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  • Dancing with the Stars: Goodbye, My Friend
    Dancing with the Stars: Goodbye, My Friend

    Last night our stars were tasked with impressing ballroom legend Donnie Burns, and they (mostly) delivered. Romeo and Kirstie found themselves on the outs with the judges, which is usually not a good sign. But our ballroom is a fickle friend, and everyone should be nervous tonight. Team Chelsea Cha…

  • Dancing with the Stars: Guilty as Charged
    Dancing with the Stars: Guilty as Charged

    Last night was Guilty Pleasures Week, and there wasn’t too much to be embarrassed about. All our stars turned in respectable performances, nothing horrific happened, which means tonight’s cut will be all the more devastating. Tonight’s results show was preceded by a one hour show about nothing. Hanson performed (is…

  • Dancing with the Stars: Guilty Pleasures
    Dancing with the Stars: Guilty Pleasures

    It’s Guilty Pleasures Week on DWTS, which means all of tonight’s dances will be interpretations of America’s Next Top Model, Jersey Shore, Real Housewives of [Insert City], or any reality show starring Bret Michaels. Not that I would know anything about those shows. Of course not. Actually, it means our…

  • Dancing with the Stars: American Bye
    Dancing with the Stars: American Bye

    If you’re reading this, it means you survived last night’s All-American Horror Show. I kid, I kid. There was some great dancing to be found last night, but unfortunately it was buried in stars, stripes, and spangles. So who got deported? Hines/Kym were sent quickly to safety, and Kirstie/Maks were…

  • Dancing with the Stars: Born in the USA
    Dancing with the Stars: Born in the USA

    It’s the first-ever American Week on DWTS, but more importantly, it’s the halfway point in the season. No clear leader. A different star on top every week. No Derek Hough for the judges to fawn over. Things are getting serious, y’all. So what does “American Week” mean? Mostly, it means…

  • Dancing with the Stars: A Classical Cut
    Dancing with the Stars: A Classical Cut

    Last night’s Classical Week show proved to be a beauty – and since none of our couples turned in a “bad” performance, tonight’s elimination is going to be a tough one. The 46 piece orchestra was back, but this time they were performing Aerosmith songs for the increasingly pointless DWTS…

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