The show’s masterminds want to see Kyle go toe-to-toe with frenemy Bristol Palin, HollywoodLife.com has learned exclusively.
It’s up to the fans to decide which former Dancing with the Stars contestant lands the 13th spot on the All-Stars season — it’s between Kyle Massey, Sabrina Bryan or Carson Kressley — and the show’s producers are really hoping you vote for Kyle. The powers-that-be want to get Kyle and confirmed-contestant Bristol Palin on the show together, HollywoodLife.com has learned exclusively, because of the inevitable drama that would ignite between the two. As we all know, drama equals ratings.
It was fun while it lasted, but one of our favorite contestants on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ was eliminated Oct. 18! Boo hiss!
After last night’s ’80s-themed performances, it was anyone’s guess as to who was getting eliminated on Dancing with the Stars Oct. 18. However, once the bottom three — Nancy Grace, Carson Kressley and Hope Solo — were revealed, it became pretty obvious who was about to get the boot.
As her scores continue to drop, I’d really like to see Nancy try to fart her way out of this mess!
I hope Nancy Grace savored every minute of her paso doble on the Oct. 10 episode of Dancing with the Stars — because after tonight’s elimination round, she may never dance again! Nancy tied with Chaz Bono and Chynna Phillips for the second-lowest score last night, squeaking out a measly 21 out of 30 from the judges; and without an awkward bodily function to drum up buzz, I have a feeling America drop her like a bad habit. [Insert fart joke here.]
It seems like it’s been a long summer without the excitement and dazzle of ‘Dancing With The Stars.’ Fortunately, the Sept. 19 premiere is right around the corner and the dancing pairs have been announced, getting everyone excited for season 13!
Everyone knows bad luck is associated with the number 13. Ever since the new cast of Dancing With The Stars was announced, more than a few people have been scratching their heads over the participating celebs and wondering if there will be more failed attempts at two-stepping and injuries than past seasons! However, all questionable contestants and bad luck rumors aside, Good Morning America had the honor of announcing the toe-tapping duos and we gotta say, we think it’s gonna be good!