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The Actors Fund Celebrates The 2017 Looking Ahead Awards In Hollywood

The Actors Fund's Looking Ahead Program, which helps professional young performers and their families address the unique challenges of working in the entertainment industry, celebrated the 2017 Looking Ahead Awards with a star-studded gala on Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at the Taglyan Cultural Complex in Hollywood, CA.

The Looking Ahead Awards honors leaders in the current and former young performer community who continue to inspire the world by living the program’s core values of growth, education, leadership and community service.

The fourth annual gala was hosted by Corbin Bleu and featured special performances by Ashley Argota (singing “How Far I’ll Go” from “Moana”) and The Dream Talent Management Dancers.

Holly Robinson-Peete honored her mother, Dolores Robinson, with the Judy and Hilary Swank Award for parenting.

Activist Kenya T. Parham presented the Looking Ahead Award for Community Service to the ensemble cast of Kathryn Bigelow’s latest film "Detroit (Laz Alonso, Joseph David-Jones,
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Holly Robinson-Peete To Honor Her Mother At The Actors Fund's 2017 Looking Ahead Awards

The Actors Fund announced today that actress Holly Robinson-Peete will honor her mother, Dolores Robinson, with the Judy & Hilary Swank Award for Parenting at the 2017 Looking Ahead Awards on Tuesday, December 5 at 6pm at Taglyan Complex in Hollywood.

Tickets are currently on sale at www.actorsfund.org/LookingAheadAwards.

As previously announced, The 2017 Looking Ahead Awards will also honor Kellie Martin (The Looking Ahead Award For Education), Charlotte Rae (The Shirley Temple Award); the youth cast of NBC’s This Is Us (The Elizabeth Taylor Award for Social Awareness) and the ensemble cast of Kathryn Bigelow’s film Detroit (The Looking Ahead Award for Community Service).

Hosted by Corbin Bleu, the fourth annual gala raises awareness and financial support for The Actors Fund’s Looking Ahead Program while shining the spotlight on performers who inspire the world by living the program’s five core values: education, community service, mentorship, social awareness and healthy parenting.
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My 5: ‘BoJack Horseman’ Composer Jesse Novak’s Favorite TV Themes (Exclusive)

My 5: ‘BoJack Horseman’ Composer Jesse Novak’s Favorite TV Themes (Exclusive)
Composer, musician and producer Jesse Novak -- yes, he’s related to B.J. from The Office -- understands what goes into an iconic TV theme. As the mind behind BoJack Horseman, The Mindy Project and Superstore, he’s created distinctive music that expands these TV worlds as well as the whimsical title theme for the latter, which is now in its third season on NBC.

A memorable theme, he says, “has its own life. It feels like a character, in a way, and it’s part of the universe. It gives you a feeling that you associate with what you’re watching.”

While he’s worked on a number of recent TV hits, Novak’s most memorable work has to come from the animated Netflix series, which recently returned for a fourth season in September and released a soundtrack of its score and original songs, including much of the music from the show’s celebrated underwater episode
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The Actors Fund's Looking Ahead Awards To Honor "Detroit," "This Is Us," Kellie Martin And Charlotte Rae

The Actors Fund announced today that the ensemble cast of Kathryn Bigelow’s latest film Detroit will be honored with the Looking Ahead Award for Community Service at the 2017 Looking Ahead Awards on Tuesday, December 5 at 6pm at Taglyan Complex in Hollywood.

Tickets are currently on sale at www.actorsfund.org/LookingAheadAwards.

The award, honoring an ensemble cast who exemplifies giving back to the community, will be presented to a number of the film’s stars: Laz Alonso, Joseph David-Jones, Nathan Davis Jr., Austin Hebert, Malcolm David Kelley, Jacob Latimore, Will Poulter, Algee Smith, Leon Thomas III, Samira Wiley and Tyler James Williams.

The 2017 Looking Ahead Awards will also honor actresses Kellie Martin (The Looking Ahead Award For Education) and Charlotte Rae (The Shirley Temple Award); and, as previously announced, the youth cast of NBC’s This Is Us (The Looking Ahead Award for Social Awareness).

Hosted by Corbin Bleu,
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Jordan Fisher Crowned Dancing with the Stars Season 25 Mirrorball Champion

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Jordan Fisher Crowned Dancing with the Stars Season 25 Mirrorball Champion
Dancing with the Stars has crowned its season 25 winner!

On Tuesday night, Jordan Fisher, Lindsey Stirling and Frankie Muniz went head-to-head on the season finale of the reality dancing competition series, but it was Fisher who was victorious and took home the coveted Mirrorball Trophy after earning overall perfect scores for his final two dances. Stirling was runner-up and Muniz was second runner-up.

Speaking moments after his big win, Fisher was lost for words to describe what it felt like to win, but had plenty to say about his partner Lindsay Arnold.

“We’re both just sort of blinded and
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My 5: Corbin Bleu’s Favorite Modern, Holiday Classics (Exclusive)

My 5: Corbin Bleu’s Favorite Modern, Holiday Classics (Exclusive)
Only 28 years old, Holiday Inn had been out for nearly 50 years by the time Corbin Bleu was born. But that didn’t stop the former High School Musical star and Dancing With the Stars contestant from stepping into the role made famous by Fred Astaire in Broadway’s musical adaptation of the film.

In fact, Bleu brought a modern flair to the character of Ted Hanover, a professional dancer who loses his partner to an oil tycoon and later sets his sights on friend Jim Hardy’s holidays-only hotel performer and love interest, Linda Mason. In one particular number from the Broadway show, “Let's Say It With Firecrackers,” Bleu performs a solo tap dance with the accompaniment of firecrackers with so much pizazz and style that even Astaire would have been impressed.

“We were really giving a new birth to the new number,” Bleu tells Et about working with choreographer Denis Jones to morph it for his body
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'Dancing With the Stars' Season 25, Semifinals Recap: Best Lifts, Kicks, Tricks and Flips!

'Dancing With the Stars' Season 25, Semifinals Recap: Best Lifts, Kicks, Tricks and Flips!
It's hard to believe we're only one week away from finding out who will be crowned the season 25 mirrorball champion on Dancing With the Stars!

After Monday night's shocking semifinals, which sent Victoria Arlen and her pro partner, Val Chmerkovksiy, home, we were left with the four remaining couples who will advance to the next round of the competition.

But before they take the stage one last time during next week's two-night finale, Et's breaking down all the best choreography moments from last night's show -- including what we think each pair needs to do to improve!

Watch: 'DWTS' Semifinals: Lindsay Arnold Overcomes Injury to Deliver Epic Performances with Jordan Fisher

Drew Scott & Emma Slater - Tango, "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" by The Proclaimers

Dance highlight: We have to admit, this routine was definitely entertaining thanks to the stage production and Emma and Drew fully dressing the part. Our favorite moments occurred at 0:28, 0:54 and 1:18.

Judges'
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Dancing With the Stars Semifinals Recap: Who's Going to the Finale?

Dancing With the Stars Semifinals Recap: Who's Going to the Finale?
We’re just eight days away from learning which Dancing With the Stars contestant will hoist that Mirrorball over his or her head — but first, they had to clear the hurdle of Monday’s semifinals.

The five remaining pairs performed two routines during Monday’s broadcast: For the first, each pro got to choose a song that they thought best encapsulated his or her partner. For the second — arguably one of the series’ most difficult rounds in recent memory — couples were asked to recreate an iconic, perfect-score-receiving routine from a past season of DWTS. (As if getting to the finale weren’t stressful enough.
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'DWTS' Semifinals: Lindsay Arnold Overcomes Injury to Deliver Two Stunning Performances with Jordan Fisher

'DWTS' Semifinals: Lindsay Arnold Overcomes Injury to Deliver Two Stunning Performances with Jordan Fisher
Lindsay Arnold became the latest castmember on this season of Dancing With the Starsto suffer a painful injury that threatened to remove her from the competition -- but the pro managed to power through the pain!

On Monday's DWTS semifinals episode, Arnold and her celeb partner Jordan Fisher -- who are the odds-on favorites to take home the Mirrorball trophy this season -- performed a mature Argentine tango set to "Brother" by Needtobreathe.

In a pre-taped package, Arnold explained that the inspiration behind the dance was the close bond that they've formed throughout the season.

"He truly has become the older brother to me that I always wish I had," Arnold told the DWTS cameras, before she suffered a painful injury while rehearsing a number with her fellow pros the day before the live semifinals episode.

News: Jordan Fisher & Lindsay Arnold Talk Landing Two Perfect Scores on ‘DWTS’ With Corbin Bleu (Exclusive)

"I was practicing the pro number
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Dancing With the Stars' Jenna Johnson Reveals the Celeb Contestant She Had a Crush on Growing Up

Dancing With the Stars' Jenna Johnson Reveals the Celeb Contestant She Had a Crush on Growing Up
Dancing With the Stars professional dancer Jenna Johnson, now part of the dance troupe on the ABC series, is taking you behind the scenes of season 25. Last week was epic! How fun was it to see some of our favorite past celebrities back in the ballroom for Trio week? It was awesome to have some new energy in the ballroom and having some past champs here made things even more competitive. People were in it to win it last Monday night! Can we take a second to talk about Lindsay Arnold, Jordan Fisher and Corbin Bleu's Salsa? I mean, out of this world!! I'm also a little embarrassed to admit this but Corbin Bleu was my ultimate crush growing up. Let's be honest, ladies who grew up in the generation of...
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'DWTS' Week 9 Preview: Drew Scott, Lindsay Arnold & Frankie Muniz Tease Semifinals Routines!

'DWTS' Week 9 Preview: Drew Scott, Lindsay Arnold & Frankie Muniz Tease Semifinals Routines!
It's week nine of Dancing With the Stars and the competition is heating up!

As the five remaining contestants and their pro partners take the stage on Monday, they'll be tackling two dances in hopes of making it to the finals.

It's officially the season 25 semifinals and Et's breaking down everything we can expect to see in the ballroom!

More: 'Dancing With the Stars' Season 25, Week 8 Recap: Best Lifts, Kicks, Tricks and Flips!

Who's on top of the leaderboard?

(Combined scores from individual performances and trio dances)

1. Jordan Fisher & Lindsay Arnold: 60/60

2. Lindsey Stirling & Mark Ballas: 54/60

3. Frankie Muniz & Witney Carson: 53/60

Who's in danger of elimination?

At this point, who goes home will ultimately be up to how the fans voted, but Drew Scott & Emma Slater received the lowest combined score from the judges last week, 47/60, followed closely behind by Victoria Arlen & Val Chmerkovskiy, who scored a total of 48 points.

What are the stars
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'DWTS' Pro Lindsay Arnold Suffers Knee Injury, May Be Unable to Perform With Jordan Fisher

'DWTS' Pro Lindsay Arnold Suffers Knee Injury, May Be Unable to Perform With Jordan Fisher
Bad news for Dancing With the Stars frontrunners Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold going in to the semi-finals.

Et can confirm that Arnold injured her knee during rehearsals on Sunday, threatening her ability to perform on Monday night's show.

A DWTS source tells Et, "Lindsay injured her knee during camera blocking rehearsal Sunday morning while working on a number with the troupe. Lindsay is hopeful she’ll be cleared to dance tomorrow, but it will likely be touch and go until showtime Monday."

Et can also confirm that Sharna Burgess is learning Arnold's routines in case she can't perform.

In a backstage video released by DWTS, the show's physical therapist tends to Arnold's knee.

"It felt like my whole leg gave out and stopped working," the 23-year-old pro dancer says, describing her injury.

"It's frustrating because it's the semi-finals and I want to dance it with Jordan. And I hope this doesn't stop me from doing that," she adds
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'Dancing With the Stars' Season 25, Week 8 Recap: Best Lifts, Kicks, Tricks and Flips!

Dancing With the Stars' Trio Night was full-on fun!

With special appearances from past winners, like reigning mirrorball champion Rashad Jennings and season one winner Kelly Monaco, there was a tremendous amount of talent in the ballroom during week eight of the dance competition show.

Unfortunately, we had to say goodbye to one dancing duo -- Terrell Owens and Cheryl Burke -- before the five other couples were announced that they'd be advancing to next week's semi-finals.

Now, Et's breaking down all the memorable choreography moments from last night's performances!

Watch: 'DWTS' Competition Heats Up After Quarterfinals Elimination-- See Who Went Home!

Individual Dances

Drew Scott & Emma Slater - Waltz, "Both Sides Now (Torch Songs)" by Years & Years

Dance highlight: This week, Emma challenged Drew to be vulnerable as he performed a piece dedicated to his fiancee, Linda Phan. Our favorite moment happened at the 1:02 mark, when Drew assisted Emma in a gorgeous arabesque spin.

Judges'
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Jordan Fisher and Corbin Bleu Are the Musical Duo We Never Knew We Needed on DWTS

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Jordan Fisher has been dominating the competition on Dancing With the Stars, and on Monday night, he took things up a notch by teaming up with former contestant, Corbin Bleu. The talented musical stars certainly made hearts flutter when they performed a salsa with pro Lindsay Arnold for the show's special trio night. Aside from flaunting their bare chests in matching purple shirts, the two set the dance floor on fire with their incredible moves. Seriously, we need these two to do a musical together, Asap! Maybe a cross between Grease and High School Musical?
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How Can Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold Top Their Perfect Dancing With the Stars Night?

How Can Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold Top Their Perfect Dancing With the Stars Night?
Oh, what a perfect night for Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold. The Dancing With the Stars pair received perfect scores for both their dances. Jordan and Lindsay did a quickstep to Pharrell Williams' "Chuck Berry" and a salsa with Corbin Bleu to Wisin's "Que Viva la Vida." "We're both insanely grateful and excited to keep the momentum going and build off of tonight, which has been an amazing night, one I will never forget," Jordan told E! News after his big night. So where do they go from here and top the double perfect score? "Do what we've been doing. Every single week it's kind of like, we feel the pressure…This guy is incredible and every week people...
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Jordan Fisher & Lindsay Arnold Talk Landing Two Perfect Scores on ‘DWTS’ With Corbin Bleu (Exclusive)

Jordan Fisher & Lindsay Arnold Talk Landing Two Perfect Scores on ‘DWTS’ With Corbin Bleu (Exclusive)
On their way to the top! Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold scored two perfect scores on Monday night’s Dancing With the Stars.

The pair teamed up with season 17 finalist Corbin Bleu for the Trio Dance. Bleu and Fisher have never gotten to perform together, but both have starred in musicals written by Lin-Manuel Miranda – Fisher in Hamilton and Bleu in In the Heights.

The high-energy group danced a salsa that brought judge Len Goodman to his feet.

“It was such a good night and it could have not happened to a more deserving person,” Arnold said of her partner. “I mean that, it has been a crazy eight weeks. I am so, so grateful for every moment that we have had together and having tonight was such a good night for us and I am really, really proud.”

More: 'DWTS' Competition Heats Up After Quarterfinals Elimination-- See Who Went Home!

The number left both
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DWTS' Jordan Fisher Explains How Watching 'Mixed Kid' Corbin Bleu Inspired Him to Pursue Acting

DWTS' Jordan Fisher Explains How Watching 'Mixed Kid' Corbin Bleu Inspired Him to Pursue Acting
Jordan Fisher is crediting Corbin Bleu for inspiring him to pursue a career in the entertainment industry.

On Monday’s Dancing with the Stars, Bleu made a special guest appearance on the reality dance competition series. For the show’s Trio Night, Bleu, who was the runner-up on season 17 of the ABC show, was paired with Fisher and Lindsay Arnold for their salsa number.

“It is Trio and we have the best male contestant to have ever done the show — I think in my opinion — Corbin Bleu,” the former Hamilton and Grease Live! star, 23, said of Bleu, 28, during rehearsal.

“We
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Dancing with the Stars: Who's So Good They Got Two Perfect Scores?

Trio night brought back a few fan favorites from previous seasons of Dancing with the Stars, including Alfonso Ribeiro, Laurie Hernandez and Corbin Bleu.

While it's always super exciting for fans to revisit the greatest hits, it does present a new hurdle to tackle for the pros. They not only have

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'DWTS' Week 8 Preview: Mirrorball Champ Rashad Jennings, Frankie Muniz & More Tease Trio Night Dances!

'DWTS' Week 8 Preview: Mirrorball Champ Rashad Jennings, Frankie Muniz & More Tease Trio Night Dances!
It's week eight of Dancing With the Stars, and the competition is heating up!

As the six remaining contestants and their pro partners take the stage on Monday, they'll be tackling two dances in hopes of making it to the finals.

It's Trio Night, and Et's breaking down everything we can expect to see in the ballroom!

Who's on top of the leaderboard?

(Combined scores from individual performances and team dances)

1. Frankie Muniz & Witney Carson: 60/60

2. Tie! Drew Scott & Emma Slater, Victoria Arlen & Val Chmerkovskiy: 57/60

2. Jordan Fisher & Lindsay Arnold: 54/60

More: 'Dancing With the Stars' Season 25, Week 7 Recap: Best Lifts, Kicks, Tricks and Flips!

Who's in danger of elimination?

Terrell Owens & Cheryl Burke received the lowest combined score from the judges last week, 49/60, followed closely behind by Lindsey Stirling & Mark Ballas, who scored a total of 51 points.

What are the stars performing to for their Individual Dances?

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Dancing with the Stars All Stars: Find Out Which Former Champions Will Return to the Ballroom for Trio Night!

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Dancing with the Stars All Stars: Find Out Which Former Champions Will Return to the Ballroom for Trio Night!
Three’s a party!

Next Monday on Dancing with the Stars, the six remaining couples will add a third dancer to their partnership — and People can exclusively reveal which alums of the reality dance competition series will be joining the current celebrity-pro pairings.

See the full list of season 25 trios below:

Rashad Jennings (season 24 champion) will be joining Drew Scott and Emma Slater Corbin Bleu (season 17 runner-up) will be joining Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold Laurie Hernandez (season 23 champion) will be joining Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy Alfonso Ribeiro (season 19 champion) will be joining Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson Kristi Yamaguchi
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