'Dancing With the Stars' played host to a stage of screen sirens and even a pilot when the celebrity competitors performed on last night's show.
Dancing With the Stars held a Hollywood Night on yesterday's (30 Sept.) show. The celebrity competitors chose Charleston's, Quicksteps and Cha Chas, whilst their costumes were definitely some of the most imaginative we've seen this season.
Christina Milian at the NCLR ALMA Awards in L.A.
Here's a few highlights before the latest celebrity to be eliminated is revealed:
Who was kicked out after the first week's results?
Dancing With The Stars is back for a seventeenth season and the second episode gave viewers the opportunity the vote off who they thought didn't deserve to return to dance for another week. Last week's dance routines saw a mixture of foxtrot, cha-cha and contemporary as the twelve contestants tried to kick off the competition on a high note.
Keyshawn Probably Shouldn't Have Been On The Show.
The first show saw Amber and Derek placed first, whose high-energy cha-cha performance in front of an audience containing members of the Glee cast was praised by judges for its precision, netting the pair a cool score of 27 - tying the ten-season-old record set by Kristi Yamaguchi of Season 6 for highest score in Week 1.
Season 17 of 'Dancing with the Stars' premièred last night and featured impressive performances from such celebrities as Corbin Bleu, Amber Riley and Jack Osborne. Sadly, Keyshawn Johnson and Bill Nye were less successful.
Dancing with the Stars premiered last night (Monday 16 September) and featured such celebrities as Corbin Bleu, Amber Riley, Elizabeth Berkley, Leah Remini and Jack Osborne. Judged by former professionals and celebrities, the show features inexperienced famous faces paired with professional partners. The judges for season 17 of the dancing competition are Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba.
Amber Riley dazzled the judges with partner Derek Hough.
If you missed the season 17 premiere of Dancing with the Stars, here are a few highlights:
Leah Remini will be competing on 'Dancing With the Stars' alongside 'Jersey Shore' star Snooki. The former 'King of Queens' actress has made headlines since she announced she had left the Church of Scientology.
Leah Remini is set to join Dancing With the Stars. The former King of Queens actress will be appearing on the upcoming season of the celebrity dance competition. The news comes merely weeks after Remini's dealings with the Church of Scientology.
Leah Remini will compete on the upcoming season of Dancing With the Stars.
Remini, it has been confirmed by THR, is going to appear on the 17th season of the show, due to air on September 16th. She will be appearing alongside Jersey Shore star Snooki. Other competitors are rumoured, according to TMZ, to be Glee's Amber Riley; Hip Hop singer Christina Milian; and Saved By the Bell actress Elizabeth Berkley. The remainder of the competitors will be announced - unless unveiled by media outlets- on September 4th on Good Morning America.
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Jayma May is another actor to be leaving 'Glee' before Season 5. It was revealed yesterday (Sunday 30th June) that the actress would be leaving to pursue a role in CBS's new sitcom 'The Millers'. Fans of 'Glee' will be pleased to know Emma Pillsbury (now Schuester) will be returning to the programme for a "few episodes", according to E!
Jayma May who plays obsessive compulsive guidance councillor, Emma Pillbury, on Glee will be leaving the show. Rumours have been spreading about the possibility but sources speaking to E! have confirmed they are true.
Jayma May at the Elle's 19th Annual Women in Hollywood Celebration, L.A.
May will, according to E!'s source, be starring alongside Will Arnett in CBS's drama The Millers. She will be playing the part of Arnett's sister Debbie (a part played in the pilot by Mary Elizabeth Ellis). The Millers follows a family of four Arnett and May as siblings and their parents played by Beau Miller and Margo Martindale. Arnett decides to divorce his wife and his father follows suit. Also starring in the sitcom are Eve Moon and comedian J.B.Smoove.
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Made primarily for fans who couldn't attend the summer 2011 tour, this is mainly a concert movie featuring some 20 songs from the TV show. Each main character gets his or her moment in the spotlight as they stir the arena crowd into a frenzy of adoration. Between numbers, we meet fans who have felt the show's impact: sparky high-school cheerleader Janae, who's only incidentally a dwarf; the soulful Trenton, who was forced out as gay in eighth grade; and the reclusive Josie, who has emerged from her shell as a Gleek.
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