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Brooke Burke-Charvet Won’t Return as ‘DWTS’ Co-Host

Brooke Burke-CharvetTalk about a surprise elimination!

Dancing with the Stars co-host Brooke Burke-Charvet announced late last night that she won't be returning as a co-host for the dancing competition's 18th season.

Despite having served as the reality show's co-host for eight seasons, Brooke broke the surprising news on her Twitter: "Weird day ... Shocking pre-season elimination #DWTS …ME. Tom Bergeron didn't even read my name... I won't be returning to the show this season."

A confirmation of the news was given by the show's executive producer Conrad Green, who wrote in a statement, "We can confirm that Brooke Burke-Charvet will not be joining us next season... She's been a wonderful part of the Dancing with the Stars family since her triumphant win in season seven and will unquestionably be missed by our entire team. We'd like to thank Brooke for her years of great service."

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Dancing with the Stars Casting Rumors

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UPDATE: Find out the latest list of possible contenders here.

We are now less than a week away before the next cast is announced—but do we have any idea who’s currently in the running?

According to the latest rumors (and supposed confirmations), the Season 11 roster may consist (once again) of reality stars, Bachelor vets, musicians and athletes. It may even involve a recent jail inmate. Although some names have been repeated more than once, ABC has been known to change things up at the very last minute.

Find out the latest list of possibles after the jump.

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Bachelorette, Dancing with the Stars Announcements Monday

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Jake Pavelka’s choice between Tenley and Vienna won’t be the only announcement coming this Monday night.

During the three-hour Bachelor finale, two other big reveals will be made: the name of the new Bachelorette and the celebrities participating in Round 10 of .

Although Baywatch star Pamela Anderson has reportedly been confirmed for the ballroom competition, not much else has is known about the amateur roster. Names like figure skater Evan Lysacek, Olympic diver Greg Louganis and Kate Gosselin have been tossed around in the media though.

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2009 Golden Globe Awards

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One year after a strike-induced absence, the drinking resumed. Although the drew its usual set of followers tonight, this year’s program carried even more significance than usual. The reason? Heath Ledger.

With or without the Dark Knight nomination, the ceremony would have been interesting. Was this going to be the year a film about an Indian game show (Slumdog Millionaire) won top prize? Would either Meryl Streep (Mamma Mia, Doubt) or Kate Winslet (Revolutionary Road, The Reader) walk away with two awards? Could ‘s comeback performance in The Wrestler earn him a surprise win over Sean Penn (Milk)?

To find out the answer to these questions (and many more), you can read our detailed coverage after the jump!

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Dancing with the Stars 7: The Winner

Dancing with the Stars' Final 3

On yesterday’s episode of Dancing with the Stars, the Top Three contenders were given two more chances to hit the floor. In addition to a “Samba Smackdown” (another group performance), the pairs finally got a crack at the highly-anticipated Freestyle numbers.

By night’s end:

  • Last week’s leader, Lance Bass, earned a 26 for his Samba (an improvement from his earlier 24) and a 27 in the Freestyle round.  TOTAL: 53
  • scored a 25 for his Samba (a style he once got a 22 for) and a 28 in the Freestyle portion. TOTAL: 53
  • Brooke Burke achieved perfection for the Freestyle and a near-perfection (28) for her Samba. TOTAL: 58

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Dancing with the Stars 7: Week 10

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After 9 weeks of competition, it all came down to this: ’ Season 7 Finale.

Tonight, the remaining three contenders each had to tackle two dances - a freestyle number and a group samba performance (a.k.a. the Samba Smackdown).

Who ultimately proved they deserved that mirror ball trophy? Was it the competition’s most consistent dancer (Brooke)? The energetic crowd pleaser (Warren)? Or the daring comeback kid (Lance)? Read on!

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Dancing with the Stars 7: Week 9 Loser

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Last night’s episode of was dramatic on many fronts. With the finals hanging in the balance, the competition was already intense. Then Brooke performed…and the whole game changed.

After weeks and weeks of being near or at the top, Burke did something unthinkable right off the bat: she scored a 21 for the Jive. That was the lowest score she had ever received during the whole season. Although she nicely rebounded with her second number (she got a 28 for her Salsa), the door was already left open for Brooke’s fellow challengers.

Fortunately for , there couldn’t have been a better night for him to peak. Yesterday, Lance and Lacey got their first 10 ever…three of them. They were also the only couple to break the 50 point mark. (Their total was 57.) Will the inconsistent competitor be able to keep up this momentum in the finals? (Assuming the voters even put him there?)

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Dancing with the Stars 7: Week 9

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Tonight on , the four contestants were each given a private Master Class session with Len Goodman. With next week’s finals on the line, the celebrities were happy to accept any advice that they could get.

For this week’s semifinal round, the dancers first had to perform a style they hadn’t individually tried yet. The second half of the show was then devoted to new styles introduced this season (the Salsa and the Jitterbug).

Who proved they were worthy of a Top Three finish…and who needed more of the head judge’s help? Read on!

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Dancing with the Stars 7: Week 8 Loser

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On yesterday’s episode of Dancing with the Stars, the remaining five competitors were forced to work hard for their money. Although they were getting used to the two dances a night routine, the contestants had one extra challenge throw into the mix. For the first time ever, the challengers were required to perform a 15-second solo.

By the end of the evening, was once again on top - but not by much. Although she is still the total point leader, Warren Sapp came within one point of matching the mother of four. Meanwhile, Lance put some distance between himself and the Bottom Two while Cody and Maurice found themselves in a tie for last place.

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Dancing with the Stars 7: Week 8

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Tonight on , the five remaining celebrities did their best to prove they were worthy of a spot in next week’s semifinals. In addition to two individual numbers (no group performances this time), each amateur was challenged with a 15-second solo within their Latin routine.

Who earned their way into the Final Four…and who was simply the odd man (or woman) out? Read on!

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