Dancing with the Stars' final three couples face off two more times before Season 11's champion is crowned. Plus: The cast returns with new routines. So Season 11 is a wrap! What do you think? Is Jennifer a deserving winner? Should she have risked her health for a Mirrorball trophy? Can you believe Derek has three Mirrorballs? Did you like that they brought back the Instant Dance? Which returning star's routine was your favorite? Did The Hoff blow your mind? Who do you want to see next season? To Read More Click Here.
The final three couples face off on Dancing with the Stars with two of their last four routines, including the highly anticipated freestyle. What did you think? Did the freestyles exceed your expectations? Who redeemed themselves? Will you heed Tom's plea to vote, not complain and not to shoot your TV? Do you love "Tootsee Roll" (and Tootsie Rolls) too? Is Kyle the Fresh Prince of Dancing ? How hysterical was it when Carrie Ann mocked Kate Gosselin? Who do you think will win? To Read More Click Here.
One last couple is eliminated as Dancing with the Stars sets its final three. Who came up just short? Find out below! So this is it, people. Who goes? Will Bristol hang on yet again? First, we must kill some time with an encore of Brandy and Maks' Argentine tango, a performance from Annie Lennox and a fluff piece from the semifinalists of the couples sharing what they learned about themselves. Cliff notes version: Dancing is hard, but you'd be surprised at what you can do if you push yourself. Never heard that one before. Can someone please consider a 30-minute results show when it's down to so few people? Pretty please? Idol 's doing it! Twenty minutes in, we finally get down to business: So that's that. Jennifer vs. Kyle vs. Bristol. Did anyone see this final three coming? What do you think of the results? Are you shocked and disappointed that Brandy got the boot? Is Bristol the Pistol going to take it all? Who can stop her? To Read More Click Here.
Dancing with the Stars ' remaining four contestants face off in the semifinals for a coveted spot in the finals. Who rose to the occasion? Find out below! We're almost there, y'all! One more week! But for now, we get two dances from everyone: the Latin Round, in which the celebrity must perform a 15-second solo, and the ballroom round. What did you think? Who brought it? Did Jennifer deserve a perfect 60? Are you surprised Kyle topped Brandy? Did Bristol finally break out of her shell? Did they overdo it with the sob stories in the packages? Who do you think will get the boot? To Read More Click Here.
Dancing with the Stars locks in its four semifinalists as one more couple gets eliminated. Plus: DanceCenter returns! I know, I can't wait for DanceCenter either. But first, some business to attend to: Kyle and Lacey's Instant Dance jive gets the encore for, well, being awesome. And they immediately get some equally awesome news afterward. What do you think? Did Kurt deserve the boot? What do you make of the final four? Did DanceCenter bring the funny? Will those kiddie dancers be on Dancing Season 30 (gulp)? Will Maks and Carrie Ann ever settle their feud? To Read More Click Here.
The stakes are raised on Dancing with the Stars as the top 5 tackle the first-ever Instant Dance. Who handled the last-minute music with ease? What did you think? Do you like the Instant Dance? Were you surprised at how well everyone did? Is Kurt a dancing Ken doll? Are the judges incapable of giving Kurt a 9? Whose side are you on in the Maks vs. Carrie Ann smackdown? Did Jennifer deserve the first perfect 30 of the season? Was Bristol's Argentine tango "lap dance" scandalous? Who do you think will get the boot? To Read More Click Here.
Want to stay on Dancing with the Stars ? It takes a lot more than good dancing. As the past two weeks have shown us, it's not always the worst dancer who goes home. Audrina's weeks of solid performances (she never had a bad night and actually won in week 3) and a second-place finish in week 6 were not enough to keep her on the show. Rick had his best dance of the season -- which is saying a lot for a man with seven weeks of good work -- just before his week 7 elimination. But both were voted off. Why? To Read More Click Here. What do you think? Is dancing what matters? Or could personality and voter support bring about a surprise victor on Dancing with the Stars ?