Dancing With The Stars
“Extra” special correspondent Tony Dovolani was backstage after the “Dancing with the Stars” show on Tuesday, talking with the eliminated Lisa Vanderpump, who blasts rumors she faked passing out.
It's time for “Dancing with the Stars” to send someone home. After Week 4 performances, the bottom three included Victor Ortiz, Andy Dick and the ailing Lisa Vanderpump.
Suffering from a viral infection and under doctors’ care, Lisa fainted from exhaustion during rehearsals for “DWTS” last week after she had been traveling and rehearsing all week with partner Gleb Savchenko.
“Real Housewives” star Lisa Vanderpump is hoping to dance with partner Gleb Savchenko in the elimination round of “Dancing with the Stars” on Tuesday, a source connected with the show told “Extra.”
It was one dramatic night on “Dancing with the Stars” as Lisa Vanderpump took the stage after a fainting spell, and Carrie Ann Inaba broke down in tears over Andy Dick’s Viennese waltz.
Lisa’s dancing future could be in serious jeopardy after her “blackout” during rehearsals on Thursday. The “Real Housewife” was jet-setting and rehearsing all week with partner Gleb Savchenko, and the exhaustion caught up with her as they practiced the cha cha.
Andy Dick, who found himself in the bottom two last week, dedicated an emotional Viennese waltz to his 15-year-old daughter.
“This has been the best year, because of sobriety,” said Andy. “My daughter Meg is the apple of my eye. We have a super special relationship… my troubles become their troubles. I've put them through hell.” Watch his performance with partner Shama Burgess!
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Although country singer Wynonna Judd was voted off “Dancing with the Stars” on Tuesday, she has something to cheer about at home.
In week three of “Dancing with the Stars,” the theme was Prom Night.
Fans voted for their Prom King and Prom Queen on Twitter, and the honors went to Jacoby Jones and Zendaya, along with their respective partners, Karina Smirnoff and Val Chmerkovskiy.
One couple, however, had to be sent home. Wynonna Judd, Lisa Vanderpump and Andy Dick made the bottom three after their performances on Monday and in the end, we said goodbye to Judd and partner Tony Dovolani.
Watch their performance!