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It was a Disney-themed night on "Dancing with the Stars" on Monday night – and it was magical!After the big switch up last week, the celebrities returned to their original dance partners to perform dances to classic Disney songs from films such as "Frozen," "Cinderella," "Beauty and the Beast" and more.While the performances were much better than last week, one couple's happily ever after came to an early end with the show's first elimination since week two. So, who went home? Cody Simpson and his partner Witney Carson were sent packing after receiving the lowest number of votes. The other two couples in the bottom three? Candace Cameron Bure and Mark Ballas and NeNe Leakes and Tony Dovolani. On the flip side, Big Time Rush hunk James Maslow got the first perfect score of the season with his contemporary dance to "Let It Go" from "Frozen." Here's a recap »
- tooFab Staff
Dancing with the Stars returned Monday night with the celebrities back with their original professional partners following the Switch-Up. This week, they were tasked with taking on Disney-themed routines set to songs from the classic movie musicals.
Dancing With the Stars Recap
First to hit the dance floor was Drew Carey and his pro partner Cheryl Burke, who choreographed an Aladdin-themed quickstep. Even though they threw the Genie into the dance that was set to the tune of “Friend Like Me,” the judges couldn’t be distracted from Carey’s lack of technique. Scores: 7+7+7+7=28
Next up was ice dancer Charlie White and Sharna Burgess. For their jazz routine, they channeled Mary Poppins, dancing to "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious." The routine included a cane for White and the iconic dancing penguins. Though white dropped the cane, the cheeriness of the performance along with his technical skill impressed the panel of judges. Scores: 9+10+9+9=37
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It was a Disney-themed night on Monday's Dancing with the Stars - and it sure was magical. The night, with guest judge Donny Osmond, produced a majority of high scores, including the first perfect 40 out of 40 of the season. But unlike during last week's partner switch-up night, this time one more couple was sent packing. Keep reading for all the results ... Drew Carey kicked off the show doing an Aladdin-themed quickstep with partner Cheryl Burke. Despite coming out with a breakthrough performance the week prior, this week's dance scored a 28 that was criticized by head judge Len Goodman for the technique. »
- Dahvi Shira
Tonight's elimination/performances show, kicked off with Drew Carey & Cheryl Burke, hitting up the dance floor to deliver a Quickstep routine to a less than stellar score of 27 out of 40 from the judges. Then Charlie White & Sharna Burgess rocked out a Jazz routine than landed them a a very good 37 score from the judges. I should also mention that they brought on former contestant and TV star, Donnie Osmond, to be a guest judge. Next, they revealed that Amy & Derek and Danica McKellar & Val Chmerkovskiy were safe this week, and Nene Leaks & Tony and Cody & Witney were in jeopardy. Then Danica McKellar & Val Chmerkovskiy served up an awesome Quickstep that garnered them a near perfect score of 39! Amy Purdy & Derek Hough danced a Waltz to an excellent score of 37. After a break, Cody Simpson & Witney Carson performed a Samba routine, which got them a decent 34 score. NeNe Leakes & Tony Dovolani »
"Dancing with the Stars" professional dancer - and two-time mirrorball champion - Cheryl Burke joins AccessHollywood.com as our behind-the-scenes celebrity blogger for Season 18 of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars."
It was a good time last week with James Maslow. For me, I was able to choreograph a professional tango routine for him, so it's been a while since I've been able to do that. So that was actually really challenging for me just ...
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Last week's partner switch on "Dancing With the Stars" shook up more than just the contestants and pro dancers. It also dramatically shifted the leaderboard, with some stars rising – Drew Carey, NeNe Leakes – and others losing ground – Charlie White, Candace Cameron Bure. What will happen when the stars resume their usual partnerships tonight? -Break- 'DWTS' Poll: Was partner switch-up a success or failure? Figure skater White might be looking for redemption after judges Carrie Ann Inaba and Len Goodman docked him points for his nontraditional take on the rumba. The Olympic champion emerged as the "DWTS" frontrunner after spending the first two weeks at the top of the standings, but he hasn't led the judges' scores since then. Now he's an underdog: users currently rank him fifth to win the season with 12/1 odds. But for Cameron Bure, tonight is all about survival. Last week& »
Twitter is not a comic’s best friend, the producers and judges of NBC’s exhumed Last Comic Standing said today at NBC Press Day. “I want to see you on stage with that mike, then I’m going to get it,” judge Keenen Ivory Wayans said. “I don’t know where the jokes come from when they’re online. It’s not real to me unless I see you with a microphone.” “I enjoy it, because I like to provoke people and get them pissed off,” judge Roseanne Barr jumped in. “The whole heckler thing is why I got into it. I like being fast with the retort…I like to block people too.” Next month, NBC returns Last Comic Standing, with new judges Barr, Wayans, and Russell Peters, new host Jb Smoove , new format, new celebrity guests, and invitation-only auditions. This reality television talent show aired its first »
- LISA DE MORAES, TV Columnist
There's no dancing around it - Drew Carey is an improved ballroom performer. The comedian, 55, who danced a 33-points-out-of-40 routine with Witney Carson during partner change-ups week on Monday's Dancing with the Stars, had a hunch this would be the one where he'd show how he's improved. "I felt all along throughout rehearsal that this could be a breakout performance," Carey told People backstage after his number, which earned him three points higher than the previous week's dance with regular partner Cheryl Burke. "I think a lot of time comics get a short shift on the show. They don't think comics can dance, »
- Dahvi Shira
Dancing With the Stars returned on Monday with special guest judge, DWTS alum Julianne Hough, seated between Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli for the dancing competition’s “Switch-Up” week in which no one faced elimination.
Dancing With the Stars Recap
Candace Cameron Bure, now paired up with Tony Dovolani, took on a quickstep. Bure’s experience as an actress definitely allowed her to really play up the character in the routine. However, she’s looked better in past weeks with Mark Ballas. Her poor footwork in the ballroom dance was glaring. Score: 7+7+7+7 = 28
James Maslow, separated from Peta Murgatroyd, danced a tango with Cheryl Burke. Maslow wasn’t set back at all by the switch-up, giving another solid performance in the Latin dance routine in which he played a suitor to Burke’s queen. All of the judges – save Goodman – gave him a 9. Score: 9+8+9+9=35
The stars and pro dancers might have a bone to pick with "Dancing With the Stars" producers about this week's switch-up, where for the first time in the show's history the contestants switched partners for one week in the middle of the season. If the judges' scores were any indication, the new pairings were an uneasy adjustment. -Break- 'Dancing with the Stars' recap: Leaderboard shake-up in switch-up week Meryl Davis scored even with last week's near-perfect 39 out of 40, and Drew Carey and NeNe Leakes actually improved, but the other six scored lower week-to-week. Taking the biggest hit were Candace Cameron Bure, Danica McKellar, and Cody Simpson, all down four points from their previous performances. And Charlie White lost three points amidst criticisms that his rumba lacked traditional choreography. What did you think of the switch-up? Was it a success or a failure? Should they repeat it ne »
Tonight's show was the partner switch-up show, where they showed footage of the celebs learning who their new dance partners are, and then performing with them ,live, tonight. This is only a one-time switch-up, so they'll be back with their original partners next week. Former dance pro, Julianne Hough, returned to be a guest judge, because she had some new stuff to promote,lol!! Tonight's performances, kicked off with Candace Cameron Bure & new partner, Tony Dovolani, dancing the the Quickstep to a score of 28 out of 40 from the judges. James Maslow & Cheryl Burke performed a Tango for an excellent 35 score from the judges. Drew Carey & Witney Carson delivered a great Cha,Cha,Cha for solid 33 score. After a break, we saw Danica McKellar & Maksim Chmerkovskiy dance up a Jive , which garnered a 32 score. Charlie White & Peta Murgatroyd performed a Rumba number that got them a 33 score. Amy Purdy & Mark Ballas »
It was partner switch-up week on Monday's Dancing with the Stars, and the unique evening produced mixed feelings from judges. While some usually lower-scoring contestants rose to the top, a couple of the higher-ranking performers received less than impressive marks during a week that featured Julianne Hough as a guest judge. The night kicked off with a 28-points-out-of-40 quickstep by Candace Cameron Bure and Tony Dovolani that had Hough complaining of body contact that was "a little too gapped." Judge Bruno Tonioli said a punk rock-dressed Bure needed to "sort out this top line." James Maslow and Cheryl Burke wowed »
- Dahvi Shira
Looking good, feeling better! Drew Carey isn't the only season 18 Dancing With the Stars contestant to undergo a weight loss makeover: His pro partner, Cheryl Burke, is also celebrating the fact that she's shed 15 pounds. "[I] tried every diet you could think of," the 5-foot-4 dancer, 29, tells Us Weekly, six years after Internet trolls first dubbed her "fat" in 2008. Regardless of her chosen weight loss method at the time -- typically something restrictive -- Burke admits she'd drop pounds only to regain them [...] »
Tonight is the night of the controversial "Dancing With the Stars" switch-up. The celebrity contestants, who had been partnered with and trained by the same pro dancers for the last three weeks, will dance with someone new for one time only before going back to their usual pros. -Break- How will the switch affect such a competitive season? Last week the performances were so strong it took a near perfect score to top the leaderboard: Olympic gold medalist Meryl Davis scored the first perfect 10s of the season – three of them – for a total of 39 out of 40. Four other stars scored straight 9s to tie for second place: Davis's Olympic ice dance partner Charlie White, James Maslow, Danica McKellar, and Amy Purdy. Heck, even the last-place dancer, Drew Carey, managed two 8s from the judging panel. Will the switch-up cause the scores to plummet this week, or will the stars »
David Letterman’s plans to retire next year as host of his long-running show “Late Night with David Letterman,” has begun to fuel speculation on his possible successor to go head-to-head against Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show.”Carson Daly, Ryan Seacrest, Conan O'Brien, Craig Ferguson, Drew Carey, Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, Chelsea Handler and Ellen de Generes have all surfaced as possible contenders. Or what about Jay Leno? ...Read More »
On Monday, April 7, the iconic CBS game show The Price is Right will celebrate its 8,000th episode. It is the longest-running game show in TV history, now in its 42nd season. To celebrate this milestone for The Price is Right, the show, hosted by Drew Carey, will look back at the most memorable moments and games from its history. Contestants will have the chance to play pricing games that were featured in the 1,000th, 2,000th, 3,000th, 4,000th, 5,000th and 7,500th episodes, including Plinko (which itself celebrated its 30th anniversary last fall). Prizes up for grabs include new cars, and … Continue reading →
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- Jeff Pfeiffer
“The Price Is Right” host Drew Carey and “Late Late Show” host Craig Ferguson pulled a switcheroo on viewers this April Fools’ Day, taking over each others’ gigs for a day on Tuesday. In a clip discussing the prank, Carey appraises Ferguson's stint on the long-running daytime game show as “fun and genuine.” See photos: 11 Movies We Wish Were April Fools’ Day Jokes (Photos) “It was really fun and genuine; and he cared about the contestants, he was really excited when they won,” Carey said of Ferguson. “It's really a great feeling; it's surprising. I was like, ‘I'm not gonna care, »
- Tim Kenneally
Don't adjust your TV: Craig Ferguson and Drew Carey really have switched CBS gigs for the day! In a pre-planned, pre-announced April Fools' Day prank, the Late Late Show host and The Price Is Right emcee traded roles. Per the Hollywood Reporter, Ferguson surprised Carey's usual audience during a Feb. 10 taping of The Price Is Right, while Carey took over Ferguson's desk during a March 21 taping of The Late Late Show. (The audiences were tricked, but not on April Fools' Day, and those of us at home were in on the joke beforehand.) Carey's advice for Ferguson? "You've just got to show up in a good mood," he said. "That was the hardest part for me," quipped »
Drew Carey isn't lacking for television jobs these days, but he's taking on an additional one anyway.
It's only for one night, though, and for a very specific occasion: April Fools' Day. The host of CBS' weekday game show staple "The Price Is Right" and Season 18 contestant on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" trades places with the host of CBS' "The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson" as the former "The Drew Carey Show" co-stars preside over each other's programs Tuesday (April 1).
The stunt is one that broadcast networks attempt every so often. A memorable instance was in 2003, when Katie Couric and Jay Leno swapped time periods on NBC for a day. Leno filled in for Couric in the co-anchor role she had then on "Today," while she assumed his place on "Tonight," opening monologue and all.
In the case of Carey and Ferguson, their skills might be a bit more evenly matched, »
Dancing with the Stars picked up this week following last week’s double elimination of athletes Diana Nyad and Sean Avery with its seasonal “The Most Memorable Year” episode, featuring Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts as a guest judge.
Dancing With the Stars Recap
The first to take the dance floor were Big Time Rush singer James Maslow and his professional partner Peta Murgatroyd. Maslow had chosen to represent the year 2007 – when he finally stopped getting bullied for being overweight growing up. In the high school-themed jive, Maslow showcased his athleticism with flips and kicks that duly impressed the judges’ panel. Score: 36
Dancing the rumba were NeNe Leakes and Tony Dovolani for the year Leakes got remarried to her ex-husband (2013). The dance was all about the passion and even included a bed for a prop. Leakes’ performance was an overall improvement, though Dovolani definitely stole the spotlight. Score: 31
Cody Simpson moved to the U. »
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