Former “Bachelor” star Melissa Rycroft stepped back onto the dance floor on Monday night, despite suffering from head and neck injuries during a “Dancing with the Stars” rehearsal.
"Dancing with the Stars" is right around the corner, but who should compete in the all-star season? Just ask the pros!
Valentin Chmerkovskiy told "Extra" it would be "cool" if Nicole Scherzinger decided to return, but Tony Dovolani would definitely pick Stacey Keibler or Melissa Rycroft.
Peta Murgatroyd is rooting for Evan Lysacek, because "he only got second last time so he should come back and win." Watch the video for more "DWTS."
Actress Kirstie Alley helped celebrate her former "Dancing with the Stars" partner Maks Chmerkovskiy's birthday in L.A. -- and stopped to chat with "Extra" special correspondent Tony Dovolani at the event.
"I'm excited to be here tonight because it's Maks' 32nd birthday. He's so old," laughed Kirstie.
Alley admired how in-shape Dovolani was -- and ended up interviewing him. Take a look!
Actress Kirstie Alley had an entertaining conversation with her pal, "Dancing with the Stars" pro and "Extra" special correspondent Tony Dovolani at the "Fall Fantasy Dance Show" Sunday, talking about former dance partner Maks Chmerkovskiy and his recent war of words with the judges.
Was she surprised? "Maks lipping off to Len? No! Should I be?" laughed Alley. "That's the drama everyone tunes in for."
As the "Dancing with the Stars" field narrows following this week's elimination of Carson Kressley, who will win the mirrored ball?
"Extra" special correspondent Tony Dovolani was backstage after the results show and spoke with judge Carrie Ann Inaba, who said she thinks Rob Kardashian has a good chance. "I think it might be Rob. Rob might be the dark horse."
Nancy Grace's fellow "Dancing with the Stars" contestants seemed nonplussed about her wardrobe malfunction.
Heading into the after-party, Chynna Phillips laughed to paparazzi, "If you've seen one nipple you've seen them all."
It was Wendy Williams' turn to walk off the dance floor for good, as she became the second celebrity voted off "Dancing with the Stars."
She and professional partner Tony Dovolani earned 15 out of 30 points from the judges after their performance Monday night, which featured the stars telling personal stories about themselves.
Williams talked about how she got her start as a radio DJ and having to sleep in her car at times. The duo performed the foxtrot to the song "Last Night the DJ Saved My Life."
Watch their performance!
Williams was joined in the bottom three by Chris Jericho and Kendra Wilkinson.