After two shows of dance and fun on Dancing with the Stars, Martina Navratilova and partner Tony Dovolani were eliminated from the competition.
"Nobody wanted to be the first," Navratilova said to ET backstage. "I know that everybody felt sorry for me but I don't want that. I don't want pity. I messed up the first ten seconds of the dance yesterday and it cost us but it's not the end of the world. I gave it everything I had."
Just five months after the October birth of her third child, Tori Spelling confirmed this week that she is expecting baby number four! The announcement was accompanied with a photo of Spelling's belly with all three of her children caressing the burgeoning baby bump.
"Dean, Liam, Stella, Hattie, and I are beyond thrilled to announce that another little McDermott is on the way!," wrote Tori to her website. "We feel truly blessed that another angel has found us."
Jennie Garth reveals in a new interview with PEOPLE that her husband Peter Facinelli first asked for a divorce last fall, but at the time she refused to go along with it. Garth said in the beginning she was "very resistant" to Facinelli's desire to split. "I didn't want it to happen. It took me some time to come to peace with it," she said.
Garth tells the magazine that since the divorce she has "gone through my darkest parts," although she adds that she's coping better now and is happy to be working on her new reality show, CMT's Little Bit Country.
In the midst of a skyrocketing career comeback, Jaleel White has recently come face to face with allegations of past domestic abuse -- charges the Dancing with the Stars frontrunner firmly denies.
Referring to claims he physically assaulted ex-girlfriend Bridget Hardy in 2010, White contests the claims he hit Hardy "across the chest" and "pushed 'her' into the toilet" are nothing but "malicious" and "hurtful" lies.
"When you're doing well in life, it's par for the course certain individuals will try and knock you down," said White addressing the allegations in a statement. "When the individual is also the mother of your only child it is particularly hurtful."
Supermodel Christie Brinkley appeared on the Today show this morning to talk about her Broadway return in Chicago, but Matt Lauer was more interested in discussing her incredibly contentious -- and even more public -- divorce from husband Peter Cook.
After five minutes of questioning, Brinkley simply couldn't take it anymore and broke down. Through tears she said, "Sorry but I just want peace and every time I have any joy or any kind of success in anything he has to try to destroy it."