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Published by Lisa
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1 min read
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  November 22, 2017

Season 25 has come and gone, Dancing With the Stars fans! The winner was revealed after the last three teams performed one last time on the Tuesday, November 21, finale. Each couple performed two numbers: the first was a repeat of their favorite dance of the season; the other was part of a “24-Hour Fusion Challenge,” in which they had to combine two contrasting dance styles and come up with the dance in less than 24 hours.

Per usual, the finale also included many celebrity appearances. Not only did the entire cast of season 25 perform, but Nick Lachey sang a brand new song, “Someone to Dance With,” a track inspired by his time on the show.

Kelsea Ballerini performed “Legends,” Lindsey Stirling and Becky G performed “Christmas C’Mon” and Jordan Fisher sang a holiday medley with Debbie Gibson to “Sleigh Ride”/”What Christmas Means to Me.”

Frankie and Witney were announced as the third place … and Jordan and Lindsay won the mirrorball!

Tell Us: are you happy with the winners?

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Published by Lisa
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2 min read
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  October 31, 2017

Welcome boys and ghouls to Halloween Night on Dancing With the Stars, the evening when you come for the Halloween-themed dance routines but stay for the extraordinary amount of Halloween puns and also Sasha Farber scaring the crap out of people.

What fun! Even more fun: our first round of team dances, in which the team score will be added to each couple’s total score. There’s lots to cover, including a legitimately surprising elimination, so let’s dance.

Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev
Jive, “I Put a Spell on You” by Bette Midler
You guys, I’ve never trusted the “secret menu” at Starbucks, and after watching Nikki-as-a-witch serve Artem-as-a-coffee-drinker some witchy brew from “Spellbucks” during their jive, I feel very vindicated. Menus are menus for a reason! Anyway, Nikki and Artem may be having fun together in rehearsals, but it doesn’t exactly translate to a showstopper on the dance floor. Their jive is serviceable, but the judges want more oomph. The footwork is clean for most of it, but there a few mistakes that seem to rattle Nikki and zap some of the energy from the routine. Nikki and Artem’s partnership is top notch, but this routine, not so much.
Judges’ Score: 24/30

TEAM ROUND

Team Monster Mash (Jordan and Lindsay, Lindsey and Mark, Nikki and Artem, Terrell and Cheryl)
With the two frontrunners and Mark Ballas dressed head to toe as a creepy scarecrow, Team Monster Mash is the team to beat. Unfortunately, the team seems to bite off more Halloween candy than it can chew. The concept is cute — the celebs are lost in a corn maze full of scary monsters and Artem’s abs wearing a hockey mask — but much of the technique is sacrificed for big production value. Their individual sequences are good, but anytime they come together as a group, things are out of sync. It’s charming but hectic, and you know how much Len dislikes hectic. Everyone is underwhelmed.
Judges’ Score: 24/30

After all the spookiness in the ballroom, now comes time for the really scary part: elimination. Four couples find themselves in jeopardy: Terrell and Cheryl, Nikki and Artem, Drew and Emma, and Vanessa and Maks.

Terrell and Cheryl and Drew and Emma are sent to safety…and both Nikki and Artem and Vanessa and Maks are eliminated. Surprise! Inside your pillow case of candy is a big steaming pile of double elimination. Ugh. Halloween is the worst.

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Published by Lisa
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2 min read
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  October 24, 2017

Welcome to “A Night at the Movies” on Dancing With the Stars! It’s always an exciting theme, what with the creative movie homages (I’m looking at you, Mark Ballas) and fun costuming, but this season is even more so thanks to our guest judge (and performer): Shania Twain is in the house, you guys! Honestly, if she doesn’t begin every critique with “That don’t impress me much,” what is she even doing here?

Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev
Argentine Tango, “Dernière Danse” by Indila (Foreign Films)
A beret-clad Len Goodman informs Nikki and Artem that they’ll be tackling foreign films as their movie genre, and he wants to see a routine full of class, elegance, and style. Nikki spends rehearsal working on her technique and her ability to be vulnerable. Both are easier with Artem at her side. Seriously, Artem is such a great partner for Ms. Bella. Their swanky Argentine tango suits Nikki so well. They lose balance at one point, but it doesn’t matter — the rest of the routine is très good. Those legs! They way they get into hold! Shania comments on how sensual the flick of two ankles in unison can be. I mean, (1) She’s right, and (2) LOOK AT YOU, SHANIA.
Judges’ Score: 36/40

Well, that was fun! Now let’s crush some dreams. The bottom three couples of the evening are Victoria and Val, Terrell and Cheryl, and Nick and Peta. V & V Music Factory are easily sent to safety, and in the end, it is time to say goodbye to Nick and Peta. His positive attitude and hella handsome smile will be missed, but there are a lot of contenders, and it was obvious to everyone (including Nick, let’s be honest), that he just wasn’t one of them. Hey, Hollywood is a tough town.

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Published by Lisa
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2 min read
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  October 17, 2017

Let’s be honest: We all need “Disney Night.” Whether you find “Most Memorable Year” night emotional or manipulative (or both because some of us just can’t help ourselves), the last turn on the dance floor was a lot. And outside of the ballroom, our world is…well, it’s also a lot. So Mickey and Minnie and the entire Disney crew are a cheerful, welcome respite from all the terrible. Someone is still going home at the end of the night, but let’s enjoy the DWTS tribute to “Disney Through the Years” and all the mouse ears while we can.

Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev
Jazz, “Remember Me” from Coco
If any DWTS superfans were wondering why “Disney” was a theme night in the fall season, since thus far it’s been relegated to spring seasons, this routine is your answer. Nikki and Artem are given a song from a new Disney/Pixar movie that comes out in a few weeks. SYNERGY, PEOPLE. Being assigned Coco ends up being perfect for this couple. The film is steeped in Mexican tradition and Nikki is of Mexican descent. Her dad managed a Mariachi band! Her nephews and nieces call her Coco! Artem works some traditional Mexican folk dance into their “jazz” routine, but mostly I’m mesmerized by all the colors. It’s fun and joyful and all the judges agree that Nikki has never looked better (or more at home) on the dance floor. 9s for you, Aunt Coco! You go, Aunt Coco!
Judges’ Score: 27/30

Disney is magic and through imagination anything is possible, except staying on DWTS when you have the lowest combined score of judges’ scores and viewer votes. In jeopardy this evening are Sasha and Gleb and Frankie and Witney. Neither of these couples deserve to go home just yet, but it is time to say goodbye to Sasha and Gleb. Don’t be too sad, because next week Shania Twain is the guest judge and she is sure to make everything better. Shania!

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Published by Lisa
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2 min read
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  October 11, 2017

Although it’s been said many times, many ways: Welcome to “Most Memorable Year” on Dancing With the Stars. Now, prepare to cry.

It’s not like DWTS doesn’t know what it’s doing — just look at how many couples have been assigned the contemporary style of dance. “Contemporary” is dance speak for “Make them feel. Make them feeling every last thing.” They are begging us to cry! What with people dancing about late loved ones, premature babies, and LEARNING TO WALK AGAIN, we should be able to oblige.

Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev
Contemporary, “Fight Song” by Rachel Platten
Nikki’s most memorable year is 2016, the year she discovered a possibly career-ending neck injury. And by “injury” she means her neck was about to snap in half. You know, that old injury. Nikki pushed through recovery (anyone else feel intense shame watching Nikki work out whilst wearing a neck brace?) and found herself back in the ring seven months later. She is a fighter. As Erin points out in the post-routine interview, the best part of this contemporary routine set inside a wrestling ring clad with silks is the big “thank you” Nikki gives to Artem when it ends. The routine showed off her strength and vulnerability, her power and artistry. She thought it was the first time she was really able to share her true self, and that was all Artem. Artem!
Judges’ Score: 24/30

Now that we’ve emotionally destroyed everyone, let’s tell one couple they are no longer good enough to stay on this show. Up for elimination are: Nick and Peta and Derek and Sharna. Unfortunately, on this moving night, the time has come to say goodbye to Derek and Sharna. I feel like they were just getting started. Oh, Sharna. One day, the queen will have her Mirrorball.

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Published by Lisa
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2 min read
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  October 3, 2017

At a time when the country is mourning the unspeakable tragedy in Las Vegas, it can seem a bit ridiculous to sit down and watch a televised celebrity dance competition — but if this sometimes silly but always uplifting show can give someone a respite from the grief and anger for a short while, then maybe it isn’t so ridiculous. ABC has decided the show must go on, and after a few words from Tom Bergeron, the show does exactly that. Everything is terrible, but at least we can focus on dancing for two hours.

The good news is that there will be no elimination tonight; the bad news is that it’s “guilty pleasure” night and almost no one knows what a guilty pleasure actually is. A grown man loving boy bands? Yes. Hanging out with your friends? Not so much. Anyway, let’s try to feel as much joy as we can muster tonight — to the dance floor.

Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev
Viennese Waltz, “Love on the Brain” by Rihanna
The true gift of tonight’s DWTS? Artem Chigvintsev as Fabio. I will treasure that moment always. Nikki’s guilty pleasure is romance novels, specifically 50 Shades of Grey. When Artem shows up with some very naughty choreography, Nikki all but chokeholds the guy to get him to admit he watched the movie in preparation. Now, this is a true guilty pleasure! Their routine is definitely not a traditional Viennese waltz, but it is pretty steamy. As Carrie Ann points out, it’s a big risk — especially with Nikki’s fiancé, John Cena, sitting in the audience staring down Artem. That man is a handsome tree and please, please, please, can we get him on this show?
Judges’ Score: 21/30

Since the folks behind Dancing With the Stars wisely decided to forego an elimination tonight, we could simply focus on the joy and positivity that dancing can bring. We needed it. Until next time, Dancing fam!

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Published by Kat
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2 min read
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  September 27, 2017

With an early double elimination week in the history books, which included dancing two different routines on back-to-back nights, Nikki Bella is still in the running for the Mirror Ball Trophy on Season 25 of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.”

After Monday’s Viennese Waltz and a judges’ score of 21 combined with viewer votes, Nikki was safe on Tuesday’s Latin Night, where she danced the samba to this summer’s hit, “Despacito.” The samba scored her an 18 from the judges, so Nikki still needs your votes before an elimination on next Monday’s “Guilty Pleasures” Night. Call 1-800-868-3409 up to 60 minutes after the show, or vote online at dwtsvote.abc.go.com up to 24 hours after the show.

Nikki – the only Latina in the competition – nixed her nerves about getting close to professional partner Artem Chigvintsev for the sexy samba and donned a curve-hugging purple outfit and matching sparkly lipstick. But the judges weren’t sold on her sultry look and dance, which kicked off Latin Night.

Judge Len Goodman said he wasn’t keen on all the gyrating. “You’ve got to use your feet and your legs a little stronger so you get the samba bounce action, which it was lacking,” he said.

Judge Bruno Tonioli was a bit easier on The Bella Twin: “Once you got going, you got going nicely,” Tonioli commented. “The timing was a little bit off, but the look was on.”

During her post-dance interview with co-host Erin Andrews, Nikki said she particularly enjoyed her second dance of the week.

“Being a Latina, I love Latin night,” Nikki said. “I think my hips get a little too out of control. I get a little too excited, so I do kind of lose the form, and I think I just go into Nicole’s own little rhythm, so I have to work on that.”

Call to vote for Nikki toll-free at 1-800-868-3409. (Save this number, as it will be Nikki and Artem’s number to dial each week!) Note, only your first 12 votes count, and phonelines stay open for only 60 minutes after the finish of “Dancing with the Stars” in your local time zone. You can also vote online 12 times at dwtsvote.abc.go.com up to 24 hours after the end of the show.

See Nikki next Monday when “Dancing with the Stars” returns to ABC at 8/7 C.

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