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The premiere of any Dancing With The Stars season is my favorite. Watching which stars come out as the early frontrunners and surprise me with their dancing talent brings out my inner nerd. It’s not uncommon to see me break into a smile or clap after witnessing an endearing performance. The Season 19 kick-off was no different.

Though the cast has been criticized for not being exciting or bringing in the star wattage, I quite enjoyed the show. Not surprisingly, Alfonso Ribeiro topped the leaderboard, scoring 9s across the board. After all, he did dance with Michael Jackson as a kid and gave us ‘The Carlton’ on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. It was great his Silver Spoons co-star, Ricky Schroeder, showed his support in the audience.

The one who surprised me the most was Randy Couture. Who knew the wrestler could be so graceful? He’s my dark horse pick. Even though they have no shot in hell to win the mirrorball, both Tommy Chong and Betsey Johnson made me smile. They’re both so adorable and gave better-than-expected performances given their age. Well done. Hopefully, Johnson survives this week despite having the lowest score of the night.

Along with the aforementioned, I’m also rooting for Jonathan Bennett, Lea Thompson and Janel Parrish to do well.

Personally, I hope LoLo Jones gets the axe. She had resting bitch face the entire night after messing up her dance. In all seriousness, she was a flat out BITCH which is a shame because I like her pro, new-to-the-show Keo Motsepe. Check out her misstep below, along with all the other performances.

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She’s not the only one who thought Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s marriage wouldn’t last a couple months, but Wendy Williams is willing to admit she was wrong. “I’m a woman of my word,” she declares.

The daytime talk show host bet Kimye’s marriage wouldn’t last 72 days. On the sixth season premiere of her chatfest, Williams honored her lost bet by eating crow. Literally. Anything for ratings, right? To be fair, everyone is talking about this and not the much-hyped new panel over at The View. I guess it worked.

Wendy invited some chef to make the bird a bit more edible. He whipped up crow gumbo, which in all honestly, looked pretty delicious. Kinda not fair. Even though she grimaces taking the first bite, Williams admits it’s not that bad. Watch all the action below.

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Who knew Allison Janney was such a bad ass bitch? The 54-year-old has often been recognized for her superb acting skills but clearly there is more to this woman than meets the eye. The Masters of Sex actress proved she’s also a masterful obstacle runner as well.

Janney along with Mom co-star Anna Faris attempted a version of the American Ninja Warrior course on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The NBC show’s hosts, Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila, were also on hand to add some authenticity.

I’m pretty sure the apparatuses weren’t regulation but Allison’s accomplishment wasn’t any less impressive. The 54-year-old schooled her much younger co-star big time. Watch Janney channel her inner Kacy Catanzaro below.

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Earlier this week, FX debuted a teaser trailer featuring Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett and crew as the characters they’re playing on American Horror Story: Freak Show. In a whackload of pictures given to Entertainment Weekly, the network gives a closer look at Lange’s crew of carnival performers for Season 4.

One of the most interesting is Pepper. Loyal viewers of AHS will recognize the character played by Naomi Grossman during the second season of AHS, Asylum. It’s the first time in the show’s history that Ryan Murphy is bringing back a character from a previous installment. Here’s his explanation on how Pepper fits in with this year’s story.

“What Elsa (Jessica Lange) has done for 20 years is she goes around to hospitals and jails and rescues these ‘freak’ circus performers who are going to be shipped away to asylums and she signs the waivers and she becomes their guardians,” he reveals. Since the next season takes place in 1952, or 12 years before the events of “Asylum”, “Freak Show” is “sort of like what happened to Pepper before she went to the asylum.”

Check out Pepper hanging out with the real-life world’s smallest living woman, Jyoti Amge, below, along with a slew of other promo and still images. American Horror Story: Freak Show premieres October 8, 2014 on FX.

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Original DuckTales Intro Recreated With Real Ducks

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“Life is like a hurricane here in Duckburg.” Who can’t help but feel nostalgic when one hears those opening lyrics. The DuckTales show intro is one of the most memorable during the 80s. YouTube user Oh My Disney thinks so as well. They’ve recreated the classic show intro but using real ducks.

Check out the real-life versions of Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Dewey and Louie below recreate memorable scenes from the cartoon. If you’re a fan of the original series, this is a must watch.

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HBO Rejects Ryan Murphy’s Lesbian Drama

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Believe it or not, someone said ‘no’ to Ryan Murphy. Even more shocking, it’s HBO. Definitely surprising given their recent successful and critically-acclaimed collaboration with The Normal Heart. The network revealed it opted out of Murphy’s sexually-charged drama, Open.

“After such a triumphant collaboration with The Normal Heart, everyone felt that Open was not the right next step for all involved,” HBO programming president Michael Lombardo said in a statement. “However, we fully expect to work together again in the near future.”

According to the Hollywood Reporter’s sources, HBO wanted to tweak the drama, but Murphy didn’t want to change the pilot. Open was described as “a multicharacter exploration of the complex, ever evolving landscape of sexuality, monogamy and intimacy in relationships.”

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Cecily Strong Replaced As SNL Weekend Update Anchor

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After two years co-anchoring Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update, Cecily Strong has been ousted. She will, however, remain as a regular cast member.

The 30-year-old joined Seth Meyers at the famed desk during the 38th Season and sat alongside Colin Jost last season. It appears, the big boss wasn’t happy with their chemistry or lack thereof. In a rather surprising move, Strong is the one being replaced and not newbie Jost.

“It struggled to find an identity last season… because what had come before had been pretty brilliant,” Lorne added. “This is about a new era, what feels appropriate for now. That’s why we did a lot of combinations and tests, and this is kind of where we came out.”

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Married With Children Spinoff In The Works

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Married … With Children was one of the first original series on FOX. The series catapulted its stars Ed O’Neill, Katey Sagal, Christina Applegate and David Faustino to stardom. Nearly 20 years after the sitcom ended, there’s plans to develop a spinoff.

E! reports that Sony Pictures, the studio behind the original series, is taking out a pitch for a follow-up based on Bud Bundy’s character. No word if the original stars are attached to the project, but here’s hoping they make future cameos should the comedy be picked up.

Married With Children is just the latest classic hit getting new life. Warner Bros is shopping around a Full House revival, not to mention Disney Channels’ successful reboot of Boy Meets World with its sequel, Girl Meets World.

The news comes on the heels of Sagal receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame earlier this week. Her former Children castmates showed up to support her. Check out their reunion below, after reading O’Neill’s words about his former on-screen wife.

“I’m gonna say something that’s never done much in Hollywood, I’m going to say something nice about my ex-wife,” O’Neill said on the Walk of Fame podium. “I met Katey in 1986. We were both trying out for the parts of Al and Peg Bundy on ‘Married With Children.’ … We grew together as a cast and good friends and we see the whole family is here today. I was there when Katey won the Golden Globe for ‘Sons of Anarchy.’ I was proud of her before. I was proud of her then and I’m proud of her today.”

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