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Okay, so ChatRoulette is all the rage right now (although, admittedly, I have yet to give it a try,) and we think we found someone that you’ll want to be on the lookout for when you are randomly talking to um, random, individuals. If you come across Merton, the improvising piano player, give him a moment. Hit up the video above to see why. He definitely had us laughing with some of his classic lines.


Dancing with the Stars 7: The Winner

Dancing with the Stars' Final 3

On yesterday’s episode of Dancing with the Stars, the Top Three contenders were given two more chances to hit the floor. In addition to a “Samba Smackdown” (another group performance), the pairs finally got a crack at the highly-anticipated Freestyle numbers.

By night’s end:

  • Last week’s leader, Lance Bass, earned a 26 for his Samba (an improvement from his earlier 24) and a 27 in the Freestyle round.  TOTAL: 53
  • scored a 25 for his Samba (a style he once got a 22 for) and a 28 in the Freestyle portion. TOTAL: 53
  • Brooke Burke achieved perfection for the Freestyle and a near-perfection (28) for her Samba. TOTAL: 58

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Dancing with the Stars 7: Week 10

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After 9 weeks of competition, it all came down to this: ’ Season 7 Finale.

Tonight, the remaining three contenders each had to tackle two dances - a freestyle number and a group samba performance (a.k.a. the Samba Smackdown).

Who ultimately proved they deserved that mirror ball trophy? Was it the competition’s most consistent dancer (Brooke)? The energetic crowd pleaser (Warren)? Or the daring comeback kid (Lance)? Read on!

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Dancing with the Stars 6: Week 10 Finals

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In last week’s semi-finals, the remaining four contenders repeated two styles chosen at random. By Tuesday, Jason had fallen into third place and Marissa was given a warm goodbye.

Tonight on , the three finalists performed another two numbers.  In the crowd favorite freestyle dance, the couples were only limited by their imaginations and abilities. In the first ever face-off number, the couples all had to do a 1-minute cha cha segment within the same song.

Who stepped within reach of that mirror ball trophy…and who simply looked out of step? Read on!

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Dancing With The Stars: Week 10 (The Finals)


In tonight’s finals, the three remaining competitors performed two dances each: a style the judges wanted them to improve and the highly-anticipated freestyle dance.  Read on to see how they fared:

MELANIE BROWN (partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy)
(Dance: Cha-cha-cha/ Song: ‘Car Wash’)
Mel’s Princess Leia-esque outfit is bound to get a few extra votes tonight.  We now know that her baby weight is officially gone.  This was a great style for them to revisit; it gave Melanie a chance to show off her improved skills - and great hip action.

Despite a few ‘funny bits’, Len said the dance was clean, crisp and precise.  Bruno thought the dance had a stunning visual impact.  Carrie Ann said she was hoping for just a ‘hair more’ excitement.  Score: 9/9/10 (28)

MARIE OSMOND (partner Jonathan Roberts)
(Dance: Samba/ Song: ‘Chica Chica Boom Chic’)
Her teased hair and yellow dress looked great - unfortunately, her dance left a lot to be desired.  Once again, she filled the performance with a bunch of distracting theatrics instead of actual dancing.

Bruno said the dance, though entertaining, was not technically Marie’s best.  Carrie Ann thought the performance highlighted Marie’s limited range.  Len said as far as entertainment, Marie is second to none.  Score: 8/8/8 (24)

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