It was the second night of guilty pleasure performances on “Dancing with the Stars,” which so far had been pretty entertaining. With everyone still buzzing backstage about Judge Carrie Ann… More
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I was hoping “Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars” week 5 was going to be a relief with the focus where it should have been from the beginning—on the best dancing… More
How could “Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars” be made even more spectacular? By adding an all-star judge for Week 4! We were fearing a train wreck because Paula was known for speaking slooooowly at times, and with a live show, that could be a disaster.
Talk about having a fabulous fall TV season! Tom Bergeron won the Emmy for Best Reality Host for “Dancing with the Stars” and is now presiding over the show’s first-ever “All-Stars” season, as well as marking a 500-episode milestone on his other show: “America’s Funniest Home Videos.” He’s even been kissed on-camera by “DWTS All-Star” Kirstie Alley!
Tuesday night’s “DWTS” results show was going to be more than interesting, with a double elimination hanging over the heads of our beloved All-Stars. Once again, Bristol Palin had received… More
This week, “Dancing with the Stars” was trotting out what looked like a sure-fire concept—the remaining 11 celebrities and their partners would recreate iconic dances from past seasons of the… More
As the “Dancing with the Star: All-Stars” Week 2 elimination loomed, I expected Bristol Palin to be safe despite her last place finish after scoring an 18 for her country… More
On Monday night, most of the “Dancing with the Stars” celebrities proved why they are “All-Stars,” performing skilled routines that reflected their previous experience.
“Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars” celebrity Kirstie Alley shocked host Tom Bergeron—and TV viewers–when she gave him a steamy on-camera kiss in honor of winning his Emmy Sunday night.
The annual Emmy Awards has opened with Eric Stonestreet of “Modern Family” earning the trophy for best supporting actor in a comedy.