Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is a contestant on this season of Dancing With The Stars, and he made it through the latest round of cuts thanks to a decent performance on Monday’s episode. After his dance, he was asked what sorts of obstacles he had to overcome while practicing, and the conversation went…
With Marco Rubio’s campaign for the presidency likely drawing its last breaths, the candidate’s focus should be squarely on a single, attainable victory—one that is still well within reach. Not a surprise upset of Donald Trump in Rubio’s home state of Florida, but instead a far more glorious triumph—on the…
Former bad hockey player Sean Avery participated ever-so-briefly on this season's Dancing With The Stars, getting eliminated after one week. His old nemesis Martin Brodeur had something to say about his performance. So naturally Avery fired right back, and goddamnit here we go again.
While it was pretty clear that Brooke Burke was unceremoniously fired from her job hosting Dancing with the Stars, a new rumor indicates DWTS producers might have gotten rid of her as part of a dubious plan to target a specific crop of new viewers.
In a slightly bizarre turn of events, sports reporter Erin Andrews is the new host of Dancing with the Stars, replacing actress Brooke Burke, who was clearly fired. Hmm.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver became the third football player to win ABC's Dancing With The Stars, cutting a rug with the Cha-Cha-Cha to take the dance show's 14th-season prize.
Dancing With The Stars producers who thought they were getting Urkel got a bit more Stefan than they were counting on as Jaleel White allegedly snapped when he stepped on his partner's foot leading to an altercation in which fellow DWTS competitor (and Packers WR) Donald Driver intervened.
Not content to spend the lockout doing "hasty and shapeless" stand-up comedy, The Dong Texter Formerly Known As Ron Artest has gone one-and-done on "Dancing With The Stars." If you wish, feel free to view his effort here. The Los Angeles Times said his was a "stiff cha-cha" that was simultaneously "buckets o'…
Pittsburgh to honor Ward's 'Dancing' win on Thursday: "The city of Pittsburgh will hold a rally at noon Thursday to honor Hines Ward's victory in ABC-TV's 'Dancing with the Stars' competition." [Post-Gazette]
Hines Ward unintentionally body-slammed his partner, Kym Johnson, during a rehearsal for the show Dancing With The Stars last week. She suffered a sprained vertebrae and returned for what could only have been an "emotional" and "teary" and "inspiring" performance with Ward — and, having survived a full-on hit from…
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We've gotten the emails too: "Bret Favre to join Dancing With The Stars?" We ignored them until PFT posted the rumors early this morning. As fascinating as that would be, the tale of how the rumor made it this far is an even better story.
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It wasn't that long ago that everyone wondered how Erin Andrews could ever recover from her humiliating and scary stalker episode. Now she's rolling around in lingerie and letting people rave about her ass. Looks like she made it.
Ten years ago, Darrin Henson was the Tom Emanski of instructional dance videos. He had one enthusiastic pupil, though. Yes, at the :45 mark, the future Sideline Princess was doing her best hard-sell on one of the lamest infomercial videos ever.
Sandwiched betwixt Opening Day and some type of basketball competition lies grown adults dancing for
the hell of it. Bravissimo!
Will Erin Andrews dance again with her lower half covered in silly string? Those who follow the live blog might find this out.
In sports, everyone is a winner—some people just win better than others. Like ballroom dance enthusiasts who suddenly found a lot of weirdos hanging around them last night. Why are all these pasty dorks cheering the Vienna Waltz?