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Review: Dancing with the Stars - Performance 6 Results

by Michael Pascua, posted Oct 28th 2009 1:15AM
Louie Vito and Chelsie Hightower jitterbug
(S09E13) Tonight on Dancing with the Stars there was some actual content tonight: the dance-off. Unfortunately, that meant that there was no encore performance. Instead we go right into Taylor Swift.

Musical Performance - Taylor Swift - "Jump then Fall" - Anyone notice that the stage Norah Jones had last week was just audience chairs? Taylor Swift is a horrible live singer (squeaking every time she sang the word "jump"), but luckily we had some professionals who reminded me of Ryan & Ashleigh from So You Think You Can Dance. Their lift near the end was the best part.

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Dancing with the Stars: Performance 4 Results

by Michael Pascua, posted Oct 14th 2009 12:15AM
Chuck & Anna dance their two-step
(S09E09) I didn't notice until the first recap of many that the women outscored most of the men on Dancing with the Stars last night. Apparently, the four new dances provided a bigger challenge for all the people who had to lead the dance.

With the musical guest being Shakira, I was hoping that I could see a live performance of "She Wolf." Alas, she didn't perform the song, so I'm stuck hearing it for every commercial for Desperate Housewives. There was no Macy's Stars of Dance performance, so there was a lot more unnecessary filler than in previous weeks.

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America, here's your new Dancing with the Stars cast

by Bob Sassone, posted Aug 17th 2009 11:44AM
DWTSABC announced the new Dancing with the Stars cast today. If you've been living under a rock the past few years, the announcement of the new DWTS cast is now given all of the gravitas as the naming of a new Pope.

Here we go:

Aaron Carter
Ashley Hamilton
Chuck Liddell

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Artie Lange is more interesting than the sports stars on Joe Buck Live

by Bob Sassone, posted Jun 16th 2009 1:27PM
Artie Lange, Paul Rudd, and Jason Sudeikis were on the premiere episode of Joe Buck Live last night, and let's just say that Lange took control of the show with a dirty put down to Buck after the host brought up TMZ.com. (The after-the-show webcast can be seen at HBO's site, but it seems to be down right now.). Sports Illustrated has more, including comments from HBO and Buck.

Oh, Brett Favre was on the show too.

[via Awful Announcing]

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Reality TV and football working in harmony

by Brad Trechak, posted Jan 23rd 2009 1:02PM
Dallas CowboysIt's been done for business executives, wrestlers and singers, and now potential professional football players will be getting their chance to compete for their dreams. Michael Irvin is hosting a reality television show on Spike in which the winner will get a spot on the Dallas Cowboys training camp roster. The judges are going to be former football players and coaches.

I'm surprised someone at the NFL didn't think of this earlier. Perhaps they did but they were afraid fans would take the sport less seriously. The candidates will need a football background, but not much (more than high school). This is definitely on the right network for this particular type of reality television.

I'm not a football fan, so I'd like to ask anybody out there that is one: what do you think of this? Is this something you would legitimately be interested in watching or is it a waste of a spot in the roster?

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