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Ally Brooke will get the first 10 on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ this season, fans predict

Ally Brooke will get the first 10 on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ this season, fans predict
Ally Brooke received the first 9s on “Dancing with the Stars” this season and she may very well be the first to cross the double-digit mark too: 37 percent of our readers believe she’ll nab the first 10.

Brooke, who is tied with the second highest average score this season with James Van Der Beek at 22.2, broke the 9 barrier last week for her contemporary routine, earning three of them across the board for a 27, the top score of the night. That opened the floodgates for three others — Van Der Beek, Hannah Brown and Kel Mitchell — to snag 9s as well. The Fifth Harmony singer has been atop the leaderboard for three straight weeks, but this was the first time she held it solo.

Right on her heels with 33 percent of the vote is Brown, who has the highest average score so far this season at 22.8. The former “Bachelorette” star has twice
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Ranking The Films Of Kevin Smith Post “Jay And Silent Bob Reboot”

Last week, Kevin Smith released Jay and Silent Bob Reboot as a two night special through Fathom Events. The movie is a lot of fun and very much in the wheelhouse of Smith fans. To celebrate that release, as well as the upcoming further unveiling of the film through a Roadshow style release, complete with Smith Q&a’s after, I’m going to be updating my list of the filmmaker’s best work to date. This flick is another quality effort of his, though really just meant for the fans, as well as Smith himself. Still, if you get a chance to check it out, it’s well worth your time… The film is, obviously, a sequel to Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, while being a bit of a rebook/remake as well. In fact, it’s also a satire of how Hollywood reboots all intellectual property these days.
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‘Dancing with the Stars’ Season 28: Get ready for lots of hip action with these Week 6 dances

‘Dancing with the Stars’ Season 28: Get ready for lots of hip action with these Week 6 dances
We called it: There was no elimination on “Dancing with the Stars'” Disney Night. You guys are so predictable. The remaining nine couples will hit the hardwood (again) in Week 6, which is theme-less.

Now that contemporary and jazz have made their season debuts, they will rear their ugly heads again on Monday’s show, so you can probably expect some 9s for those numbers.

Here are all the routines:

Lauren Alaina and Gleb Savchenko: contemporary

Sailor Brinkley-Cook and Val Chmerkovskiy: jazz

Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber: quickstep

Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten: samba

Kate Flannery and Pasha Pashkov: Viennese waltz

Karamo and Jenna Johnson: rumba Update Oct. 21: Karamo revealed in an Instagram Story on the official “Dancing” account on Sunday that he has contemporary.

Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson: quickstep

Sean Spicer and Lindsay Arnold: Viennese waltz

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‘Dancing with the Stars’ odds: James Van Der Beek is still out front for the Mirror Ball Trophy, but Ally Brooke is gaining

‘Dancing with the Stars’ odds: James Van Der Beek is still out front for the Mirror Ball Trophy, but Ally Brooke is gaining
The season 28 premiere of “Dancing with the Stars” was the first and only night so far when actor James Van Der Beek finished on top of the judges’ leaderboard. But despite that, he’s still clinging to the top spot in our odds for who will win the Mirror Ball Trophy. It’s crowded at the top, though, as singer Ally Brooke puts pressure on the top contenders.

Our odds are based on the combined predictions of “DWTS” fans who make their forecasts every week here in our predictions center. As of this writing Van Der Beek gets leading odds of 15/8. This follows “Disney Night,” when Van Der Beek didn’t get the top score but came pretty darn close: he scored two 9s and an 8, giving him a total of 26, which was enough to tie him with Kel Mitchell for second place.

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‘Dancing with the Stars’ poll results: Judges got it Wrong on ‘Disney Night,’ so who really had the best dance?

‘Dancing with the Stars’ poll results: Judges got it Wrong on ‘Disney Night,’ so who really had the best dance?
As much as “Dancing with the Stars” fans like to boo the judges for their mean critiques from time to time, their scores are usually vindicated in our polls, where their highest scoring dance tends to be our readers’ favorite too. Not this time. On “Disney Night” the judges thought Ally Brooke‘s contemporary routine with pro partner Sasha Farber was the best in show, but our readers begged to differ. Scroll down to see our complete poll results at the bottom of this post.

The Bachelorette” star Hannah Brown gave the real best performance of the night, according to a plurality of respondents. She received well over a third of the vote (38%). She and her pro partner Alan Bersten performed a foxtrot to “A Whole New World” from “Aladdin,” but really it was only Len Goodman who found fault with the routine. Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli gave them 9s,
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Cheryl Burke can totally see Sean Spicer making the ‘Dancing with the Stars’ final: ‘I wouldn’t be shocked’

Cheryl Burke can totally see Sean Spicer making the ‘Dancing with the Stars’ final: ‘I wouldn’t be shocked’
James Van Der Beek, Hannah Brown and Ally Brooke are the predicted top three in our “Dancing with the Stars” odds, but Cheryl Burke has a far more bold prediction for the final. And it’s none other than Sean Spicer.

“I wouldn’t be shocked if he made the final,” Burke shared in her “Us Weekly” blog. “Bristol Palin made the final … in a gorilla suit. She wasn’t the best dancer, but people wanted her there. So at the end of the day, you know, I wouldn’t be shocked.”

Oh, yes, Cheryl, we all remember the gorilla suits. **shudders**

Burke thinks the former White House press secretary has improved by his standards or at least has gotten better at remembering steps — “it’s all about memorizing,” she says — thanks to some savvy choreography by his partner Lindsay Arnold. The couple received a 19 for their “Toy Story” quickstep on Disney Night,
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‘Dancing with the Stars’ slugfest: Screwy ‘Disney Night’ scores and why James Van Der Beek is still the man to beat [Watch]

‘Dancing with the Stars’ slugfest: Screwy ‘Disney Night’ scores and why James Van Der Beek is still the man to beat [Watch]
o”It wasn’t very hard to read between the lines,” says Joyce Eng about the “twist” ending on “Dancing with the Stars” during “Disney Night.” No one was eliminated from the competition despite the judges and hosts keeping us in suspense all night. But Eng points out that even the press releases for the show didn’t mention an elimination on “Disney Night,” and the credits were already rolling when Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews were starting to announce the results. However there were other surprises on “Disney Night” that were genuinely surprising. Watch Eng’s video slugfest with Daniel Montgomery and Cordell Martin above.

For instance, some of those scores were unexpected. Ally Brooke finished at the top of the judges’ leaderboard with the first straight 9s of the season for a total of 27 out of 30. The judges were slower to give out 9s than usual this season,
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Ally? Hannah? The Beek? Who will get the first 10 on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ this season?

Ally? Hannah? The Beek? Who will get the first 10 on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ this season?
And on the fifth week, the “Dancing with the Stars” judges busted out those 9 paddles. On Monday’s Disney Night, four couples — Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber, Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson, Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten, and James Van Der Beek and Emma Slater — received at least one 9, the highest single point given out so far. That means a perfect 10 is imminent, but who will get it first?

It might be a few weeks before we see a 10 for anyone. The judges have been more exacting with their scoring this season after last season, in which they were a tad too generous to someone like Joe “Grocery Store Joe” Amabile and arguably just in general. Last season, the first 9s were given out on the second week to four couples, and the first 10s went to Juan Pablo Di Pace and Cheryl Burke — for a perfect score of 30 — on the third week.
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You Don't Want to Wait to See This Dawson's Creek Reunion Photo

Dancing with the Stars is no stranger to having big names in its audience, but on Monday night the TV world was gifted with a Dawson's Creek reunion 18 years in the making. James Van Der Beek has been killing it on the dance competition show -- and currently sits second on the leaderboard -- but his

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American Pie Stars Jason Biggs & Shannon Elizabeth Reunite, Tease Possible Reboot

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American Pie Stars Jason Biggs & Shannon Elizabeth Reunite, Tease Possible Reboot
American Pie stars Jason Biggs and Shannon Elizabeth have reunited 20 years later, and the two both seem open to seeing a reboot of the franchise. In the original installment of the popular movie series, Biggs and Elizabeth had a very memorable scene wherein the former blew his chances for a sexual encounter with the latter.

Two decades later, Jason Biggs and Shannon Elizabeth are both appearing in Kevin Smith's new comedy Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, and Biggs and Elizabeth caught back up on the red carpet at the Tcl Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles for a screening of the movie. Speaking about a possible new movie, Biggs had this say about the idea.

"I am always down. You will never hear from me any reluctance, but I haven't heard anything for a little while. It is the most fun I have ever had working on anything. I love that cast,
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Why Hilaria Baldwin, Carrie Underwood and Other Stars Are Getting Real About Pregnancy Loss

Why Hilaria Baldwin, Carrie Underwood and Other Stars Are Getting Real About Pregnancy Loss
On last week's edition of Dancing With the Stars, James Van Der Beek made a move that even the ever exacting Bruno Tonioli would award a 10. And it had nothing to do with his quickstep. Pregnant for the ninth time in their nine-year marriage, wife Kimberly Van Der Beek agreed to invite ABC cameras into that ever-important first doctor's appointment. Having already endured three miscarriages, the parents to Olivia, 9, Joshua, 7, Annabel, 5, Emilia, 3, Gwendolyn, 16 months knew all too well how precarious the situation could be, which is precisely why they made it extremely pubic. "We chose to have our first ultrasound on camera with our #DWTS crew capturing the result—something I...
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‘Dancing with the Stars” Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten sound off on that 7 from Len: ‘Grumpy ol’ Len’

‘Dancing with the Stars” Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten sound off on that 7 from Len: ‘Grumpy ol’ Len’
Disney Night saw the first 9s of the season, as four pairs received at least one on Monday’s “Dancing with the Stars.” One of those couples was Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten, but the high of their double 9s from Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli was tempered by a head-scratching 7 from Len Goodman.

“Grumpy ol’ Len. Even on Disney Night, huh?” Bersten quipped to “Entertainment Tonight.”

The resident curmudgeon said he enjoyed the couple’s lovely foxtrot to “A Whole New World” from “Aladdin” but wanted more holds. That’s fine if you want to penalize them for that, but an 8 would’ve sufficed. A 7 is kind of ridiculous when you compare the quality of their dance to Karamo and Jenna Johnson‘s serviceable samba, which earned straight 7s. But Bersten said they’re going to take it all in stride.

“It’s all right. We’re gonna
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‘Dancing with the Stars’ deja vu: James Van Der Beek and Riker Lynch both did ‘Pirate’ pasos, but whose was better? [Poll]

‘Dancing with the Stars’ deja vu: James Van Der Beek and Riker Lynch both did ‘Pirate’ pasos, but whose was better? [Poll]
Dancing with the Stars” has been doing “Disney Night” for a while now to appease ABC’s corporate overlords. They’ve been doing it for so long that we’ve now seen two dancers pay tribute to the same movie in the same dance style to the very same piece of music. James Van Der Beek closed the show with a “Pirates of the Caribbean” paso doble. Riker Lynch also did a “Pirates” paso on “Disney Night” in season 20 back in the spring of 2015. So whose was better? Watch Van Der Beek’s performance above and Lynch’s performance below. Then vote in our poll.

Judge Carrie Ann Inaba thought Van Der Beek’s performance was “insane” and told him, “This was your dance, truly.” Len Goodman thought he was “dramatic” and “strong,” though there were moments when it could have been sharper. Bruno Tonioli called it “grand spectacle,” a “powerful performance,
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‘Dancing With The Stars’ October 14, 2019 Eliminated No One (Recap)

Hey, "Dancing With The Stars" fans. Tonight, October 14, 2019, a brand new performances/results show did indeed air. This week was Disney night. That means all the couples danced to corny Disney songs. All the judges: Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba were, of course, on hand. There were no guest judges this week. So, we were back down to just three judges tonight. The performances kicked off with Sailor Brinkley-Cook and Val Chmerkovskiy dancing a Viennese Waltz. Afterwards,Len Goodman told Sailor, "It was light and fluffy like a souffle. I would have liked to have seen more dancing in hold. You'll definitely be back next week." Bruno said, "You are the ideal Disney princess, and you acted it well too. You apply yourself to your dances. Your spins have much improved." Carrie Ann said, "You got in character so well. That was an amazing dance." Carrie Ann gave Sailor an 8 score,
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‘Dancing with the Stars’ recap: Who brought Mouse House magic to ‘Disney Night,’ and who (if anyone) went home? [Updating Live Blog]

‘Dancing with the Stars’ recap: Who brought Mouse House magic to ‘Disney Night,’ and who (if anyone) went home? [Updating Live Blog]
Another season of “Dancing with the Stars” means another celebration of cross-promotional synergy. I’m talking about “Disney Night,” of course. ABC is one of the many, many, many media companies owned by the Mouse House, which gave the celebs on “DWTS” plenty of options when it comes to paying tribute to classic entertainment. So whose performances were full of Disney magic, and who (if anyone) magically disappeared at the end of the night? Find out below in our live blog with all the minute-by-minute developments as they happen.

Disney recently acquired 20th Century Fox, which means the company now owns a wide range of entertainment from “Avatar” to “The X-Files” to “The Simpsons” in addition to their previous acquisitions like “Star Wars” and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But this “Disney Night” focused on the animated films and musicals that are most closely identified with the company, including “Aladdin,” “The Lion King,
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‘Dancing with the Stars’: How to vote for your favorite couple on ‘DWTS’ week 5 of season 28

‘Dancing with the Stars’: How to vote for your favorite couple on ‘DWTS’ week 5 of season 28
Dancing with the Stars” has changed the way viewers vote for their favorite couples. While “DWTS” fans used to be able to cast their ballots overnight, they now have less than two hours to do so. The window for voting opens as soon as the show starts at 8 p.m. Et/7 p.m. Ct and it closes during the last set of commercials. This change was made so that each episode can end with one couple being eliminated by Tom Bergeron. If you live in the western half of the USA, the only way to know when to vote is to follow along with our live updating blog.

You can vote for your personal picks in two ways: by text message and online. ABC gives you 10 votes per method, It is up to you to decide if you want to give all of them to one celebrity or divide them
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Jay and Silent Bob Reboot TV Trailer: All Roads Lead Back to Hollywood

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Jay and Silent Bob Reboot TV Trailer: All Roads Lead Back to Hollywood
Kevin Smith is finally releasing Jay and Silent Bob Reboot this week. We now have a new clip and poster from the highly anticipated sequel. Not many people expected Smith to ever deliver on the promise of another Jay and Silent Bob movie, but after suffering a major heart attack in early 2018, the writer/director has been on a mission to get things done, and quickly. Smith was so excited to start working on the project that he even started the editing process on the weekends between shoots, which means everything was done fairly quickly and very efficiently.

The new Jay & Silent Bob spot shows off some previously seen footage, along with Avengers: Endgame star Chris Hemsworth, who stopped by for a cameo. He appears in the new footage right next to Iron Bob, which is Kevin Smith's tribute to Thor's good buddy Tony Stark. We even get to see
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We figured out who has what song on ‘Dancing with the Stars” Disney Night

We figured out who has what song on ‘Dancing with the Stars” Disney Night
It’s Disney Night on “Dancing with the Stars” on Monday, and you don’t have to spend the next few hours wondering which songs will be featured or who will have what.

ABC teased just a couple of the Disney tunes that will be featured on the show, but Oh My Disney has the entire set list for the top nine couples. Without further ado, they are:

“A Whole New World” from “Aladdin” (Zayn and Zhavia version from 2019 film)

“A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes” from “Cinderella

“Under the Sea” from “The Little Mermaid

“A Spoonful of Sugar” from “Mary Poppins

Beauty and the Beast” from “Beauty and the Beast” (John Legend and Ariana Grande version from 2017 film)

“You’ve Got a Friend in Me” from “Toy Story 4

“We’re All in This Together” from “High School Musical

“I Just Can’t Wait to Be King
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Ally Brooke still thinks James Van Der Beek is the one to beat on ‘Dancing with the Stars’: ‘I’m watching you, James!’

Hannah Brown may have dethroned James Van Der Beek (again) from the top spot in our “Dancing with the Stars” predictions, but one of their competitors believes the “Dawson’s Creek” star is still the one to beat.

“It’s so tough because everybody’s killing it and rising [and] I love all of them too, but I would say James is so amazing — and his technicality. He is totally one to watch for sure,” Ally Brooke told “Entertainment Tonight” (watch above). “They’re all amazing, so I don’t want to [pick one].”

Before the season started, Van Der Beek was pegged as the biggest competition by three contestants, Brooke, Brown and Kel Mitchell. And he’s done little to prove them wrong, garnering the highest score the first week and putting in great performances since.

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‘Dancing with the Stars’ Season 28: Disney Night includes contemporary and jazz, but will there be an elimination?

‘Dancing with the Stars’ Season 28: Disney Night includes contemporary and jazz, but will there be an elimination?
It’s here: “Dancing with the Stars'” Shameless Corporate Synergy Night Disney Night.

The remaining nine couples will venture to the Happiest Place on Earth for Week 5 for “inspiration” for their Disney-inflected routines. And after four straight weeks of ballroom and Latin routines, the polarizing contemporary and jazz dances will make their debuts.

Here are the routines for Monday night:

Lauren Alaina and Gleb Savchenko: samba

Sailor Brinkley-Cook and Val Chmerkovskiy: Viennese waltz

Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber: contemporary

Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten: foxtrot

Kate Flannery and Pasha Pashkov: jazz

Karamo and Jenna Johnson: samba

Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson: jazz

Sean Spicer and Lindsay Arnold: quickstep

James Van Der Beek and Emma Slater: paso doble

See ‘Dancing with the Stars’ episode recap: Lamar Odom gets the boot in Week 4

Some of the Disney tunes the couples will
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