A showmance that became a full-fledged romance is about to become a permanent alliance for two of the most popular players on Big Brother.
At 72, Betsey Johnson is among the older contestants on the upcoming season of Dancing with the Stars. But she's also one of the most energetic.
The fashion designer, who is paired up with pro dancer Tony Dovolani, is among the 13 contestants vying for the mirrorball trophy on the ABC series.
"What's great about Betsey is she's so inspiring in every way," Dovolani tells PEOPLE. "To be 72, and to do what she does, is so inspiring."
It won't be long before the ladies – and the drama – of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are back.
"We're still filming. We're right in the thick of it," Kyle Richards tells PEOPLE about Season 5 of the reality show. "I think it's going to be a very exciting season. There's some new people on the show that we already have existing relationships with."
Although Richards, 45, remains tight-lipped about who is joining the Housewives cast, she says not everyone is getting along.
The morning sickness – more like all day sickness – is almost over.
Jill Dillard, 23, who announced her pregnancy exclusively to PEOPLE in August, is now happy to reveal that as she nears the end of her first trimester, she's finally beginning to feel better.
"The last couple of days I have had a little bit of a break from the craziness of morning sickness, more like all day sickness, and that has been a blessing," Jill, the daughter of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, tells PEOPLE.
Jill – whose wedding to Derick Dillard, 25, will be featured on this season of TLC's hit reality show 19 Kids and Counting, airing Tuesdays at 9 p.m. – says that the support of her mother, Michelle, 47, has helped as she's struggled through nausea.
The Voice nemeses Adam Levine and Blake Shelton are both family men now. But while Levine just celebrated one big milestone, Shelton isn't quite ready for the next one.
In an appearance to air Monday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Levine – who married model Behati Prinsloo in July – reveals that he's just head over heels for the word wife.
"I abuse that word right now, a lot," says the Maroon 5 frontman, 35. "I'll say it for no reason. I'll say, 'Where is my wife?' And she'll be right there. Wife, wife, wife. I love that term. I even changed the number on my phone to 'Wife' when she calls."
Jimmy Kimmel Live!'s mean tweets are back, just in time for football season.
In this session, NFL stars are treated to a little tough love, as they read the not-so-nice opinions of football fans throughout the Twitterverse. Even those retired from the game weren't safe from the online trash-talking, as former defensive end Michael Strahan discovered.
"Michael Strahan's teeth are having a middle school dance, where the boys stand on one side of the room and the girls stand on the other," the Live! with Kelly and Michael host reads from a phone in the clip.
Joan Rivers, who died Thursday, got her start on prime-time variety and late-night talk shows in the 1960s, and is especially remembered for her appearances on The Tonight Show.
Once she was introduced on-air in 1965, Rivers routinely visited the program and later would officially fill in as host for Johnny Carson – until she was offered a rival show on Fox, triggering a lifelong freeze-out by Carson. She would not again appear on The Tonight Show for 26 years.
Joan Lunden's family just got a little bit larger!
The former Good Morning America host's daughter Lindsay Krauss Weinberg welcomed baby girl Parker Leigh on Aug. 30.
"Everything is wonderful and this has been the most amazing experience ever," Weinberg tells PEOPLE.
"Part of what has made it so incredible is that we're experiencing it with our families right by our side! My mom was literally with me at the hospital even though I know she didn't feel well at 1 a.m. as I was in labor," she adds. "She came right back at 6 a.m. when Parker was born! It was truly the most special experience ever."
Joan Rivers blazed a trail for women comedians, especially ones like Sarah Silverman, who adored her bold, take-no-prisoners approach to jokes.