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Well this is something we don't see often! Demi Moore and Bruce Willis may be divorced, but that doesn't stop them from supporting daughter Rumer Willis together on "Dancing With The Stars" -- or even posing for a family photo-op! The exes came together on Monday night and posed with their three girls in a silly snap that Tallulah Willis later posted on Instagram. "#familyportrait #rare," she captioned the pic. In the shot, the 60-year-old action star poses alongside daughters Scout, 23, Tallulah, 21, the "Ghost" star and Rumer in her Ursula costume for DWTS' Disney night. The 26-year-old's family has become a fixture in the audience for the celebrity competition show, but this time they cheered on the star as she danced to "Poor Unfortunate Souls" from "The Little Mermaid." Clad in a white wig, and purple body paint, "The House Bunny" actress and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy danced an amazing performance of the samba, »
- tooFab Staff
Well, even if none of those experiences were on your TV bucket list (and if they were, I have a lot of questions), Dancing With the Stars delivered them on Monday, as the remaining contestants took the stage for Disney Night.
And even though a fairytale ending was in store for Season 20’s strongest couples, one unlucky pair did not ride — er, sashay — into the sunset.
It's been announced that judge Len Goodman is leaving Dancing with the Stars after this 20th season. The ratings for the show have been falling for quite awhile. Could this be the end of the series as well? Cancelled or renewed for season 21? We'll have to wait and see.
Season 20's competing couples are Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess, Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson, Patti Labelle and Artem Chigvintsev, Nastia Liukin and Derek Hough, Riker Lynch and Allison Holker, Charlotte McKinney and Keoikantse Motsepe, Redfoo and Emma Slater, Michael Sam and Peta Murgatroyd, Willow Shields and Mark Ballas, Suzanne Somers and Tony Dovolani, Chris Soules and Witney Carson, Rumer Willis and Valentin Chmerkovskiy.
The ratings »
(Spoiler alert: Please do not read if you have not watched Monday’s “Dancing With the Stars”) It was Latin night on ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars,” and unfortunately model Charlotte McKinney proved she was better off avoiding spicy food and sticking to burgers. The Carl’s Jr. Super Bowl commercial star became the latest contestant to exit from Season 20 when her rumba failed to fire up the judges. “I really want to stay in the competition but I just have so much going on this week,” the 22-year-old bombshell said, appearing distracted during rehearsals. Her lack of interest showed on Monday, »
- Debbie Emery
Dancing With the Stars isn’t messing around in its 20th season.
Just 14 days into the competition, the ABC reality series selected Latin Night for its weekly theme, saddling the contestants (who are still just getting adjusted to this whole spectacle) with rumbas, salsas, paso dobles, cha-chas and Argentine tangos — some of the most difficult styles that dance has to offer.
So, which pairs sizzled in this particularly challenging week — and which ones fizzled out? Before we go over the results, here are the highlights from Monday’s installment:
Photos Dancing With the Stars: We Ranked the 20 Casts, From Worst to Best! »
Hey Dance fans! The "landmark 20th season" and 10th year of "Dancing with the Stars" has begun, and it already looks like some fierce competition. Many strong and surprising dancers hide among the twelve new contestants, and the weak links are only moderately weak. No Master Ps, Lolo Joneses, or Michael Waltrips here this season, thank goodness. But why do they bother making Derek Hough go through the motions of competing when they're going to pair him up with former Olympic gymnast Nastia Liukin? Seems like a shoo-in. But who knows, she could be terrible. It's unlikely, but anything is possible.
Lots of the pairings seem the same as in past seasons though. Tony Dovolani is again placed with an older competitor, while Mark Ballas is with the young one; Derek is with the ringer again, and Val with the surprising unknown talent. Fortunately, Peta is again paired with someone »
- Renée Camus
At the top of Dancing With the Stars‘ 20th season premiere, we were promised the start of a new dance era.
The only problem? It looks a lot like the same dance era we’ve been watching for the past 10 years.
In fact, for all intents and purposes, the beginning of Dancing‘s newest season unfolded exactly as you might have expected: Bruno Tonioli climbed on the judges’ table in an effort to show us how seriously he takes all of this; Derek Hough once again set the bar impossibly high with a firecracker partner in Nastia Liukin; and, perhaps least surprising of all, »
It was a big night in the ballroom - and not just because John McClane and GI Jane were in the house! Monday's installment of Dancing with the Stars kicked off the first of what the network promised would include lots of action-packed tributes to the show's 10th anniversary. The premiere episode didn't disappoint. There were lots of contemporary tunes ("Uptown Funk," "Take Me to Church"), plenty of showstopping choreography (Derek Hough, so glad you stuck around this season!) and even quadruple hanky moments (welcome to the ballroom, Army vet and amputee Noah Galloway!). No 9s or 10s were awarded just yet, »
- Lynette Rice, @lynetterice
It was a big night in the ballroom - and not just because John McClane and GI Jane were in the house! Monday's installment of Dancing with the Stars kicked off the first of what the network is promising to be lots of action-packed tributes to the show's 10th anniversary. The premiere episode didn't disappoint. There were lots of contemporary tunes ("Uptown Funk," "Take Me to Church"), plenty of showstopping choreography (Derek Hough, so glad you stuck around this season!) and even quadruple hanky moments (welcome to the ballroom, army vet and amputee Noah Galloway!). No 9s or 10s were rewarded just yet, »
- Lynette Rice, @lynetterice
The 10th anniversary cast of Dancing with the Stars boasts plenty of recognizable names, but how well do you really know the 12 stars who will be facing off for this year's mirror ball trophy? Here are 13 surprising facts about the cast - plus some bonus trivia about the returning judges and hosts.1. Glee's Riker Lynch is related to pro Derek Hough and his sister Julianne, a judge and former pro.Lynch is actually a cousin of the Houghs, telling E! that he "doesn't see them very often, but we're cool." Even though they'll be competing against each other on the dance floor, »
- Gabrielle Olya, @GabyOlya
And the next stars to strap on their dancing shoes are... "Dancing With The Stars" has officially announced which celebs will be competing in the ballroom for season 20 of the hit show. The ABC series unveiled it's latest contestants Tuesday morning on "Good Morning America" and the competitors are a mix of big names and lesser known celebs . The biggest stars to compete for the mirror ball trophy this year are actress/business women, Suzanne Somers, first openly gay NFL player, Michael Sam, and Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's daughter Rumer Willis. There is also an Olympic gold medalist, a legendary singer and a "Hunger Games" star among the competitors! See all the contestants in the gallery above -- and find out who they're partnered with. Yep, Derek Hough is back ... and, judging by his partner, will likely win. There is one more contestant absent from the list who »
- tooFab Staff
12 stars will be competing for the Mirrorball, alongside their pros — including Derek Hough, who was previously confirmed to go on hiatus this season, which marks the 10th year anniversary of the ABC competition series.
Here’s the full rundown of the “DWTS” Season 20 celebrity and pro partners:
Noah Galloway partnered with Sharna Burgess Robert Herjavec partnered with Kym Johnson Patti Labelle partnered with Artem Chigvintsev Nastia Liukin partnered with Derek Hough Riker Lynch partnered with Allison Holker Charlotte McKinney partnered with Keo Motsepe Redfoo partnered with Emma Slater Michael Sam partnered with Peta Murgatroyd Willow Shields partnered with Mark Ballas Suzanne Somers partnered with Tony Dovolani Rumer Willis partnered with Valentin Chmerkovskiy
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
The Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour is underway and Moviefone sat in for the panels at ABC's day to present their upcoming roster of programming. We got some scoop on new shows and returning favorites -- here are the highlights!
1. "Dancing With the Stars" Will Be Back...
2. The Future of "Revenge"
When asked about the fate of the soapy series, ABC Prez seemed confident that the show will go on. "I've always loved the show and it's a critical brand for us," he explained. "We have some great story lines coming up. And there are ways to reinvent it too."
3. "Nashville" Love
"We're loving Nashville. We're going to have some great announcements about people who are going to appear on Nashville. It's »
- Alana Altmann
ABC unveiled premiere dates for “Dancing With the Stars,” new reality series “Repeat After Me” and a 25th anniversary celebration of “America’s Funniest Home Videos” on Wednesday at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour. Also, the network announced that “Jimmy Kimmel Live” will return to South By Southwest for five original shows this March.
We’ll go in chronological order: First, “America’s Funniest Home Videos” returns with a special on Sunday, Feb. 15 at 7 p.m. Et.
- Tony Maglio
14 items from 2015
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