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Jay Leno Has Old Footage of Donny and Marie Osmond Singing as Kids (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted May 3rd 2011 3:38AM
Donny and Marie Osmond, 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno'How many of you take out your old family videos and actually sit down and watch them? Now imagine you have hundreds of hours because so much of your life was in performing. That could be why Donny and Marie Osmond seemed so surprised and delighted to see old footage of them on 'The Tonight Show' (Weeknights, 11:35PM ET on NBC).

Jay Leno hadn't told them he was going to show it. Instead, he just asked how old they were when they started performing. That segued nicely into the clips, one featuring Marie Osmond singing along as little more than a toddler.

The second featured some early hip action from Donnie as he sang 'You Are My Sunshine.' After the clip, Donnie showed us he's still got it ... whatever that was.

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Donny Osmond Bounces Off the Walls on 'GMA' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Dec 8th 2010 1:05PM
Donny and Marie Osmond on 'Good Morning America'Donny Osmond must have an internal source of energy that most humans do not possess. He and his sister Marie visited 'Good Morning America' (Weekdays, 7AM on ABC) today to promote 'Donny and Marie: A Broadway Christmas,' and Donny's effusive, seemingly boundless spirit could not be contained.

Corny one-liners flowed freely. "We give them soup to nuts," he said of the Christmas show's content. "She's soup and I'm nuts! I got a million one-liners today, baby!"

"He doesn't take anything, either," offered Marie. Danny noted that he doesn't even drink caffeine, before shouting and pumping his fists with exuberance. Host Robin Roberts then showed a photo of Justin Bieber side-by-side with a shot of Donny in his teen idol prime, at which point Osmond jokingly accused Bieber of stealing his hair style.

Still pumped up at the end of the segment, Donny couldn't simply drop a coat in the bin for a charity coat drive, he tossed it in from three-point range. If you want to see the Broadway show, you might want to do so soon, before Mr. Osmond explodes.

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Our 'Dancing With the Stars' All-Stars Wish List

by David Hofstede, posted Dec 3rd 2009 8:32PM
Mario Lopez'Dancing With the Stars' returns to ABC next spring for season 10 -- a nice round number, which gives the show the ideal opportunity to launch an all-star tournament of champions. If they decide to do so, here are the hip-shaking, samba-rolling celebrities we'd most like to see return to the ballroom.

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Review: Dancing with the Stars - Performance 10 Results (season finale)

by Michael Pascua, posted Nov 25th 2009 2:00AM
The final three are excited that they finished the group megamix.
(S09E21) Dancing with the Stars is down to three finalists, two hours, and one winner. We re-welcome the thirteen eliminated celebrities. Donny & Kym, Mya & Dmitry, and Kelly & Louis emerge from the other side of the stage and run past the eliminated contestants. Louis got a lot of butt slaps; he giggles and continues walking.

We get a recap of last night, ad in the middle of the recap we have the back of Miss Piggy's head. Was that the spaghetti cat of DWTS? The recap played again right after a commercial break.

The best part of the night wasn't the results, it was Miss Piggy laying the smackdown on Samantha Harris.

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Who Won 'Dancing With the Stars' 2009?

by AOL TV Staff, posted Nov 24th 2009 11:57PM

It was a tight race among tough competitors, but in the end, entertainment veteran Donny Osmond won 'Dancing With the Stars' season 9 -- beating out perfectionist R&B singer Mya, who came in second, and fan-favorite reality star Kelly Osbourne, who finished third.

Osmond and partner Kym Johnson triumphed with their reprise of the Argentine tango from week 5, in a finale that included Whitney Houston singing 'I Wanna Dance With Somebody.' Read all about Donny Osmond's win and the 'Dancing With the Stars' finale.

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'Dancing with the Stars' Finals: The Performances (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Nov 24th 2009 11:33AM
The remaining three 'Dancing with the Stars' contestants turned in their final performances on last night's episode, dancing their way through a three-round marathon competition, with each performing either a ballroom or Latin solo, a freestyle dance, and a mashup featuring samba, jive and the Viennese waltz.

Mya and partner Dmitry Chaplin emerged as leaders with a total score of 87, followed closely by Donny Osmond and Kym Johnson with 85 points. Kelly Osbourne and Louis van Amstel trailed in third place with a total of 76.

Watch clips and the full episode after the jump.

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Recap: Dancing with the Stars - Performance 10

by Michael Pascua, posted Nov 24th 2009 1:52AM
Mya hopes her Paso Doble can win her over.(S09E20) It's the finals of Dancing with the Stars and the trophy was placed in front of the judge's table. Tom announces that three couples have three new dances; technically Mya was part of Team Paso Doble in week seven.

The second round was the megamix, and I would rather have them return to the group dance-off format. The three couples dancing at the same time was too much to handle. I missed individuality.

I was very disappointed with the Freestyle round. There's free reign and it didn't seem like anyone even took it. I was expecting Kelly to rock out and Mya to pull off a tasteful hip-hop piece. Alas, I got neither.

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Review: Dancing with the Stars - Performance 9 Results

by Michael Pascua, posted Nov 18th 2009 1:29AM
The final four of Dancing with the Stars
(S09E19) It's been nine weeks on Dancing with the Stars and I didn't expect to see Joanna, Kelly, or Donny around this long. Unfortunately, one of them was eliminated.

For no reason, Melissa Rycroft showed up on this results show and slipped in the professional's performance. This was probably because her fans caused an uproar since she wasn't a candidate for the Design A Dance competition. Instead of "Sabrina was robbed" we got "Melissa was robbed," and ABC listened.

It was a busy show, but the elimination was not a shocker to me. By this point, fan support outweighs the judges scores.

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Recap: Dancing with the Stars - Performance #9

by Michael Pascua, posted Nov 17th 2009 1:12AM
Joanna and Derek dance(S9E18) For the first time in Dancing with the Stars history, the semifinalists have to dance three dances. Fortunately, their third dance was the dance-off they've been practicing for weeks. For the Latin dances, each of the contestants have to do a solo.

With next week being the finals, all the contestants are stressed and more emotional than normal. There were a lot of tears being held tonight.

As the contestants walked down, I couldn't help but gawk at how beautiful Kym Johnson looked in her tango costume. Unfortunately for her, it will probably lead to her and Donny's downfall.

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Top 50 Teen Idols (20-11)

by Kim Potts, posted Nov 10th 2009 6:00AM

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Recap: Dancing with the Stars - Performance 8

by Michael Pascua, posted Nov 10th 2009 2:30AM
Joanna & Derek's paso doble.(S09E16) Dancing with the Stars is only two weeks away from the finals. With only five contestants left, each have to perform two dances to ensure that we fit the two hour block.

The two dances consist of one ballroom and one Latin routine. The biggest flaw with having two dances was that everyone spent all their time making sure that the Latin dance was amazing, and their ballroom dances felt lazy.

I'm shocked to see the seven paddle still around with only five contestants left. This season's quality level was nowhere near Shawn Johnson, Gilles Marini, and Melissa Rycroft last season.

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Everybody loves George Lopez

by Bob Sassone, posted Nov 5th 2009 2:52PM
Lopez Tonight, George Lopez's new late night show on TBS, premieres this Monday at 11 p.m. His first guests will be Eva Longoria Parker, Ellen DeGenres, and Kobe Bryant. A bunch of other celebs are part of the video below, wishing Lopez luck on his late night talk show adventure.

Each celebrity was paid $10 for their shout-outs to Lopez. Just kidding!

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Is Dancing with the Stars always this crazy?

by Bob Sassone, posted Oct 6th 2009 2:29PM
Has SNL done a Dancing with the Stars spoof yet? Is it always as crazy as last night's episode? I'm showing the clip below (click here if you want to skip all that dancing) because it not only has Donny Osmond about to make out with judge Bruno but it also has one of the great TV quotes of the year (concerning Utah), someone mentioning Donny should have used more tongue, the phrases "airy fairy" and "turn to the dark side," and random clapping from stars from Modern Family (I know, I'm sure many ABC stars show up for some cross-promotion).

Good thing that Paula Abdul was there to bring an air of normalcy and logic to the whole evening.

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America, here's your new Dancing with the Stars cast

by Bob Sassone, posted Aug 17th 2009 11:44AM
DWTSABC announced the new Dancing with the Stars cast today. If you've been living under a rock the past few years, the announcement of the new DWTS cast is now given all of the gravitas as the naming of a new Pope.

Here we go:

Aaron Carter
Ashley Hamilton
Chuck Liddell

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Loose lips? Swiveling hips? Donny's Dancing with the Stars

by Allison Waldman, posted Jan 27th 2009 10:33AM
donnyThere seems to be an epidemic of blabbermouthing going around these days. First, Vice President Joe Biden's wife Jill lets it slip on Oprah that Joe had his choice of VP or Secretary of State (snap Hillary!), then Steve Martin reveals that he and Tina Fey will be presenting together at the Oscars (so much for secret presenters), now Donny's let the cat out of the bag.

While taping The Bonnie Hunt Show, Donny Osmond announced that he's doing Dancing With the Stars, the new edition that commences in March.

Oops! See, it wasn't Donny's job to make the announcement. He was supposed to let ABC decide the right time to reveal the lineup of celebrity dancers, although whether they can dance before the show begins is debatable.

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