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By Sarah Kickler Kelber and Sarah Kickler Kelber,Sun Columnist | November 10, 2006
The opening credits of Wednesday's Dancing With the Stars results show made it seem like the show has been on forever. Who even remembers Tucker Carlson's dancing anyway? But now it's down to the final two couples: Mario Lopez and Karina Smirnoff and Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke. After the first episode, I thought the final two would be Lopez and Joey Lawrence, but over the course of the competition, Smith has proven himself an able and entertaining dancer, too. Only time will tell who will win the ugly trophy and the competition next week.
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By Amy Watts, For The Baltimore Sun | May 6, 2013
Tonight on “Dancing with the Stars,” each couple did two full dances. As the couples were introduced, Jacoby Jones was wearing a cowboy hat. We didn't find out why until his first routine, which turned out to be a Viennese waltz to “It's a Man's World.” And the cowboy hat is missing now. Huh. They replay Jacoby's mom yelling at Len last week. My parents are worried she might be turning voters off. We viewers love a protective mom, but we also don't like people griping or talking back to the judges too much.
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By Jennifer Broadwater | September 20, 2011
To be booted the first week of the show comes with a special badge of shame. And that honor went to Ron Artest tonight. His cha-cha didn't manage to win over either the judges or the viewers. Rounding out the bottom three this week were Rob Kardashian and Nancy Grace. Biggest surprise of the night: That Elisabetta Canalis will dance another week. Even Elisabetta and Val looked a tad shocked. Most attention-grubbing moment of the night: When judge Bruno took his shirt off and climbed atop the judges' table (with a fully clothed Carrie Ann)
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By Jennifer Broadwater | September 20, 2011
To be booted the first week of the show comes with a special badge of shame. And that honor went to Ron Artest tonight. His cha-cha didn't manage to win over either the judges or the viewers. Rounding out the bottom three this week were Rob Kardashian and Nancy Grace. Biggest surprise of the night: That Elisabetta Canalis will dance another week. Even Elisabetta and Val looked a tad shocked. Most attention-grubbing moment of the night: When judge Bruno took his shirt off and climbed atop the judges' table (with a fully clothed Carrie Ann)
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By Amy Watts, For The Baltimore Sun | May 6, 2013
Tonight on “Dancing with the Stars,” each couple did two full dances. As the couples were introduced, Jacoby Jones was wearing a cowboy hat. We didn't find out why until his first routine, which turned out to be a Viennese waltz to “It's a Man's World.” And the cowboy hat is missing now. Huh. They replay Jacoby's mom yelling at Len last week. My parents are worried she might be turning voters off. We viewers love a protective mom, but we also don't like people griping or talking back to the judges too much.
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By Jennifer Broadwater | November 15, 2011
Really?! That silly inflatable rainbow was back on stage for an encore? So, tonight's semi-finals results show opened with a second helping of Rob Kardashian's and Cheryl Burke's Carnival samba. New juicy, self-deprecating morsels about Rob are revealed each week. Tonight, we learned that Rob often has curtain call jitters and the urge to pee right before his cue, leading his partner Cheryl Burke to ask him if he's pregnant. But it's been a good week for Rob. Not only did he earn his first 10 last night, he breezed into the finals tonight.
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By Maria Elena Fernandez and Maria Elena Fernandez,Los Angeles Times | February 22, 2007
ABC announced the cast for the fourth season of Dancing With the Stars yesterday, and if you thought it couldn't get any more interesting than Emmitt Smith and Jerry Springer, you were very, very wrong. The new season returns March 19 with a two-hour show that will pit Laila Ali, the undefeated world champion boxer and daughter of Muhammad Ali, against Heather Mills, the estranged wife of Paul McCartney, who is the first contestant who will compete with an artificial limb - a leg. The two fighters - Mills is an activist for animal rights and elimination of the use of land mines - will also compete against singer Billy Ray Cyrus, NBA all-star Clyde Drexler, actor Vince Pastore of The Sopranos, supermodel Paulina Porizkova, Olympic gold medalist Apolo Anton Ohno, actor and musician Joey Fatone, Miss USA 2004 Shandi Finnessey and TV talk-show host Leeza Gibbons.
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By Jennifer Broadwater | November 21, 2011
Tonight, the three remaining stars battled it out on the dance floor for the coveted "Dancing with the Stars" mirrorball trophy. Ricki Lake, Rob Kardashian and J.R. Martinez each performed two dances: a style they had yet to encounter in the competition and a no-holds-barred freestyle dance. Ricki danced a cha-cha that was well-executed, although I wouldn't call it a show-stopper. I tend to cringe when newbie dancers are faced with the cha-cha -- simply because it requires a ton of attitude and confidence and hips-hips-hips.
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By Jennifer Broadwater | October 31, 2011
Tonight's Halloween show was hard to take seriously, what with all the special effects, overblown makeup and costumes, and ridiculous props. Fun, nonetheless. Cheesiest props: J.R. Martinez and partner Karina Smirnoff for use of caskets, fake lightning and even a proton gun in a tango set to music from "Ghostbusters. " And then there was Karina's costume -- an inexplicable mix of feathery white fringe from head to heels covering her backside, but just bits of flesh-toned leotard up front.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | November 27, 1999
Paul E. Burke Jr., a Baltimore estates, trusts and tax lawyer and an avid outdoorsman, died Sunday at home of complications from surgery. He was 66.A resident of Catonsville, Mr. Burke was raised in East Baltimore and graduated from Calvert Hall College in 1951 and Loyola College in 1955. As a senior at Loyola, he was captain of the college wrestling team and won the Mason-Dixon Conference 137-pound class championship.In 1959, Mr. Burke graduated from the University of Maryland Law School, where he was a member of the Order of the Coif, a national scholastic honor society.
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By Sarah Kickler Kelber and Sarah Kickler Kelber,Sun Columnist | November 10, 2006
The opening credits of Wednesday's Dancing With the Stars results show made it seem like the show has been on forever. Who even remembers Tucker Carlson's dancing anyway? But now it's down to the final two couples: Mario Lopez and Karina Smirnoff and Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke. After the first episode, I thought the final two would be Lopez and Joey Lawrence, but over the course of the competition, Smith has proven himself an able and entertaining dancer, too. Only time will tell who will win the ugly trophy and the competition next week.
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By Amy Watts | May 22, 2012
We're at the finale already (didn't this season seem short?). I'll say it right here at the top of the episode - unless William falls repeatedly on his keister, requiring the judges to give him 5's across the board, there's no way he's not winning this thing. That being said, I'd be OK with any of the three finalists winning, even though I'm personally Team Driver. Tonight's show will have each couple dancing two dances:  1. Judge's pick, which are new routines danced to new music, but in a style the couple has previously danced and in which the judges would like to see them improve.  2. Freestyle Tomorrow night, the couples will be doing some sort of third scored dance, details about which we'll learn later.
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