Daytime Emmys go virtual in age of coronavirus pandemic
FILE - In this June 27, 2010 file photo, a view of the stage appears at the 37th annual Daytime Emmy Awards in Las Vegas. The 47th annual Daytime Emmy Awards will air on Friday, June 26 at 8 PM EST/PST. (AP Photo/Eric Jamison, File)LOS ANGELES The coronavirus pandemic has turned daily life into a drama of untold proportions. The 47th annual awards are back on a broadcast network for the first time since 2011 after being relegated to cable or streaming in recent years. ABC's General Hospital headed into the show with a leading 23 nominations, including best daytime drama, lead actress nods for Finola Hughes and Maura West, and lead actor nods for Steve Burton and Jon Lindstrom.
'DWTS': Hannah Brown Rocks BTS Performance After 'Hard Week' of Rehearsals
Hannah Brown danced it out to "the biggest boy band in the world right now," BTS on Monday night's episode ofDancing With the Stars. In honor of "Boy Band & Girl Group Night," Brown and her partner, Alan Bersten, performed a Tango to BTS' "Boy With Love." The pressure was on for Brown to get the dance right, and she felt it. "There is a lot of pressure right now, being so close to semifinals," the Bachelorette admitted in the package before the dance. RELATED CONTENT:'Dancing With the Stars' Week 9: ET Will Be Live Blogging Boy Band & Girl Group Night!
'DWTS': Beyonce Fans React to Sean Spicer's Destiny's Child Performance
Who could have ever guessed we'd see Sean Spicer channeling Beyonce? "Sean Spicer dancing to Destiny's Child is such a disgrace!!! See more reactions below:Allowing Sean Spicer to dance to Bills, Bills, Bills on national tv should be a criminal offense seratonin obrien (@gwils_17) November 12, 2019Disrespecting Destinys Child by giving Bills, Bills, Bills to Sean Spicer. #dwts Britny Mendoza (@BritnyRocha) November 12, 2019my mom was watching dwts and they really had sean spicer dancing to bills, bills, bills. Jo Schopper (@SchopperJo) November 12, 2019Who did @Beyonce upset enough to have the producers make Sean Spicer dance to the classics, Bills, Bills, Bills?
Karamo Brown Reacts to Sean Spicer Still Being on 'Dancing With the Stars': 'He
One of the biggest storylines so far on season 28 ofDancing With the Stars is the Sean Spicer of it all. "I can tell you that I had an amazing time on the show," Brown said, initially evading the question. Brown faced some scrutiny of his own after this season of DWTS was announced, when he defended Spicer as "a good guy." "I deactivated because they were giving my sons death threats" he explained on Tuesday, "because I was nice to Sean Spicer. Dancing With the Stars airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.
'DWTS': Carrie Ann Inaba Explains Her 'Frustration' Over Sean Spicer Being Safe,
Carrie Ann Inaba's feelings about Monday night's Dancing With the Stars results were written all over her face. I can't get too mad, but yeah, I'm a little frustrated," Inaba told ET's Keltie Knight after Monday's episode. Carrie Ann last week vs. this week... Spot the difference. "It would be disrespectful to say, 'I'm going to walk away from you.'" RELATED CONTENT:'DWTS': Lindsay Arnold's Family Tragedy Forces Her to Skip Dance With Sean Spicer'Dancing With the Stars' Week End Ends In Another Shocking, 'Confusing' Elimination -- See Who Get Sent Home!
'DWTS': How Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten Worked Through Issues After Last Week's
Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten are working through it. In the package before dancing the Quickstep to "American Girl," Brown opened up to Bersten about her reaction to Inaba's observation she was "disconnected." "I'm honestly so upset... the past few weeks I have not felt connected to myself," Brown said. "What a fabulous dance," Len Goodman added, before he and his fellow judges awarded Brown and Bersten a total score of 29/30. RELATED CONTENT:'DWTS': Lindsay Arnold's Family Tragedy Forces Her to Skip Dance With Sean SpicerHannah Brown Speaks Out After Emotional 'DWTS' Episode
'Dancing With the Stars' Will Have a Spice Girl and *NSYNC Member as Guest Judges
The Dancing With the Stars judging table is getting a little bigger next week. Fatone competed on Dancing with the Stars season four, earning second place. His fellow *NSYNC member, Lance Bass, came in third on DWTS season seven. Baby Spice Emma Bunton and Joey Fatone will serve as judges during a special Boy Bands vs. Nicole Scherzinger Reveals Her 'Dancing With the Stars' Mirrorball 'Fell Apart in Pieces' (Exclusive)
'DWTS': Alan Bersten Opens Up About Hannah Brown Feeling 'Insecure' After Carrie
Hannah Brown is ready to put in the work. On Monday's Halloween-themed episode, she tried to regain her top spot with a sassy jazz dance to Donna Summer's "Bad Girls." "You've gotta punch it, punch it, punch it," he added of improving Brown's sharpness on the dance floor. Bersten previously opened up about trying to help Brown "believe in herself" while guest blogging for ET earlier this month. RELATED CONTENT:'Dancing With the Stars': Karamo Brown Honors Beyonce With Epic Paso Doble Set to 'Survivor'Tyler Cameron Says He Wants Hannah Brown to Win 'Dancing With the Stars'
Carrie Ann Inaba Falls Out of Her Chair on 'DWTS': Kate Flannery, Pasha Pashkov and More
During week five of the dance competition show, Carrie Ann had an epic solo moment after Kate Flannery and her pro partner, Pasha Pashkov, performed a Mary Poppins-themed jazz for Disney Night. "Carrie Ann Inaba falling out of her chair, first time in Dancing With the Stars history!" And Carrie Ann, being the pro that she is, was able to laugh it off both on the show and later on social media. Hear more highlights from DWTS' Disney Night in the video below! RELATED CONTENT:'DWTS': Disney Week Shocks Viewers With Surprise Happy EndingJames Van Der Beeks Dawsons Creek Parents Visit DWTS, Take Their 1st Group Pic in 18 Years
Lamar Odom Dances in His Underwear, Calls Peta Murgatroyd the 'Kobe Bryant' of '
Nobody was more shocked than Lamar Odom and Peta Murgatroyd to have made it through the season's first elimination last week, but on Monday night's episode, the former basketball player seemed to have a weight lifted off his shoulders. In honor of Movie Night, Odom and Murgatroyd were tasked with dancing a Risky Business-inspired Cha Cha to Bob Seger's "Old Time Rock n Roll." Odom was hesitant to dance in his "tighty whiteys," but was eventually convinced to do so by Murgatroyd, whom he called the "Kobe Bryant of dance." RELATED CONTENT:'Dancing With the Stars': Lamar Odom Dances in Boxers, Calls Peta 'the Kobe Bryant' of 'DWTS' - Live Updates! Lamar Odom on Sharing His Overdose Story on 'Dancing With the Stars': 'It's Very Therapeutic' (Exclusive)'Dancing With the Stars' Premiere: Lamar Odom Receives One of the Lowest Scores in Show History
'DWTS' Lauren Alaina and Gleb Savchenko Channel Julia Roberts and Richard Gere With '
Lauren Alaina did her best to step into Julia Roberts' patent leather boots as she and partner Gleb Savchenko took on the iconic 1990 film for Movie Night. Dressed in full Pretty Woman costumes, Alaina and Savchenko began their dance on a red convertible before dancing it out to Roy Orbison's "Oh, Pretty Woman." Alaina admitted that she was nervous to take on Pretty Woman, but she's clearly grown in her confidence. RELATED CONTENT:'Dancing With the Stars': Lauren Alaina & Gleb Savchenko Get Racy With 'Pretty Woman' Tribute - Live Updates! Lauren Alaina on Going from Dorky Tomboy to Sexy Single DWTS Contestant (Exclusive)How Lauren Alaina Is Channeling 'Sexy' on 'DWTS' After John Crist Split (Exclusive)
Leah Remini Returning to 'Dancing With the Stars' as Guest Judge (Exclusive)
Leah Remini is returning to the ballroom! ET has exclusively learned that on Monday, Oct. 7, the actress will be joining Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli as a guest judge on Dancing With the Stars. This will mark Remini's first time judging the dance competition show, but she's certainly no stranger to the Salsa, Cha-Cha, Jive and more. Dancing With the Stars airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC, and "Cast From the Past" Week kicks off Oct. 7 and runs through Oct. 13. RELATED CONTENT:'Dancing With the Stars': A Complete Guide to the New Ballroom RulesKeo Motsepe Teases Week 2 of 'Dancing With the Stars,' Reacts to Not Having a Celeb Partner (Exclusive)Leah Remini Returns to 'DWTS' to Fill in for Co-Host Erin Andrews
'Dancing With the Stars' Premiere: Lamar Odom Receives One of the Lowest Scores in Show
Lamar Odom hit the ballroom on Monday night's premiere of Dancing With the Stars, and well, he hit the ballroom. Unfortunately for Odom, his premiere dance -- a Foxtrot to Michael Buble's "Feeling Good" with partner Peta Murgatroyd -- received plenty of comments from the judges... and one of the lowest scores in DWTS history. Goodman and Tonioli both gave Odom 3s, which paired with Inaba's 5, gave Odom a score of 11/30. RELATED CONTENT:'Dancing With the Stars': Lamar Odom and Peta Murgatroyd's Foxtrot Gets Rough Scores -- Live Updates! Hannah Brown Impresses With Vibrant 'Dancing With the Stars' DebutSharna Burgess Opens Up About Finding Out She Was Cut From 'Dancing With the Stars'
Hannah Brown Impresses With Vibrant 'Dancing With the Stars' Debut
Hannah Brown has hit the ballroom! The Bachelorette made her Dancing With the Stars debut on Monday's season premiere of the ABC competition series, and she brought her A-game. Brown wowed as she and partner Alan Bersten danced the Cha Cha to Whitney Houston's "I Wanna Dance With Somebody." "I think its gonna be something that everybody's gonna really enjoy." RELATED CONTENT:'DWTS' Sneak Peek: Hannah Brown Meets Her Partner at 'Bachelor' MansionHannah Brown on How 'DWTS' Is Bringing Back Her 'Insecurities': It's 'Messed With My Mind' (Exclusive)'Bachelorette' Hannah Brown Reveals Last Message She Sent to Tyler Cameron
Carrie Ann Inaba on How They're Changing Things on 'DWTS' This Season (Exclusive)
Dancing With the Stars is about to kick off its 28th season, and fans are in for some big changes when the stars hit the dance floor. This season also marks the first major voting overhaul in the show's scoring system in years. However, it's not just the voting and scoring systems that are different, but the general aesthetic of the ballroom as well. "I like it better when I don't know," Inaba explained. Fans will get a chance to see all the new changes when Dancing With the Stars Season 28 kicks off Monday, Sept. 16 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.