Skating With the Stars judge Johnny Weir will host Holiday Dreams on Ice at the Perani Arena in Flint, Michigan on December 11. Keep reading for more details.
Skating With the Stars judge Johnny Weir can add author to his growing list of professional accomplishments. Not only is the celebrity figure skating judge a two-time Olympian, three time U.S. champion, a pop-culture icon and a reality TV star, but now he is releasing a book about himself come January. Keep reading for more.
It’s an injury and illness plagued week on Skating With the Stars, as at rehearsal, Brandon Smith was rushed to the hospital after having trouble breathing and throwing up, Rebecca Budig went to the emergency room after hurting her wrist, Jonny Moseley made a misstep, which resulted in him cutting his partner’s finger to the bone and Vince Neil hurt his back. But the show must go on, and so it did. How did these celebrity figure skaters do in week three of Skating With the Stars? Keep on reading to find out.
One of the Skating With the Stars front runners Brandon Smith was rushed to the hospital during rehearsals today. What will it mean for the Disney star? Will he perform in tonight’s competition? Keep on reading for more.
After landing at the bottom of the leaderboard with Sean Young on Skating With the Stars this past week, Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil escaped elimination to live on for another week. Before he performed his Tango during week two of the ABC reality show, Vince Neil spoke with Billboard.com about his experience on the ice.
Sean Young was the first celebrity eliminated from Skating With the Stars this past week after performing a swing routine with partner Denis Petukhov. After what started out as a decent number, the former The Young and the Restless star fell a couple of times earning her low scores. After combining those scores with the prior week’s and then factoring in the viewer votes, she was sent packing. Sean Young recently talked with In Touch Weekly about her experience on Skating With the Stars and how she feels now that it’s over.
The six figure skating celebrities perform either a tango or a swing routine, as week two of Skating With the Stars gives viewers what they were secretly hoping for last week – the first wipeouts of the season. The first elimination is also made after both weeks’ scores are combined, along with the viewer votes. Keep on reading to find out who gets the axe from Skating With the Stars.
On the first episode of Skating With the Stars, Bethenny Frankel scored at the bottom of the leaderboard, just edging Vince Neil out by one point. She recently spoke to E! Online about her figure skating debut and why she decided to take on this new reality show. Keep on reading to find out what she had to say.
Skating With the Stars premiered this week following the finale of the popular ABC reality show Dancing With the Stars. The new show follows the same format – celebrities are paired with professionals to learn a new skill and are judged by a panel of experts – but will it be as big a hit as its predecessor?
To celebrate the LGBT people of the year, Out Magazine selected their 2010 Out 100 honorees. Fittingly, Skating With the Stars judge Johnny Weir was named their Diva of the Year. The magazine photographed each honoree recreating an event that was pivotal in the evolution of the LGBT cause. The events they chose to highlight include Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball, the Stonewall riots and Studio 54. Any guess which moment in time Johnny Weir helped capture?