Peyton Manning, Charles Woodson top Hall of Fame candidates
More than two decades ago Charles Woodson beat out Peyton Manning for a prestigious college award. On Saturday, Feb. 6, 2021, they likely will share an even more impressive football honor: entry into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey, File)More than two decades ago, Charles Woodson beat out Peyton Manning for a prestigious college award. On Saturday, they likely will share an even more impressive football honor: entry into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. When everybody is seeing it through the same eyes, it is a great way to play a football game.
'DWTS': Rashad Jennings Explains How His Surprise Dance Came Together After Ray Lewis
Rashad Jennings made a surprise appearance in the ballroom Monday night, giving Dancing With the Stars fans even more proof of why he's a mirrorball champion! Jennings seemed to have no trouble filling in for Lewis, completely nailing Burke's Cha Cha choreography to "Twist and Shout." Speaking with ET just moments after the performance, Jennings explained just how quickly the dance came together. Lewis provided even more insight about his injury while chatting with ET on the DWTS press line. Ray Lewis and Cheryl Burke to Withdraw From 'Dancing With the Stars' Monday Night (Exclusive)
'DWTS' Couples React to Ray Lewis Withdrawing From Competition (Exclusive)
First was Christie Brinkley (whose daughter, Sailor Brinkley-Cook, has proudly stepped in since premiere night), and now Ray Lewis is the next star to follow suit. Cheryl agreed, telling ET she thinks we "need to do a season of injuries." "I know if Ray had to leave the show, he must really be hurt," Lamar added. Val agreed, telling ET that it's important for the dancers to "warm-up" before each rehearsal. Ray Lewis Explains His Decision to Withdraw From 'DWTS'Ray Lewis and Cheryl Burke to Withdraw From 'Dancing With the Stars' Monday Night (Exclusive)Ray Lewis Says He's Been 'Flirting' With Doing 'DWTS' for Years (Exclusive)
Ray Lewis Explains His Decision to Withdraw From 'DWTS' as Rashad Jennings Steps In to
Ray Lewis is opening up about his shocking withdrawal from Dancing With the Stars. At the top of the show, host Tom Bergeron announced that "an old injury flared up" for Lewis, which is why he wasn't dancing in the opening number. Former mirrorball champion (and fellow former NFL pro) Rashad Jennings stepped in last minute to dance a Cha Cha to the Beatles' "Twist and Shout" with Burke. The revelation came after Lewis and Burke both shared cryptic posts to their Instagram accounts just days apart. Four days prior, Burke revealed that she and Lewis were "working harder than ever" to get their Cha Cha "in good shape" for Monday's show.
Ray Lewis and Cheryl Burke to Withdraw From 'Dancing With the Stars' Monday Night
Looks like Ray Lewis and Cheryl Burke won't be competing on Dancing With the Stars Monday night. Over the weekend, Lewis shared a lengthy post to Instagram about "finding balance between work, family and rest." Burke also shared a post that raised eyebrows... a photo of herself in her trailer, looking into the distance. "Hair courtesy of @kelseygusto, glam courtesy of @crabichuk, deep thought courtesy of the upcoming live show. The news comes a week after Lewis and Burke found themselves in danger of elimination.
Charlie Sheen Says He Was Almost on Season 28 of 'Dancing With the Stars'
Charlie Sheen says he was so close to showcasing his dance skills (or lack thereof) on live TV! "I was very flattered by ABC and their offer," Sheen tells Us Weekly. "But at the end of the day, I have two left feet and I just can't dance." Dancing With the Stars airs Monday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC. RELATED CONTENT:'DWTS': The Judges' Vote Eliminates 1st Contestant of Season 28'Dancing With the Stars': A Complete Guide to the New Ballroom Rules'DWTS': Mary Wilson and Brandon Armstrong React to Being First Eliminated Couple (Exclusive)
'DWTS': Mary Wilson and Brandon Armstrong React to Being First Eliminated Couple
It was a bittersweet night on Dancing With the Stars, as the dance competition show sent home the first couple of the season. After receiving yet another round of comments from the judges, it was announced that Mary Wilson and her pro partner, Brandon Armstrong, were eliminated. So, he's taught me and I'm very happy to say that he's an excellent teacher, or coach I should say, not teacher." ET also spoke to Ray Lewis and Cheryl Burke, who were the second couple in danger of going home. Read all about the new voting changes here, and watch the video below for more DWTS interviews.