Dancing With the Stars’ Season 17 concluded on Tuesday night with Glee star and singer Amber Riley being named the champion alongside her professional partner, five-time winner Derek Hough. Dancing With The Stars Recap The finale began with judges Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli, the previously eliminated celebrities and the three remaining couples dancing throughout the studio with clips from earlier nights on the show spliced in.
Dancing With the Stars opened with a performance by last season’s winner, country singer Kellie Pickler before diving into the dance routines of the final four couples. Bill Engvall & Emma Slater First up on Monday were funny man Bill Engvall and Emma Slater reprising their emotional Viennese Waltz from week 5 of the competition.
Dancing With the Stars returned on Monday with the semifinal round of the show’s 17th season. Joining the judges table of Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli was former DWTS pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
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Dancing With the Stars, down to its Top 6 couples, required each pair to perform two dances – the last of which added a second professional dancer into the mix. Amber Riley and Derek Hough were the first to hit the dance floor.
Dancing With the Stars returned on Monday with Cher taking head judge Len Goodman’s place on the judge’s table, sandwiched between Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli. The contestants, fittingly, danced their routines to Cher’s greatest hits.
Dancing With the Stars, after last week's voting glitch, promised the elimination of at least one celebrity. While announcing that someone would certainly be heading home at the end of the evening, host Tom Bergeron also offered some more uplifting news – Cher will be guest judging and performing next week.
Dancing With The Stars returned on Monday absent last week’s best performers – Christina Milian and Mark Ballas – who were eliminated by the voters. The top eight couples not only had to dance their planned routine of the week, but also had to participate in the Switch-Up Challenge, where the couples had to improvise a dance to a randomly selected song.
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Dancing With the Stars began with a live performance by Aloe Blacc of his Avicci-produced hit “Wake Me Up." Then the celebrities had to take to the dance floor with performances inspired by the most memorable year of their lives to date.
Dancing With the Stars began with a group number starring DWTS dance pro-turned-movie star Julianne Hough, who then retreated to the judges’ table as a stand-in for Len Goodman. The first duo to take to the dance floor was Jack Osbourne – who recently dressed his daughter up to look like his dad Ozzy – and Cheryl Burke.
Olympic figure skating champion Evan Lysacek is hitting the ice to pay tribute to the 1961 U.S. Olympic figure skating team, which lost many of its members in a tragic plane crash. On the 50th anniversary, Lysacek and other top U.
Brant Daugherty, the Pretty Little Liars actor, was robbed at gunpoint following last week's Dancing With the Stars as he approached his apartment building. Daugherty was shown discussing the alarming incident with his pro partner Peta Murgatroyd during rehearsals for his quickstep Monday night.
Dancing With the Stars had a Hollywood-themed night on Monday that was missing booted former NFL star Keyshawn Johnson and revealed that a couple of the celebrity competitors were already suffering some injuries.
On Dancing with the Stars last night, Corbin Bleu and Karina Smirnoff bested the rest of the duos with their energetic Jive. Bleu pitched the idea of making the dance theme a reference to Disney’s High School Musical, in which the 24-year-old actor made a name for himself along with Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens.
Dancing with the Stars returned on Monday with its 17th season – with a new format and a new cast of celebrities battling it out on the dance floor alongside their professional partners. After the new cast performed an ensemble dance number, host Tom Bergeron introduced the first pairing of the night – Brant Daugherty and Peta Murgatroyd.
Dancing with the Stars officially has its celebrity lineup for the dancing competition’s 17th season – and ABC announced the celebrities’ respective professional dance partners. For the men: Bill Nye the "Science Guy" will be paired up with new dancer Tyne Stecklein.