Dancing with the Stars news

“Dancing With The Stars” has lost its first couple.
Mike Catherwood and Lacey Schwimmer were voted off the reality TV show last night.
The dance partners were hoping that their energetic jive in Monday’s live show would save them from elimination.
But their underwhelming performance didn’t manage to see them through with the public vote waving them goodbye.
The KROQ radio host took the news graciously and thanked his fans, the DWTS crew and most of all his partner, Lacey.
“Everybody knows that Lacey Schwimmer is beautiful on the outside” – he said. “But I also want to say that she equally as beautiful on the inside and I have made a friend for life.”
When asked what the best part about being on the show was, Mike said he enjoyed all of it.
“It’s hard to name one thing, it has been an amazing experience overall” – he said.
The 32-year-old said he was saddened to be voted off but had a blast on the reality show.
“It sucks to be sent off first… but I have made a lot of friends.”
The couple were then asked to do one last spin, where Mike got down on the floor and did a silly dance.
Their elimination came after they were joined by Sugar Ray Leonard and Anna Trebunskay in the final two.
Both partners received a low score of 17 in their live performance the night before.
But Sugar Ray and Anna made the cut, with the viewer’s vote keeping them in the game.

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The ballroom bid farewell to ‘Psycho’ Mike Catherwood on Tuesday night’s Dancing With the Stars, thus setting him up for a lifetime of Dance Center appearances. Mike can now count himself, along with Kenny Mayne and David Hasselhoff, as part of “the Mount Rushmore of terrible dancers.” Tom got a huge belly laugh at that one. Loved it.
Mike’s exit was super classy (until he started dancing again, of course), and I liked how he made Lacey wait for her inevitable, sweeter-than-expected praise. “Lacey’s a beautiful person on the outside, but she is even more beautiful on the inside” – he gushed. Well, duh – he had to be around her crazy two-toned hair for the past five weeks. Imagine!
Mike knew it was coming – He wasn’t a dancer and didn’t have a great fan base. After Monday night’s jive with Lacey, Mike told EW he wasn’t losing any sleep over the dancing portion of this waking nightmare we call life. “I was losing sleep because my dogs got in a fight, so that sucked” – he said. “But all things considered, I was pretty serene.” Sounds like it. Also in the bottom three: Sugar Ray Leonard and Anna “always wants it one more time” Tre-BUN-skaya, and Wendy Williams and her professional partner Sparkletooth. These were the bottom three, but Sugar Ray wasn’t necessarily in the bottom two, said our fearless hosts. Whatever, dudes.
Lo and behold, last night we were introduced to … the six people we’re going to sacrifice to Apollo this year!
Just kidding: They’re the DWTS Troupe. Or ‘THE TROUPE,’ according to what was emblazoned on the ballroom floor in the graphics package. Clearly these kids are the next generation of the ballroom. They are just one among many reasons why Dancing With the Stars is a lot like both Degrassi and Star Trek.


Chris Brown Wows the Crowd on “Dancing with the Stars”. Chris Brown performed for the first time since his Good Morning America meltdown and made sure to make it all about the music.
Brown, currently promoting F.A.M.E. (Forgiving All My Enemies), also known as ‘Fans Are My Everything’ by Brown, performed twice in a pre-taped performance on the Dancing with the Stars results show.
Host Tom Bergeron was against Brown being on the show as well as dancer Cheryl Burke. Bergeron recently told Ryan Seacrest, “I did tell the producers it may be to their advantage to not have me interview him” – he said. “Because my natural tendency would be to say something. So, don’t put me in a position where you are asking me not to say something, because I really won’t do that.”
Cheryl Burke added her opinion to Extra: “As a victim of domestic violence, I don’t agree with him coming on the show, but it’s out of my control.”
Despite being shunned by some of the cast, Brown gave two show-stopping performances on Tuesday’s show.
First, Brown hit the stage to perform his hit, ‘Yeah 3x.’ returning to his black hair and wearing a red suit, Brown showed off his dance moves in a karate-themed performance, complete with twirls and jumps.
Later on, Brown lit up the stage, literally, for his performance of ‘Forever’ and ‘Beautiful People.’ This time, Brown and his dancers wore light-up suits and costumes. By the end of the performance, a sweaty Brown was all smiles by the applause.

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