Tuesday Morning Entertainment Headlines

"DANCING WITH THE STARS: ALL-STARS"-MELISSA RYCROFT

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Melissa Rycroft says she was on "a lot of medication" during last night's "Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars." Rycroft fell during rehearsal for the group freestyle and hurt her neck. The docs cleared her to perform, after she was diagnosed with a herniated disc. Video of the rehearsal showed the EMT's taking Rycroft away on a stretcher, with her neck in a brace. The judges praised her performance and the rest of team dancing to "Call Me Maybe." They got a 29.5 out of a possible 30.

"DANCING WITH THE STARS: ALL-STARS"-PERFORMANCES

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Carrie Ann Inaba ended up on the floor during last night's "Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars." She got so excited praising Gilles Marini's rumba, she fell off her chair. But Carrie Ann's OK. Marini was just a-half point off getting a perfect 30 from the judges. But Kelly Monaco had an off night, with a samba. Len Goodman said it was a little too raunchy for him. Tonight, the performances continue. No one will be give the boot this week.

"THE VOICE"

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The line-up is just about set for "The Voice." One more battle round tonight, then we'll know who is headed to the live shows. Team Christina has one more steal left. So, Christina Aguilera could make someone very happy. On last night's show, Aguilera dropped 15-year-old MarissaAnn. But she was quickly snapped up by Blake Shelton.

"THE X FACTOR" - SIMON'S CHOICES REVEALED TONIGHT

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- We finally find out tonight which four acts Simon picks to make it to the live shows on "The X Factor" and which two he'll send home. He was supposed to reveal his choices last week, but the National League playoff game ran long because of a rain delay. Britney Spears, Demi Lovato and L.A. Reid had time to reveal their decisions, but the show ended before Simon could speak. The entire episode will air tonight. The live shows start November 1.

ELLEN DEGENERES TRIBUTE

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Jimmy Kimmel says thanks to Ellen DeGeneres, he had "the strength to come out of the closet." That's despite the fact Kimmel's not gay. Kimmel was among the comedians and other entertainers paying tribute to DeGeneres in Washington last night. She received the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at the Kennedy Center. The show will be aired by PBS on October 30th. DeGeneres jokes that she's so happy to be part of PBS' "farewell season." It was a jab at Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who has promised to cut off funds for PBS.

HENRY WINKLER NOW A FAN OF THE UFC

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Henry Winkler had never seen an entire UFC match before filming "Here Comes the Boom." Now, he's a big fan. Winkler says he watched a minute of a match when he was flipping through the channels, but he didn't stop because it was too violent. Then he met some of the fighters on the movie set and found out they weren't vicious in real life. He says he now has "great respect" for them.

"HAPPY ENDINGS" - ELISHA CUTHBERT

BEVERLY HILLS (AP) -- An invisible hula hoop loosened up Elisha Cuthbert so she felt more comfortable acting silly on "Happy Endings." Cuthbert had been making believe she was using a hula hoop off camera and the writers ended up putting the bit in the show. Cuthbert says it could've been "really embarrassing." But she says she "took the leap" and that opened the door for her to do "a lot of crazy things" on the show. Season three starts tonight.

"DON'T TRUST THE B--- IN APARTMENT 23" - KRYSTEN RITTER

BEVERLY HILLS (AP) -- Krysten Ritter is the "B" in "Don't Trust the B--- in Apartment 23," but that's the only place she acts like that. Ritter says she's completely different in real life. She says she's more of a "well-rounded human being." Ritter says she's "more of a homebody," going to bed early and not sleeping around. She says she's also "very hard-working and a good friend." The second season of "Don't Trust the B--- in Apartment 23" starts tonight.

"PRIVATE PRACTICE" WILL END WHEN KATE WALSH LEAVES

NEW YORK (AP) -- We'll never know what "Private Practice" would be like without Addison. ABC says when Kate Walsh leaves the show after 13 episodes, the series will be canceled. The final episode of the sixth season will most likely air sometime in January.

"SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE" TOUR STARTS TODAY

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The two winners of the ninth season of "So You Think You Can Dance" hit the road today. Eliana and Chehon will be joined by the rest of the top ten finalists on the nationwide tour. It starts in San Diego and ends December 5 in Hollywood, Florida. They'll perform their most popular routines as well as original pieces created for the tour.

Copyright 2012. The Associated Press.


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