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Chmerkovskiy told the audience during the show that Braxton was “sick with pneumonia and exhausted.” But Braxton clarified on Wednesday that she was diagnosed with pulmonary embolism. “I went back to the hospital (after the doctors didn’t want me to leave in the first place) only to find out that I don’t have pneumonia but something way more serious and that is having several P.E.’s (blood clots in both sides of my lungs),” Braxton wrote. “As you all know I will be the first to always encourage anyone to push through any obstacle that comes along one’s way. But in this case, my health is my current obstacle.”.

It was a night of live television and incredible circumstances on Week 9 of “Dancing With the Stars.” First of all, host Tom Bergeron announced that after pushing herself to the limit with other watercolor floral baby girl shoes - ballet flats - toddler girl shoes - princess shoes obligations plus rehearsals, Tamar Braxton ended up in the hospital with pneumonia, It was nearing the end of the show when she returned from the hospital to dance in the “Team Up Challenge” and avoid being eliminated, much like Kim Zolciak Biermann had been earlier in the season..

But the real shocker was yet to come. After Alexa PenaVega and Mark Ballas received a perfect score for their contemporary routine about her fight with bulimia, and after the pair performed a jazz number with Bindi Irwin and Derek Hough inspired by “Chicago” that brought the house down, it was time for elimination. Alexa and Mark were “in jeopardy” (what?!) with … Carlos PenaVega and Witney Carson! The husband and wife sobbed in each other’s arms before Tom announced that it was Alexa and Mark going home. “I wanted it to be me,” cried Carlos to his wife, as tears streamed down his face. I was going through a box of tissues myself, just watching.

“I’m shocked,” said co-host Erin Andrews, “Are you?’ she asked Alexa, “I’m so happy we ended on this, If we were going to go out, this is how we wanted to go out.’“Even though it sucks,” said Tom, “what a way to leave! That was an amazing dance!”Mark watercolor floral baby girl shoes - ballet flats - toddler girl shoes - princess shoes added words of praise for his partner: “I’m so proud, you’ve come so far, with so much confidence, And we’re going out with a bang!” What a night, OK, Bindi and Derek take the cake, They performed a knockout, romantic Viennese waltz that had the judges on their feet before melting in their seats, It’s obvious why Derek has won Emmys for choreography, And then to top it all with an incredible Team Up Challenge dance with Alexa and Mark that was absolute perfection from beginning to end, it was amazing, even if one-half of the duo was eliminated!I loved the quickstep routine by Nick Carter and Sharna Burgess, It was fast, sharp and had so much personality, Judge Bruno Tonioli called it “Nathan Detroit from ‘Guys and Dolls’ dancing with Jessica Rabbit!” I think it’s going to be a fight at the end between Bindi and Nick to see who takes home the Mirrorball Trophy.Even though the judges were not thrilled with the Argentine tango of Carlos and Witney, I really liked the originality that Witney put into the routine, Of the three judges, only Bruno saw it for a different, unique way to look at the passion, and possible dysfunction, of a couple doing the dance..

I admire Alek Skarlatos for being a fish out of water and trying something so foreign to him, and he is a hero but not at dancing. Even with all the effort that Lindsay Arnold exerts to help Alek become a real dancer, it doesn’t seem that he is giving it his all. At some point, I would have hoped that he could have really relaxed, let go of his inhibitions and danced with real joy.And if Tamar doesn’t slow down and stop cramming so much into her schedule, and if Val Chmerkovskiy doesn’t stop trying to make viewers feel sorry for her, I’m going to scream. I would think that once you commit to something like DWTS, you try your best to clear your schedule, not add in more. Of course, she was going to get sick.

All performances take place at Sal Cracolice Building, 540 S, Abel St, Performances will be on Friday, Nov, 13 at 7 p.m.; Saturday, Nov, 14 at 2:30 and 7 p.m.; Friday, Nov, 20 at 7 p.m.; and Saturday, Nov, 21 at 2:30 and 7 p.m, School performances will take place Tuesday and Wednesday on Nov, 17 and 18 for $5 per person (advanced reservation required), Tickets are $12 for general admission and advanced sales and $15 at the door on the day of the performance, The box office is located at watercolor floral baby girl shoes - ballet flats - toddler girl shoes - princess shoes 457 E, Calaveras Blvd, and on eventbrite, For more information, visit centerstagepa.org..

Born in San Francisco and raised in Daly City, Rodriguez developed a love for performing arts at an early age. As the family story goes, he often sang himself to sleep in his crib. When he got older, he would don costumes and re-create Michael Jackson dances for his Filipino relatives. During his high school years, he performed in numerous plays throughout the Bay Area. “I didn’t even drink until I was in college,” Rodriguez says. “While other people were out partying, I’d be home watching the Tony Awards and Bob Fosse movies. … I so badly wanted to be part of the club.”.

“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” is the deliriously offbeat tale of Rebecca Bunch (Rachel watercolor floral baby girl shoes - ballet flats - toddler girl shoes - princess shoes Bloom), a successful New York lawyer who, on a whim, moves across the country to reconnect with her former summer camp sweetheart — Josh Chan (Rodriguez), a handsome, but not so driven resident of West Covina, “I love that it’s not a story about a nerdy high school girl trying to win the heart of the football player,” Rodriguez says of the musical dramedy, “This story is current — it doesn’t matter that the guy is Asian, or that he’s this laid-back Southern California surfer dude, She’s in love with me as a person.”..

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