Vera Wang confirmed to People that she’s been approached to compete on Dancing with the Stars 9 and is considering the offer.
DwtS pros Karina Smirnoff and Maksim Chmerkovskiy will join the stage show Burn the Floor for a three-week run on Broadway, starting in late July.
Former DwtS contestant Melissa Rycroft landed a gig as a summer correspondent on Good Morning America.
Wednesday is my favorite night of TV during the summer. Last night I watched Wipeout, the premiere of I Survived a Japanese Game Show, an episode of Globe Trekker on PBS (whoops, forgot about Chess on the other local PBS station), and the latest episode of Top Chef Masters.
Zap2It posted a recap of last night’s episode of So You Think You Can Dance.
The CW announced its fall schedule. Gossip Girl and One Tree Hill will swap timeslots on Monday nights, and Smallville moves to Fridays.
The Emmys have moved back to their original September 20 air date after realizing that MTV had already scheduled its Video Music Awards for September 13.
The Travel Channel is set to premiere the lengthily-titled reality competition The Streets of America: The Search for America’s Worst Driver in early 2010. By rewarding bad drivers with fame and presumably money, isn’t Travel Channel actually promoting bad driving?