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Some of these injuries are small enough that the dancers can tough through them, but occasionally contestants will have to take a week off or even drop out of the competition because of an injury.
Earlier during the TV season, ABC made a big hullabaloo about how there would never be close quarters, same-sex dancing on Dancing with the Stars. The comments from the network at the time earned some backlash, and it didn’t take the network very long to change its mind.
Let’s take a look at some of the reality show participants over the years who’ve had to check out of their series because medical issues got in the way.
This week, however, DiMarco got a little cocky during his practices with professional dancer Peta Murgatroyd. In fact, he was so confident that he even took some shots at the other contestants. Here's what he had to say.
Somebody change the sign by the door, because it has now been exactly zero days since the last accident on Dancing with the Stars. This time around, it was Fuller House star Jodie Sweetin that was the injured party.
Every season, Dancing with the Stars sets up its professional dancers with a different type of celebrity, coming from different age groups, skill levels and fields. Some of these pairings make for magic on the small screen. Some of them, however, are a total nightmare.
Derek Hough competed in Dancing with the Stars for a long time. So long, in fact, that he has won the Mirrorball Trophy six times with different dancing partners on the series. Unfortunately, Derek Hough opted to take a breaking during Season 22.
We never know what to expect when it comes to a new season of Dancing With the Stars, and a lot of the fun comes from watching unlikely candidates compete for the title of champion. Season 22 has seen deaf model Nyle DiMarco dazzle audiences despite not being able to hear the music.
Judges leave reality competition shows all the time, for a variety of reasons. This season, Dancing with the Stars darling Julianne Hough ultimately decided to give up her judges chair. Here's why she's cool with the decision.
Dancing with the Stars has seen a lot of memorable performances. Sometimes, the dancing we feast our eyes on…well it can leave a lot to be desired. Like when Geraldo Rivera failed to help the show live up to the “dancing” part of its title. Take a look.
We’ve known for a while that Fuller House actress Jodie Sweetin would be on board (among a few other names), but this morning the rest of the cast—and who they are partnered with—has been revealed. Check 'em out.
A hot minute after Fuller House was renewed for a second season, series lead Jodie Sweetin, who plays Stephanie on the hit sitcom, also announced she will be joining Dancing with the Stars next season.
Dancing with the Stars is about to lose one of its major players going into the long-running show's twenty-second season. A familiar face to the fans of the reality show is heading out just as one familiar face is returning.
Scott Disick is not known for many things. He’s the father of Kourtney Kardashian’s three kids. He’s been to rehab a few times. And he’s got a reputation for being a hard-partying ladies man. Now Disick will be known for trying to get money out of Dancing with the Stars.
Dancing with the Stars contestant Tamar Braxton dropped out of the competition in November due to medical problems. Now she’s opened up about how much worse her condition actually was than what was thought at the time.