I have to admit I love Dancing With The Stars partner photos. Oh, lord the cheese! It’s better than funnel cake at the county fair (oh which I am desperately craving right. now). And what’s better than regular DWTS photos? ALL STAR VERSIONS!
ABC just released the first batch of our favorite cheese ball professional dancers and our favorite desperately seeking a return to relevance ‘celebrities’!
Curiously, Maksim Chmerkovskiy (currently under fire for allegedly slapping former partner Hope Solo during last season’s rehearsals) and Kirstie Alley‘s photo is missing for the bunch! Kiristie tweeted: “We haven’t shot ours yet..We shoot next week..:) been gone”
Also, ABC is still stringing us along for who will be the lucky 13th dancer. I just heard a rumor that Kate Gosselin was added to the mix! Just kidding… but who doesn’t crave another dose of her insane bitchiness and the gossip that surrounds it?
Behold the glamour below! Let’s get judgey, shall we.
Kim Kardashian wasn’t in Miami this week just for fun (and to harass Myla Sinanaj) , the reality TV star was workin’ hard (and not just at taking pics for her Twitter followers).
Kim hit the green carpet to host the Midori Beachside Bash at Delano Beach Club. Kim has been the spokesperson for Midori since January of 2011. I have to say that this endorsement has alway baffled me. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t blame her for snapping up the cash where she can, but Kim has admitted a number of times that she doesn’t drink. It’s a little like Vicki Gunvalson giving advice on how to land the perfect man.
Last week we said buh-bye to Jaleel White on Dancing with the Stars, leaving us with just six couples. Last night, the couples danced twice. First, they danced one-on-one and then later, as a threesome.
First up, Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd danced a sassy tango that Len absolutely loved. Bruno said he thought he’d have to call a marriage counselor because they were so convincing in their aggression.
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The elimination would take like 3.5 minutes if they cut out the six musical guests and stopped showing us twelve more times what we already saw the night before. But, I guess that’d be pretty boring and pointless, right?
Tonight we saw musical performances by Train, Selena Gomez & the Scene, and Sheila E. Then we had a lot of build up to the dance duel, which wound up beingJaleel White and Kym Johnson versus Gavin DeGraw and Karina Smirnoff.
The couples squared off over the cha cha. Jaleel and Kym thankfully changed out of their costumes from last night, but I’m not so sure it was an upgrade in Kym’s case. She was one hip shake away from a wardrobe malfunction.
After the dance duel (which was chaotic to watch), the judges unanimously decide to save Jaleel and Kym and say goodbye to Gavin and Karina.
Gavin took the news gracefully, saying “It’s amazing just being part of the show. Knowing Karina Smirnoff, of course, having a great mentor. And getting to reach out and know all these amazing people who are a part of this show.”
We have Motown to look forward to next week! We have just eight couples left:
Katherine Jenkins & Mark Ballas Jaleel White & Kym Johnson William Levy & Cheryl Burke Gladys Knight & Tristan MacManus Roshon Fegan & Chelsie Hightower Maria Menounos & Derek Hough Donald Driver & Peta Murgatroyd Melissa Gilbert & Maksim Chmerkovskiy
TELL US – WERE YOU SURPRISED TO SEE GAVIN AND KARINA GO? WHO DO YOU PREDICT WILL BE NEXT?