It was another big night for Kellie Pickler on “Dancing with the Stars.” The country singer nabbed the first 10 from “DWTS” head judge Len Goodman, and Carrie Ann Inaba praised her for a nearly “perfect” performance.This week was all about Stevie Wonder, and the veteran singer was in the house, wowing the crowd with live performances of “Sir Duke” and “My Cherie Amour.” The contestants danced to Stevie’s music with their partners and in teams.
Kellie Pickler was declared “Prom Queen” on “Dancing with the Stars” Monday, after she wowed the judges with a lively "Footloose" jive with partner Derek Hough. The "DWTS" favorites scored 25 out of 30 points.
“Sharper than a samurai sword,” exclaimed judge Bruno Tonioli, while Carrie Ann Inaba declared, “Ridiculously amazing!”
Kellie’s Twitter followers couldn’t agree more, as the hashtag #promkellie began trending worldwide after the special “Prom Night” episode.
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In week two of “Dancing with the Stars,” Pickler and partner Derek Hough simply mesmerized with their jazz dance. Take a look!
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“Dancing with the Stars” pro dancer Derek Hough opened up to “Extra’s” Terri Seymour about how sister Julianne Hough is doing after her recent split from Ryan Seacrest, and Derek is breaking the news that she wants to get back to dancing.
It was the good, the bad and the ugly on the dance floor Monday night as “Dancing with the Stars" kicked off Season 16.
Kellie Pickler showed off some seriously sexy dance moves on the premiere of "Dancing with the Stars" Monday night. See how she compares to our top 5 sexiest dances ever!
From Season 3 runner-up Mario Lopez's hips in the Mambo, to Maksmin Chmerkovsky and Mel B's irresistible chemistry in the Paso Doble, these dances are sure to get you on your feet!
Derek Hough is returning to “Dancing with the Stars”! The three-time mirror ball champion confirmed the news via Twitter on Friday.wrote. “Wasn’t sure if I was able to do this season because of my other projects. But worked it out so I can do both. #pumped.”
The competitors on "Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars" performed two full routines Monday night, leading up to tonight's double elimination. The first, a combination of a new dance style to an offbeat theme, and the second, a tribute to Michael Jackson's album, "Bad."
Olympian Shawn Johnson and Derek Hough led the charge with a score of 59 out of 60 for the evening, performing to the Indian folk dance, Bhangra, with a "Knight Rider" theme. Judge Len Goodman exclaimed after their routine, “Shut up, close the door, call me Mary: I tell you: This dynamite was fantastic."