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Originally posted 09/24/2012 06:30PM
Kym Johnson is a two-time Dancing with the Stars champion, taking the coveted mirror-ball trophy in season 9 with Donny Osmond and season 12 with Hines Ward. The Australia native will be blogging for PEOPLE.com about competing with Joey Fatone in the all-star season.
Dancing with the Stars rehearsals have been great. Obviously I danced with Joey in season 4, so it's really nice to be reunited with him. There's definitely a lot more pressure because it's the all-stars, but it's fun because we're all in the same rehearsal space. We have different rooms, but we see everyone there. It's like one big, happy family.
Originally posted 09/05/2012 05:50PM
Rehearsals are underway for the upcoming all-star season of Dancing with the Stars, and pro Kym Johnson says she and partner Joey Fatone have one main goal this time around.
Take down the man who beat them last time.
"We were on season 4, and we were second. Apolo [Ohno] beat us, and he's on this season as well, so we're going to try and get over him first of all," she told PEOPLE at the premiere of The Words in Hollywood.
Originally posted 08/17/2012 09:30AM
The all-star season of Dancing with the Stars doesn't start until Sept. 24, but contestant Drew Lachey is wasting no time in sizing up the competition.
"Everyone on the show is very competitive," he tells PEOPLE. "Everyone's laughing and like, 'Oh, haha, this is going to be fun,' but I guarantee once the show starts up, you're going to see everybody's true colors come out."
One of the people the 98 Degrees band mate, 36, sees as a direct rival – on the dance floor, that is – is former 'NSYNC singer Joey Fatone, 35.
Originally posted 08/13/2012 09:25AM
Some celebrities will be reunited with their pro partners while others will get a chance to boogie with someone new on the all-star season of Dancing with the Stars.
The pairings for the upcoming season, which premieres Sept. 24, were revealed Monday on Good Morning America. The classic partnerships to get an encore include Kristie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy; Joey Fatone and Kym Johnson; Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas; Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke; and Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani.
Among the new teams: Apolo Anton Ohno will dance with Karina Smirnoff, while Shawn Johnson is partnered with Derek Hough.
Originally posted 08/04/2012 02:45PM
Since the all-star cast of the fall season of Dancing with the Stars was revealed, it's become clear that all bets are off regarding the show's next winner. After all, the cast includes returning champions like former NFL player Emmitt Smith and Olympians Apolo Anton Ohno and Shawn Johnson, as well as beloved fan-favorites like Melissa Rycroft, Kirstie Alley and Gilles Marini.
But Dancing pro (and season 13 winner) Karina Smirnoff isn't afraid to share her thoughts on who might emerge victorious in the show's new season, which premieres Sept. 24 on ABC.
"The women are very strong, but the male celebrity guests are a little bit stronger overall," Smirnoff told PEOPLE at an event sponsored by the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau. "I mean, we have an Olympian male guest – Apolo Anton Ohno. I'm sure he'll go very far."
Originally posted 08/02/2012 10:00AM
Been there, done that.
That's how Joey Lawrence seems to feel about Dancing with the Stars – as the actor, 36, says he declined an invitation to return for this fall's all-star season.
"I did it. It was good for me," Lawrence told PEOPLE at Wednesday's Los Angeles premiere of Total Recall. "We got to the end there, and it was down to me, Emmitt [Smith] and Mario [Lopez], and it was good."
Originally posted 08/01/2012 09:00AM
When Joey Fatone was approached to do the upcoming all-stars season of Dancing with the Stars, the former *NSYNC star jumped at the chance.
"I had a blast on the show the first time," he tells PEOPLE, "so I wanted to do it again."
Fatone competed in season 4, placing second to champ Apolo Anton Ohno, who'll also compete on the upcoming edition of the show, which premieres Sept. 24 on ABC. But this time, Fatone says he knows how to score the elusive mirror-ball trophy.
Originally posted 05/05/2012 01:00PM
A little horseplay before Saturday's big race at the Kentucky Derby?
With no sign of his recent companion, Mila Kunis, at his side, Ashton Kutcher made it a boys' night out at Friday's Barnstable Brown Party, Louisville's most elite and swanky Derby Eve celebration – where he also patched up a simmering feud with Miranda Lambert.
Having formerly accused the Two and a Half Men star of making fun of country music when he presented her with the Female Vocalist of the Year award at last month's Academy of Country Music Awards, Lambert posed for a friendly picture with Kutcher at Friday night's soiree, then Tweeted, along with the photo: "here it is y’all. He is sweet and lives country music! For real!:)"
Originally posted 03/04/2012 06:00PM
When it comes to marriage, Joey Fatone has some words of wisdom for his former *NSYNC bandmate Justin Timberlake.
"Don't listen to all the BS," he advises Timberlake, 31, who is engaged to Jessica Biel, in a new interview in Parade magazine.
"Especially in his situation, he and his fiancée ... they're both in the limelight as well," adds Fatone, 35. "It's tough for those celebrity couples. It's really hard."
Originally posted 12/09/2011 04:50PM
Paris Jackson is finally following her father into show business.
The 13-year-old daughter of Michael Jackson will star in the upcoming Lundon's Bridge and the Three Keys, a mixed live-action and animation movie, as a girl who survives being brainwashed by a jellyfish queen in the ocean.
Filming begins in January. Three Keys is first in a series of five Lundon O'Malley movies to which she's committed, producer Stephen Sobisky tells PEOPLE.
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