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NKOTBSB Bring Their New Single to 'Dancing with the Stars' (VIDEO)

With their joint tour selling out across the nation, the supergroup NKOTBSB performed on the 'Dancing with the Stars' (Tue., 9PM ET on ABC) results show. The group was a perfect fit for the "Guilty Pleasures" theme of the week, comprised as it is of the members of New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys. They performed a medley of two of their respective classic hits, and then broke into a new single, 'Don't Turn Out the Lights.' It will be featured on their compilation 'NKOTBSB' album coming out May 24, 2011, along with another new single and greatest hits from both groups. With both bands known as much for their dance moves as their music, it was no surprise that they shared the dance floor with the 'DWTS' troupe throughout their performances. It was certainly a fun and memorable performance. //www.tvsquad.com/2011/04/27/nkotbsb-new-single-dancing-with-the-stars-video/

Backstage at Dancing With the Stars: Bristol Bounces Back

Dancing With the Stars belonged to Brandy on October 25 — the singer left her competition in the dust with her dramatic tango and non-stop, booty-shaking energy during the dance marathon. But what everyone in the audience was talking about was the surprisingly strong showing by Bristol Palin, who managed to rack up 23 points for her graceful tango before coming in second-to-last for the marathon. Nevertheless, she wowed with a newfound confidence on the dance floor. "I realized that if I didn't go all out, I was gonna go home," said Palin, who is known to be painfully shy. "So I tried my best to go all out." The 20-year-old single mom somehow managed to survive dancing in a disastrous monkey costume last week, to say nothing of forgetting her steps. That survival has led to much speculation that the Tea Party may be warming up their voting fingers in preparation for next week's election by voting for Republican Sarah Palin's daughter. Does Bristol think that's what's going on? "I'm sure they're backing us up," she said. "It's just my mom's supporters." To Read More Click Here.

TV Ratings Report: ABC Dances to Victory

A new edition of Dancing with the Stars helped ABC tango its way to the top of the ratings game last night. A full rundown follows... 8 p.m. Dancing With the Stars: 19.3 million viewers How I Met Your Mother: 8.4 million/Rules of Engagement: 8.3 million Chuck: 5.4 million House rerun: 4 million 90210: 2 million 9 p.m. Dancing With the Stars: 21 million Two and a Half Men: 13.7 million/Mike & Molly: 10.85 million The Event: 5.9 million Lie to Me: 4.3 million Gossip Girl: 1.9 million 10 p.m. Castle (pictured): 11.8 million Hawaii Five-0: 10 million Chase: 4.9 million Source Here

'Dancing with the Stars' Week 6 Preview: Rock Week and a Dance Marathon

As we go into week 6 of this season's  Dancing with the Stars  competition, the seven remaining couples face more than just each other. Each couple will, for the first time tonight, perform more than one dance as they fight to stay in the running for the Mirror Ball. In addition to their main dance (look for tangos and paso dobles this week), each of the remaining couples will need to participate in a mini-dance marathon during tonight's performance show.   The pairs will each have a one-minute routine, using any style they choose. During the marathon, all of the dancers will perform simultaneously on the dance floor, repeating their routines for as long as they can. The judges will periodically eliminate couples, based on evidence of tiring or mistakes. The last couple remaining at the end of the four-minute marathon will receive 10 points added to their overall score for the night. To Read More  Click Here.