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It has been a brutal season of Naked and Afraid XL.
Twelve participants were sent to the African Badlands to survive for 40 days. In the first 28 days, four participants either tapped out or were medically evacuated.
Then came day 29.
After eating tainted fruit that the show helpfully told us were probably "contaminated by the saliva or feces of bats or monkeys," four participants fell deathly ill in a 24-hour period.
Allison Janney isn't an Olympian, but she still has the chance to break a world record this year.
If the actress wins the Emmys for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy for Mom and outstanding guest actress for Masters of Sex (as she did last year), Janney would break Cloris Leachman's record for most Primetime Emmy wins.
"I feel the pressure," Janney, 56, tells PEOPLE. "But truthfully I'm just happy to be invited to the party."
Larry King appeared to be all business on Friday.
She's known for her high-profile relationships and sex-positive attitude, but Amber isn't counting how many men she's been with.
The model, talk show host and potential Dancing with the Stars contestant got personal about her number of sexual partners while talking with Ty Dolla $ign on Friday's episode of The Amber Rose Show.
It would be an understatement to say that Black-ish's Tracee Ellis Ross was excited to find out she had been nominated for an Emmy this year.
"I ran around my dining room table, opened my front door and walked into the front courtyard and then said out loud, 'Where am I going? Where am I going? You need to call someone!' " the actress, 43, tells PEOPLE.
So, the actress called her mom, singing legend Diana Ross.
Adrienne Bailon is happily in love!
The Real co-host dished on her recent engagement to singer-songwriter Israel Houghton on Hollywood Today Live!, describing the special moment as "magical."
"I was surprised with my parents showing up in Paris. I didn't know. There was some trickery going on," Bailon said of Houghton popping the question in Paris.
"It honestly was just magical. My parents being there was so special to me. They actually were celebrating 20 years of marriage. I thought originally that we were just celebrating them and then obviously when the surprise happened, I was super excited and super happy. I can't wait," Bailon continued.
Another sibling pair is returning to Dancing with the Stars!
Multiple sources confirm to PEOPLE that both Derek Hough and his sister Julianne Hough will make a return for season 23 of the ABC dancing reality series.
Julianne, 28, who served as judge on seasons 19 through 21 after appearing as a professional dancer on seasons 4 through 8, will return for season 23 at the judge's table.
Things might be going from bad to worse on The Real Housewives of Orange County.
Following an explosive blow up between Heather Dubrow and Kelly Dodd at Meghan King Edmonds' sushi dinner party, fellow Housewife Tamra Judge might be serving up another platter of drama for the duo.
In a clip of Monday's upcoming episode on Entertainment Tonight, Dubrow and Dodd sit down at dinner to discuss the verbal punches that they each threw at the party.
Oprah Winfrey is learning a thing or two from her network's new drama series Queen Sugar.
The veteran talk show host revealed to Entertainment Weekly that a scene from the Ava DuVernay-helmed show gave her an idea for her longtime beau, Stedman Graham.
After watching an episode of the upcoming series that includes a sex scene in which the main character opens a blanket to invite the partner into bed, Winfrey admitted, "You want to be that person."
John Krasinski is officially adding his name to the illustrious list of stars who've portrayed Tom Clancy's iconic character Jack Ryan – and, yea, he's "a little nervous."
Krasinski's turn as the CIA agent will headline a new, 10-episode Amazon series. Ryan has previously been brought to the big screen by Harrison Ford in Patriot Games and Clear and Present Danger, Alec Baldwin in The Hunt for Red October, Ben Affleck in The Sum of All Fears and, most recently, Chris Pine in Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit.
"People say there's nothing like your first, so the first time I saw Jack Ryan it was with Alec Baldwin," Krasinski tells PEOPLE. "And then Harrison Ford, I don't know if you can get better than him. And Ben Affleck and Chris Pine are huge superstars of our current day."
Krasinski knows that he has some big shoes to fill, but is "thrilled" for the challenge: "It's super intimidating coming behind them to add something new and something fresh. They are just going into the writers room now so it's very new."