This week each couple danced twice, first taking on a traditional ballroom number and then a dance style voted on by the audience. With an eclectic mix of routines that included everything from afrojazz to the lindy hop, the night delivered some of the strongest performances yet.
"Dancing with the Stars" is down to just six couples and the frontrunners of the season are becoming more and more defined. With powerful numbers from Zendaya, Aly, and Kellie, this season seems to belong to the girls.
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."
Although they went all out with costumes and song choice ("Pour Some Sugar On Me"), Wynonna and Tony's stiff samba didn't captivate the judges. Len about summed the performance up, saying, "You look magnificent, but you don't move."
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.
The semi-finals of "Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars" brought out the fighting side of the celebrities. With the Mirror Ball trophy in sight and a double elimination hanging over them, the contestants are going all out.
It wouldn't be "Dancing With the Stars" if there wasn't at least a little Chmerkovskiy drama. We all know that Maks has a temper, but I never thought that I would hear him say the words, "You're making me look like a terrorist."
Maria Menounos and Derek Hough take their love/hate relationship to a whole new level, Melissa Gilbert stumbles, and we all learn that the "Downton Abbey" theme has lyrics! And which couple received the first perfect score of the season?
This week on Dancing With the Stars rock 'n' roll -- and obsessive amounts of guy-liner -- took center stage in the ballroom, and the judges were not so impressed, as they dished out some of their lowest scores -- and harshest critiques -- of the season.
Did Maria Menounos and Derek Hough really just kiss on the dance floor? And why is everyone crying? This week's "Dancing With the Stars" was an emotional rollar coaster, even for head judge Len Goodman.
There is one reason, and one reason alone, that Kate Gosselin survived to dance her resoundingly terrible fox trot this week: she's a mom. Why all the sympathy for Kate and her mommihood -- especially when voters hardly show Pamela the same consideration?
Len called it the night of the "Greatest Stories Ever Danced," but between Kate Gosselin's new hair, Pam's white corset, Chelsie's Cleopatra wig, and Edyta's outlandish outfit, it looked more like Slut-o-ween came early this year.