The 'All-Stars' never need a reason, never need a rhyme to dance the quickstep or the jive...in utterly ridiculous costumes http://tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/dancing-with-the-stars-all-stars-week-2-season-15-quickstep-jive/ more
Is this the end of the rodeo for the Redneck Woman? The Dancing With the Stars judges put Mark Ballas’ past and present partners at the top and bottom of the leaderboard on Season 15 All-Stars Week 2. His old Season 5 partner, Sabrina Bryan, dazzled to th more
Sabrina gets the highest point of the night as showing 'a treble quick' during her quickstep, while Gilles impresses the judges with his high-powered jive though he's injured. http://www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00054299.html more
We are down to 12 Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars, with Pamela Anderson sent home last week from a bottom three that also included Bristol Palin, and, shockingly, Drew Lachey.  Will Bristol and Drew be staring down the elimination gun once again , more
Some things never change on “Dancing with the Stars.” Showmances and celeb/pro tension played up by producers. Silly themes. And a second-week competition filled with jives and quicksteps.
Apolo Ohno, Joey Fatone, Drew Lachey, Gilles Marini, Kirstie Alley and the rest of the all-stars realize how tough this season is -- and bring their A games. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/starr-raving/posts/recap-dancing-with-the-stars-gets-even-tougher-for more
"Entertaining" was the word of the night on "Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars", as the 12 remaining contestants delighted the audience and judges with their quickstep and jive routines. The biggest surprises were Bristol Palin's rowdy cowgirl quickstep ( more
And now there are 12. Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars may have lost one celebrity already, but that just means that the competition will be fiercer. Considering that all of the competitors are tried-and-true dancers, competition is not something to laug more