You can view some breathtaking photos below which reflect what we saw on Dancing With The Stars last night. You can view even more here.
Wow, what a night! All the dances were so good. However, I was so sad to see Terra and Sasha eliminated, but, this is one couple I will never forget anytime soon. What a firecracker she was. She indeed is the “eye of the tiger” in every way in life and she taught us about never giving in at any cost no matter what life and other people throw at you. Sasha couldn’t have been the most perfect partner for her. He was so sweet and loving. The cuteness factor between was off the hook every week. What’s more, their dances were phenomenal. WELL DONE Sasha and Terra! We will never forget you!
So, let’s review the scores….
Laurie & Val 30 (10, 10, 10), Trio 30 (10, 10, 10)
James & Sharna 29 (9, 10, 10), Trio 30 (10, 10, 10)
Terra & Sasha 30 (10, 10, 10) Trio 30 (10, 10, 10) Eliminated
Jana & Gleb 28 (9, 9, 10), Trio 30 (10, 10, 10)
Calvin & Lindsay 26 (8, 9, 9), Trio 30 (10, 10, 10)
Fox News also interviewed the couples. Below is a take with Calvin & Lindsay and Sharna and James. Be sure to read the link for more from the others.
He and partner Lindsay Arnold had a slip in their first routine, causing Judge Julianne Hough to exclaim, “Oh, shoot! I’m so upset.”
After the show, Arnold explained to FOX411, “We both got a little excited. We both did more rotations than we’ve ever done. We just had a little moment.” They came back strong in the second dance.
Meanwhile, race car driver James Hinchcliffe wound up the night second to Hernandez after an Argentine tango that scored 29–and 30 points for a polished jive trio dance for a total of 59.
On camera, his girlfriend Rebecca Dalton told how they had met in high school and his fellow race car driver friends remembered Hinchcliffe’s determination to come back from a near-fatal crash last year.
Hinchcliffe was thrilled to be dancing again with his original partner Sharna Burgess after she had to sit out two weeks with an injured knee.
Burgess told reporters backstage after the time off, “I feel really strong….I think our reunion dance was pretty epic…[I have] no pain whatsoever. I got the best treatment available in the country with Dr. William Seeds in Ohio.”
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Oh look, they all have cute little titles tonight. The knockout (Jana), The Breakout (James)…underdog (Terra)…charmer (Calvin). Read more..
Dancing With The Stars Season 23 Semi-Finals are about to begin. We plan to post videos courtesy of @Idolxfactor1 below as the show progresses. So, stay tuned and keep checking back. 😉
And here we go….
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Dancing With The Stars Season 23 All Access is about to begin for the Semi-Finals! You can watch all the “behind the scenes” coverage and interviews LIVE in the video below. You can also watch it at the Official Site here.
Below is a new interview with Laurie Hernandez, Val Chmerkovskiy, And Maks Chmerkovskiy. They give a little preview into tonight’s Trio dance and more.
Terra Jole has written a new blog for People. She is ready to Rumba with Sasha Farber and Artem Chigvintsev. Read on….
This week has a very Latin feel. I’ll be dancing a rumba with Sasha and a tango with Sasha and Artem Chigvintsev!
It’s my first week dancing with another man, and I like it! Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love Sasha and feel completely connected to him. However, having Artem’s energy in the room is fantastic!
I was worried at first because he is so unlike Sasha, but we are blending into a beautiful trio of dance. I’m a sexy detective and they are my suspects. Who’s excited? I am!!!
Aside from learning how to dance, this experience is exposing a confidence and strengths that I never knew I had. My perseverance through the tough moments has changed as well. I’m not giving up and I’m giving each dance everything I have to shine through to the finals!
And we’re pulling out all the stops and trying new tricks and dances to get me to that finale next week. For the first time I’m acting sexy on the dance floor. I have to serve the best sexy Terra possible and give it 200 percent or it will come out horribly!
More at People.
Ginger Zee of Good Morning America was at camera blocking yesterday for the Dancing With The Stars Semi-Finals. You can watch her interviewing Val & Laurie, Lindsay & Calvin, and Sasha & Terra. Ginger also talked on the other two couples. She also makes a prediction for who will win the season (want to guess first before watching? Yes, you are right.). Thanks to @Idolxfactor1 for recording….
Terra Jole and Sasha Farber talked about the semi-finals and more in a fun chat with fans today. They are so adorable as always. Thanks to @Idolxfactor1 for recording.
This has the potential to be an interesting week, from the standpoint of who goes home. The margins are relatively small (for this late in the game) and this could get REAL real fast. We can hope.
But first, Courtney commented on the fact that Jana has been in or near jeopardy quite a few times now. If you want to read the research I did on Jeopardy a few seasons back, please do so before spouting off and telling me it means nothing. Anyway, I went back and looked at that post, and sonic did a little work up for me as well which included more recent seasons. Anyway, my original conclusions haven’t fallen apart with the arrival of Rob Wade. It’s still true that if you make multiple appearances in jeopardy you’re more likely than not to be eliminated – often soon. This is even more true if you are the last person to be called safe. Being the last to be called safe sometimes gives the couple the kick they need to last a couple weeks – but after a second time? No. Lots and lots of people have made two appearances in jeopardy and were last to be called safe. What appears to be true is that if you are last to be called safe twice, you don’t win the show. That has happened ONCE in 23 seasons – Rumer Willis. Coincidence? I think not. Prior to Season 17, if you had only been in Jeopardy and were last to be called safe even one time, you didn’t win the show – with 3 exceptions: Donald, JR and Jennifer Grey, but her season was really strange in that all of the 5 were in jeopardy most often while the rest weren’t. That season they seemed to be trying to keep the eliminee a surprise all the time by putting the top people in jeopardy. An experiment, if you will. Read more..