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|Wild-Kat||Who would be your ideal dance partner? (page: 1 2)||22||Apr 3 2012, 10:05 AM EDT by donteka|
Thread started: Sep 16 2010, 12:24 PM EDT Watch
If you got to choose from any of the DWTS pro's, who would be your choice for partner?! Name your pick and tell us why!
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Keyword tags: Alec Mazo Andrea Hale Anna Trebunskaya Ashly DelGrosso Brian Fortuna Charlotte Jorgenson Chelsie Hightower Cheryl Burke Corky Ballas Derek Hough Dmitry Chaplin Edyta Sliwinska Elena Grinenko Fabian Sanchez Inna Brayer Jesse DeSoto Jonathan Roberts Julianne Hough Karina Smirnoff Kym Johnson Lacey Schwimmer Louis van Amstel Maksim Chmerkovskiy Mark Ballas Nick Kosovich pros season 7 Tony Dovolani
|jakefwp||Maks and Karina split up!||5||Feb 28 2010, 2:28 PM EST by greenknees|
Thread started: Sep 9 2009, 11:26 PM EDT Watch
Oh, this will be awkward...
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|angelicaleach||dancers||1||Nov 2 2009, 6:23 PM EST by jakefwp|
Thread started: Nov 2 2009, 12:17 PM EST Watch
my favriot dancer was julianne but now it's Kym.
|greenknees||ABC hurts itself when it disrespects the pro dancers!||0||Oct 1 2009, 4:25 PM EDT by greenknees|
Thread started: Oct 1 2009, 4:25 PM EDT Watch
ABC and BBC have profited immensely from the highly popular Dancing With the Stars in the past, although that interest is waning as the show drifts further and further from it's central attraction. World wide, other countries DWTS shows give evidence of the viewer appeal that dance has in the lives of people everywhere.
However, as the dancing seasons have progressed in the US, ABC has incrementally morphed the original show into less and less emphasis upon the dancing and more time on extraneous diversions:
.. the judges' histrionics and berating of the pro's,
.. special appearances by singers that portray only a few seconds of dancing,
.. snide and humiliating "comedy" routines, and
.. wildly disparate dance troups as far afield from the ballroom style as can be found.
Results Nights have become real yawners with inexplicable filler acts. Further, the producers tinker with all sorts of competitive gimmicks and have added many dance types which their champion professionals have not themselves learned or taught before.
By deduction, we surmise that the the producers do not seek to attract adult audience viewers. The show has become a mockery in the trade, a standing joke.
And yet . . .
The viewer favorites on the show have been the professional dancers and the invited appearances of highly acclaimed ballroom champions from around the world. Each season's "pro dances" are the highlights of the season watched and rewatched thousands of times on you tube. Fan sites all over the web attest to viewer fascination with the professional dancers. These "pro's" have become attractive celebrities in their own rights everywhere but at ABC.
Americans have a keen sense of fairness in their hearts. It would appear to me that the decline in viewership of DWTS correlates perfectly with the decline in opportunities to watch the professionals perform so beautifully on the show.
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|DWTSfanatic||Strictly Come Dancing||1||Aug 23 2009, 8:59 AM EDT by offwithherhead|
Thread started: Aug 21 2009, 5:01 PM EDT Watch
Because Strictly Come Dancing is the original version of Dancing with the Stars, it should be at least be mentioned on his page that he has competed in the last series.
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|First_Marti||Favorite Pro Dancer||0||Aug 19 2009, 1:12 AM EDT by First_Marti|
Thread started: Aug 19 2009, 1:12 AM EDT Watch
I hope we get to see Edyta and Alec dance together - they are so beautiful and creative with each other. I wonder if they even have to practice.
|jakefwp||Favorite pro dancer?||6||Jun 27 2009, 12:08 PM EDT by melissafan777|
Thread started: Feb 8 2009, 11:07 PM EST Watch