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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 4.19.16

It was switch up your partner night on Dancing with the Stars last night and the tears were flowing when deaf model Nyle DiMarco & pro Sharna Burgess gave an emotional performance of the Viennese waltz, earning them a contested 37 out of 40.  Last night was the night I’ve been waiting for, Jodie Sweetin finally brought her A game and I think a lot of it had to do with her partner for the night, Val!  Thank goodness!  At several points throughout the night, the cameras panned to Rumer Willis and it may have just been me, but there was something different about her……. Oh, PS, it was a non-elimination night, so we wait until next week to see who goes home.  Antonio Brown is at the bottom of the pack.

Last night was not without controversy as Nyle DiMarco received the season’s perfect 10 and it came from Len Goodman!  The controversy occurred when Bruno Tomioli and guest judge, Maks held up 10s as well, but apparently wrote down 9s on their scorecards; giving DiMarco the 37 instead of 39.

Speaking of DWTS, former pro Cheryl Burke recently opened up about her time on the show and her least favorite celeb partner; Ian Ziering.  Among other things, Burke said “The fact that his name is not EE-AN and it’s EYE-AN makes me want to throw up.”  Burke also said she complained to DWTS execs repeatedly, asking them to eliminate her and Ziering from the competition.

First it was Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds and Eva Mendes & Ryan Gosling and now…Olivia Wilde & Jason Sudeikis are expecting baby number two!

I mentioned yesterday that Joe Manganiello had to back out of a charity event over the weekend because of a health issue, and I have learned today that Joe had a pretty serious case of appendicitis, that required surgery.  Doctors ran into some complications during the appendectomy, but he is now recovering.



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