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Melissa Rycroft and Kelly Monaco are tied for the best scores of the night as Bristol Palin still becomes the underdog in the latest performance show of 'Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars'.
News of the mansion selling comes out after it was reported that the former judge on 'The X Factor (US)' has agreed to pay $900,000 settlement in a driveway accident settlement.
Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Cee-Lo Green and Blake Shelton are set to perform a rocking medley of the iconic singer's hits during the second night of the talent show's second season.
While Cowell thanks Abdul, Nicole Scherzinger and Steve Jones for being part of the show last year, the former 'Live to Dance' coach wishes the FOX talent show 'to exceed ALL of their wildest dream.'
FOX has confirmed that the former Pussycat Doll won't return to the show's second season, but has not responded to reports of Abdul's exit.
Both were too occupied by their own projects that they had little time to spend together between Los Angeles and New York City.
They responded to a report from a security system company which notices that the alarm to the 'X Factor' judge's house went off.
Paula is heard on the new video advising her fellow judge to 'let it go to a deadlock,' before the former Pussycat Dolls star decided to vote off Rachel Crow on last week's result show.
The comments with violent languages are particularly directed to Nicole Scherzinger and Paula Abdul, who chose to send home Drew Ryniewicz in the top 7 result show.
At the 12th annual Latin Grammy Awards, duo Eduardo Cabra and Rene Perez receive nine trophies out of their record-breaking 10 nominations.
Talking about starting a family with husband Russell Brand, the 'Firework' singer tells Ellen DeGeneres, 'I would love to have children. I think that's one of the reasons you get married.'
Learning that her remaining two groups are in the bottom two on this week's result show, Paula gets emotional and nearly gives up her right to vote.
Paula Abdul criticizes Simon Cowell's fashion choice for his group's member Drew only to find out that the contestant designed her own dress.
Words are, Cheryl also sent a bouquet of flowers to her replacement on 'The X Factor (US)', Nicole Scherzinger, but left out show creator Simon Cowell.
Described as 'a story of dreams mixed with reality,' the new song reportedly serves as an intro for Drizzy's new album 'Take Care'.