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Say it ain't so, Derek Hough!
Dancing with the Stars' popular five-time Mirrorball Trophy winner may have to sit out the rest of the season after injuring his foot during a rehearsal Monday, PEOPLE has learned.
"Derek Hough suffered injuries to his right foot and left ankle," his spokeswoman told PEOPLE. "He has been diagnosed with a broken toe on his right foot and sprains to his left ankle on both the inside and outside aspects and a bone bruise on the same ankle. Derek will remain in Los Angeles this week to rehab his injuries."
Chris Soules may have found love on The Bachelor, but that doesn't mean he's eager to watch two of his former potential brides search for their Prince Charming on the upcoming season of The Bachelorette.
"Honestly, right now I'm okay with that part of my life being behind me," Soules, 33, said at the Dancing with the Stars 10th Anniversary Party hosted by PEOPLE.
But his ties to the new Bachelorettes, Kaitlyn Bristowe and Britt Nilsson, may prove too enticing for Soules to stay away from his TV.
Maksim Chmerkovskiy, you're needed back in the ballroom for a very special birthday party!
ABC announced the all-star lineup for its Dancing with the Stars 10th anniversary special planned for April 28. Chmerkovskiy and other fan favorites will return to perform in the episode that will reflect on the show's last decade – and feature its largest opening number ever, with 46 stars.
Nine Mirrorball Trophy winners are scheduled to appear, including season 18 winners Meryl Davis and Chmerkovskiy, 35, and reigning champs Alfonso Ribeiro and Witney Carson. Other performers include Chelsea Kane, Kristi Yamaguchi, Amy Purdy, Maria Menounos, Amber Riley, Melissa Rycroft and Kelly Monaco.
After a disappointing performance on last week's episode of Dancing with the Stars, Robert Herjavec and pro Kym Johnson found themselves in jeopardy of being booted off the show on Monday night.
In light of loud whispers that the Shark Tank star and his coach have been taking their partnership to new, romantic levels, it should come as no surprise that the threat of elimination only fueled their desire to stay on the show.
While Dancing with the Stars' "Spring Break Night" had some skin-baring outfits, unlike many coeds' wild getaways, it was memorable.
Front-runners like Riker Lynch, Nastia Liukin and Rumer Willis continued to pull ahead, but not all of the competition did so hot individually. Lucky for the underdogs, there's strength in numbers, and this week's group performances gave everyone a boost.
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Noah Galloway would not only like to win the Mirrorball Trophy, he'd like to inspire other folks like himself to dance like there's no tomorrow.
On Monday, Galloway invited Utah amputee dancer Alissa Sizemore of Vernal, Utah, to be his guest at Dancing with the Stars. Galloway's team learned of the 8-year-old Alissa, who lost her right foot last year during a freak accident, after reading about her on PEOPLE.com.
Los Angeles Kings player Jarret Stoll was arrested Friday in Las Vegas on suspicion of possession of cocaine, according to multiple reports.
What's better than an airport reunion?
When it comes to what people think they know about Rumer Willis, she's the first to say it's usually pretty far from the truth.