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Latest 'Dancing With the Stars' Cast Rumors: Queen Latifah, Snooki, Tiffani Amber Thiessen

by Jean Bentley, posted Aug 12th 2011 4:00PM
Queen Latifah, Snooki, Tiffani Thiessen, Dancing With the StarsDerek Hough announced Friday that he was returning to 'Dancing With the Stars' after taking the spring season off, and now TMZ is reporting that he'll be joined by several famous women.

According to TMZ, Queen Latifah, Tiffani Amber Thiessen and 'Jersey Shore' star Snooki will all compete for the mirrorball trophy on Season 13 of 'Dancing With the Stars.' Although these are only rumors, TMZ has been right before. Besides, Us Weekly reported on the Snooki rumor a few weeks ago.

Elsewhere in the 'DWTS' rumor mill are Christina Milian, Rob Kardashian (both named in the Us Weekly report) and Lindsay Lohan's mom, Dina. Though we're pretty sure the Kardashian one is true, we're a little skeptical of the latter -- especially since producers have apparently decreed that they only want bigger name stars this fall.

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Tiffani Thiessen Had an Anthony Weiner-Style Stalker (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Jun 16th 2011 6:00PM
Tiffani Thiessen on 'The Talk'Tiffani Thiessen revealed Thursday on 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS) that she once received a nude photo from a man, Anthony Weiner–style, but wouldn't say who that person was. She did say he was a famous baseball player, more famous now than he was in the mid-'90s, when the man sent her a full-body nude photo of himself in an attempt to woo her into dating him.

Thiessen said she was talking about the incident for the first time in public, and hadn't even told her husband about it. "He's even more famous now, but he was somewhat famous then," said Thiessen of the man. "[He] sent me a photo, a head shot at first, asking me out. And then I guess because I didn't respond, he followed up with another sort of picture."

Thiessen said it happened while she was still on 'Beverly Hills, 90210' and that the player in question is still playing. That's as far as she would go, but Holly Robinson Peete vowed 'The View' team would crack the case. Hopefully Thiessen didn't keep the photos.

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Tiffani Thiessen Gets Distracted by Matt Bomer's Good Looks on 'White Collar' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Dec 22nd 2010 1:30PM
According to Tiffani Thiessen, she actively fought for her role on 'White Collar.' But now, she has a hard time acting in the series, because co-star Matt Bomer is so good-looking that it proves a distraction, she said on 'The Rachael Ray Show' (weekdays, syndicated).

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'White Collar' Creator Gives Clues To What Will Happen In Season Two

by Bob Sassone, posted Mar 11th 2010 3:00PM
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In the season finale of 'White Collar,' we actually saw several plot developments (and these are massive spoilers so stop reading now if you haven't seen the episode yet).

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'White Collar' - 'Home Invasion' Recap

by Bob Sassone, posted Feb 10th 2010 1:45AM
White Collar
(S01E11) "You turned Fed?" - Alex
"I was force Fed." - Neal


I'm happy to see Diahann Carroll with a larger role in 'White Collar.' I don't know if it's going to be a regular thing (probably not), but there were many episodes where we either didn't see her at all or in just a quick cameo, so having her actually be part of the case (such as last week with Neal helping her in the case involving a relative) is welcome.

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Review: 'White Collar' - 'Vital Signs'

by Bob Sassone, posted Feb 3rd 2010 2:15AM
White Collar
(S01E10) "Please tell me there's surveillance video of this!" - Elizabeth, to Peter, about his flirting

After watching the head-scratching two-hour season premiere of 'Lost,' it's a relief to watch a show like 'White Collar.' Not that this show is two-dimensional, it's just that it's like a palate cleanser to watch a show that doesn't involve time travel, smoke monsters, alternate realities, and healing water pools.

Sure, this episode had organ harvesting and fake kidney removal scams, but it was easy to follow.

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Review: White Collar - Bad Judgment

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 27th 2010 12:25AM
White Collar
(S01E09) While watching Human Target (on a special night tonight) right before this episode of White Collar, I got to thinking how many old-fashioned, fun action shows there are on TV right now. This show, Burn Notice, Human Target. They're throwbacks to the 60s or 70s or 80s, the lone hero (or the hero with a partner) helping either an innocent civilian or the government take down the bad guys, using cleverness, gadgets, disguises and fighting skills.

That's not to say they're just fluffy, throwaway entertainments ... well, maybe to a certain extent they are. But Burn Notice and White Collar have a lot more going on than that, while at the same time not resorting to brooding, troubled heroes like a lot of characters on many other modern shows.

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Review: White Collar - Hard Sell

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 20th 2010 1:25AM
White Collar
(S01E08) "Hold on. I've never seen someone die before." - bad guy, watching Neal and Peter slowly suffocate.

So the question that all White Collar fans have about this episode is whether or not they answer the big cliffhanger question from the fall finale. And that question, of course, is this: will Neal Caffrey wear a stylish hat this episode?

OK, so that's not the big question that fans want asked. They want to know what it meant when Peter was in the hotel room with Kate, wearing the ring, looking all bad guy-ish. Did the show explain that in this episode? Read on...

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White Collar shocker causing all sorts of controversy (even on Twitter)

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 7th 2009 2:02PM
White Collar
The twist at the end of the fall finale of White Collar last week has fans divided. Some think it came out of nowhere, some (like me) think it was shocking but will go with it (because I think it's misleading and Peter is actually still a good guy), and there are some that think it makes perfect sense because they saw it coming (yeah, right).

People on Twitter are talking about it too, including the show's creator.

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Review: White Collar - Free Fall

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 5th 2009 11:46AM
White Collar
(S01E07) "You can check my University of Phoenix online degree. Go Cardinals." - lawyer Moz

The previews for this fall finale promised there would be an ending that we'd never see coming. That's usually a huge help in actually figuring out what the "surprise" ending is to a TV show. If we don't expect it, we know what to not expect and we can often figure out what happens. I didn't see this ending coming at all. I mean, I knew that the guy we thought was the bad guy wasn't really part of the solution. That was just a red herring. But I didn't expect who was at the door and who was in the chair in the final scene.

Thank God this show is coming back next month and not in March like so many other shows seem to be doing.

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Review: White Collar - All In

by Bob Sassone, posted Nov 28th 2009 1:36AM
White Collar
(S01E06) "You're weird." - Little girl, to Peter

What, no Thanksgiving episode? They could have had a plot where Caffrey has to find a diamond that was hidden in the carcass of a frozen Butterball turkey in the local supermarket. Or maybe some secret microfilm hidden inside a giant bowl of yams covered in marshmallows. They did mention that Christmas was coming up, so they seem to be in the right time of year. They should have had some of the characters watching A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving or the Macy's Parade or something.

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Review: White Collar - The Portrait

by Bob Sassone, posted Nov 21st 2009 12:55AM
White Collar
(S01E05) I don't think I've sighed as hard as I sighed during the opening scene of this episode of White Collar in a long time. Caffrey and Moz find a note hidden by Kate ... in Grand Central Station? And not even in the station, but in the corner of the building outside. Did I miss some massive clue that Caffrey was following to find the exact location of the note shoved into a crack? Or are we just supposed to assume he's so smart and perceptive that he can find an old note within three minutes of showing up in front of the building? If I missed something, it was silly. If that's exactly how it went down, then it was kinda stupid.

Fun episode, though!

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Review: White Collar - Book of Hours

by Bob Sassone, posted Nov 7th 2009 11:57AM
White Collar
(S01E03) "I like my miracles with more smiting and lightning." - Burke

Would the FBI really help a bad guy get a church Bible back? Sure, it turned out to be a very important Bible, but the way that Barelli just comes into the FBI and asks for their help in getting the book back and the chief takes him seriously from the get-go didn't ring true to me. Sure, Burke told him to just go to the local police, but then the chief pulls him aside and says that he doesn't need the Archdiocese breathing down his neck about it. That just seemed like a way for the writers to justify the plot in the first place.

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Review: White Collar - Threads

by Bob Sassone, posted Oct 31st 2009 2:05AM
White Collar
(S01E02) "Please don't try anything. I have five bars and free long distance. I can be far away and still cause you pain." - bad guy with phone bomb

First the bad news.

I can buy the FBI spending $5000 on a party featuring 65 supermodels and a rooftop terrace to catch a crook. I can buy a rich woman giving a complete stranger an apartment for $700 a month even though he's an ex-con. I can buy a fancy dress with some security device inside of it that a master criminal would kill for. There's a lot of stuff I'll buy in a show like this.

What I can't buy is that hat Matthew Bomer insists on wearing. He wants to be Rat Pack-era cool but with the hat and the vest and rolled up sleeves, he looks more like he's doing a fashion shoot for Details or maybe fronting a boy band.

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Review: White Collar - Pilot (series premiere)

by Bob Sassone, posted Oct 24th 2009 1:29PM
White Collar
(S01E01) USA Network likes to remind us that characters are welcome. Thankfully, that's not just a slogan, as all of their shows actually do have great lead characters. And this holds true for the latest light comedy-action drama White Collar.

Sure, there's similar DNA that runs though a lot of the USA shows. Burn Notice, Royal Pains, and White Collar all have a similar setup and feel to them, but when the shows are actually good (like all of these shows are) that's not a problem. I don't know if there's anything "deep" about this show, but it's entertaining as hell.

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