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'Dancing With the Stars' Winner: Donald Driver Wins Season 14, Takes Home The Mirror Ball

Dancing with the Stars Season 14  Winner

After a season full of injuries, record-breaking high scores and William Levy, "Dancing With the Stars" crowned its Season 14 winner: Donald Driver, Green Bay Packers wide receiver. Driver, together with his pro partner Peta Murgatroyd, wowed the audience with their show-stopping freestyle. This is the first win for Murgatroyd, who joined "Dancing With the Stars" as a featured pro last season.


Surprising 'Dancing' elimination ends in tears

The crying started even before the elimination was revealed. When TV personality Sherri Shepherd and Disney star Roshon Fegan learned they had been left standing under the spotlights of shame (it was the first time in the bottom two for both), it was funny lady Sherri who cracked.


Gilbert suffers concussion, whiplash on 'DWTS'

Melissa Gilbert

Melissa Gilbert wound up in the hospital on Monday night after falling during a dance; she's since Twittered that she'll be all right.


Hope scares up a decent dance on 'DWTS'

Strange things happen on Halloween. All of a sudden there’s a spooky vibe in the air. Ghosts and goblins go looking for sweet treats. And somehow, even a “Dancing” dud can deliver a decent dance.


'DWTS' ballroom erupts in boos over ouster

'DWTS' ballroom erupts in boos over ouster

The competition lost more than its most vibrant contestant of the season on Tuesday night, it also lost its most entertaining. TV personality Carson Kressley became the season’s fifth casualty as viewers went back to voting off the lesser dancers after two straight weeks of unexpected cuts. His ouster wasn’t a total shocker. This was the former "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" star's second straight week at the bottom of the leaderboard, and the judges have for weeks complained about his lack of technique despite their love for his performances. As head grump judge Len Goodman had noted previously, it’s the worst dancers this season who are the most entertaining.


First celeb bounced from 'Dancing with the Stars'

First celeb bounced from 'Dancing with the Stars'

"Dancing with the Stars" viewers didn't give Metta World Peace a chance. The basketball star formerly known as Ron Artest was the first celebrity ejected Tuesday from the 13th edition of the ABC dancing competition. The show's judges gave World Peace the lowest score on Monday's premiere: 14 out of a possible 30.


Chaz Bono's 'Dancing' debut? Not bad

The author and activist showed off some fancy footwork in the ballroom and received praise from the judges. But as is often the case on "DWTS," the paddles told a different story.


Oprah Winfrey Warns OWN Talent To Steer Clear Of 'DWTS'

Oprah Winfrey has made it clear that she doesn’t want to see her friends taking part in "Dancing With The Stars" -- even famously telling The Duchess Of York, Sarah Ferguson, "I better not see you on [the show]" But is Oprah trying to sabotage the ratings powerhouse or simply looking after those she loves?


'DWTS' producer: Give Chaz Bono a chance to dance

'DWTS' producer: Give Chaz Bono a chance to dance

"Dancing With the Stars" executive producer Conrad Green says despite controversy over the casting of its first transgender contestant, "Dancing" remains a family show and viewers should check out the new season before passing judgment....


Ron Artest, Chaz Bono, Nancy Grace on new `DWTS'

Ron Artest, Chaz Bono, Nancy Grace on new `DWTS'

The new cast of "Dancing With the Stars" has been revealed. ABC says the 13th season of the hit show will feature a mix of actors, athletes and TV personalities. Set to tango and quickstep with professional dance partners will be basketball star Ron Artest; World Cup soccer player Hope Solo; reality stars Robert Kardashian, Kristin Cavallari and Chaz Bono; TV personalities Nancy Grace, Carson Kressley and Ricki Lake; singer-actress Chynna Phillips; actors David Arquette and J.R. Martinez; and Italian actress Elisabetta Canalis, who may be better known in the United States for being George Clooney's ex-girlfriend.


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