American ice dancers Meryl Davis and Charlie White will be going home with Olympic gold medals to add to their collection – bronze from
the new figure skating team event and silver from the 2010 Olympics – and the first Olympic ice dancing title for the United States.
A picture is worth a thousand words and from the looks of this photo, Julianne Hough may have found a new man.
Has Karina Smirnoff found a new dancing partner?
Kate Upton, 21, and Maksim Chmerkovskiy, 33 – who were said to be "very serious" as recently as the end of September when they were photographed holding hands – have called it quits.
"They've been done for a while," a source tells PEOPLE, of the hot-bodied pair, who met through a mutual friend at the beginning of this year.
Somebody just needs to crown Jack Osbourne's daughter, Pearl, the cutest kid on Twitter.
On Wednesday, the Dancing with the Stars finalist posted an adorable pic of his little girl that shows her using her dog as a chair.
It's clear that Pearl, 20 months, is following in her family's footsteps as an animal lover.
One way to keep the drowsiness at bay on Thanksgiving? Just keep dancing!
A hilarious impromptu dance war erupted Thursday on Instagram among several Dancing with the Stars veterans, beginning with a throwdown between Derek Hough and his season 14 partner, Maria Menounos.
Early in the day, Hough, 28, posted a video of himself and his family, including sister Julianne, boogying down to will.i.am's "That Power" while preparing dinner. "The key to a great meal?? Dance while you cook!" he wrote.
Valerie Harper was smiling and full of her trademark optimism when she returned to the ballroom the finale of Dancing with the Stars on Tuesday.
"It was great to be with [my dance partner] Tristan [McManus] again and all my buds, all these lovely friends I made," she told PEOPLE after the show.
The 74-year-old, who was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer earlier this year, has defied the dire predictions that she only had months to live, and says she's been feeling "pretty good" since leaving the show in October.
To the average viewer, from the very first episode there was no question that Amber Riley was a clear contender in Dancing with the Stars's 17th season.
But Tuesday's newly named mirror ball champ didn't see things potentially heading in that direction until closer to the end of the competition.
"There was a point where I realized I really wanted to win," Riley, 27, standing alongside partner Derek Hough, told PEOPLE inside the ballroom right after landing the show's highest honor.
"And that point was maybe the last time [I had to put needles in my knees]. The last time I got the knees lubed up was the time that I was like, 'Hey, you know, I feel like I really want to win this, so let's go hard' … It was America's vote and they voted for me and I really appreciate it."
Twelve weeks of sweat – and a lot of tears – have led up to Tuesday night's season 17 finale of Dancing with the Stars.
Finalists Amber Riley and Corbin Bleu were the season's regular leader board frontrunners, while Jack Osbourne improved tremendously since he began, and touched people with his life story.
But it was Amber who won the mirror ball.