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Dancing With The Stars Season 15,All Stars revealed final 13th celeb contestant today. As previously reported, Dancing With The Stars Season 15, All Stars was reserving the 13th celebrity spot for America’s vote. The contestants that were in the running were: Sabrina Bryan, Carson Kressley, and Kyle Massey.
The votes finally came back today,revealing that Sabrina Bryan is the winner,so she’ll be returning to the show to join the other 12 contestants in an all-star showdown. After the victory, Sabrina told Hollywood Life, “I’m not going to lie, it’s intimidating. They’ve got an insane cast for this next season.” Read the rest of this entry »
Dancing With The Stars season 15 all stars first celebrity partner photos revealed. Recently, ABC dropped the new celebrity partner photos for their upcoming “Dancing With The Stars” season 15, All-Star Edition. You can see all the partner pairing photos at Hollywood Life by Clicking Here.
Again, the partner pairings are: Apolo Ohno with Karina Smirnoff. Bristol Palin with Mark Ballas. Drew Lachey with Anna Trebunskaya. Emmitt Smith with Cheryl Burke. Gilles Marini with Peta Murgatroyd. Helio Castroneves with Chelsie Hightower. Joey Fatone with Kym Johnson. Kelly Monaco with Valentin Chmerkovskiy. Read the rest of this entry »
‘Dancing With The Stars’ to do all-star edition for season 15. According to a new report from TV Line, ABC is planning to bring back all-star dancers from the past in the Fall edition of it’s hit show “Dancing With The Stars.” It’ll be its 15th season,so they’ll have plenty of past contestants to choose from. However,there’s no reports of who they may be bringing back yet. They say, ABC president Paul Lee revealed the exciting news in a conference call.
In related news, Season 14 just ousted celebrity reporter Maria Menounos and her dance pro partner Derek Hough in the semifinals last night. It sucks too,because I would’ve liked to have seen them in the finals. They also got perfect scores on the performance night. Oh well. Read the rest of this entry »