Tom Bergeron and Brooke Burke
Who's hitting the parquet again on Dancing with the Stars All-Stars? Six former champs, three runner-ups and your choice!
ABC at TCAs: All the latest news
ABC revealed 12 of the 13 returning celebrities Friday, which includes Season 2 winner Drew Lachey and Season 4 champ Apolo Anton Ohno and Bristol Palin. Fans will select the final ...
Sabrina Bryan and Gilles Marini
For a lot of you, Dancing with the Stars All-Stars will be nothing without Gilles Marini, Sabrina Bryan and Mel B.
Our 5 wishes for Dancing with the Stars All-Stars
Those are just three of the hoofin' alums you want to see ...
Dancing with the Stars
Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd's Dancing with the Stars win is so yesterday, right?
So let's look ahead to next season, which, in case you've been living under a rock, is going to be an all-stars season. Tom Bergeron has already said that it will ...
Karina Smirnoff and Mario Lopez
Extra host Mario Lopez may have let the cat out of the bag last month on Live! With Kelly, but now Dancing With the Stars insiders are quietly buzzing about plans afoot to make next fall's show, Season 15, into Dancing With the Stars: All Stars.
Don't let the scattered boos from the audience fool you: The Dancing With the Stars crowd wasn't all that upset when reality star Kristin Cavallari was told she was headed for the hills. There was nothing close to the outrage displayed during DWTS's most shocking elimination ever, in Season 5, when the super-talented and chock full of personality Disney kid, Sabrina Byran (also partnered by pro Mark Ballas), was sent packing.
No, other than head judge Len Goodman crying foul, this was small wave of protest ...
Sabrina Bryan and Mark Ballas, Dancing with the Stars
No one wanted to keep dancing more than Sabrina Bryan. The Cheetah Girls star, who's been a shot of pure adrenaline on the Dancing with the Stars national tour, flies to India on Friday, Jan. 25, to shoot her third Disney TV-movie.
But as much as she welcomes the reunion with her Cheetah Girls posse, she doesn't want to go. "I'm dying," says Bryan, watching her professional dance partner and real-life leading man, Mark Ballas, rehearse in Indianapolis with another pro. "There have been so many ups and downs of me leaving. I've gone through the sob-fest twice already."
Bryan's last performance on the Dancing tour was on Sunday, Jan. 13, in Kansas City. But she chose not to take the first plane home to prepare for her overseas adven
Sabrina Bryan and Mark Ballas, Dancing with the Stars
She may not have won the Dancing with the Stars disco-ball trophy, but Sabrina Bryan won something equally important: instant name recognition (not to mention a new love). In the most shocking elimination in the show's five-season history, Disney Channel's Cheetah Girl, an early favorite, was sent packing in Week 6, little more than halfway through the competition. "I know there was a lot more I could have pulled out of her if we had stayed in," says her pro partner and now boyfriend, Mark Ballas. "So I'm definitely going to be pulling out all the stops on the tour."
Well, almost all the stops. Ballas is still recovering from a dislocated left shoulder and has to carefully dance around it. Still, this happy twosome can't wait to partner up again and show off
Dancing's Sabrina Bryan's Xmas ListAw, how cute
it's Sabrina and Mark's first Christmas together. And that can only mean one thing lots of presents! The Dancing with the Stars contestant has made a wish list for her new honey. So what does this Cheetah Girl want under the tree this season? Try a mini Yorkie pup. And if all else fails
a Nintendo Wii. Come on, Mark, you can afford both for your boo, no? Watch it now! | More online videosLewis Black Ventures Up Bush's A- -In Comedy Central's Last Laugh '07, Lewis Black and "the squad" ventured to solve the biggest mystery of the year for their opening animation what's up Bush's a--! And you'll never guess what they found there: Let's see, his brain for starters
Cheney's wedding ring ("from operating Bush like a puppet"), a satisfying conclusion to The Sopranos and, saving the best for last, a singing and dancing David Hasselhoff.More online videosAmy Winehouse's New VideoShe may be viewed as one the yea...
Mark Ballas, Dancing with the Stars
Dancing with the Stars pro Mark Ballas, 21, is on the mend after undergoing arthroscopic surgery Wednesday afternoon on his left shoulder. The popular pro, who teamed with Cheetah Girl Sabrina Bryan, dislocated his shoulder doing the cha-cha during the Dancing finale on Nov. 27, tearing a shoulder muscle in the process.
According to his father, ballroom great Corky Ballas, the minimally invasive surgery "went really well," and at some point Mark should be able to join the Dancing national tour that kicks off Dec. 18 in Seattle. That's good news for Ballas, who, before this, has never suffered a serious dance injury. And it's great news for Bryan, who is his real-life girlfriend and was facing two months on the road without him.
Sabrina Bryan and Mark Ballas by Carol Kaelson/ABC
Not all the drama at Tuesday's Dancing with the Stars finale surrounded the crowning of a new winner. Pro hoofer Mark Ballas, who with Cheetah Girl/real-life love Sabrina Bryan wowed the crowd with a cha-cha, double-timed it to the hospital immediately following their performance. "Something funky was happening [with Ballas' shoulder]," says Bryan, who planned to beeline to the hospital after the show. "But hes a true competitor [and] he wanted to have our last performance. He was not going to let anyone know." Sports mogul Mark Cuban heard that Ballas has "a torn muscle in his shoulder, and its really, really painful. It happens to basketball players all the time and it takes a while to heal."Hopefully not too much of a while, or Ballas may have to be scratched from the Dancing with the Stars national tour, which begins mid-December. With reporting by Deborah Starr SeibelLots more DWTS coverage: Dancing Champ Helio No Longer Paired with Fiance Dancin...