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TV Guide's Top TV Moments: Jon & Kate Returns, Dance Crowns a Winner and More - Featured

There's nothing like a genuine surprise. While some things on TV this week took predictable turns - feuding cable hosts are feuding again, and a relationship born on The Bachelorette hit a bump - the two events at the top of our list caught us off-guard. One might even change the world. And no, it's not the dance contest. 8. Shortest Peace: Well, that was quick. Days after The New York Times reported a corporate-mandated end to the Bill O'Reilly-Keith Olbermann feud, Olbermann packs his "Worst Person in the World " segment with the author of the Times story, O'Reilly, and Rupert Murdoch, chairman of the company that owns Fox News. So we guess the feud is back on? 7. Best Assurance That Yes, the Feud is Back On: Though he continues to not mention Olbermann by name, O'Reilly proves he's more than happy to rip GE, NBC's owner. Aligning himself with environmentalists, O'Reilly accuses GE of polluting the Hudson River, and urges President Obama to distance himself from the company. Way to cover all your bases, sir. But couldn't you work in another dig at good old TVGuide.com? We thought it was hilarious when you called us "incredibly stupid" for writing this. 6. Worst Tan: Rescue Me 's Sean Garrity always gets abuse from his fellow firefighters, but never, until now, about the size (and orange color) of his, uh, hose. It turns out self-tanning lotion is to blame. We'll never look at baby carrots the same way again. 5. Best Defense: The Bachelorette 's Ed and Jillian appear on Good Morning America to dispute reports that Ed cheated on his new fiancee with two different women. The couple say they're being targeted because they're happy. "This is the last time I'm talking about this," Jillian says. We hope so. 4. Change of Heart Award: On True Blood , pious Sarah's post-coital glow quickly dims when she finds out her new lover's sister is Sookie. Abandoning plans to tell her husband about the affair, she finds Jason in the woods and shoots him in the chest. Is he dead? Good thing the show has a cure for that. 3. Best Comic Relief: It was nice to see the kids of Jon & Kate plus 8 enjoy a good laugh, even at their mom's expense. The focus of this week's episode was back on them, where it belongs, instead of on Kate whining about how tough it is to put up tents. 2. Dark Horse Award: Though she's been coming on strong, we were still a little shocked when Jeanine took the title of America's Favorite Dancer on So You Think You Can Dance . Not that she didn't deserve it - she upped the intensity week after week and made a statement by nailing her final solo performance. The best news is, with the show back in the fall, we don't have to wait very long for another round of move-busting. 1. Best Reunion: Euna Lee, one of two journalists released from a North Korean prison, embraces her husband and daughter upon her and Laura Ling's return to the United States. Former President Clinton's trip to North Korea to win their freedom, and their subsequent pardon, may have opened a new diplomatic channel between the countries and made the world a less-volatile place. But for now, it was good to see families reunited. Source Here

'The Bachelorette' Couple to Appear on 'Wipeout'

The Bachelorette is over and as much as Jillian Harris and Ed Swiderski would like to stay out of the limelight, sometimes the offers are just too good to resist. After being bombarded with a series of controversies, the Bachelorette couple is now looking forward to have some fun as they participate on the ABC competitive series Wipeout . "The only thing that we have both agreed to do together is to go on Wipeout on ABC. We really want to go on that because we feel like we've just been through the wringer the last few weeks, so that would be a great way to lighten things up," Harris told Canada.com. Wipeout, the show that has a larger-than-life obstacle course, isn't the only thing being offered to Harris since getting engaged on The Bachelorette. She's also considering doing some sort of design show on TV, which doesn't really come as a surprise given that so many reality TV stars have opted to linger on the entertainment scene after getting a taste of the limelight. "I'll be honest, having a design show used to be my dream -- it's every designer's dream. There's been a few calls and a few proposals for me to do something. It's so exciting and so flattering to get those phone calls," Harris revealed. But while Harris has gotten numerous offers, she admits that she can't help but hold herself back, maintaining that her relationship with her fiancee is her number 1 priority. "Will my relationship suffer if I go on a design show? It would be so awesome to experience something like that, but at the same time I have to think about what the repercussions would be," Harris said. "Ed and I had a big conversation about this last week," she added. "He certainly does not want to stay in the limelight. He's got a great job, loves his job, just wants to get away from all of this attention, and I do as well -- except for the fact that of course now there are a few great opportunities that are starting to come my way, that have to do with being in television and to do with things that I'm very passionate about, like design and helping people." Source Here

The Bachelorette's Jillian Harris: I'm Not Destroyed!

Jillian Harris may have disproved rumors surrounding her fiance Ed Swiderski and his alleged "girlfriends" but that hasn't stopped critics from hitting The Bachelorette star with yet another accusation. When two women, Lindsey Johnson and Bethany Steffen, surfaced the news claiming that Swiderski was still involved with them while he was pursuing Harris on the ABC reality dating series, Jillian reportedly felt betrayed and that her relationship with Swiderski is now shattered. But Harris asserts to People that she's "not destroyed! There's a little bit of anxiety that comes with this news, but I am absolutely not destroyed." "What did he do wrong?" Harris asked. "My biggest concern is with everything that happened after the day we got engaged, and after we got engaged he has been so open with me. He's told me all of this, every little text message and every little phone call. I use his computer. I know that any communication he had with the girls post-show was platonic. I'm not worried about it." So it appears that Swiderski did get in touch with Johnson and Steffen. But whether or not his communication with them is "more than platonic" remains in question. Last month, Swiderski talked to People about his relationship with Johnson prior to getting engaged, confessing, "When I left for this show we were not dating, but I certainly still had feelings for her." While this is certainly hurtful, a very forgiving Harris says she understands exactly how Swiderski feels, given that she was also in love with two other guys just before she got engaged on The Bachelorette. "I know what it feels like to fall in love with somebody and to be in love with somebody [while] they are in love with somebody else. It's very heartbreaking," the Bachelorette star said. "I feel so awful, but since we've been home and since we've been engaged we've been exclusive and he's done nothing wrong." "Ed and I are trying to find humor in all of this -- and there isn't much -- but it's bringing us closer," she added. Source Here

Bachelorette Jillian and Fiance Ed Publicly Deny Girlfriend Accusations

Since leaving The Bachelorette mid-season for vague work-related issues, Ed Swiderski has been subject to rumors that he was dishonest about his reasons for being on and leaving the show--rumors that should sound familiar to Bachelorette viewers this season, and can be summed up thusly: "girlfriend." After returning and proposing to an ecstatic Bachelorette, Swiderski is now facing blatant accusations from two women saying they dated Ed after he proposed, and that he's been lying to fiancee Jillian Harris for months now. An anonymous source recently told RadarOnline that an engaged Swiderski sent his ex Bethany Steffan, 24, emails and texts that were "more than platonic" and "sexy." Accusations from Lindsay Johnson, 29, claim that Ed was photographed with her at a wedding the weekend after he left filming The Bachelorette mid-season. Whether Swiderski attended the event as Johnson's date is unclear, but the accusation seems clear that this rendezvous, too, was "more than platonic." Jillian and Ed took to the airwaves this morning to rebuke the infidelity rumors. "It's actually not true at all," Ed told Good Morning America. "I think that Jillian and I have been the target of being one of the very few successful couples on the show, and I think that we're clearly being targeted because we're happy. Jillian and I have been completely honest and upfront about all of my recent relationships and there's just no truth to it." Swiderski wouldn't go into details, but said the accusations were inaccurate--accusations that have escalated of late, including Johnson's claims that Ed texted her while filming The Bachelorette to say that Jillian wasn't his "type," and to tell her that he loved her. Whether Swiderski's hesitance to discuss details is a sign of tact or dishonesty is certainly up for debate, but he had one vocal defender on his side this morning. Jillian attested to her fiance's honesty and fidelity, saying "As Ed said, he has been very, very clear with me from the very beginning. He has been open and honest with me. I personally don't have time in my normal, regular life--that I'm getting back to--to entertain all of this. This is nonsense. I feel like I'm in high school. All of this stuff is totally inaccurate. And it's unfortunate." The happily-engaged Bachelorette went on, "I think that these women are very hurt and they did love Ed. And I can understand where they're coming from. And it must be very painful. But that was in the past... Ed is not deceiving me. Ed is not pulling the wool over my eyes. And lastly, if there was problems on the homefront or if there was an issue, I am not going to deal with it in this manner, with tabloids and rumors. I have learned from various seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette that I am not addressing anything in the media. And I am also going to say for anybody out there who does care about this--I don't know why because there are so many things in the world to care about--that this is the last time I am talking about this. It's a waste of all of our time. Ed and I can't understand where any of this is coming from, and I'm not talking about this ever again after today." Harris and Swiderski claimed they're "completely in love" and the engagement is still on. US Weekly spoke with both Steffan and Johnson, even obtaining photos of them with Swiderski, and both women remain firm in their claims. Steffan said, "Lindsey and I are both smart girls, and Ed just has this way of making people believe what he wants. Jillian needs to be careful." I doubt we'll hear more about these claims in the future, as everyone involved, especially the "happy couple," are intent on moving on. But for those of us watching from the sidelines, there's certainly one big lesson to take away: don't date a guy who's going on a reality show about looking for love! Source Here

Warner Bros. to Launch 'Bachelorette' Videogame

Just when you thought that cheesy romantic drama couldn't get any worse, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Ludia Inc. have decided to bring reality TV dating to a whole new level. The video game division of Warner Bros. and the leading producer of quality game show video games have made a deal to create and release videogames based on the hit reality TV dating shows The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, a franchise created by Mike Fleiss. If you're so engrossed on The Bachelorette that you savor every detail of the show, from the limousine rides to the first impression rose, then this new videogame is for you. "The Bachelor and The Bachelorette are extremely popular on television and we are looking forward to bringing the properties into the videogame space," said John Quinn, executive vice president, Worldwide Operations, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. "These games are meant to engage fans of the show and the wider public beyond television, enriching the overall entertainment experience around the brand." There's no word yet if The Bachelorette/The Bachelor game will be played online, on phones or on other game consoles but the worldwide licensing and distribution arrangement allows the said videogame to launch across multiple platforms. "The Bachelor and The Bachelorette are first-rate licenses in reality TV's dating genre, which is a hugely popular category with television viewers," said Alex Thabet, Ludia's founder and CEO. "We see great potential for the segment within the context of video games, and look forward to our collaboration with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment to deliver a true-to-show game experience on a wide variety of platforms." Fans can expect The Bachelorette/The Bachelor videogame, which will be distributed in retail by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and in digital formats by Ludia, to come out following the conclusion of The Bachelor's 14th season in 2010 on ABC. Source:

Top Moments: The Bachelorette Gets Engaged, a Banana Splits on Big Brother and More - Featured

Strange invitations abounded this week, from "Would you like to date Michael Jackson?" to "Want to drink beers and talk about racial profiling?" Still, at least one proposal has worked out great - at least so far. Welcome to Top Moments, Indecent Proposal Edition. 7. Odd Couple Award: Katie Couric tells David Letterman that Michael Jackson once asked her out through a rabbi who was Jackson's spiritual advisor. Unfortunately, she was seeing someone and said no. We don't know which story is better: this, or Magic Johnson's tale of Jackson eating fried chicken. Why didn't we get to hear all these wonderful accounts while the man was still alive? They make him seem so... normal. 6. Best Poll: CNN's The Situation Room reports on a poll that shows that Americans are sharply divided over President Obama's health care plan, then drops a bombshell: There isn't one. People have all sorts of ideas about specifics, the network says, but the president hasn't offered any. The segment concludes with a good question: Should the president, Congress, or the news media do a better job of making the facts known? 5. Sudsiest Photo Op: Obama and Vice President Joe Biden gather with Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., and Cambridge police Sgt. James Crowley for beers - and a talk about race. While Gates and Crowley disagree on whether race was a factor in Gates' arrest after breaking into his own home, everyone involved pledges to move forward. And not to drive home. 4. Filthiest Fake Insult: By sending a misspelled text message, Rescue Me 's increasingly crazy and aggressive Sheila accidentally creates a brand-new cutdown, one too filthy to repeat here. (Hint: It rhymes with runf.) 3. Best Insult to Injury: Big Brother 's Casey finds himself forced to (unsuccessfully) plead to Jessie to keep his spot in the house - while wearing a banana costume. It's hard to take anyone seriously who's wearing that shade of yellow. 2. He Said What? Award: Glenn Beck stops by Fox and Friends to offer his observation that Obama has "a deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture." Challenged on his statement, he elaborates: "I'm not saying that he doesn't like white people. I'm saying that he has a problem. This guy is, I believe, a racist." 1. Best Proposal: Moments after spurned bachelor Reid's failed proposal to The Bachelorette 's Jillian, Ed has the brilliant idea of asking what she thinks of him before popping the question, instead of after. It works: She says she loves him, and they're now engaged. Source Here

The Bachelorette: Jillian Harris Explains Why She's Moving In with Ed - Featured

It's obvious that Jillian Harris and Ed Swiderski are head over heels for each other but some people think that moving in might be a little too soon for The Bachelorette couple. During the After the Final Rose episode, Jillian revealed that she's moving in this September with Ed in Chicago while Ed hinted on a wedding in the next 12 months. It may seem like a hasty decision, given that they've only been together off-camera for two months, but the couple believes that it's the most sensible thing to do. "Why not? We are madly in love, we love being together, our relationship is easiest when we're together," Jillian told TVGuide.com. "It's just the most simple answer: We're so excited to be together." The Bachelorette couple has overcome quite a lot of hurdles, including intimacy issues in the bedroom and Ed's career (he voluntary left the show at one point to prioritize his I.T. job) ---and they conquered all that while the cameras were rolling. "We're both young, career-driven, entrepreneurial types and I have learned from the past how hard that can be on a relationship...It's all about balance, and he's doing a really great job of that so far," Jillian explained. Ironically, Jillian and Ed aren't exactly the type of people who believe that true love can blossom from reality TV. But they've actually become "the people we used to make fun of that are engaged and want to get married and are in love." "It feels more normal than any relationship I've ever had," Harris told People. "It's very strange how it's such a contradiction to have something so normal come from something that's so manic. When we're together it's very real. We make dinner, we drink in the hot tub, we watch movies, we fall asleep in front of the TV." Source Here If You Missed The Last Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Will ABC Reveal the Next 'Bachelor' Tonight? Who Will It Be? - Featured

Now that the cat's out of the bag (or, rather, ring's out of the box...) about which guy Jillian chose as her one-and-only, Bachelor viewers have quickly turned their speculation skills on the next season of the reality dating show, which is slated to begin filming within months. After three previous cycles of contestants-turned-love-seekers (Deanna, Jason, and Jillian were all rejected on past seasons), it's highly likely that ABC will once again choose a spurned Bachelor from Jillian's cast-offs to try his hand at finding love again as their title character prince charming. If ABC continues to go with their traditional methods, that also means it's likely the network will announce the lucky (or unlucky, if you ask some) guy at tonight's "After the Final Rose" Special, when host Chris Harrison will catch up with the happy couple (Jillian and Ed), plus allow rejects Kiptyn and Reid to confront Jillian. Deanna and Jason were each second-place contestants turned Bachelor-stars, while Jillian was third in Jason's affections. This season, with all its ups, downs, and "surprise" returns, several men who didn't place in the top three seem poised to take on the role: besides Kiptyn and Reid, break-dancer Michael Stagliano and pilot Jake Pavelka have also been rumored as contenders. To Read More Click Here .

Watch Now Online: Last Night's New Bachelorette, Secret Life and More! - Featured

Last night had some dramalicious new episodes including the big season finale of The Bachelorette ! Catch what you missed, or re-watch what you loved. Primetime TV: The Bachelorette - Watch 'Episode 11' The Secret Life of The American Teenager - Watch 'The Summer of Our Discontent' Make It or Break It - Watch 'Between a Rock and a Hard Place' Weeds - Watch 'A Distinctive Horn' Nurse Jackie - Watch 'Pupil' The Closer - Watch 'Elysian Fields' Raising the Bar - Watch 'Trust Me' Dating in the Dark - Watch 'Episode 2' Intervention - Watch 'Danielle' The Great American Road Trip - Watch 'Road Warriors' The Wanted - Watch 'Episode 2' News & Late Night TV: The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien - Watch 'Meryl Streep, Judd Apatow, the Fray' Late Night with Jimmy Fallon - Watch 'Holly Hunter, Mark Seliger, Spinal Tap'

The Bachelorette 5: Season Finale Preview - Featured

Unless you've been living under a rock these days, then you're well aware that tonight's The Bachelorette episode will find Jillian making a momentous decision that will change her life. Will she pick Ed or Kiptyn? Or possibly Reid? One thing's for sure, unexpected twists are bound to happen as Jillian continues her love adventures on the Big Island of Hawaii where her mom, dad, grandma and cousin arrive to assist her with one of the toughest decisions of her life. It's the big finale after all, and it's one of the most dramatic nights ever on ABC. The Bachelorette finale kicks off with Jillian inviting her final two suitors, Ed and Kiptyn, to the Hawaii to meet her family. As expected, the bachelors attempt to win Jillian by pouring their hearts out one last time. But Jillian's family is more cautious this time around so they grill both Ed and Kiptyn about their intentions and their feelings for Jillian. For the first date of the night, Jillian takes Ed on helicopter ride above the Big Island's bubbling lava pits. Landing in a lush jungle, the two indulge in a private lunch and a romantic dip in a private lagoon, but Ed must convince Jillian that they are compatible. Then Jillian takes Kiptyn on a romantic boat ride to a secluded beach, where the couple shares a picnic lunch and frolic in the water. Obviously, there's chemistry between these two but Jillian still needs to make sure that Kiptyn is prepared for a future with her. As Jillian makes her decision, however, one man's shocking confession makes Jillian question everything. Will a tearful Jillian find her soul mate? Find out tonight at 8pm on ABC. The two remaining men on The Bachelorette are: Ed, 29, technology consultant from Chicago, IL. Kiptyn, 31, business developer from Encinitas, CA. Source Here If You Missed The Last Episode Watch It Here Online Now.