TV Tonight: Sugar Bowl 2011, Biggest Loser and Live To Dance
Sugar Bowl 2011 Ohio State – Arkansas, The Biggest Loser Season 11 premiere and Live to Dance.
Sugar Bowl 2011 will air tonight as Terrelle Pryor and the Ohio State Buckeyes take on Ryan Mallett and the Arkansas Razorbacks in a game surrounded by controversy. Jillian Michaels will return tonight with her final season of The Biggest Loser and Paula Abdul will premiere her brand new dancing show, Live to Dance. Whether its sports, weight loss or dancing that you like, you will be quite entertained with these three shows.
Sports fans are gearing up for tonight’s 2011 Sugar Bowl as the Ohio State Buckeyes (OSU) match up against Ryan Mallett the Arkansas Razorbacks. Perhaps the most talked about issue with tonight’s Sugar Bowl is not who is going to win but the recent suspensions of five OSU players. Star QB Terrelle Pryor and four other teammates were recently granted a “delayed” suspension because they were caught selling memorabilia. The controversy stems from the fact that they were supposed to be suspended this season but the NCAA has delayed all five of their suspensions until next season. So even if Ohio State beats Arkansas tonight in the 2011 Sugar Bowl, people will complain that they shouldn’t have because 5 of their players should not have played in the game. Let the kids play; don’t get your panties in a bunch people. Tune in to watch the Sugar Bowl at 8:30|7:30c on ESPN tonight.
Jillian Michaels returns for her final season of The Biggest Loser which will premiere tonight on NBC. The weight loss competition has captured hearts across the country and has really become a cultural phenomenon. I mean I am happy for the contestants on The Biggest Loser but I don’t see myself ever watching the show. Catch The Biggest Loser Season 11 premiere tonight at 8|7c on NBC.
Last but not least is Paula Abdul’s big return to primetime television. We know her from her stint on American Idol but now she has moved on to dancing. Her brand new show “Live to Dance” will feature dancing groups from across the country as they battle it out for $500,000. Critics are hesitant at how the show will do but you never know, the ratings may sky rocket as Abdul may have a hit on her hands. Tune in tonight when Live To Dance premieres at 8|7c on CBS.
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