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"DANCING WITH THE STARS: ALL-STARS"-KELLY AND VAL

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- So what's up with Kelly and Val on "Dancing With the Stars"? Val says being her partner has been a life-changing experience. Kelly Monaco says she feels the same and that their relationship "just works." Their routine ended last night with Val one knee holding a ring box. They've also kissed during one of their dance numbers. Co-host Brooke Burke-Charvet asked what's next -- and Val got a big laugh when he said children.

"DANCING WITH THE STARS: ALL-STARS"

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Shawn Johnson got a new partner -- and her best scores on "Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars." She got a round of perfect 10s for her fusion dance with stand-in Mark Ballas. Regular partner Derek Hough is still recovering from a neck injury, but says he'll be back next week. Overall, Melissa Rycroft has the best scores of the night. The scores for individual routines were combined with a swing marathon. Rycroft finishes with a 39, a point ahead of Johnson. Kirstie Alley has the lowest combined score, going into next week's double elimination.

"THE VOICE"

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Remember the puffy shirt from "Seinfeld"? Apparently Cee Lo Green does. He wore one on "The Voice" last night along with a 'fro wig. Jerry Seinfeld tweeted to Green, "Thanks for keeping it puffy." As for the singing, Adam Levine said Amanda Brown is a rock star. Julio Cesar Castillo got a standing ovation after doing a traditional mariachi song is Spanish. Team Blake and Team Adam performed last night. Tomorrow night, we'll hear from the other two teams.

KRISTEN BELL-DAX SHEPARD BABY

NEW YORK (AP) -- Kristen Bell is pregnant. She and her fiance Dax Shepard are expecting their first child in late spring. Bell and Shepard started dating in 2007. They've been engaged for about three years.

NIKKI REED AND PAUL MCDONALD RELEASE FIVE-SONG EP

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Nikki Reed says she's always loved music, but was "too afraid" to do anything about it. She says her husband Paul McDonald made her feel "safe enough to try." The result is a five-song EP called "The Best Part." Reed and McDonald co-wrote and perform the songs. Reed also directed a video for the cut "Now That I've Found You." The EP will be available on iTunes and through Reed and McDonald's websites. They also have a song on the soundtrack for the final "Twilight" movie. Reed met McDonald at a movie premiere while he was on season ten of "American Idol."

ADVANCE TICKETS FOR "THE HOBBIT" ON SALE TOMORROW

BURBANK, Calif. (AP) -- Advance tickets for the first Hobbit movie go on sale tomorrow. You can start buying them at noon, Eastern time. "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" opens December 14. A week before, a "Lord of the Rings" marathon will be shown in certain theaters. All three extended cut versions will be shown all day on December 8 and December 9. Tickets for the marathons also go one sale tomorrow at noon, Eastern time.

"WRECK-IT RALPH" - JANE LYNCH

BEVERLY HILLS (AP) -- Jane Lynch and her young daughter both love her talking action figure from "Wreck-It Ralph" for different reasons. Her daughter just thinks it's cool. But Lynch sees dollar signs. She says the figure is one of only a-thousand that were made. She jokes that she'll autograph it and sell it on eBay so she can pay for the garage she's building.

"FLIGHT" - BRUCE GREENWOOD

BEVERLY HILLS (AP) -- Bruce Greenwood wasn't on the plane that nearly crashes in "Flight," but if he was, he would've known what it was like. Greenwood was in a plane crash when he was 16. He was in a Cessna 185 when it went down in the water. He says the wings were ripped off and they sank. His two friends and the pilot escaped, but he was trapped, hanging upside down in his seatbelt. The pilot came back to save him.

MORE PERFORMERS ANNOUNCED FOR AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- No Doubt and Usher have been added to the list of performers at the American Music Awards. Kesha will also sing. Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, Christina Aguilera and Carrie Underwood were announced earlier. The AMAs will air November 18 on ABC.

LONG ISLAND MEDIUM RENEWED

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Long Island Medium has more dead people to see and more time to do it. Theresa Caputo's series has been picked up for a fourth season. TLC ordered 30 more episodes. The series is being watched by an average of three million people.

Copyright 2012. The Associated Press.


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