It’s Rock Week on ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ and with two performances from 70s kabuki-rockers Kiss planned for Monday and Tuesday, the whole ballroom is abuzz. Even the ‘DWTS’ logo has been Kiss-ified.
Host Tom Bergeron says we’re gonna “rock out with our lockstep out,” which isn’t at all how that saying goes but hey, kids are watching so we’ll let it go.
After Monday night’s emotional performances during which the dancers did tributes to memorable periods in their lives, it seems almost cruel to cut someone — but the merciless ax of ‘Dancing with the Stars’ must fall.
Whose head rolled across the ballroom, never to cha-cha again?
We lost Martina Navratilova from the competition last week, which we hope means she’s relaxing at home with all of her Wimbledon trophies and reveling in the fact that she’ll never have to wear high heels again.
This week? The competitors do a personal dance that tells a story about their lives. Break out the Kleenex — you know none of these will start with, “So the funniest thing happened to me …”
Tuesday nights bring doom for the ‘Dancing with the Stars’ contestants, because one has to turn in their sequins and watch the rest of the competition from home (or at least from a chair in the audience). Who was this season’s first casualty?
After last week’s revelation that none of this season’s performers on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ are mock-worthy, about all we can do now is cheer for our favorites (or, for the snarkier among us, at least hope someone has an off-week).
It’s time for season 14 of ‘Dancing with the Stars’!
Hosts Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke-Charvet are back in place to emcee the festivities, and if last year is any indication, he’ll be witty and charming and she’ll wear too much makeup and ask the dancers inane questions. Also returning are the judges: gentle-but-honest Carrie Ann Inaba, British truth-teller Len Goodman, and the fun but flamboyantly inappropriate Bruno Tonioli.
’21 Jump Street,’ the movie version of the 1980s television show that introduced the world to the phenomenon known as Johnny Depp, opened strong with $35 million to easily take the top spot at the box office this weekend.
Back in the 1970s, football great Joe Namath did a television commercial for pantyhose, proving that with enough charisma and swagger, the right guy can sell just about anything. His ad was meant for women — but a whole new generation of hose and tights are aimed squarely at men.
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