Country singer Kristen Merlin was made fully aware Monday night that The Voice competition is now live.
Performing as one of season 6's Top 12 finalists, Merlin's mic dropped out for more than a few seconds, leaving her to continue – and exhibit some admirable "show must go on" professionalism – after she had only delivered a little more than half of a touching and intimate version of Sugarland's hit "Stay."
The judges were on their feet and Adam Levine was effusive after Merlin jerked out her ear monitor, took hold of a new mic from a stage manager and continued like nothing went wrong.
Tea for two!
Dr. Jennifer Arnold and Bill Klein of TLC's hit reality show The Little Couple, are finally settling into a schedule with new daughter Zoey, 2, and son Will, 3, now that Arnold is recovering from a diagnosis of a rare cancer, intensive chemotherapy treatment and remission.
And that schedule includes a little mommy and me bonding.
"So I'm starting to feel a little bit better now that I am finished with chemotherapy," Arnold says in an exclusive sneak peek of Tuesday's episode, airing at 10 p.m. on TLC, "and I wanted to do something special with Zoey and spend some time with her."
Get ready to par-TAY!
Monday night's Dancing with the Stars showcased party anthems, with guest judge Redfoo from LMFAO helping to weed out the ho-hum from the fun.
James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd entered as the charmed couple after getting a perfect score on Disney week, while Candace Cameron Bure and Mark Ballas were just holding on and Drew Carey and Cheryl Burke hoped that audience scores would prop them up for another week.
Except, that didn't happen.
The ugly truth is coming out on True Tori.
Peta Murgatroyd is a former Dancing with the Stars champion, winning the coveted mirror-ball trophy in season 14 – only her second season on the series – with Donald Driver. The Australia native will blog for PEOPLE about competing with Big Time Rush band member James Maslow during the show's 18th season.
Last week's perfect score was totally awesome. I couldn't have been prouder of James. Everything just worked out. The lifts weren't working out during the day at dress rehearsal and I really pushed him to the limit that week and stepped up the choreography. We nailed that dance. It was so much fun.
I think James is really talented and I need to keep working him really hard and can't have him sit back with easy choreography. I feel like we kind of had a breakthrough last week with combining the emotion and the technique. I think James was great at contemporary, but we really need to focus on the ballroom dances.
WARNING: This video contains Game of Thrones spoilers.
There's no slowing down Frozen's hit song "Let It Go." Now Idina Menzel's catchy ballad has joined forces with Game of Thrones to create the mashup "Let It Go(T)".
Sorry, Frozen groupies: This is a parody meant for Westeros fanatics. "Let It Go(T)" asks the questions (in rhyme) many viewers have wondered about the HBO show. How are we supposed to keep all these bearded guys straight? Did they just recast Daario in season 4 without saying anything? And seriously, when is winter coming?
Candace Cameron Bure kicked off her career at age 10, starring in the popular series Full House. Since the series wrapped in '95, the actress got married, had three kids and wrote two books. She's been paired with two-time mirror ball winning champ Mark Ballas for season 18 of Dancing with the Stars, and she'll be sharing her experience with PEOPLE readers.
This week was all about building my self-confidence on the dance floor. After last week's Little Mermaid dance, Carrie Ann said what Mark has been telling me since week two: I need to get my nerves and self-doubt out of my head! I've been dealing with nerves through this whole experience, and while I was hoping they'd get better each week, finding my comfort zone during camera-blocking day and the live show has had the opposite effect. I've found myself doubting more and more.
Week six is "party anthem" week, and it's all about having fun and letting go. This seems to be my inner stumbling block, which is actually the opposite of who I am with my family and friends! Mark and I practiced our cha-cha all week, but the real test will be when I get out on the dance floor in front of the lights, cameras and live audience.
Fans wanting to know more about Lindsay Lohan's life certainly got their wish Sunday night on Lindsay.
While the bulk of the OWN series about the actress focused on Lohan's struggle to revive her career and stay sober, the two-hour OWN documentary finale delivered a totally unexpected disclosure: She had suffered a miscarriage during filming.
The admission raised quite a few questions that largely went unanswered, but this is what Lohan did divulge in the series' final moments: