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It's hard to believe another year is in the can and we're going stronger than ever. We have a ton of stuff to be thankful for so allow us to indulge ourselves for a moment ...
Speaking for myself and, I'm sure, Jon Condit and Kw Low, my partners and fellow founding fathers of this asylum we all call home, we're thankful for all of our friends in the industry -- from press and PR to talent -- who have embraced us and let us become part of their projects to help out any way that we can.
We're thankful for our badass motherfuckin' staff, both old and new. We're thankful for the old-schoolers like Scott and Tabby Johnson, who always go above and beyond. For Nomad, who always goes the extra mile to make sure everyone's covered with the latest and taken care of at live events. For Buz and Andrew, »
- Uncle Creepy
This morning ABC has unveiled the cast of the newest season of Dancing with the Stars which will be going into it's ninth season this fall. The cast will include a politician for the first time, as well as the typical string of actors, athletes, and other random celebrities, and more of them. The cast this season has been boosted to 16, double that of the first season.
Starting things off we have the season 9 men of Dancing with the Stars, which will include:
Tom DeLay – 62, former Politician. DeLay represents the first politician, current or former, that Dwts has managed to land. Delay served as House Majority leader until he was forced to step down following a 2005 Texas grand jury indictment on money laundering charges. He's a hard core Republican whose known as "The hammer" for his dealings with other politicians, and if he can bring that same kind of fire »
- Bryan Jones
2 items from 2009
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