Corbin Bleu - A host of celebrities took to the red carpet for the 'Scene Stealers' event presented by Star Magazine at the Lure nightclub in Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 10th October 2014
The actress and her professional Derek Hough emerged victorious in last night's finale
Dancing With the Stars crowd its newest winner on Tuesday, 26 November, with Glee actress Amber Riley emerging victorious from the pack of hopeful celebrities. The couple were declared winners ahead of fellow finalists Jack Osbourne, who came in third and Corbin Bleu, who finished the series in second place.
Amber Riley is the new DWTS champion!
Tweeting a victory picture of herself and Hough form backstage at the show, Riley wasn't the only person who was celebrating the win last night, as her Glee co-stars were equally as blown away by the success. Whilst a number of her fellow Glee cast-members tweeted their congratulations for Riley, a handful of her fellow Gleeks, including Lea Michele and Chris Colfer, created a video congratulating Riley on her success, which you can check out below.
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In 8 week of 'Dancing With the Stars', who was eliminated?
Cher was, by far, the biggest star on Dancing With the Stars last night (4th November). The singer was a guest judge on the show and performed, with a miraculous change of costume three times.
Cher guest judged on DWTS.
The seven remaining couples were feeling the pressure this week since last week's elimination when Snooki went home. The Jersey Shore star and her professional partner were not the lowest scoring couple and even performed their samba admirably, yet it wasn't enough to save them!
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'Dancing With the Stars' saw another surprising contestant eliminated.
With seven dance partners left on Dancing With the Stars who was voted off this week?
Leah Remini and professional dancer Valentin Chmerkovskiy.
It's week seven of Dancing With the Stars and it's been a surprising outcome. Last week the judges decided to save all the contestants but no such luck for one dancer this week. The judge's scores and the audiences' votes were combined last night and it was certainly a tense competition.
Continue reading: 'Dancing With the Stars' Week 7 Recap - Who Was Eliminated?
'Dancing With the Stars' is at its mid-point, with five celebrities eliminated, who left this week?
It's half-way through the season of Dancing With the Stars: the dances are becoming more complex, the stars are stressed and the competition is fiercer. With eight competitors left at the beginning of last night's (Monday, 21 October) episode and a cruel clause added to panic even the coolest of celebrities, who was eliminated this week?
Elizabeth Berkley with her dance partner Val Chermerkovskiy.
The judges, Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli, decided a "Switch Up" improvisation dance should be added in order for the competitors to gain extra points. The music at any point in a couple's performance could be switched up so the dancers were forced to think on their feet - quite literally.
Following last night's edition of the show, we're still no closer to determining who will win the contest
Dancing With The Stars entered week five when it aired on Monday, 14 October, and almost immediately host Tom Bergeron put the pressure on at least half of the contestants as he revealed that "one of our female stars will be eliminated tonight" due to last weeks voting. The pressure was on the ladies to deliver, as the latest instalment saw the remaining celebs remember the 'The Most Memorable Year of Their Life,' and perform a dance routine that explains it best.
With Len Goodman back from London and in his judge's seat after a weeks absence, he, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli cast their critical eye over the remaining contestants danced to the sounds of 1982, all the way to the present day. And before we move on to the dances, now would be a good time to say that one of next season's contestants may have already revealed themselves. Paris Hilton was in the stands cheering on pal Christina Milian, and when asked whether she could give the show a go she said, I can dance, but I can't dance like her! I could try it out one time, maybe."
First up to bat was Corbin Bleu, whose years of choice was 2011. It was chosen as his 'most memorable year'because it was the year his younger sister, Phoenix, was diagnosed with severe scoliosis. The now-12-year-old still has to wear a back brace because of the condition and Bleu dedicated his foxtrot to the girl who is "such an inspiration" to himself. And what a start to get the show under way, as Bruno declared, "You could be the lost child of Fred Astaire and Ben Vereen," before showing him a 10. Len and Carrie gave out 9's each. A Great start to get the ball rolling.
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'Dancing With the Stars' lost another of its favourite competitors last night (7th October). Beware spoilers included in this article!
Dancing With the Stars has lost another fan favourite this week. After the elimination of Bill Nye last week, the fans have been suffering when they lost the brave Valerie Harper and her partner Tristian MacManus. The actress, who is battling cancer, said the show was "absolutely wonderful, completely unique, like nothing else in the world that you would ever do."
Valerie Harper was eliminated this week.
MacManus felt the same way about his experience on the show, especially having had the privilege of working with Valerie. Speaking to the hosts Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke-Charvet, after the bad news was broken, MacManus said, "sometimes you get very lucky to do well out of your partner and sometimes you get very lucky in your life to meet someone who can affect them more than this could at all. So I feel I've been very lucky to get that, and I feel like maybe [my] life's a little bit better since I met Valerie Harper."
Continue reading: Emotional Goodbyes As DWTS Loses Another Favourite
'Dancing With the Stars' played host to a stage of screen sirens and even a pilot when the celebrity competitors performed on last night's show.
Dancing With the Stars held a Hollywood Night on yesterday's (30 Sept.) show. The celebrity competitors chose Charleston's, Quicksteps and Cha Chas, whilst their costumes were definitely some of the most imaginative we've seen this season.
Christina Milian at the NCLR ALMA Awards in L.A.
Here's a few highlights before the latest celebrity to be eliminated is revealed:
'High School Musical' star Corbin Bleu is snapped signing autographs and posing for pictures with fans at the opening night of 'The Wizard Of Oz' held at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood. One photographer asks what his first week as a contestant on 'Dancing With The Stars' was like. 'It felt great, man', he replied with a wide grin as he made his way over to the red carpet.
Who was kicked out after the first week's results?
Dancing With The Stars is back for a seventeenth season and the second episode gave viewers the opportunity the vote off who they thought didn't deserve to return to dance for another week. Last week's dance routines saw a mixture of foxtrot, cha-cha and contemporary as the twelve contestants tried to kick off the competition on a high note.
Keyshawn Probably Shouldn't Have Been On The Show.
The first show saw Amber and Derek placed first, whose high-energy cha-cha performance in front of an audience containing members of the Glee cast was praised by judges for its precision, netting the pair a cool score of 27 - tying the ten-season-old record set by Kristi Yamaguchi of Season 6 for highest score in Week 1.
Dancing With the Stars loses its first celebrity in Monday Week 2 of the competition.
So who was the first to leave Dancing With the Stars? All will be revealed after these ten quick highlights from Monday, week 2:
Amber Riley performed a jive with partner Derek Hough.
1. Corbin Bleu's spectacular jive with Karina Smirnoff received two 8s and a 9 from the judges. It does seem slightly unfair considering his background but nevertheless he was a hit!
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