Now that it's official, Robin Roberts admits she couldn't be happier that Michael Strahan will be joining the Good Morning America family.
"Talk about somebody who's the real deal," she tells PEOPLE exclusively.
"He's pure talent," Roberts says of Strahan, who'll be coming aboard the broadcast a few times a week while still continuing to serve as co-host of Live! With Kelly and Michael.
There's a contestant like Morgan McLeod on every season of Survivor. Young and pretty, they make snarky comments about the older – and less attractive – female contestants. (One of McLeod's gems: "If everyone could choose to be cute or ugly, most would pick cute.")
But McLeod, a 22-year-old student and former NFL cheerleader from San Jose, California, wants to stress that she's not as she appeared on Survivor: Cagayan.
"I'm not a mean girl," she says with a laugh. "I'm not who you think I am."
That's one way to get the last laugh!
New Bachelorette Andi Dorfman delivers one final blow to former flame Juan Pablo Galavis in the first poster to promote her season of the ABC show.
"She's looking for the right Juan," the promo for the hit reality series reads, but "Juan" is crossed out in red and replaced with the word "one."
Monday's Disney-themed episode of Dancing with the Stars was quite magical – but the fairy tales didn't only take place for the dance partners.
One lucky James Maslow fan had her wish granted: to meet the handsome DWTS contestant.
Hannah Wackernagle, a 18-year-old Ohio high school senior with Down syndrome, invited her famous crush to her school prom – but because of scheduling conflicts, she received the ultimate surprise treat instead.
"It was the perfect week, because I knew she was [not only] a big Big Time Rush fan, but also a big Disney fan," Maslow, with Wackernagle at his side, told reporters backstage after scoring the first perfect 40 out of 40 for the season (more on that in a bit).
"So Peta [Murgatroyd] and I got together and got her tickets and we went on a bunch of rides and we got Mickey Mouse ears."
As the original Housewife herself would yell, "Woo-hoo!"
Vicki Gunvalson was back and in true form on Monday's premiere of The Real Housewives of Orange County, and season 9 looks to be chock-full of fine homes, over-the-top trips, rocky relationships and one feisty new costar.
Gunvalson joined returning Housewives Tamra Barney and Heather Dubrow in Honolulu, where Dubrow was filming an episode of Hawaii Five-O.