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Dancing with the Stars has hit both highs and lows in the past few months, and the strangest and arguably most controversial incident is currently happening behind the scenes, as it sounds like ABC is saying no to having two men dancing together on an upcoming episode.
It has not been a good season for Dancing with the Stars contestants. Kim Zolciak was forced to drop out of the competition series after suffering a mini-stroke. Now, another contestant has decided to withdraw.
Bindi Irwin has been crushing it out on Dancing With The Stars, but behind-the-scenes, things have not been going so smoothly. Reports this morning indicate that Bindi Irwin is having trouble with her Dancing With The Stars contract for the worst reason we can think of.
Bindi Irwin has been wowing audiences and judges alike on Season 21 of Dancing With The Stars, but her feet have been paying the price. The intensive dancing that she’s been acing for the show has resulted in a pretty gross malady that might have had lesser dancers rattled.
ABC’s Dancing With The Stars can always be counted on for some serious entertainment. Earlier this week Dancing With The Stars aired an episode sure to delight film buffs with “Famous Dances Night.” Here's the best moment.
Sometimes the celebrities who sign on have two left feet or no chemistry with the pro dancer they are paired with.While some experiences on the show are great, recently Maksim Chmerkovskiy explained the one celebrity he has a major problem with.
Competitor Kim Zolciak—famous for being on Real Housewives of Atlanta--suffered a mini-stroke after competing on the big show. Due to her health issues, she was withdrawn from the series, but now the ABC competition series is working to bring the reality star back.
Bergeron has guided viewers through the dancing talents of celebrities large and small as they compete for the top prize. Unfortunately, Bergeron announced last night that he’ll be missing tonight’s episode of Dancing With The Stars. Here's why.
If you’re competing on Dancing with the Stars you would hope that the worst health issue you might have to deal with would be a pulled muscle. Unfortunately, for one contestant the health scare is significantly bigger than that.
Dance, Dance, Dance comes from the same company that produced The Voice, so there’s at least a good chance we’ll see it on network TV this time next year. But will it be able to stand out from the pack of other dance-oriented reality competition programs?
It’s not that often that people show reverence through the act of dancing on a reality TV show, but that’s just what happened on Monday night’s episode of Dancing with the Stars, when this season’s cast member Bindi Irwin paid respects to her father Steve “Crocodile Hunter” Irwin.
There were some really, really low scores to kick off Season 21 from the likes of reality star Kim Kolziak, Paula Deen and an energetic-but-uncoordinated Gary Busey. You can check out the worst of the worst, here.
We’re less than two weeks away from the Season 21 opener of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars, but before we can put on our dancing shoes and hit the stage floor, we need to know what celebrities are going to be up for elimination this year. And here they are.
However, it’s less common for the professional dancers to get injured during the long weeks spent practicing and training for the Dancing with the Stars live shows on ABC. Regardless, that’s exactly what happened to famed dancer Derek Hough, who is out with a nasty injury that could keep him sidelined for some time.
After 10 years of being on the air, a series is expected to go through some changes, and Dancing With the Stars is going to see a major shake-up after Season 20 next year. Find out who's leaving the show.