Let’s be honest, folks. When Dancing With The Stars kicked off the new season, many of us were left wondering who the heck Rumer Willis was. I mean, we knew she was Bruce Willis and Demi Moore’s daughter, but that’s about it. Since that time, fans have watched Rumer grace the dance floor week after week, and most of us have grown to love her. No one is more supportive or in love with Rumer than her mother, Demi Moore, though. And last night, Moore showed her support for Rumer, as she even dished on Rumer’s tough childhood.
This season’s semifinals episode of Dancing With The Stars is bound to be interesting, as it includes the first ever judge’s choice round! That’s right — Carrie Ann, Len, Julianne and Bruno will get full creative control for their four dances. All four of the remaining contestants are amazing in their own way, so it will be interesting to see how they rise to the occasion after receiving a ton of specific feedback from the judges.
A few weeks ago on Dancing With The Stars, we were all stunned as Willow Shields And Mark Ballas were sent packing, while some of the less talented dancers (aka Chris and Robert) stuck around. Something tells us that we are going to be in for another shocker this week…
Just when we thought that things could not get any weirder this season on Dancing With The Stars (as if losing Willow so early and Riker almost going home was not crazy enough), they have! In fact, just in time for the upcoming semi-finals next week, the final four couples and the judges will be tackling a new twist! Say what?
A brief package focused on Nastia Liukin’s very stressful practice session with Derek Hough and Sasha Farber recently caused a stir on Facebook, with critics of the Olympian claiming that her seemingly rude behavior was out of line. Nastia might not have seemed particularly friendly during this week’s performance episode, but her Dancing With The Stars partner insists that, under ordinary circumstances, she’s nothing short of a delight in the studio.
Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson kept Dancing With The Stars fans in awe all season with their insane chemistry on (and off) the dance floor. But now that their time on the show has come to end, sadly, after finally sharing a kiss, where is their relationship headed? Herjavec and Johnson continued to try their best to dodge the romance questions recently, but there really is no denying it.
Now that Chris Soules’ time on Dancing With The Stars has come to an end, he can get back to the more important things in his life, like getting back to the farm and planning his wedding to Whitney Bischoff. But that doesn’t mean that Chris’ DWTS partner, Witney Carson is done with him just yet though. In fact, Carson recently revealed that she is choreographing Chris and Whitney’s first dance for their big day.
Chris Soules made a name for himself as Prince Farming on The Bachelor, and, while he supposedly wants nothing more than to return to his simple life in Iowa with Whitney Bischoff, all that has been called into question during his time on Dancing With The Stars. Now, the reality star seems more interested in pursuing a life in the limelight. How will this apparent change of heart impact his relationship with Whitney?
It’s safe to say that no one was really shocked when Chris Soules was eliminated from Dancing With The Stars last night, not even Soules himself. But what is shocking is that when Soules chatted about his elimination after the show last night, he revealed that Dancing With The Stars was actually easier for him than the Bachelor. How can that possibly be?
Robert Herjavec had a good run on Dancing With The Stars this season, and fans fell in love with his insane chemistry with partner, Kym Johnson. Sadly though, as DWTS inches closer to the finale, two couples were sent packing last night, and one of them was Robert and Kym, even though the couple finally gave fans the much awaited kiss they wanted. But what fans really want to know now is – will they finally admit to being a couple? Herjavec dished all about his elimination, and Kym Johnson.