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DWTS Season 20, Week 9 – Dancing by the Numbers

Well, there’s only one thing I’m reasonably certain of – Noah will make the finale. He might even win the whole damn thing and I wouldn’t be upset by that. Sharna (and CAI) did some amazing work last night. Just amazing.

As for the rest? Nastia had, by far, the strongest night of the remaining three – not that that means anything with this show. She’s handicapped by Derek…but possibly helped by his injury and that absolutely beautiful, tear jerking V. Waltz with Derek and Len. I cried. A lot. Something about a man Len’s age confessing he can no longer do what he loves. :::sob:::

Riker came in a very close second to Nastia for me. His first dance was absolutely fantastic – just amazing. The judge’s choice was really not that good. Too much Julianne…who couldn’t devote enough time to it to do it justice. Which is a shame, really, because Riker is a good, entertaining dancer.

Rumer had two good, solid dances but they suffered from the over hype (as is typical) by Val. It wasn’t all that, babe. I don’t even remember her first dance. Her second dance was a bit of a letdown. Interesting concept by Bruno, but I don’t think it served them that well. Both were well danced, as usual, but well danced doesn’t cut it in a semi-final where there is so much emotion.

But, all that said, the scores are close enough that anyone (except Noah) could be going home. I was surprised that they actually scored the first round fairly, handing out scores that I would have handed out. Shocking. But the two points that Rumer is down may not be enough to protect Riker or Nastia. It’s too close to call. If the weakest dancer last night went home, it would be Rumer. Not that she’s weak…but I think the other three had it over her. But something tells me that they’ve successfully brainwashed the audience into voting her into the finale. Out of Riker and Nastia, I tend to give Nastia the edge. But who knows? Let’s look at the leader board.

DWTS 20 wk 9 Table 1

Argh. Annoying that they gave everyone a 30 in the second round, when I think that neither Riker nor Rumer really deserved it. But, as they often do when it’s close, they throw it to the audience to make the decision. Something tells me they won’t make the right one this time around. We’ll see.

So, Noah is at the bottom of the leaderboard. Although I think he did an amazing, truly inspirational job this season, last night was the topper – but all that said, I would rather Rumer, Riker and Nastia go to the finale.  That ALSO said, I won’t be upset with whoever goes home tomorrow night. I got Derek for ten weeks regardless….and I have a feeling that maybe the producers have finally pushed him too far, so we might not see him on this stage again.

I digress. What does Noah need to make the finale?? Not much.

DWTS 20 wk 9 Table 2

That’s really nothing at this stage of the game and I think he makes it easily. I could be wrong. It’s always possible that one fan group or another gets over confident, or another fan group seeing that proposal knows they could be screwed.

Next is Rumer. Rumer is two points ahead of Noah and two points behind Riker and Nastia. Again, not a lot of work required for her to be safe.

DWTS 20 wk 9 Table 3

For Rumer to be safe tomorrow night, she needs ONE of the following things to happen:

  • Noah fails to get the 7,300 votes per million votes cast to beat her, OR;
  • Rumer gets 7,300 more votes per million votes cast than EITHER Riker or Nastia.

That’s it.  And I have no idea what will happen. For me, Rumer was the least memorable last night. She kinda faded into the woodwork. But they have a media machine going for them, in addition to the lion’s share of the actual show last night.

For Nastia or Riker to be safe tomorrow night, they need ONE of the following to happen (same rules apply to each of them since they are tied):

  • Noah fails to get the 14,600 votes per million votes cast to beat him/her, OR;
  • Rumer fails to get the 7,300 votes per million votes cast to beat him/her, OR;
  • One of them gets ONE MORE vote per million votes cast than the other.

No idea what’s going to happen.

But I have to make a guess. I think that Noah is passing Rumer and Riker for sure. Not so sure about Nastia, as she had the great Len tribute dance at the end of the show.  I think Noah is safe.

That leaves me with the other three. Based purely on demographics, I lean toward Nastia getting the one vote needed to beat Riker. Does Rumer get past her? Hard to say, but based on last night I would say no.  I *THINK* Nastia might be safe. But the other half of me thinks that Derek is too big a liability these days. I can’t decide.

I tend to think that Nastia gets the one vote over Riker. That would bring us down to Riker and Rumer. Rumer was more consistent last night, but Riker had the more exciting first dance. I kinda feel like the second dance let Riker down a bit. While I wasn’t overly impressed with Rumer’s second dance, I feel like it was better executed that Riker’s.

Honestly, I’m leaning toward Riker going home tonight but it could be ANYONE. I won’t be surprised by whoever it is.

One more week until Heidi can read books and sleep. 😀 Until MOVE Live on Tour starts up, anyway. 😉

 

 

May 12, 2015 I Written By

I'm a nerd and proud of it. Two degrees in geology also means I love BEER. :-) I'm also a Derek lover - proud of that too. So don't scream at those of us on this site and call us a bunch of "biased Derek-lovers" - it's just ME. :-) It may sound like I hate DWTS at times, but really, I'm just a snarky nitpicker from way back. And I'm cynical and jaded too. But I do love DWTS. :-)

PureDWTS Season 20 Semi-Finals Night One: Scores, Media, Interviews, And A New POLL (VOTE)

Wow, last night’s show was one of the best shows I have ever seen in all my time watching Dancing With The Stars. The Judges Choice dances took the couples and the show to a whole new level. So, what do you think: Would you like to see them bring back the Judges Choice dances again in the future like I would? VOTE in our new Poll and let us know.

Moving on, let’s examine the scores from last night again….

Riker Lynch & Allison Holker – 80 (40/40)
Nastia Liukin & Derek Hough – 80 (40/40)
Rumer Willis & Valentin Chmerkovskiy – 78 (38/40)
Noah Galloway & Sharna Burgess – 76 (36/40)

Next, how about some media? If you go to ABC, the Daily Mail, and Entertainment Tonight, you can view some beautiful photos and a special segment on Noah and his proposal.

As for the interviews….first, go to E News. All four couples are interviewed on the night. It was an emotional one for them all in different ways and everyone is happy with last night’s dances. And here are some more interviews (we’ll add more interviews to each section as soon as more are released)….

Afterbuzz TV:

Access Hollywood:

Got Pap (I couldn’t resist posting Maks and Peta seen after the show):

Keep checking back for updates and thanks for everything for reading, commenting, and all of your love and support for this site!! xx

ETA: Below is more….

POPTVDotCom (you can see Gleb Savhcenko, Elena Samodanova, and Adelina Sotnikova too!):

GMA:

ETA2: Fox News also talked with the couples. Be sure to see the link for more, but, below is a take…

Derek Hough was finally able to dance again for a complete number with Liukin after an injury marred his “DWTS” season and pro Sasha Farber had stepped in.

While Hough danced most of the routine, mentor Goodman did a few moves with Liukin at the end in a performance paying tribute to the veteran judge’s life.

On-the-mend Hough hopes to perform with Liukin if they make it to the finals, and the Olympian told reporters: “I think at the beginning of the season, I was more like, oh, the scores and the placement and now…Derek’s injury, and seeing the pain he’s been in…it’s taught me life is about the journey.”

ETA3: Here is a You Tube version of Noah and Sharna with Entertainment Tonight. Thanks to Andrea for the find…

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PureDWTS Season 20, Week 9 – Power Rankings

First, a commendation:  I actually thought all of the judges did a great job with their respective couples, and was pleasantly surprised at how creative they all got.  Definitely would not mind if they brought back the judges’ choice dance, in its current format, to the show next season.  Second, another commendation: tonight felt like the first night in a long time where there wasn’t really a big agenda behind the scoring.  I don’t think anyone got absurdly praised, and I don’t think anyone got absurdly punished – granted, the high level of dancing we saw tonight was a pleasant anomaly, but this was the first time in awhile where I didn’t feel like the judges were being underhanded with scores or critiques. It all seemed to fit nicely.  :-)

Not a whole lot else to add – just can’t believe it’s now week 9 and I only have one more week of this stuff before we enter the off-season…and I make it my personal mission to find Sasha a partner for next season :-) Read more..

May 11, 2015 I Written By

Ultrasound sales specialist by day, semi-knowledgeable DWTS fan by night...with a smattering of hair & makeup enthusiast, occasional model, and crazy cat lady peppered in to make things REALLY interesting ;-) I might pee my pants in happiness if Donnie Wahlberg ever does DWTS - or if they ever use "Sunglasses at Night" as a paso doble. Check out some of my other work at pureamericasgottalent.com!

Dancing with the Stars Season 20, Week NINE – Let’s Discuss Tonight’s Show!! (Spoilers)

Oy veh, Judges Choice.  I think this should be interesting. Also interesting is that only Nastia got two ballroom dances. Handicapping Derek once again – or trying to. I have faith he has come up with great dances – I just want him to do something else already.  He’s so above the petty manipulations of this show.

No clue as of this moment who will go home tomorrow night – not overly concerned about it either. I’m still thinking it would be fun to see Riker win – Val gets beaten by a pro with no real Ballroom pedigree?? Be sure to watch the DWM Twitter account. If you thought they were vile after Kellie beat Zendaya, I have a feeling they would reach new lows. 😀

Anyway…T-minus 15 minutes until a judge proclaims that Rumer should win because she’s just all that…

Great opening number!! Loved it.

Should I be timing this package of Rumer’s?? It seems to be going on forever. Feel for her on the bullying though.

Lots of Chmerkovskiy staples. Much walking in the beginning. Much staring in the middle. I feel like the rest of it was pretty good but I wasn’t overly impressed. It was ‘aight.

My favorite thing about Rumer is that she’s well spoken enough and confident enough that she doesn’t leave Val much time to talk. 😀  Oh sure, gotta interview Demi – anything that might help. Don’t know if it actually WILL help though…

Beautiful dance by Noah and Sharna – loved how she creatively mimicked his way of going up the stairs. Very nice touch. And an example of actual creative walking.

And Noah will be going to the finale. He may even win. :::sniff::: Can’t be upset by that. :-)

Michael Vartan, you hottie. :-)

Wow. Really good contemporary from Riker and Allison. That’s why Allison is on this show and I pity the pro going against her in that genre.  Except Derek. :-) And wow, Bruno just said he should make the finale. Perhaps he’s in the lead in recent weeks?

Rydell is like a Brittany Spears double.  Well deserved perfect score for Riker. Well done, dude.

Oh Geez, Nancy Lee Grahn – quit whining, Val ain’t been voted off yet. :::rolls eyes:::

Only three dances done and we’re nearly at the top of the hour.  Who’s gonna get shortchanged on TV time??

Answer: Nastia, apparently. We’ll see.  Very fast, very hard quickstep. I dug it. I thought I saw one funky little spot. But maybe I’m watching too hard. :-)

Yes, Julianne, you have been really hard on her. Nice of you to admit it. Now if we could just get them to admit to pimping….

Okay, two updates – the second dance of the night didn’t get going until about 8:20. The last dance of the night from package to cut away lasted less than 8 minutes. So, Rumer may have gotten the lower score, but she’s certainly hogging the camera time.

Second update. This bloggers opinion is that Rumer was the weakest dance of round 1 and Riker was the strongest dance of Round 1.

Rumer and Val’s Ballet Contemporary Fusion – suffered from overhype. It was a really good dance, but it wasn’t the spectacular spectacular that I was expecting.  I mean…really good, but… :::shrug:::

Aaannndddd…Rumer once again gets the lion’s share of the TV Time. Come on, DWTS. This is ridiculous.  Nastia gets 14 minutes to Rumer’s 30??

Holeeeee CRAP! Well, done CAI and Sharna and Noah!! Excellent dance. Noah just might win this thing.  I did hear Tom say, “How are we going to top this next week?” Good question. But damn – that was excellent.

20 minutes left and still two dances to go. Who still thinks going last in the Semi-final is a good thing, eh??

Oh dear. I think Jules kinda blew that AT for Riker. Too many props, too messy.  That’s a shame. If that gets a 30, Nastia should be guaranteed one as well. From the glowing comments…wonder if he’s killing it in votes or if all the judges are just going to do this for each other.

Nastia and Len. :::sob::: Man, heartbreaking to hear Len talk so frankly about not being able to dance anymore. :::sob:::

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I'm a nerd and proud of it. Two degrees in geology also means I love BEER. :-) I'm also a Derek lover - proud of that too. So don't scream at those of us on this site and call us a bunch of "biased Derek-lovers" - it's just ME. :-) It may sound like I hate DWTS at times, but really, I'm just a snarky nitpicker from way back. And I'm cynical and jaded too. But I do love DWTS. :-)

Derek Hough To Channel Len Goodman, DWTS Semi-Finals Rehearsal Interview

Check out this new People rehearsal interview with Derek Hough, Nastia Liukin, and Len Goodman. It’s making me tearing it up. See why below. For more on this weeks dances with Nastia, Derek, and Sasha, see Pure Derek Hough.

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I'm a fashion and music fan....and I have always loved dancing too of any kind. Dancing With The Stars seems to have this way of bringing all of those things together. One of my favorite dancing quotes at the moment: "No matter what, nobody can take away the dance you've already had...." ~Gleb Savchenko . For fun music and dance mixes, visit WilUnleashed Soundcloud.

Paley Center In Beverly Hills, California Holding An Evening Of Fun With The Cast Of Dancing With The Stars

This looks like it’s going to be fun. The Paley Center in Beverly Hills, CA is presenting an evening with the cast of Dancing With The Stars. For ticket information, see this official link. It’s also going to stream LIVE here. Be sure to attend and tune in if you can. Thanks to DWTSgossip for the heads up.

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May 10, 2015 I Written By

I'm a fashion and music fan....and I have always loved dancing too of any kind. Dancing With The Stars seems to have this way of bringing all of those things together. One of my favorite dancing quotes at the moment: "No matter what, nobody can take away the dance you've already had...." ~Gleb Savchenko . For fun music and dance mixes, visit WilUnleashed Soundcloud.

New Las Vegas Odds For Dancing With The Stars Week 9 Semi-Finals

The odds makers have placed their new bets for week 9 of Dancing With The Stars Season 20 at Sports Bovada. Note how Rumer is now leading the pack…..but, not by much. Take a look at the new odds and let us know in comments what you think.

Rumer Willis 2/3
Nastia Liukin 2/1
Riker Lynch 7/2
Noah Galloway 25/1

My thoughts: I think Nastia should be in first place. I am not feeling Rumer in the least as the best dancer in this competition. Plus, the more TPTB try to push her anc convince she is, the more I run the other way. In my opinion, Nastia is the best dancer with Riker secondly. I’d put Rumer in 3rd or 4th. I love Noah too and he can’t be counted out in the least.

Court and Heidi, what do you think?

Courtney: Oddsmakers and judges’ pimping aside – I still don’t see Rumer winning the whole damn thing.  Why? DEMOGRAPHICS. I’ve said it numerous times before, but I’ll relay my theory once more for good measure. Given that the main viewing demographic of DWTS is middle-aged women that tend more towards the conservative end of the spectrum, it’s no wonder that we’ve had so many Olympians and NFL players as champions – both could be considered symbols of national pride.  It also explains why vets like J.R. & Noah have such staying power, and why contestants like Bristol, Sadie, & Kellie were so popular.  So right off the bat – I see Nastia & Noah having a clear advantage in terms of demographic appeal, and I would not be at all surprised if those two were the last two standing (not sure it’s probable, given interference likely to be run by the judges, but it’s certainly POSSIBLE).  Riker seems to have nabbed the elusive youth vote, but relative to the middle-aged demographic, it’s hard telling just how much clout (if any) that demographic has – I’m guessing it’s not nearly enough to overcome the middle-aged women, which is why we’ve seen him in jeopardy numerous times.  So where does that leave Rumer? My gut says out in the snow – because I’m just having a hard time seeing a C-list (at best) actress who owes more of her fame to her parents’ names than her acting skills being able to steal enough votes away from a veteran, an Olympian, and a teen heartthrob in order to pull out a win.  It just doesn’t fit, demographically.  And who knows – if the goal all along was just to get Bruce & Demi’s presence in the ballroom by making sure Rumer stuck around, maybe the pimping will scale back, come finale time…because they reached their goal of making sure we saw the two A-listers week after week.  Or maybe the goal all along was to make Val “happen”, and the pimping will continue – but I daresay it will be an uphill battle for them against demographics, as they can only give Rumer so many perfect scores (be they deserved or undeserved) to keep her in the game, and she STILL has to get votes in order to win.  I will say this: if I can see the demographic writing on the wall as plain as day, so can TPTB – and maybe if they were so bound & determined to make sure Rumer/Val/Bruce & Demi/whoever won, they wouldn’t have included an Olympian and a Wounded Warrior in the cast up against them this season.  Juuuuussssst sayin’….

Heidi: While Courtney’s theory is extremely similar to my theory, the one huge problem I keep running into is named Derek Hough. Not just that much of the audience might not want him to win again, but that TPTB might not want him to win again – it’s bad form on a reality show for one man to win so consistently and it runs the risk of alienating a large (clearly not majority or he wouldn’t win so much) portion of the audience.  But what do you do when the guy is so clearly popular that you’ll move heaven and Broadway to get him on a season of DWTS?? Well, you get him on the show with *someone* that he can stick with a while, and pimp the crap out of Val to win – the odds of Derek winning are low. Cake and eating it too and all that. They get to have everything they want/need. Well, then Derek’s original partner drops out and their last hope is Nastia Liukin – an Olympian. Oy veh, what to do!! We must have D-man on the show but him winning is NOT helpful and we can’t exactly RIG the vote…so we must be our manipulative best and sway the hearts and minds of the audience so they vote Rumer. And that way, when Derek is so pissed off he walks away, Val will finally happen.  We know he’s going eventually, so…anyway, I would absolutely agree with the demographics that say that either Noah or Nastia are the most likely winners. But I fully expect a full court press to make sure that Rumer wins, regardless of the cost.  That means underscoring Nastia, and if that’s not possible, portray her in the worst possible light, while sunshine shines out of Val’s ass.  The only thing that could prevent this is if Val creates his own, much bigger drama. He certainly would’t be the first Chmerkovskiy to shoot himself in the ass.

May 8, 2015 I Written By

I'm a fashion and music fan....and I have always loved dancing too of any kind. Dancing With The Stars seems to have this way of bringing all of those things together. One of my favorite dancing quotes at the moment: "No matter what, nobody can take away the dance you've already had...." ~Gleb Savchenko . For fun music and dance mixes, visit WilUnleashed Soundcloud.

Dancing With The Stars Season 20 Teams Visit Children’s Hospital In Los Angeles, California – Photos

Yesterday Dancing With The Stars Allison Holker, Riker Lynch, Noah Galloway, Sharna Burgess, Rumer Willis, and Val Chmerkovskiy visited the Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles, California. If you’d like to view some really sweet photos of them all with the kids, see Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Facebook.

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I'm a fashion and music fan....and I have always loved dancing too of any kind. Dancing With The Stars seems to have this way of bringing all of those things together. One of my favorite dancing quotes at the moment: "No matter what, nobody can take away the dance you've already had...." ~Gleb Savchenko . For fun music and dance mixes, visit WilUnleashed Soundcloud.

Information On Dancing With The Stars Week 9 Dances, Judges Twist, Entertainment

E Online has released some information for Dancing With The Stars Week 9. Read on for more. This is going to be fun.

For the first time in the ABC reality hit’s 10-year history, the judges will be entering the competition. E! News has exclusively learned that each judge—Len Goodman, Julianne Hough, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli—is set to coach one of the four remaining couples leading up to Monday night’s performance show. They’ll have final say over their song, dance style and creative, which we’re sure Len is thrilled over! The judges’ choice dances will be scored by the three remaining judges.

Len Goodman will be with Nastia Liukin and Derek Hough
Julianne Hough will be with Riker Lynch and Allison Holker
Carrie Ann Inaba will be with Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess
Bruno Tonioli will be with Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy

and

In addition to the judges’ choice dances during Monday night’s show, fans can expect to see All-Stars champion Melissa Rycroft back in the ballroom, performing a routine from the upcoming Dancing With the Stars: Live! tour. Then, on Tuesday night’s elimination show, Flo Rida and the Teen Beach Movie 2 cast will stop by the perform before another celeb is ousted from the competition.

To read more, see E Online.

ETA: Below is a little more info from ABC….

Tuesday’s Result Show is Jam-Packed with Musical Performances by Flo Rida, Teen Beach 2 and a Special Performance presented by Almay
One Couple Will Be Eliminated on Tuesday’s Results Show

“Episode 2009” – Four remaining couples advance to the SEMI-FINALS on “Dancing with the Stars” this MONDAY, MAY 11 (8:00-10:01 p.m. ET). The competition is neck and neck as each couple fights to make it to the top 3 and dance in the finale. Noah Galloway, Nastia Likuin, Riker Lynch and Rumer Willis will perform two full routines including a Viennese Waltz, Quickstep, Paso Doble, Contemporary and Argentine Tango.

For the first time in “Dancing” history, each of our judges will be assigned a couple to coach for one dance, choosing their song, dance style and overall creative. The Judges’ Choice will be judged by the three remaining judges and will count towards their overall scores.

Judges will be paired with the below couples:

Len Goodman with Nastia Liukin and Derek Hough
Julianne Hough with Riker Lynch and Allison Holker
Carrie Ann Inaba with Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess
Bruno Tonioli with Rumer Willis and Valentin Chmerkovskiy

There will also be a special dance performance from the upcoming tour, Dancing with the Stars: Live!, featuring All-Stars Champion Melissa Rycroft dancing with Artem Chigvintsev, Valentin Chmerkovskiy, Keo Motsepe, Sasha Farber, Witney Carson, Peta Murgatroyd, Emma Slater, Jenna Johnson and Brittany Cherry.

“Episode 2009A” – “Dancing with the Stars: The Results” continues on TUESDAY, MAY 12 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET). It’s a jam-packed night that kicks-off with a simply American performance choreographed by Mandy Moore for Almay to honor the women of the U.S. Military.The unique performance will showcase explosive choreography and will feature both the Pro and Troupe dancers.

Viewers will also be treated to a lively dance performance from the highly anticipated Disney Channel Original Movie “Teen Beach 2,” the music- and dance-driven sequel to “Teen Beach Movie” premiering June 26 (8:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel. Stars from the movie including Ross Lynch, John DeLuca, Jordan Fisher, Kent Boyd, Raymond Cham, Jr., Will Loftis, Jessica Lee Keller and Mollee Gray will perform the high energy jazz number “Gotta Be Me,” the first single from “Teen Beach 2.”

Flo Rida will also drop by the ballroom to perform his hit “GDFR” and the end of the night, one couple will go home and three couples will advance to the finals.

Dancing with the Stars: Live is going back on the road giving fans the opportunity to see their favorite stars dance live in their hometowns. Hosted by Dancing with the Stars All-Stars champion Melissa Rycroft, the ‘Perfect Ten Tour’ is bringing a one-of-a-kind touring production to more than 40 cities across America starting June 13 and run through August 11. The tour includes pro dancers Witney Carson, Valentin Chmerkovskiy, Artem Chigvintsev, Peta Murgatroyd, Emma Slater, Keo Motsepe, and troupe dancers Alan Bersten, Brittany Cherry, Sasha Farber and Jenna Johnson. The dancers are unleashed in the 90-minute action packed live show, treating audiences to exciting and romantic performances, from choreography never before seen on the show, to some of the most memorable numbers from all ten years of Dancing with the Stars. Tickets are on sale now at http://www.dwtstour.com/.

Viewers will also have more access to the show than ever before with #DWTSAllAccess offering viewers a behind-the-scenes look with six live stream videos from key positions in the ballroom. #DWTSAllAccess allows fans to view livestreams from different angles of the ballroom, including the Red Room, Judges’ Table, Sky Box, make-up mirror, a wide shot of the dance floor and an exclusive behind-the-scenes series hosted by Gethin Jones that will feature exclusive interviews with celebrity couples. Additionally, viewers will have access to the DWTS rehearsal studio with live streaming videos available Tuesday – Saturday from 4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m., ET on ABC.com.

“Dancing with the Stars” features Julianne Hough, Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba at the judges table and is hosted by Emmy® Award-winning host Tom Bergeron (“America’s Funniest Home Videos”) and Erin Andrews (sports host & “Dancing with the Stars” Season 10 finalist).

May 7, 2015 I Written By

I'm a fashion and music fan....and I have always loved dancing too of any kind. Dancing With The Stars seems to have this way of bringing all of those things together. One of my favorite dancing quotes at the moment: "No matter what, nobody can take away the dance you've already had...." ~Gleb Savchenko . For fun music and dance mixes, visit WilUnleashed Soundcloud.

Sasha Farber Talks On Dancing With The Stars, The New Tour, Derek Hough, And More

Sasha Farber was a guest on KTLA this morning. He talked about how he has stepped in for Derek Hough on Dancing With The Stars. He talks a little on the new Dancing With The Stars tour and dances with the reporter too. To read more on Derek and Nastia, see Pure Derek Hough.

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I'm a fashion and music fan....and I have always loved dancing too of any kind. Dancing With The Stars seems to have this way of bringing all of those things together. One of my favorite dancing quotes at the moment: "No matter what, nobody can take away the dance you've already had...." ~Gleb Savchenko . For fun music and dance mixes, visit WilUnleashed Soundcloud.