Also according Wiki, Corky Ballas will be 50 this year. If he is insisting on comedic routines for Florence, I hope she has the power to nix it.
ETA: Oh, Jennifer Grey is married to the actor Clark Gregg, a familiar face.
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In other news, seeing I'm here, The Situation promises no "drama" with either Bristol or his partner, Karina:
http://www.etonline.com/tv/101199_Th...omance_Rumors/The tanned reality star tells ET fuhgeddaboutit! Those rumors simply come with the territory, he says, explaining that he rarely sees Bristol, so there's nothing going on between them, and Karina already has a man in her life -- a situation he definitely respects.
Thank you, Mike.
I've never watched an entire episode of Jersey Shore. Have only seen bits and pieces of it, and what I've seen looked pretty trashy, so I didn't bother with it (even though I love reality TV).
So I'm wondering if I'm the only one here who's cutting The Situation some slack...that maybe what he does on that show is like performance art and on a classier show like DWTS, maybe he'll be a decent guy? He was respectful towards the judges when they critiqued him and his partner seems to like him.
Colour me displeased when a jumping bean comes out of nowhere and grabs the Olympic Gold Medal.
I don't watch TJS either. I've seen 10 minutes of footage of the show once on the mtv site and that was it. I've seen The Sit and Snookie on various talk shows, and I honestly haven't seen anything from them that would make me dislike them. Now if I watch TJS religiously then I might have some strong opinions about the cast, but viewers need to realize that everything is pimped up for the purpose of TV; No one would watch if everyone on the show is a well-behaved bore, lol. TJS is a "reality" TV show, but it's not reality.
The Sit will have to dance better this week though considering that he'll have the entire week to rehearse.