The final five couples took to the stage for this week's Dancing with the Stars semifinals, and while each duo had impressive performances, one couple had to be sent home. This week Tommy Chong and Peta Murgatroyd took their final bows on the dance floor after performing two dances to different types of music – one plugged and the other unplugged – for this week's theme.
"I've just showed that old stoners can perform when they need to!" joked Chong during his final send-off.
Here's how the couples fared:
The cameras may have stopped rolling on Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, but the drama continues for Mama June.
June Shannon has vehemently denied having a relationship with registered sex offender Mark McDaniel, but now Shannon's former brother-in-law Lee Thompson (known as "Uncle Poodle" on the now-cancelled TLC reality show) tells Dr. Phil McGraw that she is not telling the truth.
And PEOPLE has an exclusive clip from the interview, airing Tuesday.
It's time for the ladies of Cleveland to say goodbye.
TV Land announced Monday that Hot in Cleveland, which focuses on a trio of women who moved to Ohio from Los Angeles, will end after its sixth and current season.
Get ready to say goodbye to Felicia.
"Bye Felicia" originated in the movie Friday, when a disinterested Ice Cube utters the line to a character. The expression has since since become Internet shorthand for passive-aggressively (or occasionally aggressive-aggresively) letting someone know you don't actually care that they're leaving.
But we all have a Felicia inside, and that's where Deborah Hawkes, Missy Young and VH1 come in.
Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi are good at multitasking – they're getting their holiday cards ready, doing something for a good cause and poking fun at Kim Kardashian all at once.
On Monday's Ellen, DeGeneres revealed her latest cheeky holiday card: a riff on Paper magazine's "Break the Internet" campaign that featured a nude Kardashian on the cover.
Weighing in at 291 lbs., Jackie Pearson wasn't the person or mother she wanted to be.
"I just felt like I was existing in the world. I was existing and hiding," the 36-year-old mom of two tells PEOPLE. "My husband was the one who took my daughter to birthday parties and to play dates. I stayed in the house."
But now that Pearson has become a contestant on season 16 of The Biggest Loser, she has lost 83 lbs. and started living the life she's always wanted.