Meryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy‘s tango to Calvin Harris‘s “Feel So Close” wasn’t the only thing sizzling on Dancing with the Stars April 21 — their chemistry was also hot, hot, HOT! From their heated argument during rehearsals to their intimate body language post-performing, are the Olympic ice dancer and her hot headed professional more than just partners?
In honor of its season finale April 17, relive the 11 most shocking, baffling, and/or horrifying moments from Scandal‘s third season. Keep reading to see what clips made the cut!
Between discovering her new powers, dealing with a competitive coven, getting sacrificed and then resurrecting, Davina the witch has had quite the dramatic season on The CW’s new supernatural drama The Originals. Actress Danielle Campbell, 19, gave ConnecTV an inside look at life on set, teased what we can expect for the rest of the first season, and dished about working with the hunky and talented Joseph Morgan. Keep reading to see what “Little D” had to say, plus watch clips from the episode “The Big Uneasy!”
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American Idol judges Harry Connick Jr., Jennifer Lopez, and Keith Urban were wackier than ever during the 80s’ themed live performances April 10. From Harry’s trip to the mosh pit to J. Lo’s dramatic lip syncing, we’re convinced there was something special in their Diet Coke cups! Keep reading to watch the six craziest moments from season 13′s ’80s week.
No one thought they could pull it off, but Dancing with the Stars‘ first ever “Switch-Up Week” was a wild success April 7! Despite being a month into season 18, the stars were given new fan-chosen partners for one week — and the results were surprisingly entertaining. The most “scandalous” moment of the night went to Big Time Rush star James Maslow, who nearly made out with his switch-up partner, Cheryl Burke, during their hot and heavy tango to Katy Perry‘s “Dark Horse…”
The young, but talent-filled Kentucky Wildcats are headed to the Final Four and all seems right in the world. After taking down an impressive stack of teams early in the Tournament, which included the undefeated Wichita State and last year’s Champions the Louisville Cardinals, the Wildcats defeated the Michigan Wolverines 75 – 72 on Sunday.
When injury sidelined sophomore Big Man Willie Cauley-Stein, no one was really certain the effect the loss would have on the Wildcats. Enter Marcus Lee. The sophomore, who spent much of the season on the bench racked up 10 points and pulled down 8 rebounds in just 15 minutes. However, the biggest moment of the night and arguably the entire tournament belonged to Aaron Harrison. With 2.6 second left, the cold-blooded Harrison sank a 3 pointer that pushed the Wildcats ahead of the Wolverines, claiming victory for Kentucky.
The Wisconsin Badgers went up against the number one seeded Arizona Wildcats in the Elite Eight and came through victorious. The Badgers played tough throughout the entire game and with an outstanding performance from junior Big Man Frank Kaminsky, the Badgers are headed to the Final Four for the first time since 2000. The Badgers return to the Final Four provides (the seemingly) ‘missing accomplishment’ from Bo Ryan’s successful resume as Head Coach.
The game, which seemed like a basket for basket situation most of the night, wound down with a controversial and lengthy play review and in the end, the Badgers and Wildcats headed to overtime. Kaminsky’s 28 points – 6 of which were in overtime – and 11 rebounds, helped the Badgers outlast the Wildcats, as Wisconsin defeated Arizona 64 – 63.
UConn Basketball has NOT disappeared. For much of the season, the future of the UConn HUskies basketball program was seen as cloudy and doubt surrounded Calhoun successor, Kevin Ollie. It was a good day on Sunday at the Garden, proving things might be sunny in Connecticut after all.
The Huskies are headed to their fifth Final Four in 15 years, thanks in large part to superstar guard, Shabazz Napier. The senior had 25 points, six rebounds and four assists during Sunday’s game against Michigan State. Yet it was the three free throws Napier nailed in the last minute of the game that pushed the Huskies’ lead to five allowing them to eventually walk away triumphant.
The Florida Gators ended Dayton Flyers unlikely run on Saturday, clinching their 30th straight win of the season. After losing in the Elite Eight for three straight years, advancing to the Final Four puts a cap on a magical season.
While the Flyers fought all 40 minutes of the game, they were unable to slow down Scottie Wilbekin. The South Region’s Most Outstanding Player went for 23 points, helping to keep the Flyers at bay. In the end, the Gators pulled out the victory and defeated Dayton 62 – 52.