Kim Johnson, the professional ballroom dancer who works on 'Dancing With the Stars', has decided to take a break from the show for a season.
Kim Johnson, one of the professional dancers on Dancing With the Stars has decided to take a break from the show to pursue a career opportunity in Australia.
Kym Johnson at the G'Day USA Black Tie Charity Gala at the JW Marriot Hotel in L.A.
Johnson has been on the US Dancing With the Stars since 2006. An Australian native, she first appeared on the Australian version of the show in 2004. DWTS is now approaching its 17th season. Johnson has been appearing on the show for the past 14 seasons.
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The Walking Dead may be going from strength-to-strength, though it seems the producers felt the need for even more star power when they signed up former NFL star Hines Ward to appear on the show! Yep, you heard us, the football legend and winner of the twelfth season of Dancing with the Stars is set to appear on ABC's award winning suspense-drama.
So, who will the Pittsburgh Steelers man be playing? A hero ready to kick some serious zombie behind? Well, not exactly. Hines will be appearing as one of the undead masses who have taken over a post-apocalyptic United States. His former college team-mate IronE Singleton has been a regular cast member on the show - playing T-Dog, one of the human survivors. In a sneak peak of Ward's appearance on NFL.com, a voiceover says, "Later this year it will feature a familiar face, with a completely unfamiliar look. This zombie is actually a former NFL star". Actor Steven Yeun says, "He's going to be our most muscular zombie to date, he'll be a horrible zombie to deal with!"
"Do I get to bite you and turn you into a zombie?," Ward asks his good friend Singleton in a backstage clip.
Continue reading: The Walking Dead: Hines Ward Joins The Cast!
This year's Mercury Prize nominees features the best of British pop.
Situated in a scenic Cornish valley, the eleventh iteration of the Leopallooza Festival takes place near Bude in Cornwall from July 28th to July 30th.
Linkin Park have returned to America's Billboard Chart following the tragic suicide of their frontman Chester Bennington last week.