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Afterbuzz TV Reviews DWTS Season 23 Night One, New Hosts, And New Time

Afterbuzz TV has brand new hosts again to review Dancing With The Stars Season 23. The hosts are Annika Michelle, Christine Alexis, and Justine DiVanna. Also, they are reviewing the show AFTER it airs on Monday nights. Not sure if you are interested, but, they weigh in on Night One below. Let us know what you think in comments. I know one thing…I’m not agreeing for what they said on Derek at all! *clueless*

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Maksim Chmerkovskiy Writes On Dancing With The Stars, Amber Rose, And Preconceived Notions

Maks Chmerkovskiy is back with a new Dancing With The Stars blog at Entertainment Weekly. He’s excited to be back on the show as a dancer and to have Amber Rose as a partner. He can relate to her fans knowing “she’s not exactly what you think”. She’s “super nice”, she’s “awesome”, and he wants people to understand her (I’ve felt that many times too as a Madonna fan). Here is more…

She’s amazing. I know we have to say these things to give ourselves the chance to stay in the competition, you know, “We love each other! Everybody is super friendly!” But once in a while, everything you are supposed to say actually becomes a reality. She is super nice, and she’s a friend I hope to retain for as long as possible. She said herself just yesterday, “We’re gonna stick together.”

Amber is also a strong single mom, and she juggles a lot of things — there are a lot of opportunities coming her way right now. She’s been hustling since she was a teenager. I certainly can relate to becoming an adult at 14 or 15 years old and having to work and provide for the family. So in this competition, I want her to experience things she may have missed out on. Like, “Oh you’ve never been a princess? Let’s put you in a bedazzled freakin’ gown with 20,000 rhinestones on it.” (She walked and was like “Okay, I don’t like rhinestones or fringe.” I said, “Well, you signed up for the wrong show.” And then she put it on and said, “Oh my god this is amazing, I look amazing.”)

And I’m excited about this competition because of the type of person Amber is. She’s awesome, and I think her fans know that she’s not exactly what you think. I can relate to that. I want more people to understand her. And she did great last night! She said she blacked out, but at least we had the video to watch back. I’m hoping next week will be blackout free.

Maks also makes this statement on the protesters which I agree with….

That being said, there are a lot of people with a lot of opinions and they have the right to express them, but I don’t think this is the platform to do that. We celebrate everything but judgment and differences of opinion. We celebrate dance. And we limit our judgment of one another in the ballroom to “he did a bad heel lead” or “her frame sucks.”

I have a lot of beliefs, and I’m very strong in my opinions. I did not like what happened in Rio, and I was vocal about that, but it’s not the type of situation where everybody has to speak his or her mind. I mean we get it; s— went down, but we need to move on with life.

Ryan is a nice guy, and I really hope that he finds a way to let people know that. This is a good platform for that. I said the same thing about my partner Amber Rose. There’s a preconceived notion about who these people are based on some things that are in the media. DWTS allows for the opportunity to go and show people what else you want them to see. Then we’re able to know who you are aside from just the tabloids. That’s Ryan’s opportunity. Everyone is here for a reason, and I just want this season to go hiccup free from here on because to be honest, we really don’t have time for it. We have very late rehearsals and very early call times, so we just don’t have time for this stuff.

Lots more at Entertainment Weekly.

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Carrie Ann Inaba Writes On DWTS Season 23 Night One -What Happened Behind The Scenes And The Performances

Carrie Ann Inaba has written her first blog of Dancing With The Stars Season 23. She writes of what it was like in those moments LIVE on the show when the two protesters rushed the stage. She is proud of how the crew handled the situation and no one was hurt. She also writes on the performances. Below is more from She Knows.

I knew that no one else was seeing these men, but I realized that they were up to no good. Our team quickly handled them and removed them from the ballroom. I cannot say for sure, but I believe the “hecklers” were wearing jackets over their “Lochte” shirts until he performed. Luckily, they got no airtime and everyone was safe. After they were removed, I looked up and saw a few women with the same shirts on. Derek Hough also saw them and pointed them out to security during the commercial break, and we had them removed as well.

Our show has a first-class security team, and we are all family. We take care of each other. I am grateful for our team, and I’m grateful no one was hurt. I felt bad for Lochte in that moment because I realized the Rio Olympics incident will always follow him, but it’s important for everyone to know that it’s not the DWTS judges’ job to judge other people — but only to judge performances. Lochte is just another contestant on our show and will only be critiqued for his performances on the ballroom dance floor. I hope that there is some solace and safety in that for him, and that he will be comfortable enough to remain on the show. It’s my hope he will work hard like everyone else and stay focused on the task at hand, which is to learn how to dance.

Now, let’s go back to focusing on the premiere episode

DWTS is a show that encourages people to congregate, sit on the sofa with their friends and family and enjoy some good entertainment! The premiere was more than just the “Lochte Incident.” We had some stellar performances by James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess, Laurie Hernandez and Val Chmerkovskiy, and Terra Jole and Sasha Farber. BabyFace Edmonds and Allison Holker — along with Vanilla Ice and Whitney Carlson, Marilu Henner and Derek Hough — gave good showings and impressed us all as well. We also got to know a few new folks who still have lots of time to improve.

The premiere was more exciting than anyone could have imagined, and the shining stars at the end of the night, Val and Laurie, really helped to lift the mood in the ballroom after what was a really uncomfortable situation. I think DWTS has a responsibility to be entertaining and to be a place for positivity. There is enough going on in the world right now that makes the DWTS ballroom a sacred space — a place where we try to keep it heartwarming and fun, inspiring and entertaining.

To read Carrie Ann’s full blog, see She Knows.

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Extra Interviews The Cast Of Dancing With The Stars Season 23 On The Protester Incident

Can you imagine what Maks Chmerkovskiy was thinking when Peta was in the front row when the protester incident happened on Dancing With The Stars last night? Maks as well as some of the other pros and celebs weigh in with Extra below. More thoughts on the night with the cast in our first media post today.

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PureDWTS Season 23, Week 1 – Power Rankings

Well, that was all going so well and I honestly thought last night was going to go off without a hitch until some asshats decided to infiltrate the audience and turn it into their own personal platform for protesting Lochte. I don’t really care if you love Lochte or hate him – last night was not the night, the studio was not the place, the manner in which they protested was not acceptable. After that, it was as if all the air got sucked out of the ballroom, and everyone just wanted to go home.  It took the mickey out of Ryan’s performance, diminished the enthusiasm for Laurie’s (a bit), and if Twitter was any indicator, the viewers were more interested in talking about what happened with the protesters than who did well/who their favorites were.  *sigh* Guess there’s gonna be a bit of a need for more thorough screening of audience members and more beefed-up security, from now on…

Moving on from that, I’m left with some very mixed feelings about tonight’s show – there were some that did much better than I thought (namely Ryan, Rick, Terra, Rob, & Hinch), some that didn’t do quite as well as I would have hoped (Marilu, Amber, & Babyface), and some that just kinda left me scratching my head (namely Jake).  Part of me feels like the energy of the show was brought down a tad not just because of the protesters, but just the fact that the ballroom dances we were given seemed a bit…languid.  Not sure if it was a pacing problem or what, but it seemed like there just weren’t enough high-energy dances to break up the more flowing ones. Or maybe the ones that were supposed to be “high-energy” just…weren’t.  I dunno…just a weird pacing problem tonight.

Just as a reminder for the regulars and an FYI for the newbs, the power rankings are a rank of who I think is least likely to most likely to get voted off next week – those at the top of the list are safest, with decreasing estimates of safety as you go further down the list, with the couple at the bottom being my prediction for who goes home next week. It takes into account not only their score, but also how likeable they were, how memorable they were, how likely (or unlikely) the fans are to throw them votes, how big their voting fanbase is, etc. So if you’re here to say “Well so-and-so got a higher score than such-and-such, you should have them higher!” – you’re outta your element, Donnie. Let’s proceed… Read more..

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Dancing with the Stars Season 23, Week 2 – Who’s Dancing What…and When?

It’s “TV Night” for Dancing With The Stars Week Two. Below is what we know so far….

ETA: Gleb and Jana have an International Tango. James and Sharna’s TV theme is “The Walking Dead”. Vanilla Ice and Witney have a Fox Trot. Be sure to read and check out the new Media and Interview post for more. Adding: Via his snapchat, Derek and Marilu have a Fox Trot.

ETA2: Via People, Cheryl and Ryan have a Quickstep. He’s suffering from an ankle injury because of the Protester incident. Let’s wish them the best and hope he’s able to tackle the dance like they want.

ETA3: Jake and Jenna have a Cha Cha next week to “Go Diego Go”. You can listen to Jake talk about it and more here.

ETA4: James and Sharna have a Paso Doble. To listen to James talk about it, see this post. Note that their song has been changed, so, we’re not sure their theme is to “Walking Dead” like they first thought.

ETA5: Lindsay and Calvin have a Foxtrot according to her instagram.

ETA6: Via People, the rest of the songs and dances have been filled in. Thanks to Bia for the heads up.

ETA7 – I guess this is no surprise, but next week he better go in the front half of the show…along with Laurie.

ETA8: And here’s the whole order per George Pennacchio.

Maureen and Artem –  Quickstep (Song: Theme from “Brady Bunch”)
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PureDWTS Season 23 Week 1 – Interviews After The Dances, Scores, Photos, Extras

What a night on Dancing With The Stars! Despite protesters trying to disrupt the show, I thought the dances were all so good. And the opening number…I was wowed! The Pros and couples should all be so proud.

So, to start us off for more media today, see ABC7 and the Daily Mail for some lovely photos. East News has photos from the outside area “behind the scenes”.

Let’s take a look at the Scores again:
Laurie Hernandez and Val Chmerkovskiy (Cha Cha) 8-8-7-8. TOTAL: 31
James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess (Foxtrot) 8-8-7-8. TOTAL: 31
Marilu Henner and Derek Hough (Jive) 7-7-6-7. TOTAL: 27
Jana Kramer and Gleb Savchenko (Viennese Waltz) 7-6-6-8. TOTAL: 27
Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds and Allison Holker (Foxtrot) 7-6-6-7. TOTAL: 26
Calvin Johnson Jr. and Lindsay Arnold (Cha Cha) 7-6-6-7. TOTAL: 26
Vanilla Ice and Witney Carson (Cha Cha) 7-5-6-7. TOTAL: 25
Terra Jolé and Sasha Farber (Jive) 7-6-6-6. TOTAL: 25
Amber Rose & Maksim Chmerkovskiy (Foxtrot) 6-6-6-6. TOTAL: 24
Ryan Lochte and Cheryl Burke (Foxtrot) 6-6-6-6. TOTAL: 24
Maureen McCormick and Artem Chigvintsev (Viennese Waltz) 6-5-5-6. TOTAL: 22
Jake T. Austin and Jenna Johnson (Jive) 5-6-5-6. TOTAL: 22
Rick Perry and Emma Slater (Cha Cha) 5-5-5-5. TOTAL: 20

Below are some media reports and interviews. The cast weigh in on the Protesters and their dances…

E Online:

For more with Derek and Marilu, see Pure Derek Hough.

More with the rest of the cast…

Access Hollywood:

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Two Men Storm The Stage After Ryan Lochte Dances On Dancing With The Stars, Details For What Happened

Wasn’t the incident last night on Dancing With The Stars scary? I felt so sorry for Ryan Lochte. Enough with the hate already. Anyway, Entertainment Weekly has details for what happened. KUDOS to security, the judges, the crew, and Derek Hough for the way they handled the incident.

Two men stormed the stage of the Dancing with the Stars premiere Monday to protest Ryan Lochte’s participation on the ABC show.

The men wore t-shirts that featured the Olympian’s name crossed out. A group of seven to eight people wearing the same shirt encouraged them from the audience just as judge Carrie Ann Inaba began to give her critique.

“Excuse me, excuse me,” shouted Inaba, as a bit of the commotion appeared on camera. While a stunned Lochte and his partner Cheryl Burke stood in silence, Tom Bergeron took the show to break.

That’s when the ballroom erupted. While most of the crowd shouted in support of Lochte — who previously copped to “over-exaggerating” a story about a robbery at gunpoint in Rio de Janerio this summer — Derek Hough rushed in from backstage in an attempt to quell the protesters who yelled “liar” to the swimmer. “You need to get your negativity out of here,” he shouted at the group of men and women, who can be seen in the Tweet vid below.

“This is my home and I was just so shocked that people would come here and be so negative,” Hough told PEOPLE. “This is a safe place for people to learn a new skill and seek redemption or start a new chapter in their life and that’s what Ryan is trying to do and I just felt so defensive that someone would try and ruin that for him and for everyone watching, so I took it upon myself to make sure they were escorted out. I wanted to protect my home.”

Several security guards, meanwhile, quickly grabbed the two men — one of whom fell back into Lochte, Burke, and Bergeron. The men were then handcuffed and taken into custody by the Los Angeles Police Department.

More at Entertainment Weekly. Pure Derek Hough has more details as well. Here is a report from ABC7…

ETA: Below are reports from GMA…

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