07:35 PM EDT 11/19/2013
Originally posted 04/17/2012 10:15PM
Just as Dancing with the Stars's competition was starting to look up last week for Karina Smirnoff and partner Gavin DeGraw, they once again sunk to the bottom of the leaderboard after Monday night's 19-point samba.
They've been saved in prior weeks after low scores, but will fans' votes once again be enough to keep the pair on the show? The second lowest scores of the night went to Maksim Chmerkovskiy and his recovering partner Melissa Gilbert, who earned 21 points for their samba. Gladys Knight and Tristan MacManus were one point above them with a score of 22 for their samba.
Originally posted 04/16/2012 10:30PM
Originally posted 04/10/2012 09:05AM
Melissa Gilbert says she'll be fine.
The Dancing with the Stars contestant, who was rushed to the hospital on a stretcher Monday night after performing a paso doble with partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Tweeted a health update later.
"I'm alright," she wrote. "Mild concussion and whiplash. Very soon I will be safely home resting and being taken care of."
And it seems there are plenty of people watching out for the actress. "@Maksim you are my champion. I adore you," she wrote of her partner in a follow-up Tweet, before adding of her helpful competitor, "@GavinDeGraw bless your heart for carrying me down those stairs!"
Originally posted 04/03/2012 08:25AM
On Monday's Dancing with the Stars, the contestants performed routines that represented the most memorable years in their lives.
There were a lot of tears, some very moving moments and the first 10s of the season.
Keep reading for a full take on Dancing's most emotional night so far ...
Originally posted 03/26/2012 09:40PM
Following what Len Goodman called "the best first show of any season," the celebrities and their partners returned to the ballroom to perform the quickstep or the jive on Dancing with the Stars on Monday night.
And the stakes are high: No one wants to be the first to go on Tuesday's elimination show, which will send home the star with the lowest combined scores and votes from two weeks of competition.
Keep reading to find out who was fabulous and who flopped in the ballroom ...
Originally posted 03/20/2012 08:30AM
Dancing with the Stars is back on its toes!
A new round of ballroom competition began Monday night on ABC – and if the season premiere is any indication, it's going to be a hot one. "Without a doubt, this is the best first show of any season," head judge Len Goodman said after the night's final performance.
Keep reading to find out who took an early lead, but beware: spoilers ahead.
Originally posted 03/19/2012 08:30AM
Song or dance? On Monday night, you'll have to choose between them.
The 14th season of ABC's Dancing with the Stars, premiering Monday, will go up against NBC's The Voice, which was moved from Tuesdays to Mondays when its second season began in February.
Sherri Shepherd, Jaleel White, Martina Navratilova, Melissa Gilbert and Jack Wagner are among this season's DWTS contestants. The Voice, meanwhile, is in the midst of its battle rounds, in which celebrity mentors Christina Aguilera, Blake Lewis, Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine pit their protégés against each other as they pick their teams for the upcoming live shows.
It's a tough choice, but tell us below which talent contest most interests you.
Originally posted 05/17/2011 04:00PM
Known for his rambling, racy and often raunchy ballroom critiques, the sharp-tongued Bruno Tonioli may have crossed a line on Dancing with the Stars Monday when he told Ralph Macchio he was "too rough on your [expletive]" during his sexy salsa routine with Karina Smirnoff. The comments were bleeped during the telecast, but everyone inside the ballroom heard them loud and clear.
Originally posted 10/02/2010 05:00PM
Bruno Tonioli is garnering some unexpected support from a gal he once described as "beige" – Kelly Osbourne.
"I thought that Bruno was really harsh on Michael Bolton," the DWTS alum says of the judge's tough critique of the crooner's jive, "but when you watch it you can understand why he was really harsh."
Apparently, having your mother in the audience isn't going to buy you any sympathy votes as far as Osbourne is concerned.
"[Bruno's] a judge, and that's what he gets paid to do." Osbourne, 25, noted Friday while attending Teen Vogue's Young Hollywood Party in Los Angeles. "He's the shock jock of the judging panel. Yes, he was hard, but don't go on a show where you have to judge if you don't want to be judged!"
Originally posted 10/01/2010 05:00PM
Michael Bolton is still a fan of Dancing with the Stars. But after judge Bruno Tonioli's "mean-spirited" critique of the singer's dance number Monday, Bolton has a message for the judge: "Bruno should search his soul for what he is doing on that show."
The Grammy award-winning singer – who was voted off the show after Tonioli described his routine as "the worst jive in 11 seasons" and said he did it "very, very, very badly" – says he has nothing but praise for the show itself. "The producers and the people who work for them are phenomenal at making you feel as comfortable as possible."
Though Bolton had said he feels the judge owes him an apology, he isn't going to ask twice.
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