Dancing With The Stars Cast

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27 February 2013 | 7:42 am Stars from country music, reality TV and the National Football League will be headlining on "Dancing With the Stars" this season. http://www.tulsaworld.com/site/articlepath.aspx?articleid=20130227_275_D3_CUTLIN720755

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26 February 2013 | 3:21 pm Dancing With the Stars Season 16 cast to include two of country music's finest stars. http://www.theboot.com/2013/02/26/dancing-with-the-stars-season-16–kellie-pickler-wynonna/

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26 February 2013 | 1:49 pm With the 12th celeb remaining under wraps for now, eleven contestants and their dancing pro partners were revealed Tuesday, Feb. 26. http://www.usmagazine.com/entertainment/news/dancing-with-the-stars-season-16-cast-revealed-lisa-vanderpump-wynonna-judd-jacoby-jones-and-more-2013262

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7 Responses to Dancing With The Stars Cast

  • Dana B says:

    GH: Is Ingo Still On GH? I saw that Ingo Rademacher is going to be on the new Dancing with the Stars. Is he still on General Hospital? I know he came back briefly, but is he a permanent part of the GH cast again?

  • Yasmine says:

    Is This Writing Good? (It’s Only Short)? Once I sat on a bench and watched the sun set in front of the sea by myself so I write this about it:

    I sat there on the bench all alone listening to the calming sound of the waves. The sun was beginning to set, painting the sky in shades of orange to red, only allowing me to see the black silhouette of the birds flying past. The sun waved his goodbyes and dived into the sea leaving the world in his shadow.

    The sky was a stage and the moon was a spotlight. The stars danced onto the stage, casting an enchanting spell on me. The curtains closed and I fell into a deep dream.

    • Curator says:

      You should open your story with action and a hook. Also, rewrite all sentences with “ing” words so stronger (eliminate listening, calming, beginning, painting, allowing, flying, leaving, etc)

      I sat there on the bench all alone listening to the calming sound of the waves. The sun was beginning to set, painting the sky in shades of orange to red, only allowing me to see the black silhouette of the birds flying past. becomes

      I sat on the bench alone with the calm sound of the waves. The sun was almost down and now only the black silhouettes of the birds showed against the shades of orange to red in the sky. (This is still very rough, but at least much stronger without the “ing” words.)

      Now, a little action and a hook

      The birds fluttered into the sky on the sound of a gunshot. I sat on the bench alone with the calm sound of the waves. The sun was almost down. The black silhouettes of the birds fled in terror into the shades of orange to red in the sky. (Still very rough, but now you have some action and a hook)

      Normally this sort of revision is done while working on the second draft, other than trying to keep the ing words out as you write the first draft.

  • Marissa says:

    How Do I Tell My Parents I Want To Do Acting And Modeling? It has been my dream to be FAMOUS since i was a little kid. I have been in school plays before. I have never really modeled but it has always intrested me. I get professional photos taken at least 3 times a year. I love getting photos taken and being on stage or just making people laugh. So if you have any ideas on how to tell your parents you want to have a career acting and modeling and going to auditions PLEASE comment. Also do you know any legit talent agencies to put me out there.

    • Curator says:

      Fame is the worse possible reason for wanting to do acting or modeling. And honestly – you’re just going to be disappointed. If you’re thinking you can just show up at some open audition and be discovered, that’s not how the industry works. Real professionals in the industry don’t want to work with kids who are all about getting the attention for themselves and the like. They want to work with children who take acting/modeling seriously and want to do the best to make a good production. And an agent isn’t going to be interested in representing a child who is only after fame – since most of the auditions they’re going to send them on aren’t going to result in fame. And kids wanting fame are usually looking for short cuts and people to give them great roles and not willing to put in the work and committment necessary to book professional jobs.

      There’s an article “Why Hollywood is Reluctant to Cast Teens and Tweens” (http://www.backstage.com/news/why-hollywood-is-reluctant-to-cast-teens-and-tweens/ )

      “They (teens) all think it is about being the star,” adds Belli. “They don’t realize that they don’t get a job until they have an audition, and they don’t get an audition until they have an agent. And they don’t get an agent until they have knocked down the doors or they have presented themselves in a competent fashion that says I’m a serious actor that wants to work and has something that is marketable at this moment.”

      So start by talking to your parents that you’re interseted in acting and modeling. Then take acting classes (voice and dance lessons can be helpful too). Audition for what you can. If you can’t handle having small parts, if you’re always thinking you’re better than everyone else on stage, then you should wait until you’re more mature to check out a professional acting career.

      Then you can also research the business end of the industry as well. Professional acting is a business. People are in it to make money, not make your dreams come true. And there are a lot of scams and ripoffs out there and to protect yourself you need to understand how things work. And by doing that, you can demonstrate to your parents that you’re more serious about an acting career. So read some articles about the industry. A couple of good websites for you to learn from:

      http://www.backstage.com/topics/kids/
      http://www.bizparentz.org/
      http://youngperformers.sagaftra.org/files/youngperformers/YPH_FNL3.pdf

      Good luck.

  • Alison says:

    How To Become A Experienced Actor? If Josh Hutcherson became a actor at 9 without experience how can I? I’m 14 and want to be a actor at least when I’m 16 how can I do this when I’m alittle shy but when I’m comfortable I’m told I’m a good actress so how van I do this???

    • Curator says:

      First what is required of an actor who is 9 is very different than an actor who is a teenager. (More is expected of a teen.) And children who have professional careers get those through the hard work of their parents.

      Technically you can be an actor by being cast and performing in a production. If you’re talking about something more professional – professional acting is a business. If you’re thinking you can show up at some open audition and be “discovered” you’re going to be disappointed. That’s not how the industry works. You might be interested in the article “Why Hollywood is Reluctant to Cast Teens and Tweens” as they say:

      “They all think it is about being the star,” adds Belli. “They don’t realize that they don’t get a job until they have an audition, and they don’t get an audition until they have an agent. And they don’t get an agent until they have knocked down the doors or they have presented themselves in a competent fashion that says I’m a serious actor that wants to work and has something that is marketable at this moment.”

      See you can’t just hire an agent. Agents are paid a percentage of what their clients make. (Never pay an agent up front). Since they are paid only if their clients are paid, they are picky about who they take on as clients. And they can be picky because there are a lot more people wanting to be actors than there are roles. So agents are looking for clients who have demonstrated their commitment to an acting career through their talent, training and experience.

      But if you’re really interested in acting – then you can “bloom where you are planted” and try what you can where you live. Take acting classes. Voice lessons and dance lessons too if they interest you. Audition for what you can in your area – school plays, community theater, local productions. You can perform with a choir, dance troupe or other performance group. You or your parents could try contacting local film schools/programs and see how they find actors for student films and check out those resources. You can look at the website for your local film commission and see what’s available there. Look into speech/drama clubs and competing in the acting divisions of forensic competitions. Read plays and scripts, all different kinds, keeping an eye out for characters and monologues you love. Read other things too, novels, short stories, poetry. An understanding of language and story telling can help you as an actor. Get together with friends and play improv games, create your own movie or webseries, put on your own productions. Have fun learning and growing as an actor.

      And if you’re serious about trying to have a professional career as a minor, your parents are going to have to research the business end of the industry. They’re going to have to understand the entire casting process, who is involved and what they do (and don’t do). They’ll have to know what professional work is available in your area to see if it’s even worth you getting an agent at this time. They’ll have to understand industry contracts, actor unions, taxes, and legal restrictions on minors working in the industry. Some states require minors to have entertainment work permits and trust accounts established in their name. (If you want to work for a company out of CA or NY you’ll need those). Here are some websites with information for you and your parents:

      http://www.bizparentz.org/
      http://www.backstage.com/topics/kids/
      http://youngperformers.sagaftra.org/files/youngperformers/YPH_FNL3.pdf

      We’re talking a big investment of time, effort and money for you and your parents. If you’re looking for fame, attention, popularity, money or the like – you’ll be disappointed. Frannkly those are dumb reasons for trying to have an acting career. However, if you really do have a passion for acting you can give it a try. But if you do – do it smart.

      Good luck.

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