Even though the producers and crew were happy for J.R. Martinez, they were pulling for Ricki Lake to take home the Mirror Ball Trophy on ‘Dancing with the Stars’
Season 13 of Dancing with the Stars ended with a bang last night and HollywoodLife.com has the exclusive from behind the scenes at the hit ABC show — including what insiders think about Kristin Cavallari and Scott Disick‘s rumored hookup!
HollywoodLife.com’s ‘Dancing with the Stars’ source says insiders don’t think Rob Kardashian will win, despite his high scores last night
Rob Kardashian may be the most improved this season on Dancing with the Stars, but the majority of the crew believes America will see behind his high scores from the finals and back either Ricki Lake or J.R. Martinez.
Rob Kardashian came out from nowhere and dominated the competition! Will he win season 13 of ‘Dancing with the Stars’?
All season long, it felt like Rob Kardashian was holding on by a thread on Dancing with the Stars. Although he wasn’t at the very bottom of the scoreboard, he wasn’t at the top either — and even fell victim to the bottom two. However, somehow the 24-year-old reality star stayed focused, diligently landed a spot in the finals and then ROCKED the night with his best dances of the season. Ladies and gentlemen, I think we’ve found our winner.
After thousands of votes, HollywoodLife.com readers overwhelming believe the underdog, J.R. Martinez, will be the winner of season 13 of ‘DWTS.’ Do YOU agree?
It’s down to the final three — Rob Kardashian, J.R. Martinez and Ricki Lake and HollywoodLife.com has the inside scoop on who is expected to take home the mirror ball trophy.
Hope Solo and J.R. Martinez were on the chopping block at the results show tonight, but which dancer is going to the ‘Dancing with the Stars’ finals?
After withstanding an injury this week, J.R. Martinez was freaking out about getting eliminated from Dancing with the Stars tonight — but was he right to be scared?
After suffering an injury during the week of semi-finals, J.R. Martinez is worried he’ll get the boot!
Poor J.R. Martinez! After leading the season on Dancing with the Stars, the war vet hurt his ankle before performances Nov. 14 and fell on the leader board. Now, for the first time, he’s scared of elimination tonight.
We’re down to the final five and it’s pretty obvious who’s going home tomorrow after tonight’s ‘instant choreography’ performances!
Things are finally heating up on the Dancing with the Stars dance floor! With only a few weeks left of the competition, all of the contestants really stepped up their game…except for one pair: Nancy Grace and Tristan MacManus. Unfortunately, America’s favorite wardrobe-malfunctioning gas-ripping talking head struggled to impress the judges and got the worst scores for the second week in a row. Meanwhile, J.R. Martinez scored two perfect scores on both his rehearsed dance AND his instant dance. Is he our Mirror Ball Trophy winner?
This week on ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ one of the leaders fell on the scoreboard and Carson Kressley stayed on the bottom — but I don’t want him to get the boot!
What a whirlwind! It was ’80s week on Dancing with the Stars Oct. 17 and host Tom Bergeron told us we’re already halfway through season 13 — how the time flies! Since the very first week, I’ve been pulling for Ricki Lake to take home the Mirror Ball Trophy, but after tonight’s performance, I think J.R. Martinez might be more deserving. He actually looked like more of a pro dancer than a contestant!
Unfortunately there were no nip slips or gassy moments on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ Oct. 10, but there were some super entertaining dances and one incredibly famous audience member!
After last week’s night of nearly flawless dances, there were a few major screw ups on Dancing with the Stars Oct. 10. Chynna Phillips forgot her moves and Chaz Bono left much to be desired. However, Ricki Lake scored the first 10s of the season and Carson Kressley had me buckled up with a fit of giggles with his animated pirate jig. Plus, the one and only Cher made her first appearance on the reality show to support her son.
Do you think Kristin deserved to go home? She & fellow dancer J.R. Martinez both told us they were ‘shocked’ by the results!
We were shocked when The Hills beauty Kristin Cavallari was voted off Dancing with the Stars on Oct. 4, but we’re glad to know she’s staying positive about it. “It was a lot of fun, and a great workout!” she told HollywoodLife.com shortly after her elimination.
Iraq war veteran J.R. broke down in tears after his Oct. 3 performance! Do you think he should win the whole competition?
Dancing with the Stars got real this week, as contestants were required to base their dance around a personal experience — and no one got more personal than All My Children‘s J.R. Martinez. He and partner Karina Smirnoff rumba’d their way into America’s hearts by dancing to Tim McGraw‘s “If You’re Reading This,” which is dedicated to fallen service men and woman. The powerful performance earned he and Karina 26 out of 30 possible points.
The upcoming Dancing With The Stars line-up includes some interesting personalities—think Carson Kressley, Chaz Bono and Rob Kardashian—but whether or not they can dazzle on the dance floor is what Karina Smirnoff really cares about. In an exclusive interview with HollywoodLife.com, pro dancer Karina—who is paired up with All My Children‘s J.R. Martinez, says, “There…
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!