Greg Lauren , Elizabeth Berkley - 2015 Baby2Baby Gala presented by MarulaOil & Kayne Capital Advisors Foundation honoring Kerry Washington at 3Labs at 3Labs - Culver City, California, United States - Saturday 14th November 2015
Elizabeth Berkley - 2015 Baby2Baby Gala presented by MarulaOil & Kayne Capital Advisors Foundation honoring Kerry Washington at 3Labs at 3Labs - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 14th November 2015
Zack, Slater, Jessie, Kelly and Principal Richard Belding return as Jimmy Fallon reminisces.
Could Jimmy Fallon possibly get any cooler? Following the comedy highlights from his 'The Tonight Show' special for the Super Bowl XLIX, the comedian has reunited cast members from beloved 90s show 'Saved By The Bell' in his latest skit.
Jimmy Fallon goes back to high school
Fallon gets a decent amount of appreciation for his crazy outfit combination and startlingly long hair as he reminisces about his high school days, and goes into a scene set-up of Bayside High. However, a particularly prolonged applause went to Mark-Paul Gosselaar (Zack Morris) as he made an appearance complete with wavy blonde hair and looking almost indistinguishable from his younger self some 25 years ago, proceeding to reel off the lyrics from the famous theme tune.
Want to see teenagers fight it out? Watch "The Unauthorized Saved By The Bell Story".
If you’re into watching teenagers argue, then the new trailer for Lifetime’s unauthorized Saved By The Bell movie might have something for you. Other than that, even diehard SbtB fans might find this a little boring and uneventful, but here’s a recap anyway.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar - some of the stars found success after the end of Saved by the Bell.
The clip – it’s not really a trailer – shows the six Saved by the Bell kids – Mario Lopez, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Tiffany-Amber Thiessen, Elizabeth Berkeley, Dustin Diamonds and Lark Voorhies – breaking going from passive aggression to a full-blown fight within the space of a few minutes during a photoshoot. All are portrayed by scripted actors, of course and all have equally cringe-worthy lines, but that’s just what you’d expect from a Lifetime movie. Check out the trailer over on The Wrap.
Continue reading: "Unauthorised Saved By The Bell Story" Features Plenty Of Teenage Drama
'The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story' will premiere on Lifetime over the Labour Day weekend. The film is set explore the truth behind the seemingly squeaky clean image the show and its cast conveyed.
If you ever wondered what it was like filming Saved by the Bell, you'll have the opportunity to find out in an upcoming Lifetime movie.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar played Zack in Saved by the Bell.
The upcoming movie is entitled, according to Buzzfeed, The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story. The film will air on Lifetime over the Labour Day weekend in September.
Continue reading: 'The Unauthorized Saved By The Bell Story' Labour Day Premiere Date Set
In 8 week of 'Dancing With the Stars', who was eliminated?
Cher was, by far, the biggest star on Dancing With the Stars last night (4th November). The singer was a guest judge on the show and performed, with a miraculous change of costume three times.
Cher guest judged on DWTS.
The seven remaining couples were feeling the pressure this week since last week's elimination when Snooki went home. The Jersey Shore star and her professional partner were not the lowest scoring couple and even performed their samba admirably, yet it wasn't enough to save them!
Continue reading: 'Dancing With The Stars' Week 8 Round-Up - Who Was Eliminated?
'Dancing With the Stars' is at its mid-point, with five celebrities eliminated, who left this week?
It's half-way through the season of Dancing With the Stars: the dances are becoming more complex, the stars are stressed and the competition is fiercer. With eight competitors left at the beginning of last night's (Monday, 21 October) episode and a cruel clause added to panic even the coolest of celebrities, who was eliminated this week?
Elizabeth Berkley with her dance partner Val Chermerkovskiy.
The judges, Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli, decided a "Switch Up" improvisation dance should be added in order for the competitors to gain extra points. The music at any point in a couple's performance could be switched up so the dancers were forced to think on their feet - quite literally.
Following last night's edition of the show, we're still no closer to determining who will win the contest
Dancing With The Stars entered week five when it aired on Monday, 14 October, and almost immediately host Tom Bergeron put the pressure on at least half of the contestants as he revealed that "one of our female stars will be eliminated tonight" due to last weeks voting. The pressure was on the ladies to deliver, as the latest instalment saw the remaining celebs remember the 'The Most Memorable Year of Their Life,' and perform a dance routine that explains it best.
With Len Goodman back from London and in his judge's seat after a weeks absence, he, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli cast their critical eye over the remaining contestants danced to the sounds of 1982, all the way to the present day. And before we move on to the dances, now would be a good time to say that one of next season's contestants may have already revealed themselves. Paris Hilton was in the stands cheering on pal Christina Milian, and when asked whether she could give the show a go she said, I can dance, but I can't dance like her! I could try it out one time, maybe."
First up to bat was Corbin Bleu, whose years of choice was 2011. It was chosen as his 'most memorable year'because it was the year his younger sister, Phoenix, was diagnosed with severe scoliosis. The now-12-year-old still has to wear a back brace because of the condition and Bleu dedicated his foxtrot to the girl who is "such an inspiration" to himself. And what a start to get the show under way, as Bruno declared, "You could be the lost child of Fred Astaire and Ben Vereen," before showing him a 10. Len and Carrie gave out 9's each. A Great start to get the ball rolling.
Continue reading: Shock Elimination On 'Dancing With The Stars' Leaves The Race Wide Open
'Dancing With the Stars' lost another of its favourite competitors last night (7th October). Beware spoilers included in this article!
Dancing With the Stars has lost another fan favourite this week. After the elimination of Bill Nye last week, the fans have been suffering when they lost the brave Valerie Harper and her partner Tristian MacManus. The actress, who is battling cancer, said the show was "absolutely wonderful, completely unique, like nothing else in the world that you would ever do."
Valerie Harper was eliminated this week.
MacManus felt the same way about his experience on the show, especially having had the privilege of working with Valerie. Speaking to the hosts Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke-Charvet, after the bad news was broken, MacManus said, "sometimes you get very lucky to do well out of your partner and sometimes you get very lucky in your life to meet someone who can affect them more than this could at all. So I feel I've been very lucky to get that, and I feel like maybe [my] life's a little bit better since I met Valerie Harper."
Continue reading: Emotional Goodbyes As DWTS Loses Another Favourite
Season 17 of 'Dancing with the Stars' premièred last night and featured impressive performances from such celebrities as Corbin Bleu, Amber Riley and Jack Osborne. Sadly, Keyshawn Johnson and Bill Nye were less successful.
Dancing with the Stars premiered last night (Monday 16 September) and featured such celebrities as Corbin Bleu, Amber Riley, Elizabeth Berkley, Leah Remini and Jack Osborne. Judged by former professionals and celebrities, the show features inexperienced famous faces paired with professional partners. The judges for season 17 of the dancing competition are Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba.
Amber Riley dazzled the judges with partner Derek Hough.
If you missed the season 17 premiere of Dancing with the Stars, here are a few highlights:
Leah Remini will be competing on 'Dancing With the Stars' alongside 'Jersey Shore' star Snooki. The former 'King of Queens' actress has made headlines since she announced she had left the Church of Scientology.
Leah Remini is set to join Dancing With the Stars. The former King of Queens actress will be appearing on the upcoming season of the celebrity dance competition. The news comes merely weeks after Remini's dealings with the Church of Scientology.
Leah Remini will compete on the upcoming season of Dancing With the Stars.
Remini, it has been confirmed by THR, is going to appear on the 17th season of the show, due to air on September 16th. She will be appearing alongside Jersey Shore star Snooki. Other competitors are rumoured, according to TMZ, to be Glee's Amber Riley; Hip Hop singer Christina Milian; and Saved By the Bell actress Elizabeth Berkley. The remainder of the competitors will be announced - unless unveiled by media outlets- on September 4th on Good Morning America.
Continue reading: Leah Remini Leaves Scientology Behind, Joins 'Dancing With The Stars'