It'll be a lifelong duet on the dance floor for Stephen "Twitch" Boss and Allison Holker, who were married Tuesday in Paso Robles, Calif.
Fittingly, the So You Think You Can Dance costars tied the knot at a winery owned by the show's producer and judge, Nigel Lythgoe, who joined the happy couple to Tweet photos of their "rustic chic" big day.
Added Holker: "It's official. I'm Mrs. Boss. We got married," she Tweeted.
They've tackled music, acting and fame, and now brothers Donnie and Mark Wahlberg are engaged in a new family pursuit – the restaurant biz.
Also starring in this new venture is their lesser-known but similarly outspoken older brother Paul, who isn't necessarily keen on having the celebrity siblings step into his groove. Check out a first look at A&E's new reality show, Wahlburgers.
"Being in business with my brothers was never the plan," says Paul.
Ladies and gentlemen, The Voice officially has its finalists.
After a season filled with epic performances, game-changing steals and tense Twitter saves, a trio of singers proved they have the pipes – and grit – to compete for The Voice crown next week.
So who did America vote through to the finals, and who ended their musical journey?
Alison Sweeney is the host of NBC's The Biggest Loser, the award-winning star of Days of Our Lives, and author of The Star Attraction and The Mommy Diet. She's also a director, producer, wife and mom. Like she has for the past three seasons, Alison will blog each week about the latest episode of The Biggest Loser. Follow her on Twitter: @Ali_Sweeney
I know it's wrong but I love to surprise the Biggest Loser contestants with new and unexpected challenges.
When we got to the diner, I knew they thought we would be having a pop challenge and then return to the ranch, but when they learned that instead some of them would be working at the diner for the week, the gravity of the situation was realized.
Sally Langston has done something very, very bad.
So it would seem from this sneak peek of Thursday's Scandal on ABC, shared with PEOPLE exclusively.
Cyrus Beene (Jeff Perry) arrives at the vice president's residence, flanked by Secret Service, only to find a grim scene inside – a bloodied, dead body on the floor and Langston (Kate Burton) mumbling about devils and hell.
"What are we to do, Cyrus? What are we to do?" she whispers, her own face caked in blood. "We had a fight. The devil came in. ... I did this."