It's storytelling time on Dancing with the Stars! The remaining 10 couples do their best to tell a tale through their routines. Did Chad make a comeback? Did Buzz or Kate make drastic improvements? And who danced blindfolded? Find out below!
Morris Chestnut and Elizabeth Mitchell
V's war has begun and it's time to choose sides. The question is: Who will join the Visitors and who will join the resistance?
V's Elizabeth Mitchell: "It gets better and better"
Though news anchor-turned-Visitor spokesman Chad Dekker (Scott Wolf) has grown close to Anna (Morena Baccarin) — and will continue to, says Wolf — there will be a time when he can't ignore his underlying fear. "We start to see a Chad Dekker who has...
Dancing with the Stars - Erin Andrews
It's no surprise that Erin Andrews feels unnatural on Dancing with the Stars — not because she has never danced, but because she's a self-described tomboy. "I'm sitting here looking at my face and seeing what all this makeup has done to me. It's like, 'Aaahh!'" she tells TVGuide.com. "There are just some things that you're not used to." The ESPN reporter, who will compete despite receiving death threats, is also not used to playing a character, but is determined to show off some acting skills in Monday's waltz. See who's been helping her out, why Dancing has been a "perfect release" after everything she's been through, and if Maksim Chmerkovskiy really does smell amazing.
Lost can't help but toy with fans' emotions. After several long seasons of Sun (Yunjin Kim) and Jin (Daniel Dae Kim) being separated, the two finally reunited, albeit in the sideways universe. Now the question is: Which Kwon is the important Kwon? Could the maker of the Dharma maps be the next candidate? Or is it the mother of Ji Yeon? Or is it Ji Yeon herself?
ABC plans Lost post-finale special on Jimmy Kimmel
Dae Kim addresses these questions in this week's Getting Lost:
Dancing with the Stars - Maksim Chmerkovskiy
Hope you enjoyed the shows this week. What did you think?
It feels great to make it through elimination because now Erin knows everything about the show. We've been through a grueling rehearsal process, the elimination process, the "Oh my God! How come they're not calling us safe?" process, the "I'm about to puke" process, so we've done it all. I'm happy to move on and there's nothing that she doesn't know about now.
I thought our foxtrot was great and she did a great job, given that she was coming off a nervous cha-cha performance. I have to give a lot of credit to Erin because we were the only couple who didn't start our second dance before the show began. All the couples are ...