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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.
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Louie Spence wants to judge 'Strictly Come Dancing'. The 45-year-old star enjoyed his stint on the 'Dancing on Ice' panel in 2012 and is keen to land a similar role, though doesn't think Len Goodman, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli or Craig Revel Horwood will be leaving the BBC contest any time soon. He said: ''I think Im a good judge when it comes to dance as I've spent my whole life doing it. ''[Would I do 'Strictly'?] Of course! But their panel is very established. I can't see them going anywhere as it works so well.'' Louie is currently working in a touring production »
The ab-baring military vet dedicated his country-themed samba to girlfriend Jamie Boyd, who he thought was still at basic training for two more days.
Watch: Redfoo ‘Shocked’ By His ‘Dancing’ Elimination
"I thought the rhythm in your hips put a smile on my face," Len Goodman said. "I'm 70 years old and I'm getting jealous. Just button that shirt up."
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The second round of Season 20 of Dancing With the Stars went off tonight with ‘My Jam Monday,’ where the stars and their pro-partners got to dance to whatever song they wanted. The night was filled with surprises, including unexpected song choices, huge performance improvements, and the revelation of which star was going to be the first to go home.
Video: The Best, Worst and Weirdest Dances From the 'DWTS' Season 20 Premiere
Here are the best, the worst, and the weirdest moments from the Dancing With The Stars’ bombastic ‘My Jam Monday’ spectacular.
Suzanne and Tony did a great number set to Jerry Lee Lewis' "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" that started off with the 68-year-old actress in a pink-fringe dress dancing on the top of a leopard print grand piano, and it only got better from there.
Charlotte McKinney Finds a Good Middle Ground
After making her entire dance about her »
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
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
Britain’s celebrities are getting to know their family heritage with “Who Do You Think You Are?”. The television show features notables learning more about their family tree and the secrets it holds. One of the episodes you can view for free on FilmOn’s Yesterday channel features “Strictly Come Dancing” and “Dancing with the Stars” judge Len Goodman. “Known to millions as the lead judge on the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing, Len Goodman nearly became a welder until a friend told him to try out ballroom dancing because it is ‘full of girls’. Now in his late 60s, Len feels it is time to find out about his ancestors. He spent [ Read More ]
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The professional dancer is standing in for Craig Revel Horwood as a judge on tonight's (March 11) edition of the special Comic Relief series.
Horwood is unable to take part in the studio show due to prior commitments in Australia, but has still featured prominently in the four-part series.
du Beke said: "I'm delighted to be joining the judging panel in aid of Comic Relief, and I'm looking forward to giving my help and advice to the contestants and their professional partners."
Tonight's episode will see six members of the public take to the dancefloor in a bid to win the competition.
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
If you've already survived the likes of Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli, then sitting down across from the the leader of the free world should be a waltz in the park, right? Not quite for YouTube super star and season 19 Dancing with the Stars finalist Bethany Mota, who recently had an opportunity to interview President Barack Obama in January. "It was so nerve-wracking!" Mota told People while attending the 2nd Annual Unite4:Humanity Event in Beverly Hills on Thursday. "We actually had a rehearsal the day before with a fake Obama, and I got nervous over the fake Obama!" And »
- Reagan Alexander
A new trailer for The People's Strictly for Comic Relief has been revealed.
The show sees six members of the public fighting it out to win the competition for charity.
Meet the 6 contestants in The People's Strictly for Comic Relief
11,000 people applied to take part in the series.
Anton du Beke has been confirmed for the show's judging panel.
Another Dancing With the Stars favorite is saying goodbye to the popular ABC dance reality competition series.
Pro dancer Karina Smirnoff, who got engaged in January, took to Instagram on Tuesday to announce her departure from DWTS.
"Many of you have been asking if I will be back for season 20 of DWTS and I wanted all of my incredible family to hear it directly from me," Smirnoff wrote. "After a lot of thought and prayer, I've decided to focus my energies on some other exciting endeavors including adding author to my resume."
Karina made her DWTS debut in the show's third season where she came in second, almost securing the coveted mirror ball trophy. Since her start in 2006, she's appeared in 16 straight seasons of the show – except season 10. Karina finally came in first in season 13, when she was partnered with J.R. Martinez.
"Having been part of this wonderful show ever since series one, I know all too well what it's like to perform to the nation on the famous Strictly Come Dancing dancefloor," du Beke said.
"I'm delighted to be joining the judging panel in aid of Comic Relief, and I'm looking forward to giving my help and advice to the contestants and their professional partners."
Craig Revel Horwood is unable to take part in the studio show due to prior commitments in Australia, but will still feature prominently in the four-part series.
The contestants will visit Horwood on the set of the Strictly Come Dancing live tour in episode three and perform their routines for the first time. »
The 10th anniversary of Dancing with the Stars will have two serious absentees, but the show can and must go on. Executive Producer Rob Wade told People that the departure of Cheryl Burke to NBC and Derek Hough's show at New York's Radio City Music Hall shouldn't change the dynamic of show that will return to ABC for a 20th season in March. "There is still a huge amount of fan favorites we can bring back," said Wade, who's reached out to Anna Trebunskaya, Kym Johnson, Tristan MacManus and Louis van Amstel, among others, about returning this season. "Cheryl was dancing for nine years. »
- lynette rice, @lynetterice
Anton du Beke has joked acting as a judge on the 'Strictly Come Dancing' tour is his ''audition'' for Len Goodman's job. The ballroom dancer claims he has no idea whether head judge Len will be stepping down from the BBC One show before the next series kicks off later this year but joked appearing on the judging panel on the current tour is giving him good practice. Quizzed on whether he'd be taking over from Len, he told ITV's 'This Morning': ''Well I know it's been said ... But I haven't heard any of this ... I don't know what Len's »
"Well, I know you said it's been in the papers, but I haven't heard any of this," he said. "I don't know what Len's going to do. As far as I'm aware, I don't think Len's not going to be doing it, but if they asked..."
Du Beke added that he is delighted to be acting as a guest judge on some of the 2015 Strictly Live shows, and joked that it could act as an "audition" for him.
"I'm doing a couple of guest spots on the Strictly tour, so they've probably got [the rumours] from there, »
Meanwhile, former contestant Lisa Riley will guest host the matinee and evening shows on February 8.
Goodman said: "I am very much looking forward to getting behind the judges' desk with Craig, Tom and Camilla while the tour is at The O2. The Strictly Come Dancing live tour is great fun for all the family and I can't wait to be back."
Riley added: "I'm really looking forward to continuing my Strictly journey and I'm thrilled to have been asked to once again host the Strictly tour at The O2. I can't wait to get back out on that dance floor with the stars of this amazing tour and »
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