Mario Lopez: 'DWTS' cast will be all-stars
'DANCING' WITH THE ALL-STARS. Former "Saved By the Bell" star and current "Extra" host Mario Lopez says the next edition of "Dancing With the Stars" will be an all-stars season. "They called me to do it," Lopez, the second-place finisher in 2006's season three, told Kelly Ripa on "Live! with Kelly." "I'd love to do it," he said in response to Ripa asking, but added, "I just don't know how I'd be able to pull it off." ABC does not comment on "DWTS" casting before making its official announcement.
UPCOMING. The "Jersey Shore" spinoff "Snooki & JWoww" will premiere June 21, at 10 p.m., MTV has announced. A clip of the show features odd-couple best friends Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Jenni "JWoww" Farley apartment-hunting in Jersey City, partying, attending a sonogram session and, Farley only, learning to drive a manual transmission.
FINALES.Jeremy Britt, rescued from his previous-week elimination on "The Biggest Loser," joins his sister Conda Britt and former TNA pro wrestler Kim Neilson, aka Desire, for the live season-13 finale tomorrow at 8 p.m. on NBC.
RECAPS.Elise Testone was voted off "American Idol" . . . Troy "Troyzan" Robertson was shipped off "Survivor: One World" . . . Gladys Knight had a bad night, as she and partner Tristan MacManus were ousted from "Dancing With the Stars" . . . "The Voice" eliminated James Massone, Phillip "Pip" Arnold, Cheesa Laureta and the monomial Mathai in two episodes last week . . . Seymone Cohen-Fobish is a casualty on "America's Next Top Model: British Invasion" . . . Sarah Parrott is a fallen "Fashion Star" . . . and neither Funkdation nor Irratik will be "America's Best Dance Crew."