Apart from that, how was your weekend?
... brought to you by Sacha Baron Cohen at the Oscars just before he poured the ashes of Kim Jong-Il all over Ryan Seacrest in what was easily the least interminably boring part of the evening. For all your Oscar information, you may click here. (Michael Buckner/Getty Images).
These stars will be dancing "TMZ has learned the secret identities of THREE new celebrity contestants on the upcoming season of "Dancing with the Stars" - most interesting ... Heather Locklear's ex and "Melrose Place" actor Jack Wagner. You'll recall Jack and Heather got into an epic fight in December that triggered a 911 call. Sources connected with the production tell TMZ, Sherri Shepherd from "The View" will also be competing in the upcoming season ... which kicks off next month. As for the third - that would be "Little House on the Prairie" star Melissa Gilbert, who was rumored to be on last season ... but that deal fell through."
Walking Dead casts The Governor Coming Soon: "David Morrisey has landed a key role in the upcoming third season of AMC's "The Walking Dead", AMC has announced. He'll play The Governor, a character who made his debut in issue 27 of the original Image comic book series. His real name Brian Blake, The Governor is the leader of Woodbury, a small settlement of survivors. He becomes the chief antagonist for Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his group. The Governor will appear in "The Walking Dead" season three, a 16-episode order from AMC, which begins production this spring in Atlanta ... Along with his work in television, Morrissey is also known for his leading roles in feature films such as The Reaping, The Other Boleyn Girl, Centurion, The Water Horse, Nowhere Boy and Blitz."
Why Seal won't stop talking People: "Seal has been very candid about the demise of his marriage to Heidi Klum – and now he's defending his decision to speak so openly about the subject. "When you publicize your marriage as much as our marriage was publicized, when you renew wedding vows, when you do all those things, what you are saying to people is ... you're giving people a picture of an ideal relationship that people aspire to," the singer said on the Fifi and Jules radio show in Australia, where he's working on that country's version of The Voice and performing his "Soul 2" tour. Seal, who turned 49 last weekend, says that he felt an obligation to give the public a window into why his marriage ended because he and Klum had been so open about their relationship in happier times. "When it goes south, you can't all of a sudden take the philosophy of a monk and decide to go for a vow of silence. It doesn't really work like that," he said. "I respect my wife's decision not to talk about that, but I felt that people at least deserved some kind of explanation why the picture of the ideal wasn't what they thought it was."
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