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Author Archives: The Disney Chick
The semifinals here, and as usual, there was plenty of drama in store. Would Ralph survive this week’s rehearsals? Will Kym be okay? And tonight, each couple must perform THREE dances. Three. As in, one more than two. Yikes. That … Continue reading
Last night’s show was exhausting, wasn’t it? I felt drained after watching that two hour dance-a-palooza, and I wasn’t even the one dancing. With just a couple more weeks left, tonight’s results were the toughest yet. But before we get … Continue reading
It’s the week before the semifinals, and the pressure is officially on. Everyone who is left can likely taste the finals, and we’re at that point in the competition where one wrong move will send you home. Tonight, each couple … Continue reading
I don’t know if I’ve ever explicitly stated this before, but Epcot is my favorite Disney park. And even though the EPCOT Center I remember loving as a kid bears little resemblance to the Epcot that exists today, that geodesic … Continue reading