Last night’s Real Housewives of Atlanta highlighted Sheree’s ballroom dancing debut. (Shocking, considering that she’s such a classy lady). It wasn’t exactly a Gene Kelly-caliber, or even a Brandy-level, performance, but who cares! Sheree was feeling the moves, feeling that giant hibiscus in her hair, and “felt damn good out there.” After the ladies
suffered sat through performances of “Tardy for the Party,” the least Kim could do was keep a straight face during Sheree’s rhumba, right? (Of course not.) Go on Sheree, dance like no one is watching. READ FULL STORY
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I’m guessing her boobs are great, but I think the backup gymnasts flanking futuristic Barbell-ella Isabeli Fontana were the real MVPs of the night. (Should we run a “Guess how many ounces it really weighed?” contest for that styrofoam-filled silver thing? Winner gets to go with me to Disney on Ice: Toy Story….in their dreams!)
Also dominating the runway: more fully realized Sexy Rainbow Brite Halloween costumes than the creepier ones typically found in plastic bags and a Katy Perry party dress featuring a large black triangle over the crotch. (Of course.) Hit up the always hilarious Tom and Lorenzo for a look-by-look evaluation of whether this was the gayest Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show ever.
No time like a Thursday afternoon for a PopWatch Dance Party, right? After the jump, “Calling All Boys” by The Flirts. GET UP. READ FULL STORY
From lady killer to media killer: Cee-Lo Green appeared on The Colbert Report last night to tout his new album, The Lady Killer, and host Stephen Colbert found a way to make the musician’s infectious “F–k You” even more catchy for his Nation. Since the Report is “a family show” — why wouldn’t it be, what with its focus on
incredibly petrifying cuddly bears? — Colbert recommended a replacement phrase for the song’s title: Fox News. (Sorry, little guy, Beef Stew was ultimately rejected for this more “positive” phrase.) Though Green did eventually sing the real lyrics to his hit later in the show, he appeased the host for one verse, singing: “Saw you driving ’round town with the girl I love on Fox News / Didn’t see one politician that wasn’t corrupt on the Fox News, and I get the blues / The poor get poorer, the rich get richer / Ain’t that some s— / I’m having pains in my chest because I’m so stressed over Fox News.” (See the video embedded after the jump.) Alright, Fox News interviewee/sometimes singer John Ashcroft — it’s high time for a song battle, no? READ FULL STORY
MySpace and Ben Silverman are teaming up to build a time machine to travel back five years to when they were the new hotness, before Facebook took off and the Knight Rider reboot did not. I mean, a dance contest. They’re teaming up to create a dance contest.
Jerk All-Stars will be an original web series in which 10 dance crews will compete, a la America’s Best Dance Crew, according to THR. But Jerk All-Stars will focus exclusively on jerkin’, which is a dance style marked by loose knees and a bouncy style, like so (warning, sensitive viewers: in addition to some rad dance moves, this video contains some salty language): READ FULL STORY
If the first Burlesque trailer left you on the fence, you’ll definitely want to watch the international trailer below. It’s a better cut with a more relaxed-looking Christina Aguilera, more dancing, more romance (with proof that Cam Gigandet will run the full gamut: shirtless, shirts without sleeves, shirts with sleeves), more Stanley Tucci (imagine if he’d been in Showgirls), more Kristen Bell (with Julianne Hough), and more Cher. (Not only do we get a tease of her onstage, but we also get to watch her deliver the line “If you fall off the stage, leg extended, boobs up.”) Now, I’m officially in. And still curious about when we’ll see a great Alan Cumming moment in a preview. You? READ FULL STORY
Travis Payne, the choreographer and associate director to Kenny Ortega on This Is It, and Kimberly Wyatt, an original member of the Pussycat Dolls who served as a judge on the British series upon which Live to Dance is based. It will be hosted by Andrew Günsberg (also known as Andrew G), apparently the Aussie Ryan Seacrest (he’s hosted Australian Idol, as well as the nationally syndicated radio countdown Take 40 Australia and Network Ten’s live New Year’s Eve broadcast). Okay, actually, that’s all the release says. It’s safe to assume the contestants dance, the panel critique them, and somehow, someone is eliminated. How are you feeling about the return of Paula now? Is there room in your heart for So You Think You Can Dance and Live to Dance? If the latter wanted to end comparisons to the former, perhaps they shouldn’t have gone with a foreign host. But Andrew G appears as hot and personable as Cat Deeley (watch a clip below of him talking to Pink about the dark songwriting of their youths and her desire for a butt lift), so he could be worth it… READ FULL STORYThe first open casting call for Paula Abdul’s CBS reality-competition series Live to Dance takes place in New York City today (the second happens in L.A. on Oct. 28), and the network has released more information on the show, which will premiere in January. “Executive producer, lead expert and mentor” Abdul will be joined on the panel by
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