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Things are about to get scary for Neil Patrick Harris and his new husband David Burtka – but in a good way!
Both Harris and Burtka will be featured in upcoming episodes of American Horror Story: Freak Show, TVLine has confirmed.
When Big Brother winner Dick Donato decided to go public with his HIV-positive status earlier this month, he wasn't sure what to expect.
After all, Donato was best known as "Evel Dick," a reality-TV villain. "We'll see what people have to say about it," he told PEOPLE at the time. "Everyone will have an opinion."
As it turns out, the public has embraced Donato, who is currently appearing on Couples Therapy.
"The reaction has been overwhelmingly positive," he tells PEOPLE. "Absolutely fantastic."
It's finally time for Hank's come-to-Jesus discussion.
In this exclusive clip from Friday's installment of Kendra on Top, Kendra Wilkinson drills her husband about his alleged infidelity while lamenting about feeling "trapped."
The conversation occurs in his apartment – far from the comfortable home he once shared in Calabasas, California, with his wife and two children.
"We're not married right now," Wilkinson, 29, tells Baskett, 32. "I have no answers."
Leave it to coach Pharrell Williams to make a decision that had everyone's jaws on the floor.
The dynamic new coach stunned his fellow coaches – and just about everyone else watching – when he made a surprise choice to close out the second night of The Voice's knockout rounds.
Williams pitted California-based Elyjuh René, 18, against Ricky Manning, a 19-year-old Florida native who now sings in New York City subway stations. The duo received coaching from special advisor Taylor Swift, and initially all signs pointed to Manning for the win.