Brunette beauty Brooke Burke-Charvet has been eliminated from "Dancing with the Stars" after seven seasons co-hosting with Tom Bergeron.
Burke announced the news Saturday night, tweeting, "Weird day ... Shocking pre-season elimination #DWTS …ME. Tom Bergeron didn't even read my name…I won't be returning to the show this season."
“Extra” special correspondent Tony Dovolani caught up with Boston native Tom Bergeron backstage at “Dancing with the Stars” to talk about the bombings that terrorized Tom's hometown. The tearful host talked of what an emotional day it was for him.
“Dancing with the Stars” co-host Brooke Burke is facing thyroid cancer, but not without the support of family and friends, including Tom Bergeron.Bergeron said on “The Talk.”
On Thursday's episode of "Lopez Tonight," "Dancing with the Stars" host Tom Bergeron began his interview with a message to Michael Bolton, regarding Judge Bruno Tonioli's brutal criticism of his performance.
"Michael Bolton... If you're watching man, I love you man."
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"Dancing with the Stars" wants to clear up the whole booing hullabaloo regarding Sarah Palin's appearance Monday night.
Host Tom Bergeron told AP that ABC plans to air footage during Tuesday's results show that indicates the booing from the audience was directed at the "DWTS" judges for giving dancers Jennifer Grey and Derek Hough a relatively low score of 24 for a dance that wowed them.
The wait is over! ABC will announce the new cast of "Dancing with the Stars" season 8 Sunday, February 8! The network is calling the 8 to 11 PM time slot the "All Night Name Drop." "Dancing" host Tom Bergeron will appear in segments throughout ABC's primetime schedule.
The "All Night Name Drop" will be competing against Sunday night's Grammy Awards on CBS. Fans of "Dancing with the Stars" can watch "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," "Desperate Housewives," and "Brothers & Sisters" -- or constantly refresh ABC.com. The site will post each cast member's name immediately after the reveals with an online list.
OK! Magazine is reporting "Jackass" stuntman Steve-O aka Stephen Glover is strapping on his dancing shoes. During an interview on "The Bonnie Hunt Show," singer Donny Osmond let it slip he might be on the show.
Season 8 of "Dancing with the Stars" returns March 9.
The 60th Primetime Emmy Awards is in the history books. Celebs don't have to worry about fitting into fancy gowns and tuxedos... until the next big awards show comes to town.
Hosts Ryan Seacrest, Heidi Klum, Tom Bergeron, Howie Mandel and Jeff Probst opened the show in matching tuxes. Miss Klum did not stay covered up too long, when Bergeron, with the help of William Shatner, stripped the hostess to a next-to-nothing sequined top and matching booty shorts.
"Best Supporting Actor for a Comedy Series" winner Jeremy Piven smooched presenter Amy Poehler's very pregnant belly and casually stepped up to the podium to give his acceptance speech.
HBO miniseries "John Adams" was the big winner of the night, raking in a total of eight awards. Tina Fey, everyone's favorite Sarah Palin impersonator, took home three awards.
The award the 5 Emmy hosts had been waiting all night for was "Best Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program." The tension was so thick; you could have cut it with a spork.
And like any good reality show, presenter Jimmy Kimmel tossed it to a break. "Survivor" host Jeff Probst was the surprise winner.
For a full list of the winners, click here.
Click here to view the "2008 Emmy Awards" photo gallery.