DANCING WITH THE STARS, POST-SEASON 24: July 13, 2017

DANCING WITH THE STARS, POST-SEASON 24: July 13, 2017

It’s official! Julianne Hough married Brooks Laich and Peta married Maksim Chmerkovskiy, both this past Saturday, July 8.

Peta and Maks had advertised for many months that they would have a big and fancy wedding, and they did; they tied the knot at Oheka Castle on Long Island, NY. Can you imagine? An actual castle! “US Weekly” covered it. On the opposite end of the spectrum, Julianne and Brooks exchanged vows very simply in a field adjacent to Coeur D’Alene Lake in Idaho. “People” Magazine was there for this one. Both sound lovely, and you might find photos and narrative on them at those Web sites. Word #1 is that the brides’ dresses, arrangements, locations, etc. suited their personalities perfectly. Word #2 is that because Peta and Julianne run in different circles, there was very little difficulty about which well-wishers would go where. Of course, Val and Jenna attended Peta and Maksim’s wedding and showed some PDAs in the process.

Will Carrie Ann be next? We hope to learn her and Robb’s plans soon. Not too long after that, I’d like to hear whether Emma and Sasha have reached some decisions for their own special wedding plans.

Which pro(s) get your vote(s) to win a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Choreography on Dancing With The Stars? The qualifying nomination period seems to be from late spring 2016 to the end of the 2017 spring season. I think that Emma should be in there for sure, and a few others. Julianne and Derek’s special performance this spring also could be a contender. Write in about this and we’ll talk about it.

Season 25 is only 2 months away! In mid-September Dancing With The Stars will return for a fall season, probably opening with the usual glitz and glamour and excitement. Isn’t that what we want? You bet it is!

Do you have any DWTS news to share? Bring it on!

See you back here very soon! Take care.

 

 

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