Dancing With The Stars News: 27 June 2015

Dancing With The Stars News: 27 June 2015

According to “Us Weekly”:  Recent Mirrorball Trophy winner Rumer Willis fractured her right foot on Wednesday and is in a walking-cast.  She says it isn’t a really bad injury but that she does have to rest the foot and recover in order to continue on the DWTS Live! Perfect 10 tour.  She thinks she’ll be able to dance again toward the end of the 40-city tour.  Meanwhile, she’s excited to sing for fans whenever she can on the tour, which is scheduled to end on August 11. Read more: http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/rumer-willis-temporary-foot-injury-wont-keep-her-from-dwts-tour-2015266#ixzz3eHDXoCMn

By the way, I was just thinking, too, about Noah Galloway.  At the start of the spring season he was introduced as being “disabled.”  Now that we’ve seen him dance and witnessed his across-the-board can-do attitude, I wouldn’t call him disabled.  Would you?  He’s actually quite able, amazing, and wonderful!  How about if we downgrade and expand that one-word description to “partially physically impaired”?  Got any better ideas?

P.S.  If you want to know more about the life of a ballroom dancer in the 1930s/40s, please check out my book, “Dancing in the Stars: Carroll Webster, International Dance Luminary of Vaudeville and Hollywood,” available from https://www.createspace.com/5311269.  Some readers report back, with comments such as: “It’s a fascinating story!  I learned so much about a dancer’s life on the road and how this man’s life worked into the history of the times and with famous people.  I loved it—it’s great!  Well done!”  Thank you!  Enjoy.

And don’t forget that our dancers are on the road and on the high seas.  See whether they’re coming to a city near you.

 

Vickie L. Weaver

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