Shannon Elizabeth and Derek Hough - Dating, Gossip, News, Photos
Derek Hough is currently dating professional dancer Hayley Erbert. none other than his co-star in Dancing with the Stars Shannon Elizabeth. - August Derek Hough and Shannon Elizabeth became an item after they competed together in the sixth season of 'Dancing with the Stars. “American Pie” beauty Shannon Elizabeth began dating “Dancing with the Stars” hunk Derek Hough after the two were paired up for the reality.
Shannon Elizabeth Shortly after ending his relationship with India, Derek started to appear in public with none other than his co-star in Dancing with the Stars Shannon Elizabeth. After landing a few other roles, she appeared in Dancing with the Stars next to Derek Hough and supposedly started dating when they were still on the show.
Shannon denied this at first but accepted it some years later. The pop star was born in Newcastle, England in and showed interest in the entertainment business from an early age.
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She joined the Royal Ballet when she was 9 years old and after that she auditioned for Popstars: Derek and Cheryl had a very private relationship in Derek admitted later on that he had never heard any of her songs before meeting her but the ex-couple ended their relationship in good terms. Ideal Types According to some media, Derek likes brunettes with tanned skin. Bough surely likes a women that knows how to move. The dancer has also been linked to singers, actresses and many more. Opinions on Marriage The professional dancer has declared that he has been playing with the idea of marriage.
The dancer also likes going to the beach with his beloved ones and he seems to be of the romantic type of guy. They have been rooting for him since he started to appear on dancing shows and have been closely following his love life.
Despite the prosthetic, Elizabeth still had very little hip action during the dance steps other than the intentional shaking going on in front of the judges. While Inaba and Goodman sort of tiptoed around the issue, commenting on how she still needs to work on her gangliness, Tonioli let Elizabeth know she was still lacking in the hip department. Inaba did also comment that she appreciated that Elizabeth was channeling her emotion and frustration into the dance this week rather than venting in the backroom video sessions like she and her partner did last week.
As evidence that Elizabeth and Hough are both regretful about getting upset last week during the video sessions where they whined a bit about the fairness of the judging, both of them kept it under control this week and even apologized for their behavior.
With a score of 24 for the mambo, Elizabeth ended up with a total of 51 out of 60 for the night, putting her still in the back half of the pack, just above Cristian de la Fuente and tied with Mario. Unfortunately for Elizabeth, it wasn't enough this week. While de la Fuente may have had the lowest score after Monday's dance, he also gained the sympathy vote after suffering an injury during his second dance of the evening.
After a long delay in the elimination episode Tuesday night, he finally got his chance to tell the audience what had happened to his arm, and that despite the injury, he planned to stay in the competition if the viewers voted for him to do so. The Chilean got his wish, as he was declared safe, and Elizabeth and Marissa Jaret Winoker ended up as the bottom two for the evening.
Winoker had the better scores this week and has consistently kept a good attitude about the judging and the competition in general despite harsh criticism early on.
There really wasn't much question that it would be Winoker staying and Elizabeth taking her final spin on the dance floor. Here's how Winoker and the rest of the competitors fared on Monday's performance night. Cristian de la Fuente The heartbreaking scores of the night were for de la Fuente.
His first dance was the Viennese waltz, which highlighted the chemistry that's developed between him and his partner Cheryl Burke as well as how far de la Fuente has come, evolving from stiff to polished on the dance floor. Tonioli even called him South America's Clark Gable, and all the judges agreed his dance was a pleasure to watch, though perhaps a bit lacking in content.
The result was a score of 24 from the judges. The Latin round was the Chilean's chance to shine on Monday night. His samba started out good, but an arm injury toward the end of the dance that turned out to be a ruptured tendon threw a wrench into the works.
According to the rules, the judges base their scores on what they saw of the dance up until the injury occurred, but Inaba pointed out it's hard to pinpoint when that actually happened in the dance.
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All the judges appreciated that de la Fuente finished the dance and was there for his partner despite the injury.
Smirnoff has been dating Mario Lopez since the season they danced together on Dancing with the Stars and it doesn't look like she's planning to upgrade to a new Mario, as the two were all business on the dance floor this week. Up first, the two took on the fox-trot in the ballroom round.
The judges weren't exactly enthusiastic about the performance. They all commented on his youthful vibrancy and how he's fun to watch, but they also noted that he's a little too loose in the ballroom dances.
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His score for round one: The looseness that he's faulted for in the ballroom round, however, is Mario's strength in the Latin round. Given the mambo this week, he and Smirnoff dazzled the audience and the judges. Tonioli called the performance "slick, fast, furious and dangerous," and Goodman followed up with his own "wild, wacky and wonderful.
She started out the season with harsh criticism and looking a bit awkward despite her Broadway musical experience, but has turned her performance around to become a true contender. In the ballroom round she took on the tango this week, getting good reviews from all three judges. Goodman went so far as to call it her best dance yet. Tonioli said all the elements of the dance were there - the footwork and the performance - and even the slight air of disdain she affected worked for the performance.
With nines across the board, she received a 27 for the dance. In the Latin round, Winoker was given the rumba and some mixed reviews for it.
Tonioli said it was very warm and sweet but seemed to be missing some zest.
Goodman pointed out that Winoker was lacking in hip action - an affliction Elizabeth is familiar with. Inaba, however, said it was beautiful and that Winoker had fluid arm movements and held her lines very well. Her scores were a bit mixed as well, with a 25 for the dance. The best comments came from Winoker's partner Tony Dovolani. He said, "I'm so proud of her. We went from sixes to nines. Who's ever done that on this show?