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Maksim Chmerkovskiy Looking Forward To The Finale And Performing With Amber Rose And Emma York

Maksim Chmerkovskiy explains his dance this week with Laurie Hernandez and his brother Val in his new blog at Entertainment Weekly. It was a great experience and an emotional one too. He also gives his thoughts on the final four. Note that next week he is not only performing Qith Amber Rose, he’s also doing a piece with with Emma York. Here is more…

On the final four in the finale

I thought Jana stepped it up this week. I saw the dress rehearsal and I didn’t like the dance too much, so the fact that it came out the way it did was a testament to their continued hard work. Though, I have to say, I don’t think Jana is someone who has necessarily improved over the season when I consider everyone else. Even Laurie — who came in very much as a ball of muscle and already in shape — we’ve seen transformation into more of a performer than she was at the beginning. The same with Calvin; I would say he has made noticeable improvements over the course of the last several weeks as well. But I don’t know, I just don’t see that with Jana.

James had another great set of performances last night. I feel like he now knows what’s up and understands where he’s at in the competition. And I think Calvin, Laurie, and James — specifically because they’re athletes — are more equipped at dealing with a final push to the finish line.

Next week will be freestyle performances, and I just don’t know what those will look like for some of the finalists. It will be interesting to see what each couple picks. I’m looking forward the finale, though, and working with Amber again! Also, Emma York, who is a superstar — she’s incredible and a lot of work went into this little piece we’ll have in the finale, so we’re very excited!

More at Entertainment Weekly.

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Lindsay Arnold Talks On Making It To The DWTS Finals With Calvin Johnson And More

Lindsay Arnold answers new questions in her weekly blog at Entertainment Tonight about how she felt about this week’s dances with Calvin Johnson and Witney Carson. She also gave her thoughts on Calvin and the remaining couples heading into the finals. Here is more….

Calvin, to me, I would say he’s the most determined and most improved.

Jana, I think she is the fighter this season. I think she’s had to showcase some real emotions in almost every routine she does. She’s fought not only the dance process, but the emotional process of the show.

When I think of Gleb, I just think hot factor. He brings the hotness and the chemistry between him and Jana. So maybe the chemistry man?

James is hard, because he’s a lot of things. Dance wise I think that he’s shown the most natural ability. He’s made it look like it’s his own. He makes every routine look like it’s something he’s done for 15 years! It’s crazy, because he hasn’t.

Sharna, to me, is the most creative. She has done so many incredible things with James this season, and has really pushed the boundaries. That’s what I love to do as a choreographer, so I really look up to her in that sense.

Laurie is another hard one because she’s just incredible. There’s so many things you can say about her, but I think she’s the most mature. Sometimes I think we forget she’s only 16 years old, and she’s going through this insane competition.

I think Val is the softie this season. He’s really shown a different, emotional side to him. I mean, we’ve even seen some tears from him, which is very out of his element. We’ve seen him be very delicate with Laurie, and really treat her like a younger sister.

She’s so sweet. To read the full blog, see Entertainment Tonight.

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PureDWTS Season 23, Week 10 – Power Rankings

It’s nights like last night that make me seriously question why I continue to watch DWTS, let alone write about it – because there was some seriously skeezy, very manipulative stuff going on, and the agenda could not have been more clear.  Someone on Twitter asked me last week how we get our predictions about who’s going home/how the judges are going to score/who’s going to get pimped or hosed correct so often – and last night I found myself seriously questioning whether it’s the fact that we’ve been doing this for 7 years now, and just sharpen our skills each season…or if the show has just gotten more and more obvious with their agenda, thereby just making it that much easier to predict what’s going to happen.  It’s a very disconcerting thought to be having…

…so while we’re on the topic of disconcerting things we saw last night, I’ll go ahead and get this out of the way and leave it up to you whether you continue to read after this point or not: I was very, very disappointed (and kinda disgusted) with how Laurie’s package about her grandmother’s death was handled. And before some of you turn your moral outrage to a fever pitch, know this: BEING DISAPPOINTED IN LAURIE’S PACKAGE HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH HOW LAURIE HANDLED HER GRIEF, AND EVERYTHING TO DO WITH HOW THE PRODUCERS EXPLOITED IT. The very fact that I have to even preface this commentary with that makes me seriously weary of how emotionally unintelligent some DWTS fans have become, as I witnessed on Twitter last night, and does not give me a whole lot of hope for continued intelligent discussion in future seasons. But I found the way they chose to hone in on Laurie crying, lamenting the fact that she didn’t get one more trip home to see her grandma, and then playing the clip of her grandmother wishing her good luck at the end seemed like “emotion porn” – taking Laurie’s genuine grief and cobbling it together in such a way that it seemed extra devastating, and only seemed to rub Laurie’s face in her own sorrow.  It looked like Val didn’t warn her not to watch the package before their foxtrot, because she did seem very thrown-off by it, and a little choked up during her dance.  So many people feel the need to remind me each week that Laurie “is only 16”; so yes – given that, maybe it wasn’t in the best taste of the producers to create a package that could very easily have compounded the poor girl’s guilt about not getting to see her grandmother one more time. Also saw a lot of folks on Twitter justifying it with “well they did the same thing to Bindi” –  sorry, but Bindi’s father had been gone for 9 years when she did her season; Laurie’s grandmother passed away just a few days ago.  Big difference in the way one interprets grief immediately after a death and then several years after a death, and Derek at least had the forethought to warn Bindi not to listen to her packages, lest they affect her performance. Laurie kinda got thrown headlong into it – she handled it well, but am I alone in thinking that maybe, just maybe, it wasn’t in the best taste to create a package that hinged upon Laurie’s guilt about not getting more time with her grandmother…and then kinda ambushing her with it? It is possible to create a package with a theme of remembrance that doesn’t victimize those grieving – we’ve seen this show do it. And given that I’ve had people forwarding me links to interviews this morning where Val has said that he actually knew about Laurie’s grandmother dying BEFORE she did and that the interview with her grandmother happened 10 weeks ago (and not last week, as the package led us to believe), makes me all the more weary of how the show handled the whole thing.  It stinks…bad.

Moving right along to another bone of contention from last night’s show – wonky/inconsistent/agenda-filled scoring/judging that was clearly meant to shield some while disadvantaging others.  James got nitpicked, so as to justify not tying Laurie with a perfect score; Calvin got severely low-balled, so as to keep him from getting too close to Jana; Laurie got treated with kid gloves; Jana got overly kind scores & critiques.  The judges copped out and gave everyone the same score on their trio, which basically just made the margins a bit smaller – something that I don’t think would have happened if Len had been there, and needless to say I cannot WAIT to have him back next week…although I have to wonder if he will just follow the company line and only award 9’s & 10’s.  We had already kinda gotten the feeling that Terra was a goner headed into this week, and the fact that they gave her a perfect 60 for the night was the final nail in the coffin, I’m afraid – Rob Wade got his ideal finale, which did not include a little person who was actually more technically proficient than at least one of the finalists.  Sad to see Terra go, because she was a good dancer and I got the impression she really was having fun on the show – but as with many sh*ttastic things that happen on this show these days, not entirely unexpected. Read more..

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Sasha Farber And Terra Jole Dancing With The Stars Exit Interviews

Here is Terra Jole and Sasha Farber on GMA this morning. They talk on their journey on Dancing With The Stars and more. LOL to all of Sasha’s tattoos. Thanks to Idolxfactor1 for recording…

Stay tuned. We’ll post another interview with them on The View later…

ETA: And here is Terra and Sasha on The View….

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Dancing With The Stars Season 23 Semi-Finals – HQ Photos

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.

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PureDWTS Season 23 “Eye Of The Tiger” Semi-Finals – Media, Scores, And Interviews

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)

Now onto some media and interviews. First see People and ET Online for a recap and some thoughts from the couples.

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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