TV Guide Reviews/Recaps
17:40 EDT, 17 Jul, 2012Discussion
Dancing with the Stars ' remaining six couples tackle two dances this week: a solo and a team number. Plus, world Latin champion Donnie Burns joins the panel as a guest judge. Who made a rise to the top? Who fell? Find out below! No theme this week, but i more
With just three weeks to go until the finale, it's still anyone's game on "Dancing With the Stars" -- which means it's just as uncertain as to who will go home next. Kirstie Alley, Romeo and Kendra Wilkinson all ended up on the bottom half of the leader b more
Team dances returned and Ralph Macchio returned to the top spot many felt he had locked up the first few weeks of the Dancing With the Stars season. An early favorite, the original Karate Kid joined NFL star Hines Ward at the top of the scoreboard, with D more
Two stars likely facing elimination tonight on 'Dancing With the Stars' are Romeo and Kirstie Alley, who are both tied in last place with 60 points.
All the dancers started out with 30 points after performing in group dances. Romeo and his partner Chels more
Ballroom mayhem! During a monster Week 7 performance show, Tom Bergeron had to keep throwing to Diane Sawyer so we could all rest assured that drunken frat guys were still celebrating the death of Osama bin Laden. (For the record, Generalíssimo Francisco more
It's getting down to the wire on this season of 'Dancing With the Stars,' and the show finally cracked the whip to separate the winners from the losers.
In what might have been their toughest week yet, each of the six contestants had to learn not one bu more
Mark Ballas and Chelsea Kane don't just have the most adventurous choreography on this season of "Dancing With the Stars," they're also earning a reputation for unexpected song choices. Already tackling Panic at the Disco, the "Harry Potter" score and Che more
Zap2it's weekly "'Dancing with the Stars' Diary" offers fans a backstage pass to everybody's favorite only reality competition that throws celebrities at the mercy of that fickle mistress we call dance.It may take two to Tango, but it takes twelve to Cha- more