"Dancing with the Stars" Recap: Season 12, Elimination 3
Did you miss last night’s “DWTS” results show? Here are some of our favorite awesome and awkward moments. Awesome:
The orchestral rock concert. Who knew classical music had a wild side?! We’re really going to miss the full orchestra next week.
Jennifer Hudson looking svelte and sassy in a little purple dress. Girl can sing. And Louis and Karina were fierce.
A breath-taking performance by three principal ballet dancers: Jose Manuel Carreño (American Ballet Theatre) and sisters Lorena (San Francisco Ballet) and Lorna (Boston Ballet) Feijoo. We even spied “So You Think You Can Dance” alum Melissa Sandvig in the ensemble!
Spotting “SYTYCD” husband and wife ballroom team Ryan and Ashleigh Di Lello during the second JHud number. Will they be joining the “DWTS” troupe? Oooh, we hope so!
Chelsea and Mark morphing into Harry and Hermione for an encore performance—right after being told they were in jeopardy. Let’s just cut the repeat performances altogether.
Glitter confetti falling from the sky and sticking to Jennifer Hudson’s lip gloss.
More Black Swan hype. Seriously, we almost never want to see Swan Lake again.
Kendra blaming her poor performance on “that time of the month.” You’ve got to love her honesty, but really?
We’re sad to see Sugar Ray and Anna go, but get pumped—next week (in honor of Patriot’s Day) is American week! The couples will be dancing to the best love songs about America. Not sure what that means, but hey, maybe there will be fireworks.
(From left) Darriel Johnakin, Diego Pasillas, and Emma Sutherland (all photos by Erin Baiano)
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In our "Dear Katie" series, Miami City Ballet soloist Kathryn Morgan answers your pressing dance questions. Have something you want to ask Katie? Email email@example.com for a chance to be featured!
When I sit with the soles of my feet together, my knees easily touch the floor, and most exercises to improve turnout are easy for me. But when I'm actually dancing, my turnout is terrible, especially on my standing leg. Why doesn't my flexibility translate to turnout?
The dark, deeply personal video is Yang's coming-out moment. We see Yang being rejected by his family, condemned by a preacher, and attacked by a hostile mob after attempting to express himself as a gay man. Though not a professional dancer (as we found out in "The Try Guys Try Ballet"), Yang is a gifted mover; he choreographed the project himself, and gathered a group of talented performers to bring the story to life.