"Dancing with the Stars: All Stars?" According to Mario Lopez, it's happening!
While co-hosting "Live With Kelly" on Wednesday, Lopez let it slip that he was approached for an all-star edition of "Dancing With the Stars" (Mondays at 8 p.m. ET and Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on ABC).
"You know what, Kelly? They're doing 'Dancing With The Stars: All-Stars' next season," Lopez said. "They called me to do it."
ABC isn't commenting on the rumor Lopez started, but some "Dancing" vets, like the show's current co-host Brooke Burke Charvet, are excited about the prospect..
"100 percent yes," Burke said on Rachael Ray, when asked if she would head back to the show as a contestant given the option. "I haven't danced ballroom since I left the show, I would love to. And being on the show, it just makes me wants to dance again."
HuffPost TV looked back on who we'd like to see hit the dance floor again. Click through our slideshow below to see who made the cut and share your dream casting choices in the comments below!
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A couple's sex life inevitably changes over time -- especially after having kids.
In this clip from Lifetime's new series, "7 Days of Sex," which profiles married couples who have agreed to have sex every single day for seven days, busy parents Chantal and Derek find a creative way to fulfill the assignment while caring for their three children.
Their trick? Playing hide and seek.
Watch the clip above to see how they are able to take make-out breaks while watching their kids, and check out the video below to learn why they agreed to take the seven-day challenge.
Other nominees include LeBron James, Scarlett Johansson, Kate Beckinsale and Sofia Vergara.
Get ready to see Kelly Ripa like you've never seen her before.
In the opening segment from the 10th Annual TV Land Awards (Sun., April 29 at 9 p.m. ET), Ripa and Carson Kressley search for the perfect look for the host to wear to greet the audience. It's the TV Land Awards, so Ripa tries out the looks of past and present TV icons from Cher to Tootie from "The Facts of Life."
See her as Wonder Woman, Sue Sylvester, Daisy Duke, "New Girl's" Jess and so many more before she makes a decision. And let's just say it's purrfect ... Watch the video below.
Snooki may be pregnant and preparing to welcome a baby in a few months, but she certainly hasn't lost her sense of humor. Though we often see the "Jersey Shore" star, whose real name is Nicole Polizzi, glammed up -- poof and all -- she recently posted a photo of herself in a much different state.
"Don't you miss doing face masks with me @jenniwoww ?! #bff," she tweeted this week, along with a photo of herself donning a beauty face mask.
Probably not your best look, Snooki, but we'll take it.
Though we have quite some time to kill before the next season of "Jersey Shore" hits the air, fans of the petite reality star are in luck! Her MTV spinoff with Jenni "JWoww" Farley," aptly titled "Snooki & JWOWW" will debut on the network this summer.
And, of course, the next big project for Snooki will be tackling parenthood. She and her fiance, Jionni LaValle, are expecting their first child together this year.
"Ah I can't wait to see my little one whose either going to be a dedicated cheerleader like mommy or a strong wrestler like daddy," she tweeted April 2.
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But given the hoopla surrounding Lena Dunham's "Girls," we thought this video was worth breaking our own rules momentarily.
Are you tired of hearing people talk about a show that's only two episodes in? Would you like every feeling you've had about every conversation you've overheard to be mercilessly mocked so that you can put the issue to rest once and for all?
This is that video. This is also an example of memes gone bad gone momentarily good again.
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"The Week Women Went" will explore what happens when the fairer sex leave town in a four-part series set for June.
TV theme songs can be good for more than just introducing a show; sometimes, they can inspire you.
Take "Laverne & Shirley" for instance. The show ended 29 years ago, but the iconic theme song lives on -- and not just for the "Schlemiel! Schlimazel!" -- but because of its message. Nothing was going to stand in those ladies' way; they were going to make their dreams come true.
From songs with lyrical messages, like the theme song of "The Golden Girls," to opening tracks with inspiring cords, like "Friday Night Lights," TV theme songs have a way of sticking with viewers years after the show meets its fate.
Who hasn't imagined throwing a beret up into the air while twirling in a circle after realizing you're going to make it after all? From "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" theme song to the opening tune of "The Hills," these are HuffPost TV's most inspiring TV theme songs.
If your favorite didn't make the list, let us know in the comments below!