'DWTS': Costuming Spotlight of the Week

Yesssss. After week 6 of Dancing With the Stars, Fringe is beating Sequins 37-35 in my all-important seasonal tally! Press play below for my first-ever Costuming Spotlight of the Week. Susan Lucci is demonstrating how ferociously she would press play. But you can just click your mouse.

http://link.brightcove.com/services/player/bcpid1885433957

For more hard-hitting analysis, including a a filler segment called ”Three Reasons I Suddenly Love Cloris Leachman, Just In Time For Her Elimination," read today’s DWTS TV Watch.

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  • Dennis N.

    FINALLY
    I feel like a fringe-sized hole in my life has finally been filled. These need to be regular!

  • michelle

    Why does anyone want to WATCH a video of someone speaking? Can’t we just read it?

  • Dennis N.

    It’s all about inflections and delivery. Plus, the accompanying clips are priceless. Don’t stifle the creative flow! I’m sure there weren’t any naysayers when the costume designer created such inspired marching band pants. I don’t even want to THINK about what my life was like before I was introduced to those bad boys.

  • TopperK

    Annie! Girl I just love you, love the feather! Husband and I both read your recaps every week. If you did a live commentary of the Monday show I bet we would carry down the upstairs TV to watch them together, ha ha. Will you be interviewing MAKS again??

  • IMissKristi

    I think Susan’s costume has both sequins and fringe, but Annie’s right, the fringe overrides in this case. Go fringe!

  • To Michelle

    Do you prefer all your newcasts written too? All that is is a person speaking!

  • lana

    Read and enjoy the TVWatch if you don’t want to watch a video. (I, on the other hand, enjoy the hipe Annie brings to these clips. Love the reference to warmup pants with the stripe on the side. Memories…)

  • CLR Williams

    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin (Ontario, CA)
    Opinions Section, B2
    November 9, 2008
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    The Meaning of Obama’s Victory
    When Michelle Obama stated during the presidential campaign that, “For the first time in my adult lifetime I’m really proud of my country” most open-minded people knew what she meant—especially now. I have never been prouder of America. Barack Obama’s monumental presidential victory has inspired hope that America can live up to the egalitarian principles embedded in its constitution. This moment ranks with the Emancipation Proclamation, the ratification of the 13th Amendment, which ended slavery, and the Brown decision as one of the most significant events in the history of U.S. race relations.
    The exuberance of this moment parallels the 13th Amendment in many ways. There was euphoria among the slaves that were freed in 1865.
    Continue see: http://www.dailybulletin.com/opinions/ci_10936419

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