Sean Young and Denis Petukhov
Jeers to Skating With the Stars for falling on its proverbial ass.
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Olympic champions have set the bar high on Dancing with the Stars, so much so that Jonny Moseley feels "enormous pressure" to deliver on Skating with the Stars. "I have a lot to live up to," the freestyle skier, who won gold in moguls at the 1998 Winter Olympics, tells TVGuide.com. "The Olympians on Dancing have dominated. Apolo [Ohno] won, [Kristi] Yamaguchi won, [Evan] Lysacek got second, but should've won, I heard! I hope I can do well." But winning the competition isn't his only goal. See what else Moseley, who's partnered with 2007 U.S. pairs champion Brooke Castile, wants to accomplish, which Dancing alum he doesn't want to look like and if he can bring his signature aerial Dinner Roll to the ice.
Skating with the Stars
Here's the cold, hard fact about Skating with the Stars' Rebecca Budig: She skated as a kid, but she assures you that gives her no advantage. Why? "We all have to be able to skate somewhat!" she tells TVGuide.com. "I can't even imagine if [I didn't know how to skate and] had to learn from scratch. It'd be even harder." Learning toe loops and salchows isn't the only difficult aspect of the upcoming ABC show for the actress, who's partnered with pairs specialist Fred Palascak — Budig plans to continue working on All My Children during her run on Skating. Find out how she's juggling acting and skating, who she thinks her biggest competition is, and why she wants to make her sister jealous.
Vince Neil, Johnny Mosley
Forget polished oak floors and mirror ball trophies. Think cold, hard ice and blades of glory. ABC is hoping that their latest reality show — Skating With the Stars (not to be confused with Fox's failed 2006 show Skating With Celebrities), premiering November 22 — will do for the toe loop what...