Don’t forget to watch Dancing With The Stars Tom Bergeron on “A Capital Fourth” on PBS again this coming Monday night. He gets us all ready to party with him at a Yahoo Chat today. There is some talk on Dancing With The Stars too. He’s a kick as always!
Just a reminder: Dancing With The Stars Tom Bergeron will be hosting “A Capital Fourth” on PBS again. To read more details on the show, see PR Newswire. You can also see a cool commercial and backstage deal with Tom here. Tom also did some promo at Mix1073. Also, he’ll be taking part in a Yahoo TV chat tomorrow at 1:15pm ET for those interested.
— Yahoo TV (@YahooTV) June 29, 2016
Dancing With The Stars Tom Bergeron will be hosting “A Capital Fourth” on PBS again. Be sure to tune in for a great time in honoring our country’s 240th birthday. To read more details on the show, see PR Newswire.
— GavinDeGraw(@GavinDeGraw) June 9, 2016
Last night, some of the cast of Dancing With The Stars attended The Steve Irwin Gala Dinner including Tom Bergeron, Emma Slater, Derek Hough, Artem Chigvintsev, and more. You can view a few photos below. To see more coverage, see Getty Images and Pure Derek Hough.
— Tom Bergeron (@Tom_Bergeron) May 22, 2016
DWTS Tom Bergeron, Jenna Johnson, Hayley Erbert, And Shannon Holtzapffel Do Skit On The Late Late Show
Last night, Dancing With The Stars Tom Bergeron and troupe members Jenna Johnson, Hayley Erbert, and Shannon Holtzapffel were on the Late Late Show to do a skit with James Corden. Good stuff! I wish James would do Dancing With The Stars. He’d be a hoot! Check them out!
Tom Bergeron was a guest on KTLA today. He talked about all things Dancing With The Stars and more. He’s so cool! Check him out! Thanks to @Idolxfactor1 for recording.
I can’t believe we’re in week 8 already and the season is nearly over!! Shocking how fast this spring is flying by. I guess it’s all the sooner that I get to fly to NYC and see Derek on Broadway. 🙂 Speaking of Derek – Bindi is going to be in the audience tonight and, I suspect, next week as well since her family is having the Steve Irwin Gala Dinner in LA on May 21 – Tom Bergeron is the MC for the event and Derek will be there, as will BC Jean, who is performing. With or without Mark, I guess depending on if he’s in the finale or not. You can get tickets, if you’re in LA.
40 Minutes to show time. About. 😉
Hm. Opening number started great, had a TON of potential, great song…but it kinda fizzled towards the end and I’m not sure why.
Jaysus, starting with the stupid jeopardy call right at the beginning of the show.
Nyle and Peta are SAFE.
Peta is taking a pretty big risk here with the sound dropping out during their dance. I think it’s a brilliant idea but I’m a tad nervous. If they pull it off, they could well win the show.
Okay, that was freakin’ amazing. Still a little bit of a posture problem. It also seemed like the producers cheated a bit – they just turned off all the studio mics and didn’t stop the audience from clapping. Really though – he attacked it and I dug it.
I confess that the silence did choke me up a bit too. Aaannnnd…that score is about right.
Oh man, please tell me that Lindsay isn’t using the same staging as Derek did for Amber….
This is stupid. But YAY Paige and Mark are safe!!
Jodie and Keo are in jeopardy.
Antonio and Sharna also in jeopardy.
Well, that was a pretty good dance from Antonio but it started with Sharna doing all the work. And his arms were really weird.
Jodie and Keo – dude should stop reading this site.
Good Jive content, but were there a lot of breaks in that dance or was it just me?? Also wearing sneakers is a tad of a cheat.
All that gushing makes me think Jodie is leaving.
You mean to tell me that Jodie’s dance was a good as Paige’s last week and deserved a 30? No freakin’ way.
Mark does resemble Jon Snow a bit…
Not sure how I felt about that V. Waltz – it was pretty and then I got a bit confused by the choreo. I guess they were getting “frozen”?? Paige is an excellent dancer though. And I’m really glad that Mark didn’t go to crazy with the production. Very glad that CAI didn’t call that jump/lift thing they did. Risky.
And again, if Jodie gets a perfect score, Paige should be getting a 40.
Ginger and Val are safe. Wanya and Lindsay in jeopardy. And that should be the end of Ginger next week.
Ginger did a good job with that AT, but it wasn’t terribly exciting. It reminded me of Rumer, with the black costumes. I suspect they’ll give her 10’s to get her into the finale.
Glad we have another dance coming up. Val finally finds his choreo 8 weeks in and they’ll get her into the finale over someone like Paige who’s been amazing all the way through.
If you are fans of Wanya or Paige, you best be voting your fingers off. If Ginger gets a perfect score on the second dance, she’ll go to the finale unless you all kill it.
Fun package – very funny.
DAMN it. Slipped on the rag. Was going so well. Fun choreography, fast – enjoyed it…and then the slip.
Shut up, CAI. His mistakes all happened AFTER that slip. He recovered like a pro.
Why are people like Ginger not getting comments about pushing themselves?? Ginger’s been playing it safe since week 1.
I give up.
Bruno’s dance was fantastic – I love how the women danced together, then the men danced together and then Nyle and Jodie did as well. Jodie didn’t have enough attack and missed a step towards the end. I sure hope we’re not going to do the ridiculous “everyone gets a 10” BS. I’d give that one straight nines.
If they give Team Len 10’s I cry foul. That dance was just…blah. Not even Wanya could fix it. I kinda feel like we’ve been tricked – if we want Wanya to do well, we have to reward Ginger’s lack of latin hips.
This is seriously ridiculous. If the judges don’t have the balls to actually score each other, then they shouldn’t do this challenge.
Good dance from Team CAI – not quite as good as Team Bruno, I don’t think. It kinda ran out of steam at the end I thought.
Now for the elimination.
Antonio and Sharna are safe.
ELIMINATED: Jodie and Keo
Jodie goes out with a great deal of class.
How did we do?
Vogue: Said Jodie was leaving
NEXT WEEK Is double elimination. It’s going to be ugly folks. If you are a fan of either Wanya or Paige, I can’t stress voting enough.
Tom Bergeron talked with Larry King about everything from Dancing with the Stars Season 22 to his 15 years on America’s Funniest Home Videos and lots more. Go to the 23:00 minute mark to listen.
Our heartfelt condolences go out to Dancing With The Stars Tom Bergeron. He lost his Mom. As you know, it hasn’t been that long ago since he lost his Dad too. So, please keep him and his family in your thoughts and prayers!!! ((((((WE LOVE YOU, TOM)))))))) We are so sorry. Our hearts are with you on this very sad day!! Sending you much much love!!!XOXOx
— Tom Bergeron (@Tom_Bergeron) March 5, 2016
I don’t remember us posting on this. When I read it this morning, I cried. What a beautiful writing by Tom Bergeron on his hometown, growing up, his family, and how he got to where he is today. From The Boston Globe, “From Haverhill to Hollywood”. A must read….and while you do so, keep in mind Tom wrote this a month before his Dad died….
‘A little shack by the railroad track.”
That’s how my parents would affectionately refer to my childhood home in Haverhill. “Shack” was crucial for achieving the rhyme but inaccurate for describing the house. Built in 1925, it might not have been a mansion, but it was hardly a candidate for Shanty Town. Literally the “last house on the left” on a narrow dead-end street, it had one small bathroom, three modest bedrooms, and, beginning in my high school years in 1971, a comparatively sizable addition that quickly became the home’s social centerpiece.
Not all of the rhyme was exaggerated. We did live near an active railroad track, a winding river, and thick, inviting woods, which, taken together, provided a setting for countless flights of imagination.
As I child, I convinced myself that the adjacent tangle of trees was, at various times, populated by Nazi soldiers, extraterrestrials, Dracula, the Mummy, and Bigfoot. So of course on a given summer’s day, or after a grueling few hours in grade school, I would bravely disappear down its haphazard dirt path to see whether I could find them. I never did. A stray bunny, occasionally, but never a goose-stepper or vampire.
I ran away from that home once. This was due, no doubt, to some cruel indignity foisted upon me by my parents (“No, eat ALL of your vegetables!”). I “ran” about 20 yards to an opening in the brush by the dirt path. I brought with me a pillow, a wind-up alarm clock (a runaway doesn’t want to oversleep), and a peanut butter sandwich….
More at The Boston Globe.