NEW YORK (AP) - "America's Most Wanted' may have come to an end after 25 years. Lifetime network has confirmed it won't be picking up the crime-fighting series for another season. But the network says it's developing a pilot for a new project with John Walsh, who created "America's Most Wanted" in 1988. Hosted by Walsh, the series was a fixture on the Fox network until its abrupt cancellation in June 2011. During that run, the show helped bring almost 1,200 fugitives to justice. Lifetime revived the series in December 2011, ultimately airing 44 episodes. It most recently aired on the network last October. Walsh originally launched his crime-busting crusade in 1981, in the aftermath of the abduction and murder of his 6-year-old son, Adam.
LOS ANGLES (AP) - The girls really have the power on "American Idol," because it was the three remaining guys who were in the bottom three of voting. Burnell Taylor, Lazaro Arbos and Devin Velez got the fewest votes, with Velez at the bottom. Even though the crowd was chanting for the judges to use their power to save him from elimination and Mariah Carey was egging them on, Velez was still sent home. And if you want proof that shoes can make or break you on "Idol," look no further than Kree Harrison. She was jumping up and down in platform stillettos when Janelle Arthur was declared safe -- and Harrison fell smack on the floor.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - D.L. could be D.O.A. on tonight's "Dancing With the Stars." While the judges the say D.L. Hughley has improved, he still lags far behind the pack. His scores picked up a bit, too. But Hughley jokes the judges had used up all of their 4s on him last week. Disney kid Zendaya leads again in week two. Kellie Pickler is coming on strong, as well. She even made partner Derek Hough (huf) bleed a bit during their routine. Tonight we'll see the first elimination of season. Last week's scores are combined with this week's to determine who's going home.
UNDATED (AP) - The "Young and the Restless" is celebrating its 40th anniversary. The CBS show debuted on March 26, 1973. It's been daytime's top-rated soap since 1988. Now, the network says the show is looking to the future by adding younger members to the cast that includes such long-running characters as Nikki and Victor, and Katherine Chancellor. Y-and-R says it also works to hang on to fans through video chats, and getting the veterans to join their younger cast mates on Twitter.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Lorrie Morgan pours out her heart into her music, but she probably doesn't do it the way Taylor Swift does. Morgan says people shouldn't dog on Swift for that. She says Swift is young and making lots of money and having fun and dating -- and writing about it. Morgan says she doesn't write about her exes, but she could. Morgan also says if the people she does write about don't know it, they're "dumb." Morgan is collaborating with Pam Tillis on an album coming out this summer.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Shakira and Usher held their own as new coaches on "The Voice," although Usher needs a geography lesson. He referred to Nashville as a state. Blake Shelton would not let him live that down. Usher is on his way to building his team, though, with two singers. Team Blake picked up a guy who sang "Sexy and I Know It" on acoustic guitar, blonde identical twins and a 16-year-old whose first big performance was her audition for "The Voice." Team Shakira won over a musician who works as a roofer and a guy who surprised the judges because they thought only a woman could hit notes that high. Adam Levine has only one singer for his team, but she's got experience. She was supposed to be Michael Jackson's duet partner for his final shows and sang at his memorial service.
NEW YORK (AP) - How long could Richie Sambora of Bon Jovi play incognito at a New York market before being recognized? Not that long. Sambora recently played at New York's Chelsea Street Market during a weekday afternoon to raise money for MusiCares. He drew a crowd almost immediately. After the second song, he revealed himself and played "Living on a Prayer." You can watch Sambora on CBS.com as part of its "Tip Cup" online series.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) - A guitar that George Harrison and John Lennon both played is up for auction. Harrison played it while practicing "I Am The Walrus" during "Magical Mystery Tour," and Lennon played it while recording a video session for "Hello, Goodbye." Julien's Auctions estimates it will sell for between $200,000 and $300,000. The auction also includes a cape that Elvis had designed for his "Aloha From Hawaii" TV concert that was so heavy it dragged Elvis to the floor, so he didn't use it. That's estimated at $120,000. Six David Cassidy jumpsuits, a bright pink hand-painted Bette Midler costume and an autographed pillow Michael Jackson threw out of a Paris hotel window are also for sale. The auction happens May 18 in New York.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - While speculation heats up that Jimmy Fallon will replace Jay Leno as host of the"Tonight Show," Fallon is joking about it while Leno continues to ridicule his bosses in their monologues. Leno compared NBC executives to the snakes St. Patrick drove out of Ireland. This came after he was reportedly told to lay off the brass by an NBC executive. Fallon addressed the rumor at the top of his monologue. He said he wanted to talk about reports that he would be moving to 11:30, or as he said his parents called it "Eh, it's still too late." Then he said, "Actually, the rumors are true. NBC is turning the 'Tonight Show' into a diving competition," a reference to ABC's new reality show "Splash." The New York Times quotes a network executive as saying though the there's no deal yet, "there is no way on earth that this is not going to happen."
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Taylor Swift could get revenge against her ex Harry Styles at the Kids Choice Awards tomorrow night. They're both nominated in the category of Favorite Song. Swift is up for "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" and Styles' band One Direction is up for "What Makes You Beautiful." Swift is nominated for three awards in all. In the category of Favorite Female Buttkicker, the nominees are Anne Hathaway, Scarlett Johansson, Jennifer Lawrence and Kristen Stewart. The Favorite Male Buttkicker nominees are Robert Downey Junior, Andrew Garfield, Chris Hemsworth and Dwayne Johnson. Simon Cowell is one of the nominees for Favorite Villain but his show "The X Factor" was snubbed for Favorite Reality Show. "America's Got Talent," "American Idol," "The Voice" and "Wipeout" got nominations instead.