After announcing that she's expecting another bundle of joy with husband Tye Strickland, Melissa Rycroft revealed that baby #2 will be a boy.
In an interview with Us Weekly, the "Bachelor" star shared, "When I found out [I was having a] boy, I just got really excited! And Tye, he's such a guy's guy, so personally I'm really happy he gets to do all his boy stuff. It's so funny the first thing out of his mouth was, 'I feel so much responsibility now!' I was like, 'Um have you not felt it the past two and a half years?' I guess there's something to be said about the same sex parent taking the bulk of [responsibility]."
It's been a long ten weeks of competition, but the time has finally come to announce the winner of "Dancing with the Stars: All Stars."
On Tuesday night's (November 27) two-hour finale episode, not only did the final three contestants ( Melissa Rycroft, Shawn Johnson and Kelly Monaco) perform one final dance, but the viewers and audience were in for a treat when the entire season's cast made a return.
Kicking off the semi-finals with a bang, the remaining five couples on “Dancing with the Stars: All Stars” performed two new dances in one night.
On Monday’s (November 19) episode, the dancing duos first had to mix unusual themes and styles together for a unique act, before later performing a more traditional ballroom number while paying tribute to Michael Jackson’s hit album, Bad.
Dancing their hearts out while showing appreciation for our past and present service men and women, the stars of "Dancing with the Stars: All Stars" rocked the ballroom in a special Veteran's Day themed episode.
For this evening's dances, each couple was responsible for performing a military-inspired performance as well as teaming up with one other person for a trio dance. So just who walked away with the highest scores?
After much anticipation, "Good Morning America" announced today (August 13) which professional dancers the All Star cast of "Dancing with the Stars" will be teaming up with - after which some of the castmates have emerged 'very comfortable' with ABC's decision.
Surprisingly enough, five out of the twelve contestants have been paired with their original partners including Melissa Rycroft, who will yet again give her best shot at winning the mirror ball trophy with her season eight pro Tony Dovolani.