Long engagements are not a thing in the Duggar house.
After saying "yes" to Ben Seewald's marriage proposal, Jessa Duggar, the star of TLC's hit reality show 19 Kids & Counting (airing Tuesdays at 9 p.m.), tells PEOPLE exclusively the two have their wedding plans set.
"I am super excited," Jessa says. "Everybody has really been pitching in."
He might be 76 – but Tommy Chong has proved he's definitely still got it.
The comedian gave Dancing with the Stars viewers – and professional partner Peta Murgatroyd – a thrill during their salsa performance Monday night when he tore open his hot pink shirt and offered a peek at his impressive-looking abs.
"When he rips [his shirt] like he's the Hulk – I love that," Murgatroyd told PEOPLE with a grin after the show while standing beside Chong.
Remember that Friends reunion Jimmy Kimmel hosted on his show a little while back? Do you remember each and every mistake?
Well, Kimmel does.
Courteney Cox was a guest on the show Monday night, and the actress's performance during her last appearance apparently wasn't up to snuff for Jimmy.
Damien Lawson, a TSA officer from Los Angeles, sang the Boyz II Men classic "It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday" on Monday's season premiere of The Voice.
But judging by his performance, it might be easier than he could have dreamed to let go of the past.
The celebrities got to pick their tunes on Monday's edition of Dancing with the Stars, so the numbers were as varied as a bikini song samba to a Cyndi Lauper-inspired foxtrot.
Here were the scores:
There are dramatic career exits – and then there's this.
See the awkward – but awesome – styles and poses your favorite TV buddies were rocking 20 years ago
Karina Smirnoff is a former Dancing with the Stars champion, having won the coveted mirror-ball trophy in season 13 with J.R. Martinez. The pro dancer is now in her 16th season on the show, and will be blogging for PEOPLE about competing with actor and retired mixed martial arts fighter Randy Couture for season 19.
It was a very interesting premiere night. I think a lot of couples were amazing, and you saw different characters and different personalities shine through.
Our performance went perfectly. We couldn't have asked for a better response. There's a certain side of Randy that I wanted to showcase in the dance and it came through, and the judges and the audiences recognized that. I couldn't have been happier.
Batman fans are in for a treat with Gotham – but not because they are Batman fans.
Fanboys (and fangirls) were in a tizzy when Fox announced that it had picked up a series that would serve as an origin story for the city that will one day be protected by the Dark Knight. The Comic-Con crowd devoured every detail about which characters from the DC comic would be incorporated into the series and eagerly awaited the chance to watch a young Catwoman, Riddler, Penguin and Poison Ivy in action.
And all those fan-favorite characters are in on the fun of Gotham, but at its core, this new drama is a procedural cop show that is worth watching even if you don't know Bruce Wayne from Bruce Jenner.