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Longtime judge Len Goodman has decided to skip the 21st season of Dancing with the Stars. Will this negatively affect this ABC show's ratings? The number have been falling for awhile. Could this be the year that the series is cancelled or is it certain to return for season 22? Stay tuned!
The celebrity contestants for season 21 are Tamar Braxton, Gary Busey, Nick Carter, Paula Deen, Victor Espinoza, Andy Grammer, Hayes Grier, Bindi Irwin, Chaka Khan, Alexa PenaVega, Carlos PenaVega, Alek Skarlatos, and Kim Zolciak-Biermann.
We love the day when the candidates for the new series of The Apprentice are announced - who will have the best soundbite? As always, the boys look like they'll be great viewing, but if you want to get to know them a bit better, you're in luck - have a watch of their audition tapes below...
1. Brett Butler-Smythe
"My mates would probably say there's a striking resemblance to Louie Spence."
2. Dan Callaghan
"A lot of people laugh at me. A lot of people compare me to Boris Johnson. Which I find quite upsetting."
"What makes me a good candidate is the fact that I'm wearing tweed."
4. Gary Poulton
"I am known as Mr Mankini."
6. Mergim »
Whose business idol is Taylor Swift? Who's sucking up to Lord Sugar already? And - perhaps most importantly - who's got the biggest mouth on them? Read on to find out about all 18 of this year's hopefuls:
Aisha Kasim, 30
"Pressure makes diamonds. It's something I respond well to, I think it's go hard or go home."
Inventor Aisha owns a hair accessories business and says Victoria Beckham is her business inspiration. She fancies herself as a bit of a songwriter too, penning a jingle for one of her own products - a heated bun that curls your hair.
April Jackson, 26
"I'm Jamaican. We come first, we win on the track and we will win in the boardroom."
It was a strong week for Gold Derby's predictions when the "Dancing With the Stars" contestants performed routines inspired by their most memorable years. Our racetrack odds, generated by the combined predictions of our readers, were right two times out of three. Bindi Irwin got the highest score from judges (including the season's first 10) for an emotional contemporary routine dedicated to her late father Steve Irwin, as 35% of readers anticipated, which gave her odds of 15/8. Gary Busey got the lowest score as 56% of readers expected, which gave him 4/5 odds. -Break- Click Here to make your own 'Dancing with the Stars' predix & win prizes The only outcome we got wrong was the night's elimination, but we were close. 47% of readers thought Paula Deen would be sent home (10/9 odds), but instead it was Busey, which a still-impressive 40% of readers saw coming (3/2 odds). Given the overall accuracy of our odds,...' »
It was an emotional night in the ballroom on "Dancing with the Stars," as the celebrities performed routines about their most memorable year.
But for one contestant and their pro, it was time to say goodbye.
(Spoiler alert: This story contains the results of Monday's "DWTS.")
Photos: ‘Dancing With The Stars’: Highlights From Season 21
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There's nothing wrong with anything, everything's beautiful, and we are all victory-laden. That, from one Gary Busey, is just one of many lessons we learned during tonight's deeply emotional Dancing with the Stars. Unfortunately, that may be the last lesson Gary teaches us this season, because he and partner Anna Trebunskaya were eliminated tonight, depriving a whole lot of people the joy of listening to Gary Busey talk on live TV each week. However, maybe we might not have to say goodbye just yet, according to Gary himself. "The fact that I've been eliminated is false," he declared at the end of the show, even as tonight's host, Alfonso Ribeiro, tried »
Tonight's live elimination/performances show, kicked off with them revealing that tonight's theme was remembering the most Memorable Years of the 10 remaining contestants. Alexa PenaVega and Mark Ballas hit the dance floor first to give us a Foxtrot number that landed them a 21 out of 30 score from the judges. Gary Busey and Anna Trebunskaya danced a Jazz routine for a very mediocre 16 score. Tamar Braxton and Val Chmerkovskiy performed a Rumba for a very nice 27 score. Hayes Grier and Emma Slater did a Contemporary number for a 27 score. Alek Skarlatos and Lindsay Arnold danced up a Paso Doble for a good 24 score. Nick Carter and Sharna Burgess gave a us a terrific Jazz routine to one of the Backstreet Boys hit songs: "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)." And they got a great 27 score. Carlos PenaVega and Witney Carson danced a Waltz dance for a very good 25 score. Paula Deen and Louis van Amstel did the Cha-Cha-Cha, »
- Andre Braddox
Being a regular Dancing With the Stars viewer comes with an important cardinal rule: Don’t even attempt to watch the traditional “Most Memorable Year” night without buying Kleenex in bulk beforehand.
Monday’s Alfonso Ribeiro-hosted installment forced even the iciest of hearts to thaw, providing us with two hours of emotional pre-performance video packages and tearjerking routines. (I just about lost it every time Bindi Irwin’s dance was even teased at the commercial breaks.)
In keeping with the reality staple’s uplifting theme, I’ll gladly forgo my usual “Worst of the Night” negativity and instead highlight »
It's no secret that Gary Busey is a bit eccentric, so we put his signature strangeness to the test when we caught up with the Dancing With the Stars contestant in Malibu on Sunday. Speaking with the 71-year-old actor and his dancing partner, Anna Treybunskaya, the Point Break star shared five "Busey-isms," and the results were rather hilarious. "There's really nothing to do but sit and watch the birds and count the pelicans and make sure you don't cross Pch…," the actor said of Malibu, Calif. "Actually, Pch, Pacific Coast Highway, it really stands for 'Please Call Home' because on Pch you don't know where you are half the »
Sure, Gary Busey won season 14 of "Celebrity Big Brother," but he wouldn't even have made it into the house without a talent agent who threw a Hail Mary ... so she says. Vie Marshall claims she was brought in to work as Gary's damage control after he missed a meeting with 'CBB' producers. Marshall says she smoothed things over with show execs, ultimately getting Busey on the British show last year -- but she never got a dime. »
- TMZ Staff
It was uncertain whether "Real Housewives" star Kim Zolciak Biermann would be able to compete Monday night on "Dancing With the Stars." Last week she suffered a transient ischemic attack, a kind of mini-stroke that left her hospitalized for much of the week. During the live show it was announced that her health emergency left her unable to fly back to Los Angeles for the competition, so she was forced to withdraw. -Break- Click Here to make your own 'Dancing with the Stars' predix & win prizes Despite her health scare, only 18% of users predicted her exit, giving her 9/2 odds. Most users (53%) thought actor Gary Busey would be sent home instead after he posted the lowest judges' score last Tuesday night. The rest of the night's results also surprised our users. There was a tie for the best judges' score, but while almost half of predictors (49%) thought wildlife conservationist Bindi Irwin would com. »
Tonight's live elimination/performances show, kicked off by revealing that past champion ,Alfonzo Ribeiro, would be guest judging tonight. Then Carlos PenaVega and Witney Carson performed a Jazz routine which got them a 31 out of 40 score from the judges. Paula Deen and Louis van Amstel delivered a Samba routine for a very mediocre 20 score. Tamar Braxton and Val Chmerkovskiy danced a Tango number for a 33 score. Alexa PenaVega and Mark Ballas rocked out a Jazz routine for a really good 36 score. Andy Grammer and Allison Holker gave a us a Quickstep dance that landed them a 29 score. Gary Busey and Anna Trebunskaya delivered a Tango performance that got them a 25 score. Alek Skarlatos and Lindsay Arnold performed a Tango number to the "True Blood" theme song for a decent 33 score. Bindi Irwin and Derek Hough danced a very lively Quickstep for a 32 score. Nick Carter and Sharna Burgess served up »
- Andre Braddox
On paper, Dancing With the Stars‘ TV Night looked like a hot mess.
A samba set to the Gilligan’s Island theme song? A jive choreographed to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles soundtrack? A quickstep courtesy of The Jeffersons? It sounded as though the ABC reality staple was handing us laughable routines on a silver platter.
In execution, though, TV Night was arguably the strongest installment of Season 21 thus far, allowing for innovative choreography, over-the-top set pieces and dance styles that challenged even the most impressive celebrities on the roster. (Except for that samba set to the Gilligan’s Island theme song. »
After two weeks of "Dancing With the Stars" predictions, three of our contest entrants are tied at the top of our leaderboard with 67% accuracy (4 out of 6 correct): Ain't No Elitist, John Benutty and Denton Davidson. Will this trio still be in the lead after Monday night's results? (Click here to see our complete predictions leaderboard.) -Break- Click Here to make your own 'Dancing with the Stars' predix & win prizes They agree on who will be eliminated: Gary Busey. The Oscar-nominated actor was in jeopardy on both of last week's two-night event. Though that doesn't necessarily mean he was in the bottom two when judges' scores were combined with viewers' votes, his continued struggles on the dance floor aren't helping. And he got the lowest score for his dance last Tuesday (15 out of 30), so he could indeed be at risk. Where our contest leaders disagree is in their predictions for the n. »
As of this writing, our readers expect Gary Busey to be eliminated from "Dancing With the Stars" Monday night. The veteran actor was announced as being in jeopardy on both nights of last week's two-night event. That doesn't necessarily mean he was among the bottom two vote-getters either time, but those readers taking part in our prediction contest believe the writing is on the wall. 60% say he'll exit, giving him odds of 2/3. (Click here for their complete predictions for Monday night's show.) -Break- Click Here to make your own 'Dancing with the Stars' predix & win prizes But it's possible this week's ouster won't be decided by the judges and viewers. Last Wednesday contestant Kim Zolciak Biermann suffered a transient ischemic attack, a kind of stroke. As of this writing, there's still a possibility she will be able to return to the competition, but that outcome isn't certain. After last. »
Today’s popular “Saturday Night Live” players could be tomorrow’s Fox sitcom stars. The youngest of the Big 4 networks currently has two “SNL” alums starring as leading men on its Top 2 live-action comedies, with Andy Samberg anchoring “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (No. 2) and Will Forte playing the titular character on “The Last Man on Earth” (No. 1). Samberg’s talented showrunner, Mike Schur, also hails from Lorne Michaels‘ sketch comedy show, where he wrote for six seasons. So why are so many players and writers ending up at Fox Co-Chief Dana Walden and Gary Newman’s network, as opposed to NBC where “SNL” actually. »
- Tony Maglio
Getting back to their roots! Dancing With the Stars' second installment of Hometown Glory on Tuesday, Sept. 22, focused on the hometowns of the pros. But not even the upbeat theme could make a difference for one couple, as the second pair was sent home. Gary Busey and Anna Trebunskaya found themselves in jeopardy again, this time with Victor Espinoza and Karina Smirnoff. Ultimately, however, it was the Triple Crown winner and the Ukranian pro whose quest for the Mirrorball Trophy came to an end. Hosts Erin Andrews [...] »
The second night of this week's two-night "Dancing With the Stars" event didn't end well for Triple Crown-winning jockey Victor Espinoza, who was eliminated after posting a low judges score on Monday night (17 out of 30). His performance improved on Tuesday night (scoring 20), but it was too little too late. -Break- Click Here to make your own 'Dancing with the Stars' predix & win prizes Jumping to the top of the judges' leaderboard for the first time this season was singer and talk show host Tamar Braxton, who posted a high score of 25 out of 30. This was her first time winning the night, after the previous two shows were dominated by wildlife conservationist Bindi Irwin. Getting the night's lowest score was actor Gary Busey, who dropped to 15 points after improving to 18 on Monday night. Because there were two nights of performances and two nights of eliminations, there were two answers to each of our p. »
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