She said WHAT? Kristi Yamaguchi wishes DWTS contestant Nancy Kerrigan luck in the worst (or best?) way

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Sadie Robertson ‘wows’ on ‘Dancing With The Stars’ [video]

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America’s favorite teen duck hunter, 17-year-old Sadie Robertson of “Duck Dynasty” fame, had another wonderful performance on yesterday’s “Dancing With The Stars,” ending up with the highest score of the night:

On @DancingABC last night, @sadierob & @derekhough dazzled. @candacecbure was on to discuss. http://t.co/0SFCpdaYW1 pic.twitter.com/cptYvJZVhL

— Good Morning America (@GMA) October 14, 2014

WATCH: Duck Dynasty’s Sadie Robertson Wows America with Her “Flapper” Dance [WATCH] http://t.co/FjRNw02Nuo #tcot #tlot

— Conservative Tribune (@conserv_tribune) October 14, 2014

And here’s video of her routine with her new partner, Derek Hough”

Dancing with the Stars Highlight of the Night…young Sadie Robertson Fanpage did the switch up with Derek Hough… http://t.co/WLIpCfwaAB

— 97 Seven Country (@977CountryWGLR) October 14, 2014

She switches back to her old partner, Mark Ballas, for next week’s episode.

Sadie also found the time to teach Derek how to fire a shotgun while rehearsing in Louisiana:

Watch @sadierob take @derekhough gun shooting. Oh, they also had a pretty awesome dance http://t.co/emydhLpYMa

— Billy Hallowell (@BillyHallowell) October 14, 2014

Do we get to vote on the shotgun video or just the dance numbers?

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‘Duck Dynasty’ star Willie Robertson is playing it safe this Independence Day [pics]

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Dancing with the stars Season 14 live 2-hour premiere set for March 19th; Meet the cast

ABC’s DANCING WITH THE STARS
LIVE 2-HOUR PREMIERE EVENT
MONDAY MAR 19 8|7c

The stars, the drama, the glamour and the glitter are back on ABC!

“Dancing with the Stars returns for Season 14 on MONDAY, MARCH 19 (8:00-10:01 p.m., ET) with a sensational two-hour season premiere, then on TUESDAY, MARCH 27, with the premiere of “Dancing with the Stars the Results Show” (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET).

From TV personality, actors, athletes, singers, and artists, the show has the variety. Hosts Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke Charvet are back as hosts and are the three judges: Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli.


Actress Melissa Gilbert will be paired with Val Chmerkovskiy. (Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images; Jason Kempin/Getty Images)


Singer Gladys Knight will be paired with Tristan MacManus . (Larry Busacca/Getty Images; Angela Weiss/Getty Images)


TV personality Sherri Shepherd will be paired with Maksim Chmerkovskiy . (Ethan Miller/Getty Images; Jason Kempin/Getty Images)


Martina Navratilova will be paired with “Dancing With The Stars” cast member Tony Dovolani . (Tim Whitby/Getty Images; Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images)


Actor Jaleel White will be paired with Kym Johnson. (John Sciulli/Getty Images; Mark Davis/Getty Images)


Jack Wagner will be paired with Anna Trebunskaya. (Samir Hussein/Getty Images; Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)


Donald Driver #80 of the Green Bay Packers will be paired with Peta Murgatroyd. (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images; Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)


TV personality Maria Menounos will be paired with Derek Hough.(Jason Merritt/Getty Images; Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images)


Actor Roshon Fegan will be paired with professional dancer Chelsie Hightower (Kevin Winter/Getty Images; Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images)


William Levy will be paired with professional dancer Cheryl Burke (John Parra/Getty Images; Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images)


Singer Gavin DeGraw will be paired with professional dancer Karina Smirnoff. (VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images; Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images)


Katherine Jenkins will be paired with Mark Ballas. (Andreas Rentz/Getty Images; Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)

Meet the 2011 cast of ‘Dancing with the Stars’, two-hour premiere event on March 21

It seems like just yesterday that we were awaiting the big “Dancing With the Stars” casting announcement for the popular celebrity dance competition’s 11th season, where bold-faced names like Bristol Palin, Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino and eventual champ Jennifer Grey became even bolder during their time on the show.

Now, just six months later, the famous dance floor has been wiped clean to make way for a whole new crop of aspiring dance champs.

(The show airs on March 21st.)

Here’s a look at the 11 eclectic new contestants signed on for season 12 of “Dancing With the Stars”:

Chris Jericho
Jericho, born Christopher Irvine, is very well known to the world of professional wrestling fans. The 40-year-old was the first undisputed champion of the WWE in December 2001 (he beat Stone Cold Steve Austin and the Rock) but put his career on hold recently to focus more on his other passion project, performing as lead singer of heavy-metal band Fozzy.

Romeo
Although originally signed up to strut his stuff on season two, Romeo was replaced at the last minute by his equally famous poppa, Master P (whose turn on “DWTS” has been touted by many critics and followers as one of the worst in the show’s history; his Paso Doble holds the record for the lowest score ever). With the bar set slightly lower than average, the 21-year-old rapper, who once played college basketball for USC, likely hopes to make it farther than his father.

Kendra Wilkinson
The decidedly un-shy, already established reality-TV star Wilkinson is no stranger to performing or baring all in front of audiences. Wilkinson, who got her start as a Playboy model, ventured into television as a part of E!’s “The Girls Next Door” before slightly tempering her party-girl ways to settle down with NFL player Hank Baskett, their domestic bliss being the subject of her current show, “Kendra: Bunny Next Door.”

Kirstie Alley
Before she was the subject of her own reality show, “Kirstie Alley’s Big Life,” first on A&E and now Lifetime, and a Jenny Craig spokeswoman, Alley was known to several generations of TV watchers and filmgoers for her memorable turns on TV shows “Cheers” and “Veronica’s Closet” and movies like “Look Who’s Talking.” The outspoken celeb is a longtime “DWTS” fan.

Wendy Williams
The self-proclaimed “Queen of All Media” made a name for herself as a radio DJ then became a best-selling author and currently hosts her own syndicated daytime talk show called “The Wendy Williams Show.” Williams has a knack for asking uncomfortable questions during celebrity interviews and will certainly be a force to be reckoned with on the dance floor. Her talk show is reportedly scheduled to go on hiatus while she competes on the show.

Chelsea Kane
As has been the custom over the course of the past few seasons, the “DWTS” team has welcomed another Disney star into their midst, Chelsea Kane (formerly known as Chelsea Staub, Kane legally changed her professional name back in December). The 22-year-old was a regular on Disney’s “JONAS,” starring the Jonas Brothers, and currently lends her voice to the character Bea on the animated series “Fish Hooks.”

Sugar Ray Leonard
Leonard, a former professional boxer, follows in the footsteps of a slew of former professional athletes who have danced before him. While athletes have been formidable competitors in “DWTS” seasons past, the boxers haven’t fared quite as well. The 54-year-old’s illustrious career includes winning world titles in five weight divisions, including the welterweight champion of the world, as well as being the first boxer to earn more than $100 million in total purse winnings. Here’s hoping Leonard’s footwork is more like that of Laila Ali than Evander Holyfield and Floyd Mayweather.

Ralph Macchio
Although he’s had a few memorable parts on TV shows like “Entourage” and “Ugly Betty,” for a lot of people, Macchio will always and forever be the original “Karate Kid.” Sure, Jaden Smith karate-chopped his way to box-office success with his turn in 2010’s remake, but Macchio kicked his way into the hearts of teenage girls everywhere with 1984’s “The Karate Kid” and subsequent sequels.

Hines Ward
They’re certainly not skimping on the athletes this season! Ward joins the cast as one of three professional athletes competing for the famed discoball trophy. The onetime Super Bowl MVP currently plays wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers and was born in Seoul, South Korea. In September of last year, President Barack Obama appointed him a member of the President’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.

Petra Nemcova
This Czechoslovakian beauty is a supermodel with a big heart. The 31-year-old was one of hundreds of thousands of people caught in the devastating South Asian tsunami in 2004, which killed 250,000 people in 14 countries, including Nemcova’s boyfriend at the time, Simon Atlee. When Nemcova visited the site of the tsunami several months later, she was unsatisfied with the structure of how charitable donations benefit those living in states of emergency, so she created the Happy Hearts Fund to help children in post-disaster areas in eight countries: Haiti, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Hurricane Katrina-affected areas of the United States.

Mike Catherwood
While most TV watchers are familiar with Dr. Drew from his various VH1 shows, his “Loveline” radio partner, Mike Catherwood, might not be as well-known. Catherwood, also known as Psycho Mike, has co-hosted the syndicated radio show for a year now, following Adam Carolla’s exit back in 2005. The muscly radio host — who also works on Los Angeles’ “Kevin & Bean Show” — recently made a memorable appearance filling in for Regis Philbin on “Live With Regis & Kelly.” We’ll see if his smooth-talking skills and time in the gym translate to a successful “DWTS” run.

 

via MTV By Kara Warner

Dancing with the Stars Season 10 Cast Revealed!


Reality TV star Kate Gosselin, TV icon Shannen Doherty, Astronaut (The) Buzz Aldrin and the latest Bachelor, Jake Pavelka, are among the 11 new celebrities who will hit the floor on Season 10 of Dancing with the Stars.


Dancing
host Tom Bergeron and Season 8 finalist Melissa Rycroft revealed the cast of Dancing with the stars Season 10 during Monday’s season finale of The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love. The celeb-dancer pairings will be announced on TUESDAY March 2.

The rest of the cast are: Aiden Turner, Soap Opera Star, Chad Ochocinco, NFL wide receiver, Erin Andrews, sports reporter, Olympic Gold Medal Winner and World Figure Skating Champion Evan Lysacek, Model, actress, and entrepreneur, Pamela Anderson, host and producer of the Style Network’s home makeover show, Clean House, Niecy Nash, and The Pussycat Doll’s Nicole Scherzinger.

Don’t miss the premiere!

LIVE 2-Hour DANCING WITH THE STARS
Premiere Event Monday, March 22 at 8|7c on ABC

Lacey Schwimmer Leaves ‘Dancing With The Stars’

‘Dancing With the Stars’ will be one star short this season when professional dancer Lacey Schwimmer leaves the show. On Friday, Schwimmer confirmed via Twitter that she will not be returning to the show for another season.

In a tweet to her fans, she wrote, “Hey twitterbugs! I will not be doing DWTS this season. But be sure to tune in! <3." Soon after her initial tweet about leaving the show, Schwimmer wrote, "I'm off to bed! I'm sad I will not be on this season of dwts too yall! Biglove<3". Schwimmer, a former 'So You Think You Can Dance' contestant, has been a member of the DWTS cast since 2008. She has served as a dance partner to Lance Bass, Steve-O and Mark Dacascos. Schwimmer's highest finish was with Bass, who finished in third place during season 7. Via PopEater.

Dancing With the Stars Season 9 Cast, The Celebrities and their Professional Partners

All systems go for ABC’s Dancing With the Stars Season 9 Cast. After the celebrities were revealed, the Professional Dancers were soon after announced.

Get familiarized with the new cast and new partnering. Some new faces among the professional dancers. How will they fare with the more seasoned dancers in the roll?

Mark the date, Dancing with the Stars’ 3-night premiere event LIVE Monday on September 21st 8/7c.

Celebrity
Occupation
Professional partner
Aaron Carter Aaron Carter Singer Karina Smirnoff
Natalie Coughlin Natalie Coughlin Olympic swimmer Alec Mazo
Mark Dacascos Mark Dacascos Host,
Iron Chef America
Lacey Schwimmer
Tom DeLay Tom DeLay Former House
majority leader
Cheryl Burke
Macy Gray Macy Gray Singer Jonathan Roberts
Ashley Hamilton Ashley Hamilton Actor, comedian Edyta Sliwinska
Melissa Joan Hart Melissa Joan Hart Actress Mark Ballas
Kathy Ireland Kathy Ireland Model Tony Dovolani
Michael Irvin Michael Irvin Former NFL player Anna Demidova
Joanna Krupa Joanna Krupa Model Derek Hough
Chuck Liddell Chuck Liddell UFC fighter Anna Trebunskaya
Debi Mazar Debi Mazar Actress Maksim Chmerkovskiy
Mya Mya Singer Dmitry Chaplin
Kelly Osbourne Kelly Osbourne Reality TV star Louis van Amstel
Donny Osmond Donny Osmond Entertainer Kym Johnson
Lou Vito Lou Vito Snowboarder Chelsie Hightower

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Dancing’s Mya: "I’m Scared of Messing Up"

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Mya is aching — but she likes it. “My torso’s cramped,” she tells TVGuide.com about rehearsing with her Dancing with the Stars partner Dmitry Chaplin. “But it’s a good sore, like I should’ve been doing something in the gym before he battered me today!” The singer/actress is hard at work perfecting her moves with Chaplin, but don’t think her dance background puts her at a large or even unfair advantage. It just puts more pressure on her, she says. See what else she has to say about her new gig and if she’ll pay tribute to the “Cell Block Tango” she performed in the musical Chicago on the show.


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