As of this moment, the site is going to be on indefinite hiatus until I decide what to do with the site.
 January 23rd – World Series Of Boxing LA Matadors VS Milano Thunder
 February 8th – Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2012 – QVC’s New York Fashion Week Runway Show
 February 11th – OK! Magazine’s Pre-Grammy Event
 February 24th – OK Magazine’s 2012 Pre-Oscar Party
 February 24th – QVC’s Buzz On The Red Carpet Cocktail Party
 May 23rd – Good Morning America
 June 2nd – Us Weekly Hosts Hot Bodies Issue Party
 June 3rd – Simon G. Jewelry’s Summer Soiree
 June 8th – Wynn Las Vegas Unveils Mizumi
 July 10th – Red Bull Sweet 16 Celebration For Lindsey Vonn
 July 11th – 2012 ESPY Awards
 July 18th – Jockey For A Cause
 September 6th – In Touch Weekly’s 5th Annual 2012 Icons + Idols
 September 7th – Macy’s Passport Presents Glamorama British Invasion The Music Then. The Fashion Now!
 September 7th – Macy’s Passport Presents Glamorama British Invasion The Music Then. The Fashion Now! – After Party
 September 24th – iHeartRadio Music Festival At Wet Republic
 September 25th – iHeartRadio Music Festival – Day 2
 November 15th – The Launch Of The Beauty Book For Brain Cancer
 November 23rd – Good Morning America
 November 30th – 2011 Fighters Only World Mixed Martial Arts Awards
 December 10th – Jenny McCarthy Gets Sweet While Dining At Sugar Factory American Brasserie
 December 10th – Jenny McCarthy Hosts A Night Out At Chateau Nightclub & Garden In Las Vegas
My apologies for the long absence!
 January 11th – 2012 People’s Choice Awards
 January 13th – GBK’s Golden Globes Gift Lounge 2012 – Day 1
 February 2nd – Cheryl Burke Hosts Tao A Go Go At TAO Nightclub
 February 18th – Cheryl Burke Introduces IDEOLOGY at Macy’s Union Square
 March 26th – Dancing With The Stars After Party At Mixology101
 April 2nd – Dancing With The Stars After Party At Mixology101
 April 11th – Extra @ The Grove
 April 14th – Dancing With The Stars Live In Las Vegas
 April 21st – 17th Annual Los Angeles Times Festival Of Books – Day 1
 June 20th – 2012 NHL Awards
 June 24th – 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival – Magic Mike Premiere
 July 27th – 2012 TCA Summer Press Tour – Disney ABC Television Group Party
 September 6th – 2012 House of Hype Music Awards
The new season of “Dancing with the Stars” will be airing in September, and fans of the show are excited. There will allegedly be an all-star season, and according to a new report, one of the pro dancers on the show, Cheryl Burke shared her thoughts about the new season.
As People reports, Cheryl Burke said of who she would like to see return to the show for the upcoming season: “I would love to see winners, finalists and controversial characters come back. Every season there are those one or two contestants who really stand out. If we have a mixture of winners, people switching partners, maybe I would be with my original partner, or Karina [Smirnoff] would be with her original partner, but having it mixed and matched, would be really interesting.”
Cheryl Burke has many fans. She has won the competition twice, and is continually said to be a great teacher by those who she is partnered with each season. There is always a huge amount of talent on the show every year, and the next season is certain to be amazing.
What do you think of what Cheryl Burke had to say about the upcoming season of “Dancing with the Stars”? Are you looking forward to seeing who will be taking to the dance floor and who the stars will be partnered with?
Everyone excited for the season premiere tomorrow? I sure am! In case you didn’t know already, Cheryl & William’s 1st dance will be the Cha Cha.
Dancing with the Stars pro Cheryl Burke made it all the way to the finals last month, but she won’t be celebrating with an extra serving of her favorite stuffing over the holidays.
“Now that the show has wrapped, I have to be careful not to indulge,” Burke, 27, told PEOPLE at a NYC event for Macy’s activewear line Ideology. “It’s important for me to keep my cardio up, especially for my body type, or I’ll gain weight so fast.”
The two-time Mirrorball trophy winner, who serves as Ideology’s brand ambassador, acknowledged that there are many obstacles to staying in shape during the holiday season. But she does have one piece of advice.
“It’s all about doing something fun, whether it’s an outdoor activity or yoga,” says Burke. “For me, Jazzercize works amazing. If you don’t have time, just run on a treadmill. It makes you want to eat better.”
“If I go a week without working out, it makes me feel that I might as well keep indulging,” she says. “If you really care about your body, then your mind starts to work better. So it’s important that it all stays balanced.”
Burke adds that she’ll keep busy during the show’s off season with endorsement deals, but that doesn’t mean she’s not thinking ahead to potential partners for next season.
Her dream pick? Says Burke: “I think anyone with lots of charisma, like Antonio Banderas, would be great.”
Cheryl Burke and Derek Hough have five Dancing With the Stars titles between them. Joining the ABC series in seasons 2 and 5, respectively, they’re two of the winningest professional dancers on the roster — and among the more intimidating competitors as the Season 13 cast dwindles.
The series has put them in an usual place, with many viewers now voting for pros over celebrities. And as their fanbases grow, so do their opportunities to do things outside the show.
Hough took off Season 12 to film a movie, Cobu 3D, while Burke spent her recent hiatus a national tour to promote her book, Dancing Lessons.
“I’m so used to having my celebrity by my side,” Burke tells The Hollywood Reporter. “Every season I’ve done interviews with my celeb, and this time they only wanted me. It’s kind of crazy to be able to do that, but it gave me a lot of self confidence. It made me grow up a little bit.”
Hough says he’s grown up in a more literal way, saying that most people on set have remarked he’s been more focused since returning from his one-season break. He also recognizes that this gig might be more his speed.
“It was tough,” he says of filming the movie. “It was 17-hour days. I’m used to a fast-paced, live show. Movies are slow and really drawn out.”
Given his sister Julianne’s success since leaving the show — the former pro’s accomplishments include releasing a country album and starring in the Footloose remake — many suspected Hough was quietly bowing out of the series after winning with Jennifer Grey, his third victory in 7 seasons. But he came back to a warm reception with current partner Ricki Lake, and doesn’t seem to think it will be his last turn in the ballroom.