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Spoiler! Who Was Sent Home on Dancing with the Stars?

Originally posted 09/29/2014 10:25 PM

Who Was Sent Home on Dancing with the Stars?

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Even on a night that saw two perfect scores on Dancing with the Stars, someone still had to leave the ballroom for good.

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Get a First Look at Hans from Frozen on Once Upon a Time (PHOTO)

Originally posted 09/29/2014 02:30 PM

Get a First Look at Hans from Frozen on Once Upon a Time (PHOTO)

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Things are getting a little cold on Once Upon a Time – downright Frozen, in fact.

When Once returned for a fourth season on Sunday, fans of the fantastical ABC drama were treated to the series' first scenes featuring the beloved characters from Disney's hit animated film.

Picking up a little time after Frozen ended, the episode found Elsa (Georgina Haig) helping her sister Anna (Elizabeth Lail) prepare for her impending nuptials to the broad-shouldered Kristoff (Scott Michael Foster).

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How Anthony Anderson Lost 47 Lbs. – and Counting!

Originally posted 09/29/2014 12:45 PM

Anthony Anderson: I Lost 47 Lbs. and Became Vegan-ish

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When Anthony Anderson looks in the mirror these days, he likes what he sees.

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Janel Parrish's DWTS Blog: Val Gave Me Tough Love

Originally posted 09/29/2014 12:30 PM

Janel Parrish's DWTS Blog: Val Was Tough on Me, But Those 9s and 8s Made It Worthwhile

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Janel Parrish is best known for playing Mona Vanderwaal on the TV drama Pretty Little Liars. She's been paired with pro Val Chmerkovskiy for season 19 of Dancing with the Stars, and she'll be blogging for PEOPLE about her experience on the hit ABC show.

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Craig Ferguson: 'I Never Wanted to Be a Late Night Host'

Originally posted 09/29/2014 09:30 AM

Craig Ferguson on Ending His Late Night Gig: I Didn't Want to Replace David Letterman

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Hosting a late night talk show was never a career goal for Craig Ferguson.

As the comedian prepares to exit The Late Late Show in December, Ferguson, 52, tells PEOPLE he held the gig a lot longer than he expected – and never held out hope that he would replace David Letterman.

"I didn't want it," said Ferguson. "I know it is very hard to get people to believe it. It was never my inclination. I never wanted to be a late night host. I did it because it was fun, entertaining and engaging."

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