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Hince supposedly worked with Lohan on some of the her music last year. No, I really can’t imagine what that might sound like. Nor, in fact, would I like to. Moss, 40, let it be known she felt disrespected by Lohan contacting Hince. And there is apparently is “no love lost” between the women. “(Kate) knew they’d bump into each other eventually as they’re both out on the town so much,” the source said. I get that. Like every time I hear certain male supermodels are flying to the U.S., I’m like, “OMG, am I going to have to run into so-and-so at the nearest supermodel gym and or dance hotspot where us types frequent, and am I going to have to be nice to him and stuff?”.

“The Bachelorette” (8 p.m., ABC): Decision night is finally here, After surviving shocking twists and turns, and a journey filled with laughter, tears, love and controversy, Becca heads to the Maldives with her final two bachelors: Blake and Garrett, She can envision a future with both men, but time is running out, She’ll meet with members of her family to gain clarity on who would make a better husband, and the guys also show up to present their cases to her family, Then, after a dramatic finish to the series, Becca will be in studio with Blake and Garrett to discuss the stunning outcome and the heart red ballet flats with bow, girl shoes, toddler shoes, walker shoes, walker shoes for babies, girls ballet flats, baby shoes wrenching decisions that changed all of their lives forever..

What a night! The pros went over the top with their choreography to show off their celebs in the best light, and the creativity of the numbers were great. When the lowest scores from the judges are 8s and two perfect 30s are given, it’s obvious that this season’s competition is getting tighter and tighter. The couples broke up into groups of four for the “Team Dances,” with their scores added to their individual scores. Team Monster Mash, with Terrell and Cheryl, Nikki and Artem, Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas, and Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold, was the early favorite, due to having two of the leading celebs on the team. But maybe being the underdog pushed Team Phantom of the Ballroom, with Drew and Emma, Vanessa and Maks, Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson, and Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy, to try just a bit harder. In the end, Team Monster Mash got a score of three 8s for 24 from the judges, while Team Phantom of the Ballroom got a standing ovation from the judges and three 10s for a perfect 30.

Judges on this first live show were Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy, and director/choreographer Kenny Ortega as guest judge, My only gripe is that Ortega seemed to spend his allotted time dissecting and praising the choreography, with only a cursory compliment for the dancers, The show opened with the usual group number, and I was pleasantly surprised that the dancers seemed to move as a single unit after such a short time, The two weeks since the Las Vegas callbacks must have brought on a certain amount of togetherness, The piece, choreographed by Christopher Scott, was very “Mad Men” with red ballet flats with bow, girl shoes, toddler shoes, walker shoes, walker shoes for babies, girls ballet flats, baby shoes 10 “workers” responding to the demands of the 10 “bosses.”..

The 1976 “The Milpitas Monster” had an impact far beyond Milpitas. The appearance on “Creature Features” moved the movie into the big time as Bob Wilkins plays The Monster Expert in our cult classic monster movie. The local premiere on May 21, 1976 at the Serra-Twin Theatres was a Hollywood-style opening, complete with celebrities and searchlights, including a film distributor who offered to purchase the movie for $100,000. The 120-minute film was cut down to 70 minutes upon the distributors request as a lawyer prepared the necessary paperwork. The delay voided the sale leaving “The Milpitas Monster” with a $7,000 bill. However, local printer George Loughborough became the production’s hero by purchasing the film for $10,000…and paying the bills.


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