From Amy Cooper calling police in Central Park on a black man to a Minneapolis police officer killing a black man who was crying for help, this week has given us even more evidence of explicit racism. But we also need to focus on implicit, casual racism perpetuated by reality TV and its stars.
Dancing with the Stars
No white DWTS contestants have been up for elimination before last night, when two contestants with the two highest scores landed in the bottom two.
A recap of the Dancing with the Stars season 28 premiere, which introduced the show’s new set and live voting, but otherwise felt unchanged.
The DWTS season 28 cast includes several reality TV stars, plus a few actors, singers, and athletes—and one former member of Donald Trump’s administration.
Dancing with the Stars producers have suggested “really fun format changes” for season 28 this fall. Also returning to ABC: Shark Tank.
Dancing with the Stars is skipping a spring season. It’s not Bobby Bones’ fault.
Dancing with the Stars Juniors cast members were announced on the second episode of the new DWTS season.
The celebrities on DWST season 27 include a star of Facts of Life, a Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise contestant, and the actor who played Luna Lovegood in the Harry Potter films.
A regular Dancing with the Stars will be joined by Dancing with the Stars Juniors.
ABC announced the 10 athletes who will be on this spring’s short Dancing with the Stars season.
Instead of a regular season, ABC’s Dancing with the Stars will air a short, four-week season late next spring, and all of its contestants will be athletes.
Julianne Hough won’t judge season 25 of Dancing with the Stars, which will return to its core judging panel.
Dancing with the Stars is turning 25 this fall, and announced its cast this morning on its publicity partner Good Morning America.
Does Glee actor Heather Morris have an unfair advantage on Dancing with the Stars? Should the show cast more Bachelorettes? Shrug, say the producers.
ABC announced the cast of Dancing with the Stars 24 on Good Morning America, and the stars include Mr. T, Charo, and Bachelor Nick Viall.