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Written by Angela

Let’s get right to business: Part 1 of the Dancing With the Stars finale was everything we wanted and more—dramatic, nail-biting, and spectacularly spectacular. The only thing missing? Maks and Meryl actually kissing. Of course, the evening was emotional, especially for the eliminated couple, James and Peta, who made it so far, but yet not far enough. There was plenty you guys didn’t see behind the scenes (after all, it’s a bustle of activity over these two nights!), including my pre-show run-in with Maks!

Going into tonight, I pretty much expected James or Candace to be going home, as my fellow colleagues and I have predicted Meryl/Maks and Amy/Derek to be the final two standing. To be honest, I wasn’t a huge fan of James and Peta’s freestyle. It was high-energy, but I feel like we’ve seen it before. But it’s clear the two of them loved it. As a result, that made the elimination even harder, especially because they are the superior dance team.

Glamour: I know not to be shocked with this show anymore, but you guys deserved to be standing with Maks/Meryl and Amy/Derek tomorrow night. How genuinely surprised were you to be going home tonight?
James Maslow:
This season has almost been annoying at how shocking it’s been. Especially the last few weeks, everybody is going, ‘what?!’ and that was us tonight. I’m proud that was us because that means people [are] saying, ‘why? They’ve been working their asses off!’ That’s what we’ve done, and after that, we can’t control any of it. Yeah, we’re disappointed. We’re really competitive and wanted to win, and believed we had a shot at winning up until we left. At this point, what can we do?

Glamour: I’ll tell you what, you guys are winners for at least being the first to kiss on the ballroom floor tonight. Maks and Meryl needed to take a cue from you two!
James:
We went all in! [Laughs] You know, I don’t think everybody is as comfortable [with that]. We have a special relationship and we’re both cool with it. We’re single and friends with each other and like each other, so there’s no reason we shouldn’t. Now, if one of us had a significant other, then that would be a different story.

Glamour: Does Meryl have a boyfriend then?
James:
I don’t know. But if she does, she shouldn’t even be getting that close [to Maks]! [Laughs] I mean, if I was her boyfriend, that would be a little close for me! But hey, we’re single so we can do what we want!

Glamour: Well, you will be dancing tomorrow again. What are you going to be dancing to?
James:
We don’t know. [Laughs] It’s going to be the sloppiest dance you’ve ever seen! I’m just being honest right now!

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May 20, 2014
Written by Angela

322 high quality screen captures along with 9 HQ episodic stills of James & Peta doing the Cha Cha & the Rumba for Week 9 of Dancing With The Stars have been added to the gallery. Be sure to head over and check them out!

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Gallery Links:
Dancing With The Stars > Screen Captures > Week 9 – The Cha Cha & Rumba
Dancing With The Stars > Episodic Stills > Week 9 – The Cha Cha & Rumba

May 16, 2014
Written by Angela

May 16, 2014
Written by Angela

Paying tribute to Michael Jackson
I’ve been in jeopardy the past two weeks, so knowing I was safe and knowing I was going to the finals just made doing the dances easier and a lot more enjoyable. I was nervous because at the beginning of the day I could barely walk. I had bad food poisoning the night before and I knew I would tough it out as best I could. When you’re sick, you’re sick. I was nervous about performing, especially the Michael Jackson number because I really wanted to do that song justice.

It was one of the biggest honors in my life to perform a brand-new Michael Jackson song. I think I was more nervous doing the cha cha [than the rumba] because I didn’t want to screw it up. It was a big honor, but it was also a lot of pressure, I think I did well. I know I’m the hardest person on myself, and I know there are a couple things I would have liked to hit harder and stronger, but I think it turned out well and I’m proud of this dance.

It was very nice to get another perfect score. I was ecstatic. I think it just gave me more motivation and confidence to keep going and believe in myself in terms of being a real competitor in these finals.

Saying goodbye to Charlie White
I was surprised that Candace and I were both safe and that these three amazing dancers were standing there in the red light. It was a relief too because I’ve been there and it’s not fun. It shows that this show is a combination of the score and the fan vote. I think there’s something to be said of Candace and myself, that we’re continuing to get better each week. I see that in her and I’d like to think I’m taking the judges’ advice, working harder, and getting more dance experience under my belt each week.

I was bummed and I know Peta was bummed [that Charlie was eliminated]. Sharna was probably Peta’s favorite dancer of the whole bunch. They’re all friends and those two are very close. I think it’s fair to say that Charlie has been the most supportive competitor, not just to me, but to everybody. I know he’s enjoyed the whole experience. We’ve had great conversation and every time before I’m about to perform, he’s always got the same positive energy and smile. He’s the kind of competitor I like to be around.

Making it to the finals!
We’re both really excited. Peta is ecstatic because it’s only the second time she’s been in the finals. The only other time was in her second season with Donald [Driver] and she won it. So it’s a familiar feeling for her, but she’s also that much more nervous. I’ve literally put blood, sweat, and tears into this competition and making it all 10 weeks is rewarding. We’re going to give it everything we’ve got because at this point there’s just no turning back.

Being in these finals is such an honor for me because everyone is so talented. I think Amy has a huge advantage being paired with Derek. He’s very creative with her and making what they do incredibly sharp. Meryl is an incredibly strong dancer and has the technique as an ice skater that’s obviously transitioned well to the dance floor with her and Maks. And Candace has constantly been progressing, and I think America loves seeing that. It’s really hard to say who the biggest competitor is, I guess Meryl, just in terms of dance ability.

You can read the rest of James’ blog over on Parade.com!

May 13, 2014
Written by Angela

49 high quality photos of James and his Dancing With The Stars pro, Peta Murgatroyd at 102.7 KIIS FM’s 2014 Wango Tango have been added into the gallery. I’ll be adding more photos as I find them so be sure to check back!

Gallery Link:
05.10.14 – 102.7 KIIS FM’s 2014 Wango Tango

May 11, 2014
Written by Angela

331 high quality screen captures along with 17 HQ episodic stills of James & Peta doing the Viennese Waltz and the Jive with Amy Purdy and her pro Derek Hough for Week 8 of Dancing With The Stars have been added to the gallery. Be sure to head over and check them out! Thanks to my good friend Melanie Jo at Rebel Wilson Network for the stills.


Gallery Links:
Dancing With The Stars > Screen Captures > Week 8 – The Viennese Waltz
Dancing With The Stars > Episodic Stills > Week 8 – The Viennese Waltz

May 10, 2014
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