Dancing With the Stars season 19 said goodbye to its first contestant, Lolo Jones, on Tuesday night for her low-scoring performance on Monday's premiere.
The two-time gold medal world champion was sent home after audiences witnessed the athlete crumble in her live cha-cha performance with first-time professional dancer Keo Motsepe. Jones attributed the mishap to a technical difficulty involving a miscued text that was an introductory part of the dance.
Dancing With the Stars unveiled the 13 new celebrity-professional pairings competing for the mirror ball trophy on season 19, which kicks off later this month. DWTS alum Julianne Hough returns to serve as the fourth judge, alongside Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Len Goodman. Longtime host Tom Bergeron is again joined by Erin Andrews.
It was the week's worst-kept secret, but Julianne Hough made it official on Thursday morning.
The former Dancing With the Stars pro appeared on Good Morning America to announce her return to the series — though she's not taking it to the floor with any pseudo-celebs. Hough has graduated to the role of judge.
It's official: AMC dominated the 2013-14 television season -- at least on Twitter.
Nielsen Social released a data report on Monday analyzing the shows, specials and moments that reached the biggest Twitter audiences and engaged fans at record levels in the U.S. this season, from Sept. 1, 2013 through May 25, 2014.
[WARNING: Spoilers ahead for Tuesday's Dancing With the Stars finale.]
For the first time in 18 seasons, veteran professional dancer Maksim Chmerkovskiy, and his Olympian Gold Medalist partner Meryl Davis, took home the Mirror Ball Trophy in Tuesday night’s Dancing With the Stars finale.
A hot and heavy lip-lock turned into the kiss of death for James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd on Monday night’s Dancing With the Stars to kick off finale week.
The Big Time Rush star and his partner decided to raise the temperature on the dance floor and shock audiences during their first dance of the night by puckering up, but the judges' scores combined with audience votes proved inadequate to keep the last remaining male celebrity in the season 18 competition.
It's only appropriate that the most prominent point of interest in Dancing With the Stars showrunner ConradGreen's office is the dazzling studio mock-up of the All-Stars trophy, outfitted specially for season 15 with crystals instead of mirror shards — a far cry from Kelly Monaco's season-one trophy, which fell apart.
Week eight featured the first-ever Celebrity Dance Duel -- a cool idea, I suppose, even though it kept sounding like “Dance Stool” as Tom Bergeron announced it in Spooky Voice. Plus: an actual stool, incorporated into an Argentine tango.
In his 18th season hosting Dancing With the Stars, Tom Bergeron continues to charm from his firm perch on the wobbly wire of "live!" television, having long ago set the perfect mock-serious tone for the sparkly charade.
What a night to be on Planet Mirrorballus (again)! The liiiiiiive peep show Team Loca gave the studio audience on Latin Night has to be the best thing I've ever seen on Dancing With the Stars. And I have seen it ALL! (Except Bruno's dignity.)