Prepare to see more of Jeff Timmons. A lot more.
Brooke Burke-Charvet is leaving Dancing with the Stars.
The news that she won't return to the show comes as a shock to the former contestant, who was by Tom Bergeron's side as co-host since season 10 of the ballroom dancing competition.
"Weird day ... Shocking pre-season elimination #DWTS …ME. Tom Bergeron didn't even read my name," Burke-Charvet, 42, Tweeted at midnight Saturday. "I won't be returning to the show this season."
ABC released a statement to PEOPLE on Saturday: "We can confirm that Brooke Burke-Charvet will not be joining us next season. She's been a wonderful part of the Dancing with the Stars family since her triumphant win in season seven and will unquestionably be missed by our entire team," the statement reads. "We'd like to thank Brooke for her years of great service."
Burke-Charvet wasn't the only one who was surprised by the news. "It was a shock they let Brooke go," a source tells PEOPLE. "The cast and crew loved her. It's very sad."
As Saul Berenson on Homeland, Mandy Patinkin can find anyone. But in real-life, the hirsute star of stage and screen had been stumped in his efforts to get in touch with a pair of ex-girlfriends from high school and college.
As Patinkin explained during a visit to Live with Kelly and Michael in December, he had been looking for a woman named Sandy, who had given him her first kiss. That appearance led to a few phone calls between the two grammar-school sweethearts, but no face-to-face meeting.
All that changed on Wednesday's show. As the Princess Bride star recounted the story to the hosts, a mysterious woman came up behind him – Sandy Hyman, live and in the flesh.
Harry, is that you?
The parade of A-listers wishing new Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon good luck continued Tuesday with one of Britain's hottest boy banders.
Harry Styles stopped by for a chat with Fallon – or rather, Kristen Wiig did. The Saturday Night Live legend impersonated the pop singer for a hilariously unscripted interview.
The Bridesmaids star, wearing a v-neck T-shirt, stylish suit and wild wig, spoke in her normal voice and struggled to answer Fallon's interview questions.
"Your accent is different in person," Fallon noted. "Because you know, you're not from America."
"I'm from … England!" Wiig replied with some coaxing.
He's only 8 years old, but little Akshat Singh has already made a big impression on Ellen Degeneres.
While visiting the Ellen set Monday – his first-ever visit to America – the India's Got Talent winner delighted the crowd with an acrobatic mix of cartwheels, headstands and pelvic thrusts
How does Singh explain his hoofing skills? "I dance every day for three hours, and I eat more," he explained.
Singh is the latest in a long line of precocious moppets to entrance the daytime talk-show host. Relive our favorite pint-sized Ellen guests below.
Matt Lanter plays an alien on the CW's Star-Crossed, and PEOPLE readers can't seem to get enough of his out-of-this-world talent and good looks.
I could be Fallon in love.