Big time rush on dancing with the stars
- Cody Simpson, Big Time Rush’s James Maslow Headed To ‘Dancing With The Stars’
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- Carlos PenaVega
Cody Simpson, Big Time Rush’s James Maslow Headed To ‘Dancing With The Stars’
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The series premiered with an hour-long pilot episode, " Big Time Audition ", on Nickelodeon, on November 28, Its official debut episode premiered on January 18, , earning 9. The final episode aired on July 25, , after four seasons comprising a total of 74 episodes. Kendall gets mad at Gustavo for turning James down, and sings "the giant turd song" to him. Gustavo is impressed with Kendall's fiery personality and offers to bring him to Los Angeles, but Kendall will not go without the other three. Gustavo agrees to this, but the record label CEO gives him only three days to turn the boys, who are terrible at dancing, singing, and cooperating, into a successful band.
No, they won't dance with each other. Carlos is a former boy bander who performed in the band Big Time Rush from — They now live and work under their combined their last names. The happy couple — who will not be dancing with each other, of course — will be competing against such previously announced stars as Nick Carter, Hayes Grier, Victor Espinoza, and Bindi Irwin. Subscribe now to keep up with the latest in movies, television and music.
Right now this is actually perfect timing. Why did you decide to join the cast this season? It was a cool thing I had never thought about doing, but honestly I thought it would be a ton of fun and it worked out literally to be the first day I got back from tour. So it was an opportunity to go and learn a new skill, have a challenge and launch the next step of my life, of my career. What do your Big Time Rush bandmates think of the gig?
Every week this season, Maslow is blogging for Parade. I was a little nervous beforehand because we were going first, which we found out right before as usual. It was a complicated dance, but we pulled it off. I was just happy I was able to do it in my performance. And that might take a more emotional piece over a high-energy piece, they seem to really enjoy those. All of the performances last night were moving—it was tough to watch a couple of them.
Of course, not everyone is a fan of pop music, so to help DWTS viewers who aren't too familiar with James, we're giving you a quick rundown of need-to-know facts about the year-old singer and actor He's, Like, Really Hot: Shallow, but oh-so-true. Do yourself a favor and bookmark his Instagram , so you have something to look forward to after work today. Or during work, we won't judge. Feel free to swoon at anytime.
The DWTS contestant says taking his admirer to Disneyland was "even cooler" than going with her to prom. Hannah Wackernagle, a year-old Ohio high school senior with Down syndrome, invited her famous crush to her school prom — but because of scheduling conflicts, she received the ultimate surprise treat instead. To me, it was really a blessing to have her and her family come out. An added bonus? We had a dance in the first two days that was decent, but we wanted to step it up, so we threw in that last lift, which I guess has only been done once on the show, by Tony [Dovolani]. If you have opted in for our browser push notifications, and you would like to opt-out, please refer to the following instructions depending on your device and browser.
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Dancing with the Stars James David Maslow is a celebrity on season 18 of Dancing with the Stars. His father is Jewish and his mother is Catholic; he was raised Jewish.