the Mirror Ball. In addition to their main dance (look for tangos and paso dobles this week), each of the remaining couples will need to participate in a mini-dance marathon during tonight's performance show.   The pairs will each have a one-minute routine, using any style they choose. During the marathon, all of the dancers will perform simultaneously on the dance floor, repeating their routines for as long as they can. The judges will periodically eliminate couples, based on evidence of tiring or mistakes. The last couple remaining at the end of the four-minute marathon will receive 10 points added to their overall score for the night. To Read More  Click Here.

Dancing's Kyle Massey Adds an "Interesting Twist" to Tango

Kyle Massey has one goal for Dancing with the Stars this week: "We're going to go out there and not get a 5!" he tells TVGuide.com. Massey and partner Lacey Schwimmer earned the middling score from Len Goodman last week for their '70s-inspired foxtrot, and while Massey was visibly and vocally disappointed with the score at the time, that's all in the past now. "What happened happened," he says. "We made it through another week and now we're going to try to wow them twice." With an individual routine and the Rock 'n' Roll marathon on tap, the Disney star calls this week one of the hardest yet, but he says he's "totally ready for it." Source Here

'Dancing With the Stars': 'The Hills' are still alive for Audrina Patridge

Audrina Patridge may not have been pleased with the reception she got at the judges' table after her TV theme week, but she was thrilled with the chance to put her years on "The Hills" to use on "Dancing With the Stars." We caught up with Patridge and partner Tony Dovolani after their performance to "Unwritten," and she explained why she doesn't feel the need to distance herself from her reality roots. "It's like reminiscing when I hear that song," Patridge says. "I think of all these things from the past six years. To Read More Click Here.

TV Ratings Report: A Dip for Dancing

Bristol Palin in a gorilla suit may have turned a few viewers off last night, as Dancing with the Stars dropped a bit. But it was still the evening's most-watched show.   8 p.m. Dancing With the Stars: 18.4 million viewers House: 9.5 million How I Met Your Mother: 8 million/Rules of Engagement: 7.9 million Chuck: 5.3 million 90210 rerun: 1.2 million   9 p.m. Dancing With the Stars: 20.15 million Two and a Half Men: 13.4 million/Mike & Molly: 11 million The Event: 6.4 million Lie to Me: 5.7 million Gossip Girl rerun: 881,000   10 p.m. Castle: 11.6 million Hawaii Five-0 (pictured): 10.6 million Chase: 5.2 million Source Here

Backstage at Dancing With the Stars: Name That Tune?

If you thought that dancing to iconic TV theme songs on Monday night's Dancing With the Stars would give the performers a leg up because they already knew the music, you'd be wrong. In fact, most the Dancing pros — and at least one star — were either too young or living in a foreign country when American television hits such as Bewitched and Hill Street Blues were on the air. "I had no idea what that song was," says pro Cheryl Burke, who was born in 1984 and danced to Hill Street Blues, which aired from 1981-1987. But her partner Rick Fox was a different story. He watched the show religiously and says he idolized one of its stars, Michael Warren, a former UCLA basketball player. "I could name that tune in one note," says Fox. Adds Burke, "I liked it, but I was like, 'What is that?'" To Read More Click Here.

TV Tonight: What's On Monday 10/18

No new CW favorites tonight (boo!), but don't worry, there's still plenty of TV to enjoy! All-new Dancing with the Stars, plus Chuck, Hawaii Five-0, The Big C, and of course, How I Met Your Mother! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Dancing with the Stars on ABC How I Met Your Mother on CBS House on FOX Chuck on NBC 8:30/7:30c Rules of Engagement on CBS 9/8c Two and a Half Men on CBS Lie to Me on FOX The Event on NBC The Real Housewives of Atlanta on Bravo 9:30/8:30c Mike & Molly on CBS 10/9c Castle on ABC Hawaii Five-0 on CBS Chase on NBC Weeds on Showtime 10:30/9:30c The Big C on Showtime What will you be watching?

Backstage at Dancing With the Stars: The Situation's Rough Week

It's been a really rough week - a double whammy - for Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, the fourth star to be shown the door on Dancing With The Stars. Sorrentino stormed off the set Monday night after the judges called his Argentine Tango "a terrible mess," upset because they didn't appreciate the dangerous lifts he pulled off with his pro partner, Karina Smirnoff. But he was equally upset that his other hit show, MTV's Jersey Shore, featured him in an extremely unflattering light, slapping his cast mate, Snooki, after he asked her to leave a club, and she refused. To Read More Click Here .

TV Tonight: What's On Monday 10/11

Tonight, Zack Morris (errr, I mean Mark-Paul Gosselaar) makes his long-anticipated debut on Weeds, and rumor has it things are going to get graphic! Also, don't forget to check out the reality drama on The Real Housewives of Atlanta and Dancing with the Stars! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Dancing with the Stars on ABC How I Met Your Mother on CBS 90210 on The CW House on FOX Chuck on NBC 8:30/7:30c Rules of Engagement on CBS 9/8c Two and a Half Men on CBS Gossip Girl on The CW Lie to Me on FOX The Event on NBC The Real Housewives of Atlanta on Bravo 9:30/8:30c Mike & Molly on CBS 10/9c Castle on ABC Hawaii Five-0 on CBS Chase on NBC Weeds on Showtime 10:30/9:30c The Big C on Showtime What will you be watching?