Dancing With The Stars
First to go were Diana Nyad and Henry Byalikov, who despite getting the boot were still able perform their cha cha.
The second couple to go home was Sean Avery and Karina Smirnoff, even after performing a praised salsa.
Derek and Julianne were giving audiences a taste of what their show will be like when they stopped by "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" this week.
"Extra" host Maria Menounos caught up with the siblings backstage at "Ellen" to chat about their show, and this season of "Dancing with the Stars."
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Amy Purdy is the first double amputee to grace the “Dancing with the Stars” stage, and the Paralympian snowboarder is already America’s darling! She even received a standing ovation for her performance with partner Derek Hough on Monday night.DWTS.”
The new season of "Dancing with the Stars" is in full swing, so "Extra" is giving you the lowdown on this year’s stars!
Candace Cameron Brue:
You know her as DJ from “Full House,” but since her days in the Tanner clan, Brue has appeared in several TV movies and landed guest roles on shows like “Make It or Break it.”
Brue will be dancing with pro Mark Ballas.
Charlie and Sharna’s contemporary dance wowed the audience… watch!
The two unbuttoned their shirts to compare their pecs, talked about what to expect this season on the show, and hinted at the possibility of Mario joining as a guest judge.
"Dancing with the Stars" premieres Monday, March 17 at 8 PM on ABC.
“Extra” caught up with “Real Housewife” NeNe Leakes and her “Dancing with the Stars” partner Tony Dovolani in Atlanta!
NeNe said rehearsals are going well. “For me, they've been really, really good and rewarding, and tiring, and just all of the above, but rewarding." Tony added that she came ready to work. “I also think that she didn't know what she signed up for 'cause she's a little sore and stuff.”
“Extra’s” Renee Bargh caught up with new “Dancing with the Stars” cast member NeNe Leakes and partner Tony Dovolani to talk about their strategy.