Kylie Jenner shared videos on Snapchat of herself speaking Spanish and dancing salsa… or bachata… Well, dancing to Spanish-language music. The model and fashion designer was accompanied by her makeup artist, Ariel Tejada, who clearly knows how to dance. It should be said that Jenner does get credit for trying to spice up her dancing skills. She showed that she can move and shake like anybody else but that didn’t keep people from having very strong opinions about it.
She was immediately dragged on Twitter for her Snapchat videos.
Kylie Jenner dancing salsa in her snaps and speaking Spanish is hilarious. Nice try but you'll never be Latina baby girl
The competition is getting stiff on “Dancing With The Stars.” The season 28 cast has dwindled to a small group as they make their way to the semi-finals. We’ve already seen plenty of them get cut from the show, including Kate Flannery from “The Office,” Queer Eye’s Karamo Brown, model and famous daughter Sailor Brinkley-Cook, former NBA player Lamar Odom, and Supremes singer Mary Wilson. This week’s episode saw another cut (and some people were thrilled about it) during their “Boy Band & Girl Group Night” theme. The couples had to perform dance routines to songs made famous by girl groups and boy bands and controversial cast member Sean Spicer finally got the boot.
This week, former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was finally eliminated.
Critics of Spicer swore he’d never make it past the first episode. After all, who would vote for a man that lied continuously during their time in the White House? A lot of people, actually. Spicer made it all the way to week 9. Even President Donald Trump thought he had a sure shot of winning again this week. The president first tweeted, “Vote for Sean Spicer on Dancing with the Stars. He is a great and very loyal guy who is working very hard. He is in the quarterfinals — all the way with Sean! #MAGA #KAG.” But when Spicer got the ax, Trump deleted that tweet and revised it to: “A great try by @seanspicer. We are all proud of you!” Spicer responded to him by tweeting, “Thank you @POTUS @realDonaldTrump I can’t begin to express how much your continued support has meant, especially during my time on @DancingABC.”
Ally Brooke scored perfect tens all night. Now she’s going to the semi-finals.
Since the theme last night was girl groups and boy bands, you would think the former Fifth Harmony member would have danced to one of her own songs. Then again, that would probably be considered cheating or something. She and dance partner Sasha Farber danced to Spice Girls’ “Wannabe” and New Kids on the Block “Step by Step,” which she danced to phenomenally. The judges thought so too. They gave her perfect 10s all night. “Making our way to the semi freaking finals…Step by Step! Two dances & two perfect scores? I will never forget tonight’s show!
This is not the first time Ally and her partner have scored perfect scores. They brilliantly scored the same last week.
People think their natural talent and skills is going to take them all the way to the end. However, just because the judges give perfect scores doesn’t mean the people will vote for you. Brooke learned that lesson last week. She tweeted, “So many mixed emotions tonight. I’m elated yet disappointed because I landed in the bottom two even after receiving the first perfect score of the season. All I know is this. I’ve given this my all and I’m so thankful for my fans voting each and every week.”
Here’s Ally’s second performance of the night, which she rocked.
For anyone thinking that Brooke has a leg up on everyone else because she comes from a dancing background, you should remember these are hard dances to learn. They have a lot of technicalities. Her partner Sasha tweeted, “Samba is the hardest dance to teach out of all the dances, as it requires a very unique technique and a specific knee bounce! Watching this back we worked hours and hours on just that. I’m so proud of you!!! Thank u in believing.”
Just to be fair, here’s Sean’s last performance as a contestant on the show.
Who knew you could dance the Foxtrot to One Direction’s “A Story Of My Life”?
Spicer told People magazine that he was relieved to have been voted out. Oh sure, Sean, change the narrative, he’s kind of a pro at spinning stories.
“There’s been a tremendous amount of support that’s kept me out of the bottom two the last nine weeks and I’ve truly been humbled by how many people have taken time out of their Monday nights to keep me going,” Spicer told said to the magazine. “I will look back on this as an amazing experience.”
Now that he’s gone, the remaining group includes Ally Brooke, the “Bachelorette” star Hannah Brown, actor and comedian Kel Mitchell, country singer Lauren Alaina, and “Dawson’s Creek” star James Van Der Beek.
After two months on the road, J Balvin officially wrapped up his 2019 ArcoirisTour on Saturday, at the Staples Center in LA. The reggaeton titan had a few celebs accompany him on and off the stage. The Black Eyed Peas had their own number on stage with the Colombian singer and Kylie Jenner attended the concert and hung out with Balvin ahead of the show. Here’s everything that went down.
Few people were prepared for what this reggaetonero had in store for his ‘Arcoiris’ tour. And his last show was a true gem.
The Colombian artist is known for his mind-blowing, surreal spectacles, and his 2019 ‘Arcoiris’ tour lived up to the hype. They say there’s a treasure to be found at the end of the arcoiris, and that’s just what J Balvin delivered this Saturday on the last show of his tour; a music-filled, star-studded, surreal gem.
Arcoiris went out with a bang on its last night.
After selling out arenas all across the U.S., J Balvin was able to bring, nearly 21 thousand fans together in LA. The sold out show at Los Angeles’ iconic Staples Center saw people from every background come together to dance to the Colombian’s reggaeton and urbano beats.
The reggaetonero paid tribute to other iconic reggaeton singers and staged an animated duet with Rosalia.
Accompanied by longtime DJ and hypeman David Rivera Mazo and a small band, Balvin started with his hit “Reggaeton” and roared through a set that contained not only many highlights from his career — “Con Altura,” featuring a hilarious video animation of duet partner Rosalia, “Ginza,” “Otra Vez,” “Bonita,” “Ambiente,” “Mojaita,” and more — but also a tribute to reggaeton’s forebears, including a medley of N.O.R.E.’s “Oye Mi Canto,” Wisin y Yandel’s “Rakata” and Daddy Yankee’s “Gasolina,” and later a short bugalu interlude at the end of “I Like It.”
The 2000s band ‘The Black Eyed Peas’ joined Balvin on-stage to sing their latest single ‘RITMO’.
Balvin was joined on stage by everyone’s 00s favorites, The Black Eyed Peas to perform their recent collaboration “Ritmo,” part of the Bad Boys for Life soundtrack. “RITMO” contains a prominent sample of Corona‘s 1995 Eurodance smash “The Rhythm of the Night,” which reached No. 7 on Dance Club Songs and No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 back in the day. “Rhythm” was remade featuring reggaeton beats, and J Balvin’s fun Spanish lyrics.
Ahead of the show, Balvin was joined backstage by makeup mogul and ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ star, Kylie Jenner.
Another one of the special guests to party with J Balvin at the Staples Center, was Kylie Jenner, who attended the concert and hung out with the singer backstage ahead of the show. The two took a photo together, showing Jenner and Balvin throwing the ‘Latino Gang’ sign with their fingers. Jenner, who went to the concert with her star-studded squad, shared several videos on Instagram stories, jamming to Balvin’s live show and singing to Rosalia’s “Con Altura.”
Kylie left Stormi at home while she had some fun with her friends on Saturday.
The queen of Instagram, Kylie Jenner went to J Balvin’s concert accompanied by bff, Sofia Richie, and Will.I.Am. In true King-Kylie fashion, the makeup mogul wore a totally extra, black leather dress, accessorized with pointed toe heels and sheer black tights —and rest assured, she took to Instagram to document her eventful night. The two best friends shared videos of themselves pre-gaming backstage with a bottle of tequila. Later on in the night, Will.I.Am joined in on the fun, presumably after his number on stage.
J Balvin’s ‘Arcoiris’ tour was definitely a show like no other.
Created in partnership with the immersive and often hilarious arts collective FriendsWithYou, the show is like a cross between a live cartoon and an awesome hallucinogenic experience. ‘Arcoiris’ premiered at Coachella in April, and it’s safe to say the show was like no concert production ever staged before.
The show found Balvin surrounded by wildly adorned dancers and giant, comical, blobby characters that ranges from dancing mushrooms to giant ice-pops with faces to figures resembling Michelin men with clouds for heads —the smiling cloud-head is essentially FriendsWithYou’s signature mascot.
There was also a huge toy horse that Balvin and the dancers rode for a couple of songs, and a gigantic cartoon-ish character seated onstage with a starfish on one ear, a hoop earring in the other, a teddy-bear-like creature sitting on its head and another cloud-head in its lap. Arcoiris, the album, and show, were a huge hit with everyone, adults and kids. This little girl loved the cartoon-esque vibe so much, that she even threw a Balvin-themed birthday party.
J Balvin first rose to prominence in 2010 after dropping his debut album ‘Real’. But it wasn’t until 2016 when he burst into the mainstream with ‘Safari’ featuring Pharrell Williams. He found global fame in 2017 when his hit ‘Mi Gente’, alongside Beyonce, became a worldwide sensation.
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