Tuesdays are always tough nights at the “Dancing with the Stars” set as one couple bids farewell and last night was no exception when the cast was genuinely surprised to see a frontrunner – Chynna Phillips – head home.
But they were in good enough spirits to give us these little tidbits for the taking…
Chynna Phillips on What’s Next: “We have a reality show coming up. We don’t know what it’s called yet. It’s me, Carnie, and Wendy and it’s us touring and us recording our next record and being girlfriends and how we relate with one another. It’s going to be really exciting,” she said.
Carson Kressley on Almost Pulling a Marie: “I almost went all Marie Osmond and fainted for a second!” he joked about making it through another elimination.
Watch Monday Night’s Performance Episode Now:
The Stars on Next Week’s ’80s Theme: Carson Kressley and Anna Trebunskaya said they are doing “the Jive, which sounds so scary. Week five, doing the Jive, I’m glad I’m still alive! I’m a rapper!” Rob Kardashian and Cheryl Burke are doing the Rumba. David Arquette and Kym Johnson are taking on the Tango. “’80s Tango! Woo!’ said David. “We’re gonna have this love/hate thing going on,” said Kym.
Rob Kardashian on Doing His Homework: “I watch the West Coast version right when I get home. I YouTube a lot of her older stuff and some of the other dancers and professionals. It’s definitely hard to watch some of the guys [such as Gilles Marini]. It’s like, all right. I wish I was that or I need to do that. I hope to get to that point. I thought he was an amazing dancer.”
Watch: The Dancers’ Confess:
David Arquette on Chynna’s Freeze-Up: “It’s really scary because I’ve done in rehearsals. I’ve done it onstage forgetting a move, like where am I? It’s very frightening up there. You have to get past it and you can’t beat yourself up over it either,” said David.
Chaz Bono on His ‘Dancing’ Admission: “The whole thing makes me on edge! Everything about this makes you on edge!” he said. “I could have never imagined what an emotional rollercoaster this is.”