Beau "Casper" Smart is taking his talents to TV.
The choreographer and actor has joined judges Harry Shum Jr. and Laurieann Gibson on season 2 of the performance art competition show Fake Off – think a super artsy America's Got Talent complete with dance, acrobatics, acting and breathtaking sets – and PEOPLE has the exclusive first look at his critique of contestants Tribe of Fools' historical homage to the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.
Smart, 29, gets emotional while giving his feedback in the clip above.
Guests on the Ellen DeGeneres Show should know what they're in for by now – the comedian has made her love and affinity for pranking no secret over the years. Despite regularly making celebrities jump out of their seats, however, DeGeneres still manages to spook a new crop of celebs every season.
In a new hilarious supercut, the 57-year-old shares some of her favorite pranks on some unsuspecting famous faces.
There's nothing like a turn on Dancing with the Stars to kick the rumors of your love life into overdrive, as Rumer Willis has discovered.
However, she's taking it in stride. Following their Mirrorball Trophy win, Willis is still friendly with her pro partner, Val Chmerkovskiy, and late on Tuesday, she posted a cute Dubsmash of Chmerkovskiy's "audition" for the next Despicable Me movie.
Earlier that day, Chmerkovskiy and Willis were snapped enjoying a friendly lunch date in Beverly Hills.
We haven't heard rumors of any Fuller House-style reboots planned, but two stars of classic '80s TV show Charles in Charge got together Tuesday night for an informal reunion. (What would an actual reboot be called? Charles More in Charge? Charles in Charge-r?)
Scott Baio Tweeted a photo with Willie Aames on Tuesday night, writing "Look who I had dinner with tonight … always great laughs my brother."
Amy Schumer did her best to "defend" disgraced comedian Bill Cosby during a sketch on her Comedy Central show Inside Amy Schumer, on Tuesday.
In a mock trial in the "Court of Public Opinion," Schumer played the nostalgia card as defense attorney to Cosby, blaring The Cosby Show theme song and showing clips of his beloved character Dr. Huxtable for the jury.