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NeNe Leakes loves all that jazz.
There's nothing like celebrating a birthday with a hunky man by your side – just ask Sara Hyland.
The first promo for Grease: Live will give you chills – and they're multiplying.
In the video, Julianne Hough, Aaron Tveit, Vanessa Hudgens, Carly Rae Jepsen and their costars hand jive to perfection in full '50s gear.
For everyone who fell in love at first sight with Married at First Sight, the wait for the third season is almost over.
FYI network's hit social experiment show (produced by Kinetic Content) – in which total strangers are paired up by a team of experts and meet for the first time at the altar – returns Dec. 1 at 9 p.m. EST.
Bindi Irwin is walking away from season 21 of Dancing with the Stars with not just a mirror-ball trophy, but also a lifelong friend.
"[DWTS] is such a special experience," the young conservationist told PEOPLE moments after her big win Tuesday night.
And making her months spent on the ABC reality dance competition even more special was her dance partner Derek Hough.
Bindi Irwin was surrounded by friends and family after winning season 21 of Dancing with the Stars, but there was one person missing that she wished had been there – her father.
"I couldn't even imagine if [he] was here right now," the young conservationist told reporters of the late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin. "Honestly, I hope that he'd be proud of me. And I hope that I am able to carry-on in his footsteps and make sure that his legacy lives on."
Bindi Irwin is known for being a beacon of positivity, but even she can find at least one thing she's glad to put behind her now that her time on Dancing with the Stars is over.
"My feet are pretty cut up right now," the 17-year-old conservationist told PEOPLE just minutes after winning the mirror-ball trophy for season 21 of the ABC reality dance competition.
Season 21 of Dancing with the Stars may be done, but Alek Skarlatos' dancing days are far from over.
For NCIS: New Orelans' Scott Bakula, success came at a price.
After spending a decade making a name for himself in the New York City theater scene, the St. Louis-native moved his family – then-wife Krista Neumann and their daughter Chelsy, now 31 – to Los Angeles, where, in 1988, he booked the lead role in NBC's time-traveling series Quantum Leap.