It was apparently picking up its dry cleaning.
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Last night, So You Think You Can Dance revealed which 10 contestants will go on the show's nationwide tour this summer, and more significantly, remain in the running in the race to become America's favorite dancer.
So who got the axe and who will perform with the All-Stars next week?
Early on, we're heavily reminded that SYTYCD is now Emmy Nominated for Best Reality Competition and Reality Competition Host. Cat Deeley deserved the nomination and bashfully accepted the applause from the audience.
Group Dance - Paso Doble (Kelly Abbey): Jordan was the lead woman in the large skirt in the beginning with the guys creating flowing shapes of her skirt. The rest of the girls arrived with a synchronized fan routine.
The guys had a strong power tricks and their choreography was actually close, now with Chris gone. The group pose in the middle was a great fake out and the tempo increase was a great way of ending the routine.
Eliminations, Part I: The eliminations began with Caitlynn & Mitchell and Clarice & Jess; the two couples had one strong routine each and one that fell short.
Giuliana and Bill Rancic's infertility struggles have been a huge part of their reality show Giuliana & Bill. But the duo is taking a break from trying to conceive.
"[Having a baby is] always on my mind," Giuliana said, noting that she's turning over a new leaf. "But we're not actively trying. Right now is the year of fun."
"In the first episode, we're talking about it, and we heard bad news. Bill's like, 'You know what? Let's get back to who we are and have a year of fun.'"
The couple vowed to think positive and to enjoy "all of the things we couldn't do if we had a baby," like "traveling" and "drinking lots of wine."
While Rancic, E!'s resident celebrity fashion expert, admitted she felt "vulnerable" sharing her struggle, she also found it very rewarding.
"This guy came up to me, and he was like, 'Oh, I just want to thank you and your husband. You inspire my wife ... she's going through IVF, and we know we're not completely alone,' It's really nice [to inspire others]," she said.
"[And it's nice] that we can use our profiles to talk about it and make people feel better about themselves."
Indeed Check out THG's recent interview with Giuliana.
Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries only started dating last November, and he just proposed in May, but you can forget about a long engagement.
They're tying the knot Saturday, August 20.
While the pair hasn't confirmed where the ceremony will be or whether E! cameras will film the event, we're 100 percent guaranteeing they will.
We suppose a summer wedding makes sense in terms of spinning off their new show and Kris' currently non-existent NBA season, but damn, that was fast!
Details are scarce, but it seems likely that Vera Wang will be designing Kim's dress, as the star has already gone to two appointments at Vera's stores.
What we do know for sure is that Khloe is going all out to embarrass Kim at her the bachelorette party, while Kris Jenner will be calling the shots.
THG will be providing extensive coverage of the big weekend, of course. It should be decadent ... but how long do you think this marriage will last?
The FBI has released photos of the weapons and money found when officials arrested Whitey Bulger, the bureau's #1 most wanted fugitive, last month.
All we can say is wow.
In addition to false social security cards and birth certificates, the notorious Boston mobster and former FBI informant had $822,000 on him ... CASH.
He also had heat, to put it mildly:
Federal agents claim Bulger had 30 firearms, many of which are seen above, as well as a grenade in his possession at his Santa Monica apartment.
The 81-year-old leader of Boston's infamous Winter Hill gang pleaded not guilty to 19 murders after spending the last 16 years on the lam.
In addition to the many killings, James J. "Whitey" Bulger is charged with conspiracy, extortion, narcotics distribution and money laundering.
His 60-year-old girlfriend, Catherine Greig, was arrested along with him. She has been charged with harboring a fugitive and is seeking bail.
Don't hold your breath, Cat.
The marriage between Taylor Armstrong and Russell Armstrong appears to be over.
And the couple has never sounded more supportive of each other!
“We still love each other, but after going through counseling it has gotten to the point that the stress is just too much for both of us,” Russell tells OK! Weekly. "I want Taylor to be the biggest actress on TV, and I want to feel happy not being on TV."
Russell has already moved out, but no divorce papers have been signed yet.
Expect some kind of drama to take place soon, though. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills producers wouldn't have it any other way.
UPDATE: It IS over! Citing "irreconcilable difference," Taylor has filed for divorce.
Us Weekly tried to make the case with a splashy new cover story, but reports of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie getting married this summer are false.
Sources close to the couple say they won't be walking down the aisle any time soon and "there is no evidence nor any single truth" to Us' story.
The two, who adamantly state that gay marriage should be legalized everywhere, say they remain open to one day tying the knot. But not now.
Recent remarks by the two helped fuel the never-ending rumors.
Pitt told USA Today that the brood is curious: "The kids ask about it ... It's meaning more and more to them. It's something we've got to look at."
"I think it would be hard to say no to the kids," Angelina added.
Construction at Chateau Miraval, their home in the south of France, was rumored to be part of their secret wedding preparations. Not the case.
Professionally, Pitt is filming World War Z (Jolie and the kids stayed with him in Malta) and will be busy promoting Moneyball and Cogan's Trade.
Angelina, meanwhile, is gearing up for her directorial debut, In the Land of Blood and Honey, set in war-torn regions of the former Yugoslavia.
The judge declared a mistrial today in Roger Clemens' perjury case after prosecutors showed jurors evidence that was previously ruled inadmissible.
U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton said the prosecutors had made a grave error and that the baseball legend could no longer be assured a fair trial.
Walton scheduled a September 2 hearing to determine whether to hold a new trial, but the jurors were dismissed and the case is off - for now.
Roger Clemens was indicted for perjury for allegedly lying to Congress during a 2008 investigation into performance-enhancing drug use in the sport.
He is not being charged with using drugs, per se, but for knowingly false testimony he allegedly gave involving his use of the substances years ago.
This morning, in the second day of testimony, the judge interrupted prosecutors' playing of a video from his 2008 testimony before Congress.
The jury was removed from the room. When they returned, they were dismissed, and the judge issued the following explanation of why:
Kate Hudson and her rocker fiancé Matthew Bellamy have chosen a name for their newborn son, who came into the world this past weekend.
... drum roll, please ...
It's Bingham Hawn Bellamy, a.k.a. Bing!
“So happy! Just had a baby boy, Bingham “Bing” Hawn Bellamy. Born 7lb 12oz, on 9th July,” Muse frontman Bellamy Tweeted Thursday.
“Mum and baby are strong and healthy," he continued. "His mum was a warrior, Bing popped out after 4.5 hours of intense pushing!”
L'il baby Bing joins big brother Ryder Russell Robinson, 7, from Hudson’s first marriage to rocker Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes.
Congratulations again to the family!
Even a Gold medalist can be a Belieber.
Upon winning the Best Female Athlete at the ESPY Awards last night for the second consecutive year, skier Lindsey Vonn took to the stage, thanked ESPN, her husband and her fans... and then asked Justin Bieber if he'd take a photo with her for Facebook.
The singer obviously obliged, as you can see HERE. Check out the speech below.