For those interested, you can listen to Afterbuzz TV review Dancing With The Stars Week 7 in the stream below. Note that this week’s guest is Shirley Ballas. The show starts around 8:05pm ET. The video below will also work after the show in case you missed it. Be sure to let us know what you think in comments.
Watch Dancing With The Stars Season 22 Week 7 “DWTS All Access”: Behind The Scenes, Interviews, And More
Dancing With The Stars Season 22 “Dancing All Access” is about to begin! You can watch all the “behind the scenes” coverage and interviews LIVE in the video below.
In case you missed it, George P tweeted the dance order and I have updated the Who’s Dancing post. Based on that, I think perhaps my guess that the entire Men’s team will be called safe might be wrong. I suppose they could still do it, but I’m less certain. 🙂
Here’s to hoping for some good dancing!!
Man, the opening pro numbers just don’t have the pizzaz that they used to have. See seasons 5 or 6 for good examples.
Complaining about your scores is nearly a sure fire way to get Len’s knickers in a twist. 🙂 You can tell Keo is friends with Val and Maks by the opening of that dance. Read more..
DWTS Mark Ballas And BC Jean Perform At BritWeek’s 10th Anniversary VIP Reception & Gala, Karina Smirnoff Attended
Mark Ballas and BC Jean attended and performed at BritWeek’s 10th Anniversary VIP Reception & Gala. You can see some photos below. Note how Mark was pictured with Paul Oakenfold (remixer for Madonna and many other artists). Karina Smirnoff was also in attendance. Click on the photos to see more.
Aren’t these some gorgeous photos of Karina Smirnoff and Anna Trebunskaya At The 2016 Emerald Ball. Anna took a video too. Thanks to Jim for the heads up.
Karina Smirnoff Chats Of Her Sad Elimination With Doug Flutie, His Dedication, Her New Studio, And More
Karina talked on her sad elimination with Doug Flutie on KTLA today. She also talked on her new dance studio. Below is more….
Carrie Ann Inaba has written about Dancing With The Stars Week 6 at Access Hollywood. Wanya and Lindsay was her favorite this week. She gives advise to all the couples. She also talks on who was in the audience and more. Interesting for what she said on Leona Lewis. We better put her on our Rumor/Watch list.
ETA: According to a few fans in comments (thanks, Guys), Leona is dating Dennis Jauch (one of my new favorite dancers on the troupe). So, that may be why she’s been seen in the audience so much.
On a side note, I’ve seen Leona Lewis in the ballroom three times this season. I wonder if she is considering being a contestant on the show. Last night the audience was filled with fun folks. Michael Sam was in the house, Marissa Jaret Winokur an Lance Bass and Joey Fatone from *NSYNC all came for famous dances night. Famous Dance Night at DWTS can be a challenge because when you reenact an iconic dance, you are stepping into some very large shoes to fill. And last night’s dances were not easy dances to reenact. I would say the most difficult ones were, Michael Jackson’s “Bad,” choreographed by Jeffrey Daniels, Janet Jackson’s “Nasty,” choreographed by Paula Abdul, and Pink’s “Try,” choreographed by RJ Durell and Nick Florez. Because these dances were music videos, they were created to specifically highlight the singer’s unique style. They weren’t only about great dancing. The chore of the DWTS choreographer was to find a way to recreate these dances with their nonprofessional dancer and highlight what is great about them without losing what was great about the original. Once again, just a quick shout out to all the dancers who choreograph these routines every week.
Wanya and Lindsay were my favorite this week. That number was way too cool for school and has anyone noticed how thin Wanya is getting? He’s lost so much weight and he’s getting even better as he thins out. The choreography was incredible and really cool and innovative. They reminded us of the original performance with the intro but Lindsay and Wanya took it to a new level and owned that dance. They owned the night as far as I’m concerned. And Bruno agreed. Antonio came back with a bang… it was fun to see those feet in action. His Jive was very well suited for his athleticism. When he did those shuffles the beginning, his feel barely touched the ground. And that performance closed the night with a bang. I’m proud of him for what he taught us all about teamwork with his discussion with Sharna, but anyone who knows Sharna knows she’s 100% behind him and with him for the long haul. She’s a dedicated partner and he has nothing to worry about. But I will say that I (and the whole ballroom) were deeply moved by his teamwork speech. Go Steeler Nation.
Can’t wait for next week! Double Elimination. These couples better work hard this week and give us their best, because this season the competition is fierce. There is no consistent front-runner. It’s going to be a close race all the way to the end!
More at Access Hollywood including some cool behind the scenes photos.
For those interested, you can listen to Afterbuzz TV review Dancing With The Stars Week 6 in the stream below. The show starts around 8:05pm ET. The video below will also work after the show in case you missed it. Be sure to let us know what you think in comments.
Just a few more interviews. First, you can watch Extra backstage talking with the couples last night after the show.
Also, below is Rumer Willis talking to Entertainment Tonight about whether she’d ever do an All Stars or be a Judge on Dancing With The Stars and more….