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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 Due to her health issues, she was withdrawn from the series, but now the ABC competition series is working to bring the reality star back.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.
Jonathan Bennett competed on Season 19 of Dancing with the Stars. Onstage, he may have looked fairly smooth, but a recent video reveals the Mean Girls took a gigantic fall while practicing for ABC’s hit series. Check it out.
It’s tough to be on Dancing With The Stars. Reports from professional dancers and contestants over the years have shown the competition to be grueling and strenuous, and this season at least two of the guys competing are dealing with fairly bad injuries, one of which seemed as if it would be his downfall
A disastrous first dance cut Lolo from Dancing With The Stars in its first week, leading the athlete to rag on herself in the aftermath. On Wednesday, Jones spoke out about her embarrassment at leaving the competition so early, as well as explaining how hard she is on herself as a competitor and coming to terms with that side of herself.
Dancing With The Stars has featured a revolving lineup of professional dancers along with its contestants over the years. Still, there are a few professional dancers who have become household names, including Derek Hough, Cheryl Burke, Mark Ballas and more. It’s a shock when one of the show’s favorites decides to leave, which is why we aren’t particularly pleased about Burke’s latest announcement.
Humorously, from a fan perspective, it also gives us a chance to make a knee-jerk judgment of how coordinated or uncoordinated a competitor might be. So, for example, it’s pretty clear from just this intro that Michael Waltrip isn’t exactly Justin Timberlake.
We are getting close to crunch time for the new season of Dancing with the Stars. With a September 15 premiere, it’s no surprise that longtime hosts hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews headed to Good Morning America on Thursday to spill the beans on the famous celebrities who will attempt to foxtrot their way to victory. Included in the new list is an aging fashionista, a cauliflower-eared fighter and a Duck Dynasty cast member.