Jaleel White finally didn’t do that.
The former “Family Matters” star was unable to beat Disney star Roshon Fegan in a Rumba battle Tuesday night and was eliminated from Dancing With The Stars. White was a 12/1 favorite to win the show yesterday in Bovada’s Dancing With The Stars Betting Odds.
White and Fegan received the fewest votes after Monday’s show and were subjected to a dance battle in front of the judges. Side-by-side, they thought Fegan was better than White. Continue reading
I can sit here and write all this gossip on Dancing With The Stars this week from afar and drive up a little interest in the show.
Or I can just hand the mic to Maria Menounos and partner Derek Hough who, you know, are actually on the show. The “Extra” correspondent is gearing up for classical week tonight, and gave her employer the scoop on what to expect this week. She’s been battling a foot problem for a few days, just another of a string of injuries that has hampered her performances in the show. Continue reading
Look out Donald Driver.
Katherine Jenkins, who has been high on Bovada’s TV/Film Props Betting Odds to win the show, put on a clinic in Monday night’s Dancing With The Stars and is looking really good as we settle into the home stretch of Season 14.
Jenkins got a pair of 10s for her Motown routine with partner Mark Ballas, set to the tune of the Temptation’s “I Can’t Get Next To You”. Continue reading
I guess nice guys really do finish last sometimes.
Latin Night wasn’t kind to Gavin DeGraw. The hero when Melissa Gilbert had to be rushed to the hospital last week, was kicked off the show Tuesday night. And so went the power to half of the audience’s televisions for the remainder of the competition.
The Singer/Songwriter DeGraw and partner Karina Smirnoff received the lowest combined scores from the audience and judges during Tuesday night’s telecast, saving underdog Gladys Knight for another week. Continue reading
Last week, Dancing With The Stars fans finally got a little juice. Melissa Gilbert’s perplexing trip to the emergency room was just one of a handful of interesting story lines put together as the celebrity show drives on, along with Sherri Shepherd’s tearful elimination.
The View co-host, Shepherd was in the bottom two after an up and down performance last Monday. I personally didn’t think she was going to be eliminated, but I’m certainly not someone who would vote to save her either. Continue reading
The 14th season of Dancing With the Stars has been as exciting and interesting as any season in recent memory. With three weeks in the books, it’s safe to say that the fat has officially been somewhat trimmed now that we have had our first elimination of the process. While Martina Navratilova and Tony Dovolani put up an undeniably valiant effort, their consistently low scores (particularly in week two when they hit rock bottom) meant that they simply couldn’t be kept around. Continue reading
When the Dancing with the Stars contestant list is finally decided, it almost seems a guarantee that it will include a football player. The long list of Emmitt Smith, Jason Taylor, Ocho, Warren Sapp, Hines Ward, Jerry Rice, and Kurt Warner just got a little longer with Donald Driver joining the cast. Driver is the old reliable receiver on the Green Bay Packers that has the longest tooth on the team. Even with the experience of a career built on great footwork, his odds of making a smooth transition to dance are predicting he’s no Emmitt Smith. Bovada.com is putting Driver behind William Levy and Jaleel White with 5/1 odds to win Dancing With The Stars. Continue reading
Urkel is about to do that.
Actor Jaleel White, who came to fame for his portrayal of the ne’er-do-well clutz Steve Urkel in the 90s sitcome Family Matters, will be one of 11 contestants on Dancing With The Stars Season 14. A competition centered around grace and charisma – two things White made a living doing the opposite. Continue reading
Besides being a bonafide ratings monster for ABC, Dancing With The Stars has also become something of a cultural phenomenon over the last few years. Since the show’s inception in 2005, its seemingly simple premise of pairing up a celebrity with a professional dancer and watching said celebrity develop as a dancer has become an undeniable television mainstay. Continue reading