Though luge athletes keep their bodies rigid as they hurtle down the track, the sport requires significant coordination and balance in order to maintain control at speeds exceeding 80 miles per hour on a narrow sled. That kind of bodily control could translate well to learning and executing intricate dance steps every week.
His outgoing personality will likely win him
Julianne Hough/Derek Hough
“Dancing With the Stars'” most successful alums weren’t even stars before they were on the show. Brother-sister duo Derek and Julianne Hough entered the show as professional dancers, but have since branched out into their own acting careers. Julianne also took on the role of judge on the show beginning with Season 19.
After his stint on Season 5 of “Dancing With the Stars,” Cuban went from regular billionaire to famous billionaire when he became one of the investors on ABC’s hit “Shark Tank.”
When Kim Kardashian was on Season 7 of “Dancing With the Stars,” “Keeping up With the Kardashians” was just a year old, but it went on to become one of the most successful franchises in reality TV history.
Daytime soap vet Lisa Rinna competed in the second season of “DWTS,” finishing in fourth place. Since then, she’s gone on to a fruitful reality TV career, including her role as one of the regulars on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”
Candace Cameron Bure
“Full House” star took home the bronze in Season 18, then wrote a book about the experience, called “Dancing Through Life.” She also serves as a host on the ABC daytime talk show “The View” and will star in the Netflix sequel series “Fuller House.”
“American Idol” vet Kellie Pickler put her reality TV experience to use on Season 16, this time walking away a winner. In 2015, Pickler and her husband Kyle Jacobs scored a Cmt reality series called “I Love Kellie Pickler.”
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The pros are Gleb Savchenko, who confirmed his participation last month, Alan Bersten, Sasha Farber, Artem Chigvintsev, Keo Motstepe, Sharna Burgess, Emma Slater, Whitney Carson, Lindsay Arnold and Jenna Johnson.
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And based on their outfits and the show’s previous photo teases, we know now that Slater, who married Farber last month, is definitely partnered with a baseball player; Burgess, with a football player; and Arnold, a basketball player.
See ‘Dancing with the Stars: Athletes’ will have a baseball player and (of course) a football player — but who are they?
The only reported athletes so far are Tonya Harding,
Daniel Yacobi, 36, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a single murder charge, according to a statement from the Beverly Hills Police Department.
The motive, investigators allege, was greed.
Police suspect Yacobi murdered his mother, Violet Yacobi, for “financial gain,” according to the statement.
Yacobi’s attorney could not be reached for comment Friday. Yacobi is being held without bail.
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In honor of the big game, we’re taking a look back at celeb Super Bowl commercials that literally made
There's nothing sweeter than holding the title of ABC's first-ever DWTS champion! Since winning the mirrorball, Monaco continued to portray the role of Samantha McCall on the network's daytime drama, General Hospital. Monaco made her most recent return to the show during season 25, pairing up with her close pal, Cheryl Burke, and former NFL star Terrell Owens for Trio Night.
Season 2: Drew Lachey & Cheryl Burke
The 98 Degrees singer had so much fun learning how to dance on the show, that he joined the pros and troupe dancers on their DWTS tour after winning the title. At the time, he had no idea that his brother, Nick Lachey, would later compete on season 25 of the show with Peta Murgatroyd. Unfortunately for Nick, he didn't have as much luck -- he and Peta were the fifth couple to be eliminated from the competition.
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With special appearances from past winners, like reigning mirrorball champion Rashad Jennings and season one winner Kelly Monaco, there was a tremendous amount of talent in the ballroom during week eight of the dance competition show.
Unfortunately, we had to say goodbye to one dancing duo -- Terrell Owens and Cheryl Burke -- before the five other couples were announced that they'd be advancing to next week's semi-finals.
Now, Et's breaking down all the memorable choreography moments from last night's performances!
Watch: 'DWTS' Competition Heats Up After Quarterfinals Elimination-- See Who Went Home!
Drew Scott & Emma Slater - Waltz, "Both Sides Now (Torch Songs)" by Years & Years
Dance highlight: This week, Emma challenged Drew to be vulnerable as he performed a piece dedicated to his fiancee, Linda Phan. Our favorite moment happened at the 1:02 mark, when Drew assisted Emma in a gorgeous arabesque spin.
On Monday night, former Dancing with the Stars champ Alfonso Ribeiro champ revisited the ballroom to perform a trio dance with Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson — and even though he slipped some Carlton moves in his performance, that doesn’t mean he’s bringing back the beloved character.
“A Fresh Prince reunion will never happen,” Ribeiro, 46, told reporters after the show of the NBC series, which ran for six seasons from 1990-96.
“I would love it
While it's always super exciting for fans to revisit the greatest hits, it does present a new hurdle to tackle for the pros. They not only have
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The former Fresh Prince of Bel-Air actor and his wife Angela celebrated their older son Alfonso Lincoln Jr. (a.k.a. Aj) turning 4 on Saturday, throwing a mini-golf-themed bash attended by close family and friends at Lakeside Golf Club in Los Angeles’ Toluca Lake neighborhood.
“Aj absolutely loves mini golf!” Angela tells People, sharing exclusive photos from the event. “We go to mini golf courses all the time. All the kids came in golf attire, so it was adorable to see a sea of little professional-looking mini-golfers playing the nine-hole mini-golf course.
As the six remaining contestants and their pro partners take the stage on Monday, they'll be tackling two dances in hopes of making it to the finals.
It's Trio Night, and Et's breaking down everything we can expect to see in the ballroom!
Who's on top of the leaderboard?
(Combined scores from individual performances and team dances)
1. Frankie Muniz & Witney Carson: 60/60
2. Tie! Drew Scott & Emma Slater, Victoria Arlen & Val Chmerkovskiy: 57/60
2. Jordan Fisher & Lindsay Arnold: 54/60
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Who's in danger of elimination?
Terrell Owens & Cheryl Burke received the lowest combined score from the judges last week, 49/60, followed closely behind by Lindsey Stirling & Mark Ballas, who scored a total of 51 points.
What are the stars performing to for their Individual Dances?
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Next Monday on Dancing with the Stars, the six remaining couples will add a third dancer to their partnership — and People can exclusively reveal which alums of the reality dance competition series will be joining the current celebrity-pro pairings.
See the full list of season 25 trios below:
Rashad Jennings (season 24 champion) will be joining Drew Scott and Emma Slater Corbin Bleu (season 17 runner-up) will be joining Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold Laurie Hernandez (season 23 champion) will be joining Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy Alfonso Ribeiro (season 19 champion) will be joining Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson Kristi Yamaguchi
Goldie Hawn and Derek Hough were among the celebs on hand for the grand opening of Just Dance Los Angeles on Oct. 11. The duo posed with Dancing With the Stars alum Julz Tocker on the red carpet, and other famous faces in attendance included another DWTS pro, Sharna Burgess, as well as Haley Reinhart, Lady Victoria Hervey, Big Time Rush's James Maslow and Alfonso Ribiero.
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Janet Jackson was also dancing in the aisles, but for a very different reason -- she spent a night off from her State of the World Tour by taking in a performance of Magic Mike Live at Las Vegas’ Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Oct. 13.
Photo: Magic Mike Live Las Vegas
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Aaron Paul was also in Sin City that same night. He celebrated his grandmother’s 90th birthday with family, including his pregnant
As a result of the move, Season 3 of Anthony Anderson’s To Tell the Truth, which was supposed to air Sundays at 8 pm this fall, has now been benched until midseason.
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