Kristin Chenoweth Gets a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Kristin Chenoweth has become the 2,555th celebrity to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, being honored in the category of Live Theater/Performance. Her star is located just outside the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood.

The 47-year-old Tony and Emmy-winning actress was joined at the event by the legendary Carol Burnett and her Descendants on-screen daughter Dove Cameron. Also in attendance was director Kenny Ortega. Continue reading

Celebrity Friends & Fans Mourn James Gandolfini On Twitter

Hollywood is reeling with the recent news of the sudden death of James Gandolfini. Celebrity friends and fans of the late Soprano’s star have taken to twitter to share their condolences. Continue reading

An Injured Kristin Chenoweth And Kathy Griffin Play Around On Twitter [PHOTOS]

Kristin Chenoweth got injured on the set of The Good Wife last month and is at home recuperating.

Her good friend Kathy Griffin Tweeted Tuesday “W my injured pal @KChenoweth trying to nurse her back to health the way Maggie would.” The two then posted identical photos of their day together, showing their playful sides.

Kathy put it best, “Is it insensitive of me 2 ask a genuinely injured pal (complete w black eye) 2 do wacky poses?”

Wearing a neck brace, Kristin Tweeted back: “@kathygriffin stealin my TONY award biatch.” Kathy responded,  “Is @KChenoweth so delirious because of her injuries, that she won’t give me her Tony award? Why y’all, why?”

“She beat me up @KathyGriffin” Continue reading

Kristin Chenoweth Injured On Set Of The Good Wife, Taken To Hospital

Kristin Chenoweth injured on set of "Good Wife"

Kristin Chenoweth was injured on the set of the hit show “The Good Wife” today. Per the actress’ publicist, Jill Fritzo, Chenoweth was hit in the head by scaffolding and taken to the hospital by ambulance.

Per the NY Fire Department, A 911 call was placed around 5:00 PM and Chenoweth was treated for minor injuries after being taken to the hospital by ambulance. Continue reading

Dancing With The Stars 10/24 Live Scores, Telephone Numbers & Performances

Week six known as Broadway Week of Dancing with the Stars aired October 24, 2011. Here is a real-time live recap of tonight’s episode including judges’ comments (coming later), scores, performance videos and telephone numbers:


Telephone: 1-800-VOTE4-02 or 1-800-868-3402

Dance: Cha Cha Cha
Song: Walk Like A Man
Scores: 22
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Telephone: 1-800-VOTE4-05 or 1-800-868-3405
Dance: Foxtrot
Song: Always Look On The Bright Side of Life
Scores: 24
Watch the performance video below:

Telephone: 1-800-VOTE4-06 or 1-800-868-3406
Dance: Quickstep
Song: We Go Together
Scores: 23
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Telephone: 1-800-VOTE4-11 or 1-800-868-3411
Dance: Quickstep
Song: Luck Be A Lady
Scores: 29
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Telephone:           1-800-VOTE4-12       or             1-800-868-3412      
Dance: Tango
Song: The Phantom Of The Opera
Scores: 19
Watch the performance below:

Telephone:  1-800-VOTE4-08 or 1-800-868-3408
Dance: Rumba
Song: Seasons of Love

Scores: 20
JUDGES COMMENTS: Carri Ann Inaba said she sees all of the efforts Hope puts into her movements and said she saw her relaxing and trusting her natural sexiness for the first time, coming out in glimpses of a beautiful vulnerable girl. But she said Hope sometimes forces the moves so much that it distorts them.
Len Goodman said he was at a loss because he never lost faith in her because he believes she still has a lot of potential. He told her this was her worst dance of the whole season. He said he was really disappointed. When Max tried to get the crowd to boo Len, Len said, “Max, don’t start all that because half the fault is yours.” Maks said, “As long as the audience liked our journey, we’re good.”  Len shot back, “Let me tell you Maks, the audience like the effect, I’ve been in this business for nearly fifty years, my criteria to judge is different.” Maks quipped, “Maybe it’s time to get out!” Carri Ann scolded Maks,  “WOAH! Don’t be disrespectful like that!” Maks said, “Don’t be disrespectful like that to everybody because everybody is putting in a lot of effort, dying and killing themseleves always to hear your guys’ a little judgmental comments, you know what I mean? I am not being disrespectful, I am just protecting my partner!”
Bruno Tolioni: First, Hope, look at me, performance, difficult song and you portrayed the emotion. It worked sometimes but the Rumba never stops moving…It never gelled quite as well as it could have.

After the judges’ scores were revealed, Maks continued, “With all due respect, this is my show. I helped make it what it is. I love every aspect of it. I love every professional that has ever been here and every celebrity that puts effort every week. Having said that, I am a little tired that we’re being judged some on efforts and some being picked on our heel leads.”

Watch the performance below:

Telephone:  1-800-VOTE4-10 or 1-800-868-3410
Dance: Quickstep
Song: Hot Honey Rag
Scores: 29
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Musical guest, Kristin Chenoweth performed a medley of “Maybe This Time” from Cabaret and “I Could Have Danced All Night” from My Fair Lady. The Broadway cast of “Sister Act” performed a medley of “Raise Your Voice” and “Sunday Morning Fever”.

PHOTOS: Kristin Chenoweth In Concert & CD Signing

SPOTTED: Kristin Chenoweth at The Grove in Los Angeles, September 21, 2011 for an interview with Renee Bargh of Extra.

Chenoweth also performed a couple of songs and took part in a CD signing for her newly-released country album, Some Lessons LearnedChenoweth did not intend on recording a country album until songwriter Diane Warren told her she should. “She heard me do a track of Carrie Underwood’s for Glee called Last Name, and she said, ‘You’re a country artist.’ I said, ‘I do feel that, but I’m afraid I won’t be accepted.’ She said, ‘This is part of who you are. Go for it.'” And so, Chenoweth did!