Evans calls final dances 'a blur'
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Country singer Sara Evans said her experience as an entertainer helped carry her through her final performance last week on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars."
Evans had learned hours before the show Oct. 11 about racy allegations against her husband of 13 years that prompted her to file for divorce, she said in an interview aired Tuesday night on the show.
"It's a blur," she said.
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"The good thing is that I'm so used to performing, as you know, that as an entertainer, we just have the ability to just try to flip the switch, turn it on, do the dance and make it through the day," she said.
Evans, 35, alleges that Craig Schelske, 43, committed adultery, was verbally and emotionally abusive, drank excessively and frequently watched pornography in their home. Schelske denies all the allegations.
Now on 'Millionaire': Who wants to be Vieira?
Turns out "Today" co-host Meredith Vieira won't be hosting every edition of the daytime show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" after all.
Producers of the popular syndicated program are now lining up a few celebrity guest hosts, a spokeswoman for the show confirmed Tuesday. "They're just filling in for a couple of days," she added.
Names of the celebrity substitutes, and when they'll tape their episodes, wasn't disclosed. The time frame, the spokeswoman said, depends on the schedules of those being approached.
When Vieira took the "Today" job, she was under contract with Disney's Buena Vista Television to host the daytime version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."
Vieira has often said how much she likes "Millionaire" and wanted to work out a deal where she could do both.
Bobby Brown makes child-support payment
CANTON, Mass. - Bobby Brown has paid up $11,000 in delinquent child support, after being threatened with arrest if he stepped back into Massachusetts.
A family judge had issued an arrest warrant two weeks ago after Brown failed to show up at a hearing over two months' worth of payments he owed to Kim Ward, of Stoughton, the mother of his two teenage children.
Brown's attorney said then he was having a "very difficult" time as his tumultuous marriage to singer Whitney Houston was coming to an end with her filing for legal separation.