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After two weeks of tense video packages featuring her and partner Jake Pavelka, Chelsie Hightower wants to set the record straight. "We have a lot of fun together. We goof off, but they haven't shown that yet in our packages," the Dancing with the Stars pro tells TVGuide.com. "It's not that dramatic. We have a few moments like every couple does, and that's what they end up showing. What can you do? They want to show the stupid drama we have!" Their drama, she says, is partially rooted in the fact that the former Bachelor has never been coached before. So how are they doing this week? Find out below. Plus: Will Hightower return to So You Think You Can Dance as an All-Star?
Buzz Aldrin may have earned the lowest score — a 14 — on the Dancing with the Stars season premiere, but the legendary astronaut is determined to stick around the dance floor a little longer. Not just to improve his hoofing skills, but to promote awareness about the space program. "[Dancing] is a very strongly supported culmination of being in the public eye and doing things that I think are appropriate for a 'moonwalker,'" the 80-year-old tells TVGuide.com. See what Aldrin, who's paired with Ashly Costa, hopes to accomplish during his Season 10 run, why he doesn't like the "moonwalker" label and what you can expect from his upcoming 30 Rock appeareance.