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.)
In anticipation of an official pickup for the 19th season of Dancing With the Stars, ABC and BBC Worldwide Productions have tapped veteran reality TV producer Rob Wade to take over showrunning duties from Conrad Green.
After nine years at Dancing With the Stars, showrunner Conrad Green is packing up his dancing shoes.
Green will exit ABC's reality staple following its current 18th cycle and join Fox's Utopia, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Big Brother and The Amazing Race's Jon Kroll has also boarded the Fox social experiment.
Dancing With the Stars switched things up Monday -- and ruffled some sequins.
For the first time in DWTS history, ABC’s dance competition inter-swapped contestants and professional partners for episode four in “The Switch Up” and will combine the scores of weeks three and four with public votes for an elimination in week five.