"DANCING WITH THE STARS: ALL STARS"
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Perfect isn't good enough to stay on "Dancing With the Stars." Former Disney kid Sabrina Bryan got the first round of perfect 10s of the season. But she was voted off last night. There were plenty of boos from the audience as host Tom Bergeron announced the results. He noted that Sabaria was voted off in week-six the first time she was on. Bergeron adds, "week six sucks." The remaining celebs get a break next week. Due to the presidential election, no one will get voted off.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Chevonne doesn't get to stay on "The Voice," but she does get a big laugh. Christina Aguilera had to choose between the former Lady Gaga backup singer or the boyish looking pop singer De'Borah. Cee Lo Green chimed in that he would want them both on his team. Chevonne reminded Cee Lo that she was on his team, but he cut her. Team Christina picked her up in a steal. Next week, the live performances begin on The Voice.
"THE X FACTOR" - TOP 16 PERFORM TONIGHT
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The top 16 perform live for the first time tonight in a two-hour episode of "The X Factor." Khloe Kardashian Odom and Mario Lopez will join the show as hosts. Tomorrow night, four performers will be sent home, leaving 12 finalists. Fans will start voting them off, one by one, next week. The X Factor will air on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday next week opposite three episodes of "The Voice."
SOME NEW YORK SHOWS BACK IN BUSINESS AFTER HURRICANE
NEW YORK (AP) -- Some New York shows are back in business today after shutting down because of the hurricane. "Live With Kelly and Michael," "The View," "Katie" and "The Chew" are back on the air. Broadway plans to reopen tonight after being dark the past two nights. But off-Broadway theaters aren't ready to open yet. Most are located in lower Manhattan, which is flooded. "Saturday Night Live" is expected to go on as usual this weekend, hosted by Louis C.K.
NEW CLIP FROM LAST "TWILIGHT" MOVIE AIRING ON MTV TOMORROW
NEW YORK (AP) -- MTV is going all out to plug the last "Twilight" movie. They'll interview Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner tomorrow and then show a new clip from "Breaking Dawn: Part 2." MTV is also asking fans to vote for the "greatest Twilight character of all time." They can choose from 64 characters. The winner will be announced on November 12.
"PARKS AND RECREATION" - MEET THE PARENTS
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Now that Ben and Leslie are engaged, it's time for her to meet his parents on "Parks and Recreation" tonight. It doesn't go well, as you can imagine. The parents are divorced and Adam Scott says they're "terrifying." Amy Poehler says it's a rare peek into Ben's personal life. She describes Leslie meeting Ben's parents as "a high-dressed party combined with relatives, which always is a bad thing."
CARRIE UNDERWOOD, PINK, PITBULL TO PERFORM ON AMAS
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Carrie Underwood, Pink and Pitbull have been added to the list of performers at the American Music Awards next month. Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, Christina Aguilera and Linkin Park were announced earlier. The show will air November 18 on ABC.
"LOVE GAMES: BAD GIRLS NEED LOVE, TOO" - TANISHA THOMAS
BEVERLY HILLS (AP) -- Tanisha Thomas always knew she'd be in showbiz. She says she used to do "carwheels and flips and go crazy" when she was five years old. Her dream was to get on "Star Search." She says her parents thought she was nuts, but she was sure that one day, the world would "fall in love" with her. Thomas returns for a fourth season as host of "Love Games: Bad Girls Need Love Too" that starts Monday on Oxygen.
POLICE SAY GENE HACKMAN SLAPS HOMELESS MAN
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) -- Police in New Mexico say Gene Hackman was acting in self-defense when he slapped a homeless man. The Albuquerque Journal reports the man had become aggressive toward Hackman and his wife. The incident occurred yesterday afternoon in downtown Santa Fe.
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