Zendaya ended the night with an inspiring freestyle that combined elements of cha cha, contemporary and hip-hop, and even brought in an entourage of young hip-hop dancers.
It was "Latin Night" on "Dancing with the Stars," which meant an evening jam-packed with sassy salsas and romantic rumbas.With only seven remaining couples, each contestant was desperate to prove they have what it takes.
ean was determined to nail his shirtless samba, but was a little out of step in the routine. Carrie Ann loved his bounce and form, but thought he lacked musicality. Bruno ended on a positive note, telling him, "You can always get a job as a stripper."
This week on "Dancing With The Stars," the contestants tackled Len's "side-by-side" challenge, which forced each couple to perform alongside a pair of...
Aly Raisman's contemporary routine delivered both emotionally and physically. Len called the dance worthy of an Olympic champion and Carrie Ann told her she was mesmerized.
Season 16 of "Dancing with the Stars" kicked off on Monday night, complete with a cast of vaguely famous reality stars, athletes, and professionally trained dancers who probably shouldn't be allowed to compete against the likes of Andy Dick.
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We can't all be Olympians but we can identify and strive for our personal best and maintain our convictions and faith as well. They all share a sense of conviction, focus, passion, and self-confidence that makes them soar.
When you held your babies for the first time, long before they were Olympians, did you wonder who they would be?
Here are the highlights, lowlights, and total shocks for the U.S. gymnastics teams at the 2012 Olympics.
On the 40th anniversary of the Munich massacre, when Olympic honchos refused to honor the memory of the slain Israeli athletes with a moment of silence, Aly Raisman was anything but quiet.
These parents cheering and grimacing on our flat screens? They are who we hope to be -- an Olympic medal trumps even an Ivy league admission in the parenting sweepstakes -- and they are who we fear becoming -- after all, you can't be a normal family with this kind of hyperfocus on one child.
Here are five ways the 'Fab Five' can make your team more successful at the front of the room. (Minus the sparkly red leotards, of course!)
All of the U.S. gymnasts except John Orozco and Kyla Ross will compete in at least one event final. While some are easily expected to win, other members of the U.S. squad could fight their way onto the podium.
Forgive my heretical thoughts even while I oooo and ahhhh over all the results of the hard-work, determination and dedication: Maybe the Olympic Games don't only emblemize the sea-to-shining-sea America of our dreams. Maybe they reveal our dark side as well.
They succeed because instead of focusing on all the negatives they focus on the positive. They do not think of tumbling off or falling back, they think of winning, glory and happiness, and that is what gets them on to the medal podium.