Janel Parrish is best known for playing Mona Vanderwaal on the TV drama Pretty Little Liars. She's been paired with pro Val Chmerkovskiy for season 19 of Dancing with the Stars, and she'll be blogging for PEOPLE about her experience on the hit ABC show.
The quickstep we performed last week was honestly one of my favorite dances we've done. I thought it was amazing. It was America's choice dance, so they chose everything down to our costumes and the song and the style, and at the end they wanted us to kiss, so we threw that in for America!
Even though Val had a little bit of a stumble during the dance, it didn’t throw us off at all. The poor thing, his patent leather shoes got stuck together, but we both just kept going and we were able to get back on track. I know Val felt really bad because of the slip, but I was like, "You're human! Sometimes humans slip. It's all good!"
She may be a mom, but Hilary Duff looks as fresh-faced as she did during her Disney days.
The Good Wife began as the story of a woman who stood in her husband's shadow – but after five-and-a-half seasons of surprises and shockers, Alicia Florrick and her husband have switched roles.
Alicia (Julianna Margulies) has attended many public events to support her husband Peter (Chris Noth) as district attorney and governor, but now that she is running for district attorney herself, she's the one asking for a show of support.
Bill Cosby – who's back in the spotlight amid old allegations that he sexually assaulted several women – has been removed as a guest from Wednesday's episode of The Late Show with David Letterman on CBS.
Cosby's rep confirmed to the Associated Press Friday that the comedian's scheduled appearance on the show has been canceled. He did not, however, provide a reason for it.
Looks like that decision to add Sean Hayes didn't work out so well.
CBS has decided to put the kibosh on more episodes of The Millers, a family sitcom that starred Will Arnett as a divorced news guy with a pair of nutty parents, played by Margo Martindale and Beau Bridges.
The comedy has hobbled along on Mondays despite the addition of Hayes, the star of last year's failed sitcom Sean Saves the World. An original episode of the comedy will run Monday, but it seems unlikely the network will air what's left in the can.
For Alexandra Shipp, tackling the role of the late R&B star Aaliyah was "very scary," the actress tells PEOPLE.
Shipp, 23, signed on to star in the new Lifetime biopic after Zendaya Coleman publicly pulled out of the production.
"I just wanted to portray this woman in the best way possible," says Shipp, who was just 10 years old when Aaliyah died in a plane crash at age 22 in 2001.
The injury-plagued Alfonso Ribeiro may have danced his last paso doble.
PEOPLE has confirmed that the 43-year-old actor is now battling another injury after having pulled a groin muscle earlier this season. As a result, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air star remains under medical supervision and may not be able to perform on Monday – or the rest of the season.
According to TMZ, Ribeiro hurt his back Wednesday after over-compensating for the groin injury he endured earlier this year while performing his iconic dance, The Carlton. He reportedly skipped another rehearsal Thursday so he could take further tests.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is back on the air, and breathing a huge sigh of relief.
The Fox and Friends cohost returned to the morning show Friday and explained, in an emotional segment, that she had taken a month off due to a cancer scare.
Prepare to be envious, young girls of the world, because Jimmy Kimmel just got the birthday gift of your dreams.
On Thursday, Jim Carrey stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to talk about his new movie Dumb and Dumber To and to help the host celebrate his 47th birthday. Instead of opting for the usual tie clip or Target gift card, Carrey, 52, trotted an adorable white pony onto the stage for the birthday boy.