"Dancing with the Stars" is adding a new twist to the competition Monday night. For the first time, the ABC show is holding a "Face-Off" night. Two couples will face off by dancing the same style to different songs. The couple who receives the higher score from the judges will be safe from
ABC's interactive singing competition, "Rising Star," continued Sunday night with seven contestants advancing to the quarterfinals after the East Coast vote and one additional act being sent through after the West Coast broadcast. Five other acts were sent home. Shameia Crawford, Joshua Peavy,
Band sings "Come to Me," a track off of their 10th album, "Magnetic" on "GMA."
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Band that has sold millions of albums worldwide returns with their 10th album, "Magnetic."
The founder of charity group USA Harvest, which has ties to celebrities Scarlett Johansson, Hillary Duff, the Goo Goo Dolls and Green Day has been charged by the Justice Department with stealing more than $553,000 from the organization. Hugh “Stan” Curtis, the founder of USA Harvest, has...
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The band talks about its successful and lengthy career in the music industry.
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