A tie-breaking vote closed a show with an ending that seemed nearly too close to call. Check out for yourself and find out whether or not "Dancing With the Stars" sent Vernon Davis home during tonight's eliminations.
The "Last Week Tonight" voiced his support of "Selling Sunset" star Chrishell Stause as she competes on "Dancing With the Stars".
Only 11 couples are left as the stars and their professional partners take the stage for the sixth episode of the new season.
"Always heartwarming to see people making it in the tough-as-nails dance industry," one user quipped on Twitter.
The "Tiger King" subject was eliminated in Week 3.
It's 80s night in the "Dancing With The Stars" ballroom.
Banks formerly called her stylist's mind "bananas."
One of the pros who was involved claimed that they got "Steve Harvey'd."
Here is a live blog from this week's show in real-time.
Get your BSB posters out of storage, because this Monday night performance is going to be (wait for it) "Larger Than Life."
Boyce died unexpectedly in 2019.
Carole Baskin has become the latest contestant to leave "Dancing With the Stars," a day before a Dr. Oz special about the death of her husband Don Lewis.
The lowest score of the night forced one favorite to leave early.
Read along in real-time as the celebrities embrace the Disney magic.
There are two easy ways to cast your vote.
The former Bachelorette danced on an injured ankle last week.
Here's why the "Tiger King" star may cry while dancing.
"I said the wrong words, but the thing is, I kept, kept going," Banks said in a TikTok.
After a second night of dancing, two couples landed in the bottom two, leaving the decision up to the judges to decide who would go home and who would stay.
McCain tweeted about more than Baskin's bad dance moves.
"Dancing with the Stars" fans took to Twitter after Carrie Ann Inaba became the "lift police" again to dock points from Vernon Davis in his first dance.
"Dancing with the Stars" 2020 has begun, with all 15 contestants taking to the dancefloor for the first time. No-one, however, has left yet, and the first elimination is still to come on the ABC show.
"Dancing with the Stars" 2020 is about to come onto ABC with a brand new host, a new judge and a whole host of famous faces ready to hit the (socially distanced) dancefloor.
"Dancing with the Stars" will be without one of its regular judges as Len Goodman is unable to join the panel. For Season 29, he will be replaced on the ABC show by six-time winner Derek Hough.
The British series, "Strictly Come Dancing" has just made history by featuring its first ever same-sex pairing.
It airs on ABC this month, all you cool cats and kittens, so get your flower crowns ready.
Tyra Banks has been announced as the new host of "Dancing with the Stars"—meaning we soon get to find out who she's rooting for on the ABC show.
Coronavirus may change things, but it hasn't been canceled.
"Dancing with the Stars" will have new hosts when it returns to ABC this year—and it seems that it was not Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews' choice to leave.
"If Barb is interested in something, we'd always sit down with her," said ABC reality chief Rob Mills.