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Posts from: November 2008

Brooke Burke’s Dancing win was the lowest-rated ever among viewers 18 to 49

Brooke Burke won Dancing with the Stars 7 Tuesday night. After her win, Brooke told People that the experience “was really trying, physically, emotionally, you name it.” It’s the first win for her professional partner, Derek Hough, whose sister Julianne won twice and announced she’s quitting the show. Brooke and Derek’s final dance earned a …

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Real Housewives of Atlanta reunite after record-breaking finale, OC women return

When the original set of housewives–Tamra Barney, Vicki Gunvalson, Jeana Keough and Lauri Peterson–return to Bravo Tuesday night, they’ll be following some intense competition. The fourth season of The Real Housewives of Orange County debuts Tuesday night at 10 p.m. ET, and while Tammy and Quinn will be absent, the other women will be joined …

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Lance Bass, Brooke Burke, or Warren Sapp will win Dancing with the Stars 7 tonight

Dancing with the Stars 7 concludes tonight starting at 8 p.m. ET. One of the three quasi-celebrity finalists will win a shitty trophy and bragging rights. Going into the finale, Brooke Burke has 58 points, while Lance Bass and Warren Sapp are tied for second with 53 points each. During the absurdly bloated finale, which …

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Tom Colicchio’s $175/person restaurant sells out; he plays guitar for charity

Part of CBS Sunday Morning’s food-themed episode Sunday featured a profile of Top Chef judge Tom Colicchio that explored his career and philosophy about food–and actually ends with the famously cranky judge actually smiling and laughing. Perhaps more surprisingly, it includes photographs and video from the days when he had hair. The profile introduces us …

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