Presented by ESPN, the ESPY Awards hand out hardware to athletes that have already won the most important prize in their line of work. It's pretty ridiculous, really.

But who cares?!? It also results in opportunities to see sports stars and personalities in outfits that are far more revealing than what we're stuck with on SportsCenter every night. Two cases in point from last night's ceremony: Brooklyn Decker and Maria Sharapova.

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With choreographer Sonya Tayeh and Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson by their sides, the So You Think You Can Dance panel judged two pieces by the remaining couples last night. So did we...

Sasha & Alexander: Paso Doble (Toni & Melanie) - The story was supposed to be about fighting and passion and the dance really looked like it was supposed to be for two guys to perform. While a part of me was disappointed there was no cape/matador, the performance was an equal battle that played on Sasha's strengths. The two had power moves in between very intricate choreography, but the middle section was sloppy. The side by side dances and the knee slides were fun to watch. My Grade: A-.

How do you update a children's classic so ingrained in kids' imaginations that it's hard to imagine anything about it changing? That's what Disney tries with its brand-new, feature-length Winnie the Pooh movie.

It's the first time classic Pooh has ever been turned into a major film, and tomorrow, a new adventure begins for the lovable ursine character and his buds.

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Three stars will be departing Glee after this coming season. Correction: the three biggest stars on Glee will departing after this coming season.

In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, creator Ryan Murphy cites the "integrity" of his show's storytelling and confirms that Cory Monteith (Finn), Lea Michele (Rachel) and Chris Colfer (Kurt) will all graduate after season three and not return "at all" after that.

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