Sean Spicer relieved to be eliminated from "Dancing With the Stars"
Fan favorite Sean Spicer was finally eliminated from "Dancing With the Stars" on Nov. 11. "The judges made the right decision on a night where you had two dances," Sean said after he was voted off the hit show. "The scores were going to be very difficult to overcome. There's been a tremendous amount of support that's kept me out of the bottom two the last nine weeks and I've truly been humbled by how many people have taken time out of their Monday nights to keep me going."
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"Jeopardy!" contestant almost makes Alex Trebek cry mid-show
On the Nov. 11 episode of "Jeopardy!," contestant Dhruv Gaur almost brought host Alex Trebek to tears. The contestant didn't know the answer in final jeopardy, so he instead wrote "We [heart] you Alex!" The veteran game show host, who's fighting pancreatic cancer, got choked up, saying, "That's very kind of you, thank you. It cost you $1,995. You're left with $5."
Whoopi Goldberg addresses tensions on "The View"
While on "Late Night With Seth Meyers," Whoopi Goldberg assured fans that the cast of "The View" aren't actually fighting. "Here's the thing, I don't often have much to say," she said. "I've been there for almost 10 years. Everyone has what they need to do, and folks, when it's women they say, 'You know, they're fighting.' You know, if we were fighting, you'd actually know it."
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Rip Taylor's cause of death revealed, memorial service scheduled for late November
Rip Taylor died of congestive heart failure in October at 84. A rep for the late actor and comedian said his ashes will be spread in Hawaii in January 2020.
El Chapo's wife, Emma Coronel Aispuro, will appear on the VH1 show "Cartel Crew"
Less than a year after her husband, drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, was sentenced to life in prison, Emma Coronel Aispuro has signed on for a new gig — to appear on VH1's reality TV show "Cartel Crew." She is allegedly going to open up about life with El Chapo and future business endeavors. Her first episode will air Nov. 18.
Disney+ users upset about a major change to "The Simpsons"
Only a few days into the launch of the new Disney+ streaming service, users are already upset about something. Fans noticed that episodes of "The Simpsons" are airing in cropped widescreen format — meaning viewers miss out on some important comedic visuals. Many unhappy fans took to Twitter to voice their displeasure.
Pat Sajak says the worst is behind him as he recovers from emergency surgery
"Wheel of Fortune" star Pat Sajak is on the mend! The TV icon underwent emergency intestinal surgery at the end of last week and on Nov. 11 gave fans an update, sharing that the worst is behind him. "Happy to say that the worst has passed, and I'll be out of the hospital in a day [or] two, then back to work (unless @TheVannaWhite has completely taken over!)" he joked on Twitter. Vanna has been filling in for him while he recovers.
"Days of our Lives" cast say they aren't going anywhere, despite canceled contracts
On Nov. 12, news broke revealing that every single contract for the cast of "Days of our Lives" was canceled and that the show would go into production hiatus at the end of November. However, star Kristian Alfonso took to Twitter to refute that, saying, "Today is Tuesday, November 12th, and we are still here and we are not going anywhere. You heard it here first, folks. Don't listen to the news, always — especially that report." There is some speculation that the show will get picked up again and the actors will be brought back with cheaper contracts.