Kim Zolciak gave Good Morning America an update on her health condition. She’s doing much better, but, she doesn’t feel it was fair that she couldn’t dance after her health scare. Alfonso Riberio was also interviewed on Good Morning America today. They talked with him about America’s Funniest Home Videos, but, he also talked a little about Dancing With The Stars a little and how much he loves being part of the show. Thanks so much to @idolxfactor1 for being so fast with footage as always.
What beautiful photos of the dances this past week on Dancing With The Stars. To see more, click on any of the pics.
Hey All! Kristyn Burtt and the Gang review Dancing With The Stars Season 21 Week 4. Let us know what you think in comments as always!
ETA: Correction as Kristyn is absent. On another note: Sasha Farber is their guest!
*looks around* Wow, Alfonso hosted DWTS and the world didn’t end. Right on! Seriously, though, I though the guy did a pretty damn good job – his pacing was good, he didn’t talk too much, and he kept things moving. I’m sure there are some that would disagree, but as for me? I’m just thankful that he stepped in for Tom and seemed to minimize any potential disruption that Tom’s absence caused. But the joke about joining the band? Played out, dude. Pun intended 😛
One rather strange observation about last night’s show? The running order – it struck me as kinda odd, and I wasn’t the only one. Seemed like they actually front-loaded the show with good dances, and relegated some head-scratchers to the end of the show. Seemed…backwards. I would have moved Andy, Paula, and Carlos to the first hour; and probably moved Hayes, Tamar, and Alek to the back. Not much else to add, just that it all seemed kinda out-of-order to me, given the quality of the dances.
Other noteworthy moments? Allison announcing her pregnancy – my god, that child is going to be gorgeous and talented. And it leaves the door open for Lindsay to remain a pro next season, which makes me happy 😀 And who doesn’t love Sasha channeling Bruno circa 1983, in one of his “I’m Still Standing” getups? Guess I’m just thankful that it wasn’t the bizarre black man-leotard thingie… 😎
Did @DancingABC accidentally tip their hand with regards to the switch-up? They tweeted out this eyebrow-raiser right before Alek performed – and it has since been deleted. Someone told me that the phone votes were saying “Thanks for voting for Alek & Sharna!” as well, but it didn’t do it for me. Just a senior moment, or someone inadvertently tweeting about next week’s pairings? You be the judge.
Special thanks to @IdolXFactor1 for this GMA recap of last night’s show, but, check out the end. They announce Maks Chmerkovskiy will be a guest judge next week on Dancing With The Stars. Oh boy, buckle up your seat belts…
What a show last night!! From one dance to the other, I was mesmerized and in awe of how great each couple is and in different ways! Below are the scores which I pretty much agree with. Though I think the judges should have given Bindi and Derek all 10’s. But, wow, what a tight competition we have this season.
Bindi Irwin & Derek Hough 9-9-10 28
Tamar Braxton & Valentin Chmerkovskiy 9-9-9 27
Nick Carter & Sharna Burgess 9-9-9 27
Hayes Grier & Emma Slater 9-9-9 27
Carlos PenaVega & Witney Carson 9-8-8 25
Alek Skarlatos & Lindsay Arnold 8-8-8 24
Andy Grammer & Allison Holker 7-8-8 23
Alexa PenaVega & Mark Ballas – 7-7-7 21
Paula Deen & Louis van Amstel 6-6-6 19
Gary Busey & Anna Trebunskaya – 6-5-6 16 (Eliminated)
For recaps and interviews, keep scrolling down though you’ll need some tissues for a few of them. Note too how the couples talk on Switch Up Week. They find out today (Tuesday) who they are paired up with and what their dances will be.
I love how Gary says he’s not going home and that we’ll still feel he and Anna’s spirit dancing…
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Nice to be home alone to watch a show this season!! Looking forward to what kinda crap they will let fly tonight. And, also, sending all my best wishes and prayers to Tom Bergeron and his family.
T-minus 15 minutes!!
Great concept, but man, if anyone else had made that large of an error?? Wow. What did they do to Nick with his Jive? Curious to see the scores.
Okay, those scores are about right. Now…what happens with everyone else and is she in danger for next week?
Okay, I watched what Erin said three times about elimination and I still didn’t get her. WTF?? Read more..
Watch Dancing With The Stars “behind the scenes” LIVE coverage and interviews during the show below. This is always a blast…
Maybe one of these days I’ll get my numbers done some time during the week. 🙂 Is anyone even HERE on a Saturday besides me? It’s cold and wet outside, and I’ve been away for weeks, so I’m enjoying myself. ETA: Being away made me miss that supposedly this weeks elimination will be the result of Week 2/Night 2 scores and votes combined with Week 3 scores and votes. The result of me adding in Week 2/Night 2 are rather interesting. Scroll to the bottom if you’ve already read the first installment.
I was working on the assumption that Gary would be the next to go, despite how entertaining he is, because he’s not a great dancer and he’s crazy and he’s been “in jeopardy” a couple times. As a refresher, remember that sometimes being in jeopardy is a warning sign and sometimes it’s meaningless…and sometimes they want the person in jeopardy to get some votes (see: Andy). We don’t usually know until the end of the season how they’re using it. Anyway, I was working on the assumption that it was Gary, but then I looked at the scores. Now I’m not so sure. At all. Read more..
Hey All! If you live in the California area (or even if you don’t), be sure to see “Forever Tango” in San Francisco at the newly remodeled Herbst Theatre. You can see the show from December 20, 2015 to January 10, 2016 on specific dates. Dancing With The Stars Anna Trebunskaya and Dimitry Chaplin are the leads. Below is more information from Broadway World. There is also a show at the American Bank Center Selena Auditorium in Corpus Christi, TX on November 7th. For more information on this show follow Dmitry Dream Team Facebook for all the latest.
Luis Bravo’s FOREVER TANGO, the internationally celebrated entertainment event that has been seen throughout Europe, North America, South America, Asia, and Australia, will beguile and ignite San Francisco audiences at San Francisco’s newly remodeled Herbst Theatre for a strictly limited three-week engagement – December 20, 2015 – January 10, 2016. Starring Anna Trebunskaya and Dimitry Chaplin of “Dancing with the Stars” – and featuring vocals by Marcela Rios – FOREVER TANGO features 12 world-class tango dancers and an on-stage 11-piece orchestra anchored by the bandoneón – the accordion-like instrument that is the mainstay of tango music – in an evening that celebrates the passionate music and dance of Argentina.
Tickets for FOREVER TANGO range in price from $25 – $85. VIP tickets are available for $125 and include a meet-and-greet with Trebunskaya and Chaplin (90 minutes prior to performance), preferred seating and a FOREVER TANGO CD. All tickets can be purchased now online at cityboxoffice.com , by phone at (415) 392-4400 or in person at the City Box Office [180 Redwood St. Ste. 100].
“San Francisco has one of the most vibrant and active tango scenes outside of Buenos Aires,” says Luis Bravo, creator and director of FOREVER TANGO. “Ever since our first engagement in 1994, FOREVER TANGO has captured the hearts and passion of the San Francisco Bay Area. We look forward to our return engagement this December!”
Sensuous and sophisticated, the tango inhabits a world where everything can be said with the flick of a leg, the tug of a hand, the tap of a foot and the arch of an eyebrow. Hailed as “a must-see!” by the New York Times, FOREVER TANGO was voted “Best Touring Musical” by Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle in San Francisco where it played an unprecedented 92 weeks at the Theatre on the Square and has returned season after season. Truly an international event, FOREVER TANGO was also awarded the coveted Simpatia Prize at the 1996 Spoleto Festival in Italy. FOREVER TANGO opened on Broadway in June of 1997 for what was expected to be an eight-week engagement, ran for 14 months and has since performed on Broadway on three separate occasions.