Ox Notes: September 26, 2008

It seems like there’s no end to Dancing with the Stars news. TV Guide and People posted reports from behind-the-scenes at Wednesday night’s Results Show. Mel B interviewed the couples for Access Hollywood.

In an article for TV Guide, the founder of JumpTheShark.com wonders if his website’s patron saint, Ted McGinley, brought some bad mojo to Dancing with the Stars 7. After all, the show lost 5 million viewers over the course of its marathon three-night premiere.

Kim Kardashian is keeping a blog for MSN, where she posted some photos from backstage at DwtS.

EW’s Michael Ausiello reports that FOX’s Do Not Disturb is the first new series to be canceled this season.

Survivor: Gabon premiered last night to an audience of 13 million. Reality Blurred has the scoop on what happened when a group of reporters were allowed to run the first Immunity Challenge.

Survivor host Jeff Probst is blogging about the current season for EW, and his latest post includes a video that’s worth watching for the payoff line at the very end.

Engaged Survivor: China contestants Erik Huffman and Jaime Dugan announced their "low-key love story" in a press release, apparently unaware of the irony.

Rock Star: INXS contestant Marty Casey will hock jewelry and perform a mini-concert at The Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois this Saturday.

The Amazing Race 13 premieres Sunday night on CBS. Host Phil Keoghan chatted with USA Today about the new season, which features locations like (spoiler alert) India and New Zealand, where Phil’s dad, John, will make a cameo appearance.

To get you fired up for the new season, here’s a TAR parody video that MOIB reader Kells alerted me to:

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