Apolo Anton Ohno took home the Dancing with the Stars trophy last night. Here's a report on what else went down on the season finale, courtesy of People magazine...
He didn't make it to the finals, but Ian Ziering's nephews Jon, 17, and Adam, 14, couldn't help but show their familial pride â€" on their heads. When Uncle Ian came out to the ballroom, the two teens donned black Elvis wigs just like the one Ziering wore for his jive with partner Cheryl Burke in the semifinals.
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Brianna Fatone is too young to be on the show, but that doesn't mean she can't look like a dancer. The 6-year-old daughter of runner-up Joey Fatone wore a replica Princess Leia dress just like the one Dad's dance partner, Kym Johnson, wore. The tiny frock was made by the show's costume team. Young Brianna took dad's loss hard as she cried in mom Kelly's arms at the end of the show.
She has hit the dance floor. She has fleeced Paul McCartney for money. Now she'll hit the books. Heather Mills said that when she returns to England she'll be working on a degree in biology and chemistry so that she can become a nutritionist.
"I want to have that degree so that I can argue with scientists about meat and milk and global warming," Mills says. "Even though I know about all of these things, if I'm not a full-fledged scientist so nobody will want to listen to me."
The Hollywood Gossip wonders: What's the scientific debate over milk? Or gold-digging?
She is used to creating beautiful living spaces for families across the country, but before Tuesday night's show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition star Paige Hemmis had some improvement tips for pro dancer Tony Dovolani. "Hey, Tony, you missed a button. Or two. Or three," Hemmis joked, pointing to Dovolani's exposed chest.