The pairings have been announced for the next edition of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.” This lineup stretches the definition of celebrity to the breaking point.
The competition is scheduled to start with a two-hour season opener at 8 p.m. March 18.
Here are the 11 pairings and their early odds.
- Singer Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough (2-1).
- Disney Channel star Zendaya Coleman and Valentin Chmerkovskiy (3-1).
- Baltimore Ravens Jacoby Jones and Karina Smirnoff (7-1).
- Comedian D.L. Hughley and Cheryl Burke (10-1).
- American gymnast Alexandra Raisman and Mark Ballas (10-1).
“Yes Ryan, I am well aware of what ‘dominant species‘ means.”
Today, Ralph Lauren unveiled the official Team USA Opening Ceremony Uniforms, which the company describes as embodying “the spirit of American athleticism and sportsmanship.” The 2012 Olympics start in London on July 27.
According to the new release, the uniforms feature “classic silhouettes in a timeless palette of navy and white with pops of red.” Much of the Olympic collection is also on sale to the public.
The women’s look includes a white blouse and fitted navy blazer, a cotton scarf with red, white and navy stripes and a knee-length skirt. The men’s look includes a white club-collar sport shirt, a red and navy tie, tailored double-breasted blazer and cuffed trousers.
So how do you rate this look? Is it a fashion win? Will these looks stand out during the opening ceremonies?
My opinion: The look is more dressy than sporty. My favorite piece is the women’s scarf, which is fun and youthful. I’d say they’re nice, but I don’t have a “wow” reaction.
UPDATE: The annual SI swimsuit edition is out and features four hot Olympians, including Lindsey Vonn.
So far I haven’t seen any critics emerge on the athletes inclusion in the magazine. But there is an interesting update from the blogger who originally criticized the Vonn Olympic cover.
This blog post about the new Sports Illustrated cover featuring skier Lindsey Vonn is getting some attention because it claims the pose objectifies women.