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Normani Kordei And Val Chmerkovskiy Interviewed On Hollywood Today Live (Video)

Normani Kordei and Val Chmerkovskiy were guests on Hollywood Live. I love Val’s advise for Normani on Mak’s and Heather’s elimination. They talk on their individual dance coming up too. Take a listen…

April 26, 2017 I Written By

"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.

Tips To Attend Dancing With The Stars In Person – Guest Blog By Christine

Some of you may know Christine Ballart (aka @CBallart at twitter). She’s also a fan to our sites and posts in comments. Recently, she was able to attend the premiere of Dancing With The Stars Season 24. She wrote some tips for anyone wanting to attend the show in person and what to expect. Read on and THANKS Christine!!

Anyone that has gone to Dancing with the Stars in previous seasons knows it’s pretty cool. But, no one has really written a blog about what to expect once you arrive there. I decided to write this blog of my experience for anyone thinking of going to DWTS at a later date. These are basically tips for the day of the show so that it can run smoothly for you while everyone else is confused or running around like a chicken with their heads cut off like I was when I got there.


1. Get there early! Whether you use a wheelchair like I do or not, you should get there early. When you check in at the security gate and they tell you where to go you need to be specific about whether or not you have a wheelchair/walker in your party because they will have you park and then unload and walk to wear you need to go.

2. Once you get to where you were told to go, you will be lined up in different lines and brought in by sections. I do advise that if you need to use the restroom, do so before being let in as there are portable bathrooms outside and there is another bathroom before being let in.

3. You will need to turn in your phone and they will give you a ticket to get it back at the end of the show. Before you turn in your phone, turn it off. I forgot to shut mine off and I got a bunch of tweets/texts during the show.

4. After the show, if you took a cell phone with you, go collect it then immediately leave the premises. There are way too many people around for you to just stand there.

5. Be sure that if someone dropped you off, you designate a pick up spot because of the amount of people coming out of the building from the show.

6. If you are seated next to the dance floor, there will be a dance party before the show. I highly recommend that you get up and dance! It’s so much fun!

7. Keep your eyes peeled for dancers/celebs around the floor and celebs in the audience. Alan was right by me talking to a reporter for a while and the audience had celebs and past pros there.

8. Lastly, Have Fun! Boo the judges when you don’t agree with them! Make noise whenever they tell you too! This was the most fun experience I’ve had in a while and will never forget it!

Another Side Note: If you loved Florence Henderson, there is a star on the dance floor by the judges’ table on Carrie Ann’s side. Go pay your respects. It’s a beautiful tribute to a lovely lady. 

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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.

Dancing with the Stars Season 24, Week SEVEN – Who’s Dancing What…and When?

I can’t even tell you how much I dislike the whole immunity BS. This whole week is a not-so-cleverly designed way to make sure the men start leaving and the women are all safe. Actually, I doubt they are worried about anyone other than Normani – probably couldn’t care less about Nancy or Simone. But most disposable, in the eyes of the judges, are likely all the men sans Rashad. :::sigh:::

See the gallery below to get the rules of “Movie Night” – did I know it was going to be Movie night? I don’t remember. 😉 Also, according to one of our “MOVEers”, Cathy, Julianne will not be judging this coming Monday, due to the tour location.

ETA: I added a couple guesses (??) based on DWTS Instastory.

ETA2: Did someone say Double Elimination? Whoever you were, you guessed right. Press release just came out. And when I said yesterday that Julianne wouldn’t be judging Monday, it appears I (or my source) was right also. Mandy Moore is sitting in as guest judge. So, it’s Movie Night, high score gets immunity, every one else dances off, and then we send two people home. What a nice, relaxing (craptastic) night. Oooooo….Nancy has to do a Tango to Pretty Woman. Guess who did that and very, very well – Derek and Nicole. And David/Lindsay got hosed with a Sci Fi Salsa – nearly as bad as a futuristic paso. But if anyone can handle it, it’s Lindsay.

ETA3: Want to know who Derek and Julianne like on DWTS?? A Derek fan who was at a Meet and Greet last night asked them…and kept a close eye on Julianne the whole time. 😉  Also some interesting commentary on Heather…nothing we haven’t said here, but interesting to hear her express it.

Simone and Sasha – Theme: Silent Films
Charleston (Song: “Charleston” by Bob Wilson & His Varsity Rhythm Boys)
Phone 1-800-868-3412

Bonner and Sharna – Theme: Western
Paso Doble (Song: “Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes” by Aaron Copland)
Phone 1-800-868-3401

Nancy and Artem – Theme: Romance
Tango (Song: “Oh Pretty Woman” by Roy Orbison)
Phone 1-800-868-3408

Nick and Peta – Theme: Action
Argentine Tango (Song: “Dangerous” by David Guetta featuring Sam Martin)
Phone 1-800-868-3409

Normani and Val – Theme: Foreign
Argentine Tango (Song: “Quizas Quizas Quizas” by Jennifer Lopez)
Phone 1-800-868-3410

David and Lindsay – Theme: Sci Fi
Salsa (Song: “Universal Mind Control” by Common)
Phone 1-800-868-3404

Rashad and Emma – Theme: Horror
Paso Doble (Song: “Oh Fortuna” by Carl Orff)
Phone 1-800-868-3411

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I'm a nerd and proud of it. Two degrees in geology also means I love BEER. :-) I'm also a Derek lover - proud of that too. So don't scream at those of us on this site and call us a bunch of "biased Derek-lovers" - it's just ME. :-) It may sound like I hate DWTS at times, but really, I'm just a snarky nitpicker from way back. And I'm cynical and jaded too. But I do love DWTS. :-)

Nancy Kerrigan Writes On Dancing With The Stars Week 6

As always Nancy Kerrigan’s blogs are full of fun details for how she got ready for Dancing With The Stars. This past week felt out of her comfort zone. Read on to see why….

All of this made Thursday a little bit more stressful than previous Thursdays. I was a bit on edge and having some trouble with the choreography but by the end of the day on Friday (after I went with my family to Disneyland for my son Brian’s birthday) I felt like I was a lot closer to knowing the group and individual number so went into the weekend feeling much better.

One thing that is adding to the stress is that the choreography on both numbers is a little – or maybe a lot – suggestive. That is not my style and certainly not in keeping with being a mom, so I have been a little self-conscious when trying to perform the numbers. To deal with that I have to look at it as if I am just acting and playing a role, but already one friend of mine wouldn’t let their kids watch the show because it wasn’t “PG,” so I remain a little concerned that even my own kids will wonder what is going on.

That said, I feel like the costumes for this week are a little more conservative than I was expecting, so that put me at ease a bit.

As always, Monday mornings come sooner than I might like and the 8 a.m. call time meant another long day of hair, makeup, rehearsing, dress rehearsal and then the show and the press line. There were a few changes in the numbers as one of our guys got injured and I didn’t have quite enough time to work with the cage I am using, making me not quite as sturdy and safe as I might have liked. So the morning was a bit of a challenge. But by the afternoon, I felt ready…maybe not quite as ready as past weeks, but enough to feel confident.

More at Team USA including some beautiful photos.

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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.