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Rumer Willis Talks Of Joining The Dancing With The Stars Live Tour, Performs Toxic, And More On The Talk – Video

Rumer Willis was a guest on The Talk today. She talked about winning Dancing With The Stars and how she wishes she had become a Pro Dancer. She also spoke about performing in “Sway” and the new Dancing With The Stars Live Tour next. Rumer also performed Toxic” on the show while Dancing With The Stars partner Val Chmerkovksiy played the violin. You can watch the interview below. The Talk should be uploading the full episode soon at this link for those interesting in seeing her “Toxic” performance.

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"Dance is the hidden language of the soul" ~ Martha Graham. That's what DWTS makes me think of every Monday night. To read more about me and my other interests, see Lisa Kay Photography. You can also follow me at Voguerista Twitter & Voguerista Soundcloud.

Make Your Celebrity Wish List For Dancing With The Stars Season 21

Ok, Everyone, you’ve made your new Dancing With The Stars Pro Wish List for Season 21. What about your new Celebrity Wish List? Let us know your new picks in comments and may your wishes come true.

Meet you in comments with my list!! 😉

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"Dance is the hidden language of the soul" ~ Martha Graham. That's what DWTS makes me think of every Monday night. To read more about me and my other interests, see Lisa Kay Photography. You can also follow me at Voguerista Twitter & Voguerista Soundcloud.

Mark and Shirley Ballas Interviewed On DWTS Season 20 And Decisive Factor To Win: “Votes and talent or family connections?”

Mark and Shirley Ballas talked with Radar Online about Dancing With The Stars Season 20. Mark was disappointed he and Willow got eliminated too early. He thought Willow “got the short end of the stick”. I couldn’t agree more.

Votes and talent or family connections? Mark Ballas tells RadarOnline.com he’s not sure what was the decisive factor in Rumer Willis winning Dancing with the Stars.

When Ballas and Willow Shields were eliminated in the seventh week of Dancing With the Stars, fans were shocked, but no more than the professional dancer himself, he said.

“We just stared at each other. I was beside myself,” Mark told Radar in an exclusive interview while promoting the big “Smoke Out” day event in Times Square with his mother, Shirley Ballas. The mother-son duo have quit smoking together and dished on that feat, along with his crushing elimination on DWTS.

“I thought Willow got the short end of the stick,” Mark said. “It wasn’t fair.”

Fast-forward to a few weeks later and Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy took home the coveted Mirror Ball, with the help of her movie star parents, Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, along with a major push from their Hollywood friends.

“I guess when people vote they thought since we had such high scores from the judges that they thought ‘she’ll be alright,’” Mark surmised.

His mother concurred, and told Radar: “They networked. The whole family did their homework. It was great and amazing for them. And they got all their A-list friends to help. She definitely deserved it.”

Indeed, Ashton Kutcher and Gwyneth Paltrow both showed their support for Rumer, taking to their social media accounts to try and boost her numbers.

“People love the show, watch and root for people but they don’t vote,” Mark said about his experience being partnered with Shields.
“She should have been in the finals. She had the skills and the personality.”

But there are no bad feelings he told Radar, and complimented Rumer, saying: “She was awesome.”

To read the full interview including how they are helping others to quit smoking, see Radar Online.

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"Dance is the hidden language of the soul" ~ Martha Graham. That's what DWTS makes me think of every Monday night. To read more about me and my other interests, see Lisa Kay Photography. You can also follow me at Voguerista Twitter & Voguerista Soundcloud.

Sound Mixer/Supervisor Daniel McCoy Talks About The Audio Production Of Dancing With The Stats Season 20

ET Now has a fascinating article published on the production of Dancing With The Stars Season 20. Sound Mixer/Supervisor Daniel McCoy talks on how they raised the bar for the audio, sound quality, and more.

Due to the physicality of the routines, whenever the celebrities and professional dancers were rehearsing off the lot, the audio equipment would frequently be handled by both the cast members and audio crew. “Throughout the entire season, which began in February, we had zero ‘loss and damage’ for any of the DPA 4060s,” explains McCoy. “Not a single record of any damage at all.” For previous seasons, McCoy was provided with a competitor microphone for the production and can recall having mic heads pop off and connectors break, which ultimately led to audio cable failure. Often, the crew was left with up to 40 percent of the mics being destroyed.

McCoy also says that during this season period he noticed much better fidelity to his ear while using the mics. “I thought that DWTS was a really good demonstration of the DPA d:screet 4060’s ability and consistency,” he explains. “There are often things that you can’t control. A lot of the time, I couldn’t personally be present for every contestant rehearsal, so I had producers and talent mic’ing themselves. That’s always a red flag and prediction for disaster. In this case, with the steel housing jacket of the DPA 4060s, the production was flawless.”

Another reason McCoy chose the 4060s was that the output impedance of the mics has a higher sensitivity. “This feature proved beneficial when the producers, who are not trained audio technicians or engineers, were travelling all over the country with the contestants during rehearsals,” he explains. “In those cases, the 4060s provided the producers with maximum audio output so they didn’t have to tinker with the gain stages.”

To read the full article, see ET Now.

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"Dance is the hidden language of the soul" ~ Martha Graham. That's what DWTS makes me think of every Monday night. To read more about me and my other interests, see Lisa Kay Photography. You can also follow me at Voguerista Twitter & Voguerista Soundcloud.