Dancing With The Stars
“Dancing with the Stars” was full of surprises on Monday.
First, the contestants were tasked with performing in an improvisational switch-up challenge. They had to show off their dancing skills while dancing to music that suddenly changed in the middle of the routine.
We spied the "DWTS" cast exiting their late-night rehearsals for their group dances.
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It’s on! Maks Chmerkovskiy and Kate Upton are officially dating!
“Dancing with the Stars” pro Tristan MacManus turned “Extra” special correspondent on Monday, chatting with the “DWTS” cast about this week’s theme, “Most Memorable Year of My Life.”
Contestant Jack Osbourne said he didn’t expect to tear up when he talked about his MS diagnosis on the show. “It was a little weird. That’s a first… it’s like being in therapy. If you go over half an hour nothing happens, but that hour mark in therapy, you just end up bawling.”
In a surprising elimination, “Dancing with the Stars” said goodbye to contestant Christina Milian and pro partner Mark Ballas.
This week, the nine remaining celebs commemorated "The Most Memorable Year of Their Life." For Milian, that was 2010 when she found out her child's father, The Dream, was cheating on her with his assistant. "To see it not work out was like the biggest pain." She and Ballas danced a cha cha to Cee Lo Green's song “Forget You,” to let women know they can "move on and be strong."
Former "Saved by the Bell" co-stars Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley had a blast dancing together on “Extra,” and now Berkley is planning to perform a “Saved”-inspired routine on “Dancing with the Stars.”Life and Style, adding that they will also perform a “Showgirls”-inspired number.
“Extra’s” Renee Bargh caught up with “Dancing with the Stars” pro Valentin Chmerkovskiy after Monday night’s performances, and Val opened up about his brother Maksim’s hot new romance with Kate Upton.
Maksim, 33, and the Sports Illustrated cover girl, 21, went public with their relationship on September 26th, stepping out and holding hands in New York City.
The courageous Valerie Harper ended her time on "Dancing with the Stars," but left a message of hope.
When the 74-year-old joined the competition while battling terminal cancer, it became clear everyone was on her side, especially pro partner Tristan MacManus. Still, an old knee injury posed major problems for her, and her scores were low.
After the announcement, Harper said, "It has been absolutely wonderful -- completely unique, like nothing else in the world that you would ever do. It was an opportunity for me to carry a message to folks, not just with cancer, whatever they have -- whatever challenge."