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‘Dancing With The Stars’
Voici un aperçu en images des talents d'animatrice de LaToya pour la tele realité "Dancing with the stars" ,ainsi qu'un compte-rendu en anglais de ses prestations.
[from Access Hollywood - extracts]
LOS ANGELES, Calif. --
La Toya Jackson has signed on as Access Hollywood’s guest correspondent covering the ninth season of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” starting tonight, Wednesday, September 23, 2009.
“After having such a traumatic summer and respectfully declining an invitation to be a contestant on ABC’s ‘Dancing with the Stars’ due to the circumstances, I am pleased to accept this invitation from Access Hollywood to be their special guest correspondent and I look forward to it,” said Jackson.
During the current season of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars,” Jackson will be on hand to interview the contestants and provide insight for the viewers from her perspective as an experienced performer.
“She is the perfect fit for Access Hollywood and will bring a knowledgeable perspective to the show.”says Access Hollywood Executive Producer Rob Silverstein.
La Toya Jackson is busy continuing Michael Jackson’s lifetime of work with charitable causes and organizations.
Access Hollywood is distributed by NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution. Rob K. Silverstein is the executive producer.
Aaron Carter is heading into tonight’s “Dancing With the Stars” elimination round as the highest scoring male celebrity in the competition. But besides the high marks from the judges, the pop star also has two big fans on his side – Katherine and La Toya Jackson.
“My mother and I, we watch [‘DWTS’] together and she said, ‘Oh my God! Isn’t he great?’” La Toya, Access Hollywood’s “DWTS” correspondent, told Aaron following last night’s show.
“Thank you,” the pop star told La Toya. “It feels good to be back and I have the greatest partner. She’s really strict, she’s really sexy, she just knows what to do.”
“I think Michael Irvin is going to step up a lot and I think he’s really going to start doing a lot better,” Aaron said. “He’s a competitor… Next time he comes out on the dance floor, expect something completely different from him.”
And while others will be bringing their game face in the coming weeks on “Dancing,” provided they survive tonight’s elimination, Aaron is ready to go.
Karina even offered a hint of what’s to come for the couple, who are expected to carry on into Week 2 of competition.
“With [the] quick step we’re going to tap into a little bit of a show business and a character dance ‘cause we’re dancing to a very popular song,” she revealed. “He’s going to be Kermit the Frog and I’ll be Miss Piggy, so next week is going to be very, very fun.”
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La Toya à la une de la presse italienne:
La Toya Jackson: 'A casa di Michael hanno rubato il giorno che è morto'
La Toya, 53 anni, ha affermato che, il giorno della morte del fratello, sconosciuti -che lei ritiene facessero parte dell'entourage del King of Pop- hanno rubato di tutto per un valore di vari milioni di dollari. La cantante, intervistata dalla veterana giornalista televisiva statunitense Barbara Walters, ha riferito d'essere arrivata presso la villa Holmby Hills circa dieci ore dopo la tragica scomparsa di Michael e d'averla trovata "saccheggiata". La Toya, che da anni ha in preparazione il nuovo album "Startin' over", ha detto che vorrebbe "proprio trovare" le persone del "giro" del fratello che si sono indebitamente appropriate di "gioielli, soldi in contanti e ricordi" per milioni di dollari.
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