A morning mix of entertainment headlines....

Chynna Phillips, dancing her last dance on “DWTS.” (Adam Taylor/ABC)

Chynna Phillips got kicked off of “Dancing With the Stars” last night after forgetting much of the choreography during her tango on Monday’s broadcast. So who’s still in this thing? That leaves David Arquette, Hope Solo, Rob Kardashian, Ricki Lake, J.R. Martinez, Carson Kressley, Chaz Bono and Nancy Grace. Just call them the elite eight. (TV Column)

Jared Padalecki — who plays Sam Winchester on the CW’s “Supernatural” — and wife Genevieve Cortese, who handles the recurring role of Ruby on the show, are expecting their first child. The couple married last February; Padalecki confirmed the pregnancy news on Twitter. (Digital Spy)

Richard Simmons’s rep says he’s “the healthiest he’s ever been” after an appearance on Monday’s “Dancing With the Stars” sparked online conversation regarding his frail frame. “He’s actually at the weight he was when we launched the original Sweatin’ to the Oldies,” Tom Estey, the rep, said. (People)

Adele leads the American Music Award nominations with four, including nods for album and artist of the year. The awards ceremony will be broadcast live on ABC on Nov. 20. (Reuters)

Minka Kelly and Derek Jeter hung out in Miami over the weekend in what may (or may not) have been a step toward getting back together. (New York Post)

The previously shut-down “The Lone Ranger” — to star Armie Hammer as the Lone Ranger and Johnny Depp as Tonto — is now back on. (Vulture)

How were the ratings for the Kim Kardashian/Kris Humphries wedding special? Find out after the jump.

The ratings for the Kim Kardashian E! wedding special were very good, but not amazing. The fifth season premiere of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” actually performed better than each of the two installments of “Kim’s Fairytale Wedding.” (Entertainment Weekly)

Here are 50 photos of dogs in “Star Wars” costumes. You’re welcome. (Best Week Ever)

Today’s Google Doodle celebrates what would have been the 90th birthday of Art Clokey, creator of “Gumby.” This is a huge day for Goo and Prickle. (Comic Riffs)

Nancy Travis, star of the new ABC sitcom “Last Man Standing,” will take your questions on The Washington Post Web site today at 2 p.m. Update: The chat has been canceled. Hopefully it will be rescheduled for a later date. (Wash Post)