Martina Navratilova is crushed after she and "Dancing with the Stars" dance partner Tony Dovolani were recently voted off the competitive dancing show. Tony, however, knows the feeling; he was voted off on season 10 when he was partnered with Kate Gosselin.
Anderson wonders, what was it really like to dance with Kate Gosselin?
"Did you just call it dance?" Tony joked after Anderson's inquiry. "We didn't dance... there was a lot of therapy involved [after that experience]."
But the feeling is new to Martina, who says she was "devastated" when she heard her name called during elimination.
"After the judging on Monday... I thought we still had a chance," Martina says. "I really wanted to last longer if for no reason than to hang out with Tony because we have such a good time."
Now Martina is out of the competition, she is hoping one of her two female friends from the show -- either Sherri Shepherd or Gladys Knight -- will win the entire competition.
"Sherry just cracks me up,
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- Anderson Team | Anderson Cooper – Thu, Mar 29, 2012 5:00 PM EDT
Martina Navratilova is crushed after she and "Dancing with the Stars" dance partner Tony Dovolani were recently voted off the competitive dancing show. Tony, however, knows the feeling; he was voted off on season 10 when he was partnered with Kate Gosselin.Read More »from 'DWTS': Martina Navratilova & What Kate Gosselin was Really Like
While Anderson is a huge fan of the AMC series "Walking Dead," he recently complained on Twitter, "Aargh. Now too much talk on #thewalkingdead. Blah, blah, blah. #morezombiesplease."
@thehighestlevel on Twitter asked Anderson, "Mr Cooper did you happen to see the "walkingdead finale"? I heard it was EXCELLENT but I've yet to see it.#thewalkingdead"
Watch to find out what Anderson thought of the "Walking Dead" finale, and if there enough zombie blood for his liking. Take a look...
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According to the National Sleep Foundation, 20% of Americans get less than 6 hours of sleep a night. Are you tired all the time? How much quality sleep are you really getting?
Anderson uses the Zeo Sleep Manager (a headband that links to an app that tracks your sleep) to learn his "sleep age."
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- Anderson Team | Anderson Cooper – Tue, Mar 27, 2012 2:12 PM EDT
Alanna suffers from Kleine-LevinSyndrome, a sleep disorder which results in regular "episodes" that cause Alanna to behave and communicate as though she's awake, even though she's technically in a state of sleep.Read More »from Awake or Asleep? One Girl’s Traumatic Sleep Disorder
During these episodes -- which have lasted up to eight months -- Alanna displays regressive behavior, often acting childlike and temperamental. "I can 'wake up,' I can go to the bathroom, I can eat, and I can talk even, but I'm not in a right state of mind," Alanna says of the episodes. "I'm completely different than I am now."
When Alanna wakes up, she cannot remember these episodes, even when they last for long periods of time.
"It's just so difficult, because it's just not me. That's not Alanna. That's not who I am," Alanna says. "It's so sad, because I have no control over it."
Dr. Michael Breus, a world-renowned sleep specialist and author of "The Sleep Doctor's Diet Plan," joins the show to talk to Anderson, Alanna her family about how common Alanna's illness is,
In their roles as advertising executives on the hit AMC show "Mad Men" both Jon Hamm and John Slattery's characters are partially defined by their constant drinking; at work, at home and socially. They reveal what they're really guzzling on the set.Read More »from Jon Hamm & John Slattery Talk 'Mad Men' Martinis
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"I drink vodka Gibsons, which unfortunately is vodka with an onion in it, so for me it's onion water," John Slattery says. "Onion water and fake cigarettes at five in the morning, it's delicious."The two actors talk about what it's like to act drunk all day long. Take a look…
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Joshua, a 9-year-old who lives with a disease called eosinophilic esophagitis, is allergic to nearly all foods. Pizza, hot dogs, you name it, and Joshua likely cannot eat it, or even be allowed to taste it or smell it.
Joshua gets most of his nutrients through a formula prescribed by his doctor, and through a feeding tube in his stomach. Because of his disease, Joshua is homeschooled by his mother, and needs to live his life with extra caution.
Cara and Brant, Joshua's parents, show what a day is like in the life of a boy who cannot eat.
What would happen if Joshua did eat one of the many foods to which he's allergic? He could suffer severe pain, but there is also the possibility that he could die.
"There's not a minute that goes by that I'm not afraid," Cara says.Read More »from A Boy Allergic to Food
In a daytime exclusive interview, Anderson Cooper talks with Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton, parents of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed 17-year-old who was allegedly shot to death in a gated Florida community on February 26 by a white, self-appointed neighborhood watch volunteer; 28-year-old George Zimmerman.Read More »from Trayvon Martin's Mother: 'Justice Will Be Served'
"It's a nightmare. It's hard to sleep," says Sybrina. "Everything reminds me of him and the only thing that's fueling us to keep pressing on for justice is the fact that we know that justice will be served."
Trayvon Martin's father, Tracy, says he believes watchman George Zimmerman, who local police have declined to arrest, was out for a confrontation before killing his son.
"Zimmerman had in his mind at that point that he wasn't going to let whoever that individual was get away," says Tracy to Anderson. "That he just wanted confrontation. He was told by the dispatcher stand down, don't follow this individual, he pursued it anyway."
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- Anderson Team | Anderson Cooper – Wed, Mar 21, 2012 1:03 PM EDT
On today's show, Anderson challenges Betheny to a push-up challenge... after hearing she's known to break into push-ups at parties.
The clip has been shared on the web all weekend. Now, take a look at the extended-clip from Bethenny's on-camera wardrobe malfunction on "Anderson."
Take a look at this unexpected reveal...
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"What is dwarf tossing?" Anderson Cooper asks Jen Arnold and Bill Klein, stars of the hit TLC reality show, "The Little Couple."Read More »from ‘Little Couple’ Jen & Bill Address Dwarf Tossing
"It's a horrible thing that some people call a sport," says Jen, "It's not a sport."
During her interview on "Anderson" (airing on Tuesday, March 20), Jen continues, "It's basically, where in a bar, if you are partaking of libations, adult beverages, a little person agrees to put a hat on them, a helmet for safety and some padding and they are thrown as far as they possibly can just because they are a little person. As you can imagine, that's not a very safe activity."
Despite being incredibly demeaning and wrong, State Rep. Ritch Workman, a Republican from Melbourne, Florida wants to repeal the law that made this illegal in the state of Florida.
Take a look at what Bill would say to Rep. Workman, if given the opportunity...
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Earlier this month, Jon Hamm made comments to Elle UK about Kim Kardashian, saying "Stupidity is being celebrated" and that "being an… idiot is a valuable commodity." His comments went viral, and during an appearance on "Anderson," Jon expresses how shocked he is that such comments can go viral so quickly.
"It's amazing I'm in a Twitter feud," the "Mad Men" star says. "I don't have a Twitter account and I'm not a big fan of feuding, so it's a very strange place to be."
Hamm goes on to discuss reality TV, and the type he enjoys.
Take a look...
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