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Originally posted 02/24/2015 09:00AM
A rapper, an openly gay pro football player, an amputee veteran and, um, Lady Marmalade will help Dancing with the Stars celebrate its 10th anniversary.
And great news for fans of Derek Hough – the five-time mirror ball winner will participate after all! Hough was cast to play the male lead in New York Spring Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall this spring, but he will split his time between New York and Los Angeles. (It's nice to be so young and nimble!)
Eleven celebrities and their pro partners were revealed Tuesday on Good Morning America. The show still needs to find one more male star to pair with Witney Carson, the reigning champion.
Here are the stars:
Originally posted 10/08/2013 08:00PM
Suzanne Somers has a perfectly active sex life after 40, thank you very much!
Following Miley Cyrus's controversial comments on Monday about middle-aged people no longer getting intimate, Somers, 66, announced on Tuesday's episode of The Talk that she has sex "a couple times a day" with her husband of 36 years, Alan Hamel.
"He's on hormones and I'm on hormones," Somers said bashfully, to the sound of laughter and applause. "I'm going to be so sorry I said that. What is it about men at four in the morning? And then I'm really awake around eight or so. We have busy mornings."
Originally posted 01/28/2013 03:30PM
Suzanne Somers is lunching with The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars Kyle Richards, Lisa Vanderpump and newbie Yolanda Foster in a sneak peek at Monday's episode.
"I just wanted you guys all to meet and I thought it would be fun," Yolanda tells her guests as they dine on her favorite chicken salad at her Malibu home.
And Kyle is impressed. "I'm actually a very big fan of Suzanne Somers's books," she says. "I'm interested in the topics she talks about. She says basically that if you eat the right food and take the right vitamins, you can live forever."
But Lisa isn't as interested in following the 66-year-old Three's Company star's plan for living to the age of 110.
Originally posted 02/04/2012 09:05AM
Suzanne Somers is known for her dynamite figure. So when breast cancer surgery left her feeling less-than-herself, Somers turned to an experimental procedure to help restore her breasts.
In contrast to Chrissy Snow, the bombshell-next door she played on Three's Company, Somers strives to keep up with the latest medical technology.
"I am so ensconced in what's cutting edge," she tells PEOPLE. "I get my thrill out of passing on information to women so they can have a better quality of life."
Somers, a stage 1 breast cancer survivor, underwent a procedure that used her own stem cells.
Originally posted 01/22/2011 05:55PM
So what hasn't James Franco done lately?
He's attending Yale University, wrote a book, signed on to co-host the Oscars, starred in the critically acclaimed 127 Hours … and became a ditzy blonde.
Franco showed off the new look at the Sundance Film Festival, where he's promoting his documentary, Three's Company: The Drama, which examines the classic 1970's sitcom.
The actor, 32, channeled his inner-Suzanne Somers by donning a long blond wig and black beanie while hosting a "Reagle Beagle"-themed bash Friday night at Chefdance, presented by Sotheby's.
Originally posted 08/11/2008 12:50PM
After announcing earlier this month she'd been diagnosed with breast cancer, Samantha Who? star Christina Applegate is receiving words of support and encouragement from fellow TV star Suzanne Somers, herself a breast cancer survivor.
Somers, 61, who announced in 2001 that she was battling the disease, has written an open letter to Applegate, 36, and which has been made exclusively available to PEOPLE:
Cancer is scary, and lonely. You can't ask anyone to make decisions for you because it's just too heavy. There is a lot of 'rush to treatment,' when what you really need is time to research and think about how you want to approach this. Take your time Christina, there is no rush. Take your time and think it through. Use your cancer to learn and grow and as a force to work for you. You might choose to take an alternative approach. There are more options than the ones presented to you in the oncologist's office. You will make it. The success and drive you have had in your career will be the same strengths you will use to win over this nasty disease. And I am here if you want to talk to someone who was 'there.'
Originally posted 04/13/2005 08:00AM
PLEADED: Michael Lohan, father of 18-year-old actress Lindsay Lohan, pleaded not guilty in a New York courtroom Tuesday to an upgraded felony charge in connection with a fiery car crash on Long Island on Feb. 19, reports the Associated Press. Lohan, 44, was initially charged with a misdemeanor. The violation was upgraded to aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle after investigators determined that Lohan had been driving with a suspended or revoked license from a prior conviction of driving under the influence and had a blood alcohol limit nearly double the legal limit, said prosecutor Joy Watson. Defense lawyer Rory Calhoun told reporters outside the courtroom that Lohan is trying to "straighten out his life" and is enrolled in an alcohol abuse program at the Nassau County jail. His next court date is set for April 26.
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