I don’t know that there is any new information on this site, but it would be a good idea to go and watch the two videos – one has Derek rehearsing his tap dancing and the other is the trailer. There is also a place to put in your city and look for movie show times – so far, I only saw showtimes for Los Angeles. Hopefully, this issue of not being able to find theaters will be resolved in the next day or so. Kinda hard to go see a movie if you can’t figure out where and when it’s playing.
The LA Times has posted their new interview/blog with Amy! Below she talks about her rehearsals with Derek this past week. I love the part in bold text. Read on the see why and lots more at the link.
Judging entirely by the rehearsal footage they air on the show, this seemed to be your most frustrating week. What has been the hardest part of appearing on the show?
The hardest part of appearing on the show has been when I’ve come upon times where my legs wouldn’t allow me to do what I wanted to do, to move the way I wanted to, the way I felt like I should be able to. That’s frustrating, feeling like I could do it, if not for my legs. That’s something I felt more than ever this week, because the nature of the waltz forced me into positions that were very challenging. But those feelings of frustration, which are feelings I have felt many times before in my life, are also the catalyst to getting creative and figuring out a way to do want I want to do, even when it appears that my prosthetics have reached their limits. That’s something that Derek has taken to very well throughout my time on the show, finding creative solutions. After my dance, I was a little emotional because each week we keep challenging ourselves to figure out a way to do more so when I saw that “10,” well, it’s a pretty special feeling to have worked so hard and see someone hold up a scorecard that essentially says, “You did it!”
Wow, all of Derek and Amy’s dances have been phenomenal, but, I don’t think I’ve ever been as touched as I was last night with ANY of his partners. Do you agree? I know Miss Heidi felt the same. So enchanting, emotional, beautiful, and heartfelt. Wow!
So, for media starters and interviews after the show today, how about if we start out with a recap and preview of interviews with ABC7 and George Pennacchio. You can see Amy and Derek at the 1:35 mark. There are also some beautiful Prince Charming and Cinderella photos of Amy and Derek at On The Red Carpet, the Daily Mail, and Just Jared Jr. Also, did you happen to see Nightline last night? If not, Amy was interviewed. You can watch that coverage below as well as she and Derek rehearsing and dancing too. Lastly, JC Rubio interviewed them for Afterbuzz. Note how Derek and Amy have the JIVE next! Ok, more coming up. Stay tuned! ~Vogue and Heidi! xx
I was hoping we’d get something fun for #DanceDay! Thanks to Pop Candies for some rehearsal parking lot fun (good job Mark to hitting back with the house question too!)! Don’t forget to VOTE like crazy for Amy and Derek tonight! You know what to do! Let’s do “our thing”! ~Vogue
Okay, here are all the bits of Derek (and Amy and NeNe) from last weeks DWTS. Enjoy! Get ready to do your voting tomorrow!! Also note that in the recent upgrade, we lost the tweet button on the right side of the post, but there is still one located on the bottom of the post. Hopefully, John will also fix the gallery function so it goes back to the way it was.