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PureDWTS Season 24 Debate – Battle of the Ringers: What Makes Heather Morris So Ringer-y?

So I think it’s been established that, as a professional dancer, Heather is pretty ringery, in terms of DWTS.  I would even go so far as to say she’s the ringiest ringer the show has ever had – although judging from some of the chatter I’ve seen here, on Twitter, and on Facebook, some of you don’t agree.  And there’s also those that don’t really seem to understand what some fans of the show are so upset about – “So Heather’s a dancer? Big deal, so was Nicole/Shawn/Amber/etc.” And it’s those comparisons to other previous ringers on the show that seem to contribute to some of the misunderstanding of just how ringery Heather really is – so I put this together to address some of the questions I’ve gotten about “Well what about [insert previous contestant here]? He/She was a big ringer, too!”

Let me start off by recapping Heather’s background for those who don’t really know it: Heather’s been dancing since she was 9 years old, and has trained in jazz, tap, and contemporary, primarily.  She tried out for season 2 of So You Think You Can Dance, and made it through Vegas week to the “Green Mile” (the stage of the competition where the judges select who will and won’t advance to live shows) but was not chosen as one of the final top 20. She landed a gig dancing backup for Beyonce in 2007, and also nabbed a number of small dance roles in various TV shows and movies. She was eventually brought to the Glee set in 2009 to help teach the “Single Ladies” dance to some of the cast, and was so well-liked by the cast & crew that Ryan Murphy actually created the role of Brittany for her. So to be clear: Heather started off as a PROFESSIONAL DANCER – she only dabbled (only semi-successfully, I might add) in acting & singing as a result of her role on Glee. She is a dancer that (kinda) acts and sings – not the other way around.  Yes, this is an important distinction to make – and generally the biggest factor that sets her apart from previous ringers. Read more..

March 10, 2017 I Written By

Ultrasound sales specialist by day, semi-knowledgeable DWTS fan by night...with a smattering of hair & makeup enthusiast, occasional model, baker, and crazy cat lady peppered in to make things REALLY interesting ;-) I might pee my pants in happiness if Donnie Wahlberg ever does DWTS - or if they ever use "Sunglasses at Night" as a paso doble. Follow me (and my dog!) on Twitter & Instagram: @putuincespence & @BirkinTheBulldog

PureDWTS Season 18 End-of-Season Awards – Which Song Choice Was the Worst?

So you’ve seen the results for the best guest judge voting – now onto the results for the crappiest song of the season!!!
worstsongchoice

Write-in votes:

“All of Me” by John Legend (Meryl’s foxtrot) – 2

“Girl” by Pharrell (Amy & Mark’s salsa) – 1

“Can’t Remember to Forget You” by Shakira feat. Rihanna (Nene’s Argentine tango) – 1

“Dare You” by Hardwell (Amy’s freestyle) – 1

“Islands in the Stream” by Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers (James’ rumba) – 1

Votes omitted due to failure to follow the format – 2

Courtney: The two songs I thought would garner the most votes, did – and while “Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems” probably didn’t do Charlie any favors…it actually started to grow on me after a second viewing 😛 Maybe it was just the enthusiasm with which he attacked it, but he made the most of a crummy song.  The same cannot be said for “I Luh Ya Papi” – which the two couples dancing to clearly disliked as much as we did.  It drives me nuts when J. Lo does songs like these – they just make her sound downright unintelligent, and make it seem like she’s trying to remind everyone that she’s hip and has chola street cred because she talks like this.  The song is bad, no doubt – but I also don’t think Val or Maks really put their all into choreographing that duel, and thus the end result was even more lackluster.  I have to roll my eyes a bit at “I Wan’na Be Like You”, because I really only added that because I saw so many Meryl fans griping about how “terrible a samba song” it was. Boo hoo, poor Princess Meryl gets saddled with one mediocre individual song the entire season – go ask Charlie how it feels to get screwed over every other week, with “Sail”, “Mo’ Money, Mo Problems”, “Wildest Moments”, etc.  And James has more to gripe about with that gadawful “Gasolina” than Meryl dancing to a song from The Jungle Book.  As for the write-ins? Once again hard for me to say that Meryl got screwed with her foxtrot song, because even though it wasn’t really a foxtrot, it was still one of the top 10 songs in the country at the time and the shippers (and judges) ate it right up.  And anyone wanna make a bet that whoever wrote in “Dare You” was an insecure Meryl fan? 😛

Heidi: I ain’t takin’ that bet, Courtney. Same kinda idiot who haunts Amy’s instagram to scream “Meryl and Maks!!” on every single photo that Amy posts. :::rolls eyes:::  Must protect Princess Meryl at all costs!!  My nickname is an inside joke…wish I could say the same for Meryl’s. But no…the pedestal is still very, very high. Meryl overcame so many obstacles on her path to victory…horrendous song choices…mean judges picking on the stellar choreography…oh, wait. 😀  ANYway, JLo was getting  a lot of crap on the radio this morning for pretending to be “Jennie from the block” while staying in Manhattan. Apparently she gave 25k tickets to people in Brooklyn for her concert and half of them didn’t show up? With songs like “I luh Ya Papi” can anyone really blame them??  Yes, the song was bad (it got my vote)…but the choreographers did not help at ALL. Lord what a whimpy assed dance. The difference between “Mo Money, Mo Problems” and the “I Wan’na Be Like You” is also totally in the choreographer, IMO.  Neither song is a REALLY terrible song choice (but Charlie definitely got the short end of the stick in this instance), but Sharna made the best of it while Maks couldn’t get past it.  I can’t help thinking that if Derek or Mark had been handed Maks’ samba song (or JLo’s song), we would have seen some pretty creative choreography. Ah well.

Vogue: It’s so funny as when I first heard Charlie had “Sail” for a Paso Doble, I didn’t think it would work, but, it actually didn’t bother me. Give it up to Charlie and Sharna making the best of it….again as they did through out the season. Another song that just annoys me to no end anyway is “I Love Ya Pai”. I cringed through out Danica and Meryl’s Samba duel with that song. However, another song I didn’t like was “I Wanna Be Like You” for Meryl’s Samba. Awful song with a lack luster dance too. In the end, I voted for “I Wanna Be Like You” for the worst song.

 

June 6, 2014 I Written By

Ultrasound sales specialist by day, semi-knowledgeable DWTS fan by night...with a smattering of hair & makeup enthusiast, occasional model, baker, and crazy cat lady peppered in to make things REALLY interesting ;-) I might pee my pants in happiness if Donnie Wahlberg ever does DWTS - or if they ever use "Sunglasses at Night" as a paso doble. Follow me (and my dog!) on Twitter & Instagram: @putuincespence & @BirkinTheBulldog

Vote for Your Favorites in the PureDWTS Season 18 End-of-Season Awards!!!

So against my better judgment, I decided to resurrect these awards, after skipping them for a few seasons 😛 Just figured that everyone had some pretty strong opinions about this season, and would want to discuss (or argue…) about some of the finer aspects of this season…so here’s the gist:

1.) You get one vote per award category.

2.) If you don’t see your first choice listed, you are able to write-in votes for SOME of the categories – but here’s my strong words of caution: seldom do write-in votes win these awards, so I would encourage you to only write-in if you feel really strongly about something; if your write-in vote is grossly misspelled, doesn’t make sense, or cannot be understood, I’m throwing it out – I’ve had too many seasons of weeding through pages upon pages of write-in votes that were only slightly above jibberish in terms of clarity.  And if you decide to be a little jerk and answer questions like “Which was the best dance of the season?” with “All of Meryl’s dances!!!” or “tie between Meryl’s tango, Candace’s contemporary, Amy’s Argentine tango, and Charlie’s jazz”, I’m throwing out your vote.  Pick ONE – like all of the people courteous enough to actually follow the rules of this poll.

3.) Polls will be up for ONE WEEK – so get your votes in NOW. Read more..

May 26, 2014 I Written By

Ultrasound sales specialist by day, semi-knowledgeable DWTS fan by night...with a smattering of hair & makeup enthusiast, occasional model, baker, and crazy cat lady peppered in to make things REALLY interesting ;-) I might pee my pants in happiness if Donnie Wahlberg ever does DWTS - or if they ever use "Sunglasses at Night" as a paso doble. Follow me (and my dog!) on Twitter & Instagram: @putuincespence & @BirkinTheBulldog

Red Carpet Roxy Covers The DWTS Season 18 Finale Wrap Party (Video)

Red Carpet Roxy talked Tom Bergeron, Sharna Burgess, Karina Smirnoff, Danica McKellar and Kym Johnson about this season of Dancing With The Stars at the Wrap Party!! This is fun…especially the end. Check it out!

May 23, 2014 I Written By

I'm a fashion and music fan....and I have always loved dancing too of any kind. Dancing With The Stars and World Of Dance seem to have this way of bringing all of those things together. Favorite Quote at the moment: "Sing like no one is listening. Love like you've never been hurt. Dance like nobody's watching, and live like it's heaven on earth." ~ William Purkey. Follow me at: Voguerista Twitter & Voguerista Soundcloud. To view my photography site, see Lisa Kay Photography.

PureDWTS18 Semi-Finals Guest Poem: “Painting A Portrait Of Dance”

And below is Lois with another one of her fabulous poems….

PAINTING A PORTRAIT OF DANCE

A portrait was framed, splashed with the brilliance of dance
Each Semi-Finals dance framed with beauty at each glance

Each stroke painted with display of determination and desire
Taken into the portrait, our eyes saw each dancer’s inner fire

SETTING UP THE EASELS OF DANCE:

THE ICON IN THE PORTRAIT – L A REID
CO-WRITER – PAUL ANKA

JAMES MASLOW AND PETA MURGATROYD
DANCE NUMBER ONE ON THE EASEL
CHA – CHA – CHA – LOVE NEVER FELT SO GOOD

Magnificent, Moonwalking Michael Jackson Extravaganza
Syncopated, stunning, special, spectacular, electrifying

DANCE NUMBER TWO ON THE EASEL
RUMBA – ISLANDS IN THE. STREAM

Sumptuous feast of temptation, desire, and elegance
Stylish, a grand cinematic sweep, steamy hips, dips

THE ICON IN THE PORTRAIT – KRISTI YAMAGUCHI

MERYL DAVIS AND MAKSIM CHMERKOVSKIY
DANCE NUMBER ONE ON THE EASEL
JIVE – HOUND DOG
EXTRA BRUSHSTROKES OF MAKSIM-MUM KISSES

Fabulous, fantastic, fiery sparks across the floor
Impeccable, flawless movements, flicky, kicky fun

DANCE NUMBER TWO ON THE EASEL
VIENNESE WALTZ – JUST A FOOL

Dynamic dance of delicious desire, intense strokes
Simply perfect, simply explosive, simply passionate

THE ICON IN THE PORTRAIT – ANGELA THOMAS

CANDACE CAMERON BURE AND MARK BALLAS
DANCE NUMBER ONE ON THE EASEL
VIENNESE WALTZ – IF I KNEW

Surrender of trust in the partnership, strokes of skills
A flavor of sweetness flowing across the dance floor

DANCE NUMBER TWO ON THE EASEL
JAZZ – NASTY

Brilliant reminder of Ladies on Broadway
Colored with creativity, cleverness, tasty, tight

THE ICON IN THE PORTRAIT – OPRAH WINFREY

AMY PURDY AND DEREK HOUGH
DANCE NUMBER ONE ON THE EASEL
QUICKSTEP – YOU CAN’T HURRY LOVE

Flying, flowing, floating lightness of steps
Fabulous strokes of bounce across the floor

DANCE NUMBER TWO ON THE EASEL
JAZZ – TOO DARN HOT

A tabletop display of a temptress, a siren, fearless
Classic moment of Jazz at its very best, extraordinary

THE ICON IN THE PORTRAIT – SCOTT HAMILTON

CHARLIE WHITE AND SHARNA BURGESS
DANCE NUMBER ONE ON THE EASEL
FOXTROT – NEW YORK, NEW YORK

Champagne glasses being raised to THE TOAST OF NEW YORK
Light as air, showcasing spinning skating movements, with pizzazz

DANCE NUMBER TWO ON THE EASEL
SAMBA – NO MONEY, NO PROBLEMS

Glamorous, golden star, glowing performance
Carefree, committed sense of enthusiastic fun

MACY’S STAR OF DANCE EASEL
ANOTHER GENIUS DEREK HOUGH CREATION
SALUTE TO CLASSIC HOLLYWOOD

A Variety Show, stylistic, superior, stupendous showcase
Brooms sweeping fancy footwork across the dancing vista

GUEST JUDGE ON THE JUDGES’ EASEL
KENNY ORTEGA

ORTEGA’s commentary the best of the guest judges
Offering constructive commentary of every dance

The portraits were painted, brushstrokes of Week Nine
It is astounding, amazing how the dancers did shine

The finale of Season 18 is next week, oh how can it be
The spectacular conclusion will be a dazzling sight to see!

Written By Lois A Troutman, May 13, 2014

A SHOCKING ELIMINATION, SHARNA AND CHARLIE SADLY HAD TO GO!
WE WILL MISS THEM SO MUCH AND HIS BRIGHT LIGHT ON THE SHOW!

PAINTING A PORTRAIT OF DANCE, EASELS OF BALLROOM ON DISPLAY!
BRUSHSTROKES OF DANCES, OF DANCERS, IN FULL SPLENDID ARRAY!

May 13, 2014 I Written By

I'm a fashion and music fan....and I have always loved dancing too of any kind. Dancing With The Stars and World Of Dance seem to have this way of bringing all of those things together. Favorite Quote at the moment: "Sing like no one is listening. Love like you've never been hurt. Dance like nobody's watching, and live like it's heaven on earth." ~ William Purkey. Follow me at: Voguerista Twitter & Voguerista Soundcloud. To view my photography site, see Lisa Kay Photography.

DWTS Semi-Finals Round Up On Access Hollywood Tonight

The title says it all. Here’s to next week! I hope Charlie and Sharna really make a showing for what could have been. I’m loving the part on Derek and Amy too. Amazing!

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I'm a fashion and music fan....and I have always loved dancing too of any kind. Dancing With The Stars and World Of Dance seem to have this way of bringing all of those things together. Favorite Quote at the moment: "Sing like no one is listening. Love like you've never been hurt. Dance like nobody's watching, and live like it's heaven on earth." ~ William Purkey. Follow me at: Voguerista Twitter & Voguerista Soundcloud. To view my photography site, see Lisa Kay Photography.

DWTS18 Semi-Finals More Post Show Interviews, Asked About Final Dances

The Afterbuzz TV interviews have been released with JC Rubio. The couples talk of the dances last night and also give a few hints for the finals….uhh, which isn’t much.

Note: Derek has no idea (or won’t say) for what they will do for the finals. He doesn’t know the song yet either.

Meryl says their freestyle is a secret. Maks says he doesn’t know what they will do yet.

Mark is tight lipped. He says they won’t be treating next week any differently and he hopes he and Candace can just enjoy the process.

They haven’t posted an interview with Peta and James yet, but, watch this link in case they do soon.

And below is Sharna and Charlie reflecting. Oh man, this is sad and bittersweet at the same time. Love them so much…

ETA: OK! Magazine interviewed Maks and Meryl. They ask Maks if he’s coming back next season. He promises to tell next week and that it’s already been decided. Uggh, I don’t want to even think about it….

That’s the million dollar question,” he said with a grin after Monday night’s show. “It’s already decided. I’m not telling. I’ll tell you next week. I promise.”

As he and Meryl advance to the finals (really, was there ever any doubt?), the pair aren’t taking anything for granted.

“It’s not surreal,” says the Olympic gold medal-winning ice dancer. “It feels very real to be honest with you. I’ve been saying as an Olympian you never really celebrate until you get to the place you’re looking towards. Of course we’re really excited about our dances tonight. I think we both had an amazing time but we’re already looking to next week.”

Next week’s freestyle should knock everyone’s socks off, although as of last night Maks had no idea what he was going to choreograph. He says by Friday they’ll have something special locked in.

ETA2: Below is Extra with the couples….

Also, the On The Red Carpet interviews have been released. And below is Charlie and Sharna with Access Hollywood.

Carrie Ann Inaba has also written a new blog at Parade reviewing the night and the dances. Below she talks about the finals. I am a bit upset for what she wrote about Charlie and Sharna…more on that at the link as I am biting my teeth.

The finals are going to be great, no doubt about it! It will be exciting and I hope to see some mind-blowing freestyles! I’m also looking forward to seeing each of the couples redo the routines they did when we had the switch up week but with their real partners again. This season has been so different in so many ways, but I do believe it’s been a good season overall and I can’t wait to see who will take home the mirror ball trophy. It’s going to be an intense two nights! Don’t forget we are on Monday night and Tuesday night next week, so keep your schedules clear so you can be right there with us when we crown the season 18 champion! Tweet me and let me know who you think will be taking it home this year!

James Maslow wrote about the finals as well at Parade saying this….

We’re both really excited. Peta is ecstatic because it’s only the second time she’s been in the finals. The only other time was in her second season with Donald [Driver] and she won it. So it’s a familiar feeling for her, but she’s also that much more nervous. I’ve literally put blood, sweat, and tears into this competition and making it all 10 weeks is rewarding. We’re going to give it everything we’ve got because at this point there’s just no turning back.

Being in these finals is such an honor for me because everyone is so talented. I think Amy has a huge advantage being paired with Derek. He’s very creative with her and making what they do incredibly sharp. Meryl is an incredibly strong dancer and has the technique as an ice skater that’s obviously transitioned well to the dance floor with her and Maks. And Candace has constantly been progressing, and I think America loves seeing that. It’s really hard to say who the biggest competitor is, I guess Meryl, just in terms of dance ability.

ETA3: The Ice Network interviewed Charlie and Sharna as well. Below is a take. Thanks to Kate for sending.

“It’s been an amazing cap to a wonderful season,” he said. “Going from the Olympics to DWTS, we didn’t have a moment to rest, but it was the best way to do it. Right from the get-go, it was an amazing learning experience.

“Obviously, I’m upset that we couldn’t dance in the finale … but I definitely feel very grateful for everything I did get to experience.”

White said he was appreciative that Burgess did not hold back choreographically despite his grueling schedule. Through her, he was able to gain a deep understanding of the origins of many dances he and Davis have interpreted on ice over the years.

“We certainly feel we’re masters of our craft, and yet there’s this whole other layer. Getting to work on that and discover new things was a pleasure,” White said. “We definitely have fresh perspective on so many different things, from the way you partner to the steps you have in your repertoire.”

Burgess said beyond teaching and choreographing, she has enjoyed dancing with White.

“The bar is set higher, and there were very high expectations for someone like Charlie,” Burgess said. “I had a lot of pressure on myself to create those amazing routines, to make it difficult enough for him and to give him the great technique on top of it. I didn’t go easy on him, and I didn’t take it easy on myself. I was constantly going back and looking at my work and making sure it was worthy of something that he would do.

“I wanted him to go out on the floor every Monday and do the absolute best routines that he could possibly have molded on him,” she added. “I feel like we achieved that week to week.”

Team USA also interviewed Charlie and Sharna. This is a good one. Be sure you read it in full at the link. Thanks to Ria for the heads up.

At what point did you start to think you were going home?

I think as soon as we knew it was the three Olympians in jeopardy, I had a bit of a feeling, but it could have gone any way. Having said that, I’m really looking forward to cheering on my fellow Team USA-ers.

How did it feel being eliminated after receiving perfect scores two weeks in a row?

It’s disappointing. We were looking forward to moving on and up, and it felt like we were peaking at the right time. It’s just one of those things where it doesn’t work out the way that you want it to, and, thankfully, with all my experience in competing you learn how to handle disappointment. Both of us are looking at the bright side and trying to learn from it.

Would you have done anything differently over the past nine weeks?

Absolutely not. That’s one of the reasons we can hold our heads so high leaving. We can honestly say to ourselves and to each other that we did pretty much everything we could have, whether it be choreographically or being true to ourselves in a reality TV show, which maybe isn’t always the easiest, or the way we represented ourselves. It’s not easy, but we did literally everything that we could.

What is your favorite memory from the show?

It’s tough to say there’s just one. I think Disney night when we got to do our (“Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” dance) was really special. It was one of those moments you’ll never forget. I got to dance with some cartoon penguins — that’s pretty memorable. It was a really special night.

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I'm a fashion and music fan....and I have always loved dancing too of any kind. Dancing With The Stars and World Of Dance seem to have this way of bringing all of those things together. Favorite Quote at the moment: "Sing like no one is listening. Love like you've never been hurt. Dance like nobody's watching, and live like it's heaven on earth." ~ William Purkey. Follow me at: Voguerista Twitter & Voguerista Soundcloud. To view my photography site, see Lisa Kay Photography.

PureDWTS18 Semi-Finals Post Media And Interviews Part 1

Good Day All!! Time for some post media and interviews after the show. Though first, I must say I have never had such mixed feelings for this show as I do right now. I’m happy for how Amy and Derek are going to the finals after their scare last night, but, I’m also so sad Sharna and Charlie didn’t make it. 🙁 Something seems so wrong with that. It should have been James or Candace to go. Even my Dad called after the show to talk about it and said the same. I remember Carrie Ann Inaba once saying that the right people always make the finals in the end. Well, not this time. 🙁

Moving on, let’s see what Sharna and Charlie and the other contestants had to say about it with George Pennacchio of ABC7 (a prelude for whats to come with the On The Red carpet Interviews). Be sure to see this link.

You can also see Sharna and Charlie interviewed by E News at this link (sorry. I can’t embed it or it messes up the site). Sharna looks so sad and beautiful. Charlie keeps smiling through out. How does he do it? As well as his amazing dancing this season, I don’t think I’ll ever forget his smile. Also, didn’t you love his tails last night?

In more media things, see the Daily Mail has a fun recap with pictures. Glamour has some “behind the scenes” coverage and pictures after the show too. I love this part with Derek’s reaction to Kenny Ortega’s comment. *awwww*

*Oh, and Derek Hough…after that second dance with Amy, all I can say is that when the time comes, can you choreograph my wedding dance? That was just pure brilliance.

I showed Derek what I wrote, and after first joking that he would not, he redeemed himself quickly: “Of course I will! We’ll just dance the night away!” I also told Derek that I’m calling his dances “dancing couture” because of how he tailors each dance to each partner’s strengths. Totally appropriate, right? And as for Kenny Ortega’s comment to Derek that he has “redefined choreography for this generation?” Even Derek was at a loss for words backstage. “He’s an absolute legend and has choreographed the best, so to hear that coming from him is incredible. I just feel really blessed and humbled.”

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

Ok, more coming up. Keep checking back and stay tuned! xx

ETA: Below is some PopTVDotCom “after dark” coverage…. Read more..

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I'm a fashion and music fan....and I have always loved dancing too of any kind. Dancing With The Stars and World Of Dance seem to have this way of bringing all of those things together. Favorite Quote at the moment: "Sing like no one is listening. Love like you've never been hurt. Dance like nobody's watching, and live like it's heaven on earth." ~ William Purkey. Follow me at: Voguerista Twitter & Voguerista Soundcloud. To view my photography site, see Lisa Kay Photography.

Dancing with the Stars Season 18, Week 8 – Dancing by the Numbers!

I kinda have to laugh. Why? Well, besides the large number of people (and websites) who thought that the picture Derek posted of a baby doing a push up was actually him…there were just so many people freaking out over Meryl’s score this week. Sheer panic. Lots of hysteria and a few requests for me to do my numbers post early.  Why is this funny? Well, because some of these same people who are now a tad panicked are the same ones who said, when I was complaining about Meryl being propped up, “hey, it’s just a silly dance show.”  LOL. So much for the “silly dance show.”  I’ll throw it back to you – It’s just a silly dance show. It’s not world peace.  And before you get all hoity toity and claim I’m only saying that because Amy is at the top of the leader board, I ask you to please point to where I ever expected her to win, prayed for her to win…hell, point to any post in the last two years or more where I got my knickers in a twist because Derek’s partner might not win.  I’m like Derek these days – it’s not about winning any more. And Amy has already won. She won the first time she danced on prosthetics in front of millions of people. That is a massive victory, along with a massive inspiration. Read more..

May 10, 2014 I Written By

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. :-)

New Dancing With The Stars Season 18 “Final Five” Commercial

Things are heating up!! Two more days and counting!!

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I'm a fashion and music fan....and I have always loved dancing too of any kind. Dancing With The Stars and World Of Dance seem to have this way of bringing all of those things together. Favorite Quote at the moment: "Sing like no one is listening. Love like you've never been hurt. Dance like nobody's watching, and live like it's heaven on earth." ~ William Purkey. Follow me at: Voguerista Twitter & Voguerista Soundcloud. To view my photography site, see Lisa Kay Photography.