Controversial "Dancing with the Stars" alum Chaz Bono paid a visit to The Grove and revealed he is rooting for "J.R., but it could be anybody's game." Bono, who was eliminated from the competition series last month, said, "Everybody's coming back for the finale."
The transgender advocate recently appeared on Howard Stern's radio show, where he expressed interest in hosting a talk show. Chaz explained, "Actually, somebody tweeted me this idea of me, J.R. (Martinez), David (Arquette), and Carson (Kressley) doing something together. And I just thought, 'What an interesting group of guys we all are, this could be really good.'"
"Dancing with the Stars" pro Maks Chmerkovskiy isn't really backing down from his heated exchange with judge Len Goodman.
On Tuesday's results show, the hot-blooded dancer backtracked on his statement about having "made the show," telling host Brooke Burke Charvet, "It's not my show. I'm part of a very large cast. And I'm proud to be with them."
But on "Good Morning America" Wednesday, Maks told host Robin Roberts he has no regrets for telling Goodman to get out of business. "I definitely have nothing to apologize for to Len, and certainly not Carrie Ann. She can make all the faces all she wants. I love the show, I love the fans and that's the whole idea of it."
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Chaz Bono, who was booted off the show last night, also had a bone to pick with judge Bruno Tonioli for some of his insensitive comments during Chaz's time on the show.
Monday night's "Dancing with the Stars" was nearly overshadowed by Cher's superstar presence in the audience. Chaz Bono's mom sat front and center and was in tears after Chaz's Rocky-themed performance.
"Extra's" Renee Bargh was backstage to chat with Bono -- who said, "My mom was more nervous than I was." Renee read a tweet that Cher had written, saying, "I wasn't expecting to be so nervous... broke my bracelet clapping. I'm so proud, Chaz was great!"
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Even though he scored at the bottom for the second week in a row, "Dancing with the Stars" contestant Chaz Bono was declared safe.
Co-host Brooke Burke Charvet reminded that Chaz's mom, Cher, tweeted Monday that if Bono made it through, she'd make a personal appearance, so the singer should be cheering for Chaz in the audience next week!
The bottom three in the results show came down to Carson Kressley, Hope Solo and Kristin Cavallari. So who was sent home?
That would be the former "The Hills" star. "I'm a little surprised to be honest," said Cavallari, but she added, "It is what it is." Her pro partner Mark Ballas said, "She had great potential. I thought she killed it last night." Watch their performance!
"Dancing with the Stars" contestant Chaz Bono said his musical preferences on the dance floor won't include songs from his mother, Cher.
"It won't happen," the transgender advocate told "Extra" correspondent Adrianna Costa. "It's just not want I'm into!"
The first transgender contestant on "Dancing with the Stars" is stirring up controversy, with anonymous, ugly comments about Chaz Bono flooding the "Dancing" website.
Bono, whose parents are Cher and the late Sonny Bono, was spotted leaving rehearsal with dancing partner Lacey Schwimmer, just hours after the online flames erupted. As he walked to his car, paparazzie asked how it was going, and Chaz gave them a thumbs-up.