J.R. Martinez and Karina Smirnoff are DWTS winners of season 13. Last night was an upset for the Kardashian Klan, who thought Rob Kardashian had it in the bag. Ricki Lake looked fantastic….who knew she could move like that…. inspiring to all ladies who are just reaching their peak after the 30′s blur.
Martinez and Smirnoff The Mirror Ball trophy winners danced their hearts away. They had such a sparkle that lit up the room so bright that their tiny imperfections were barely visible and they had great chemistry as well. J.R. has something that is mighty special. It goes beyond being an Iraq veteran. He has that it factor that touches you way down inside.
During a quick interview after his victory dance he said “this win isn’t about me.” Martinez gave all the praises and accolades to his partner Karina. He spoke about her being an amazing dancer and a beautiful woman inside and out. He is a true humble being with a light that shines from the inside out.
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The official line up was released and Chaz will be Dancing With The Stars this season, Chaz Bono was born Chastity Bono daughter of Sony and Cher, and has undergone gender reassignment surgery last year. ABC is taking the backlash and is sticking to their decision to cast Chaz and supporting him all the way.
Is America ready for this? Online groups are in an uproar over ABC’s decision to open and extend their arms to Chaz. OneMillionMoms.com has threaten to boycott the show stating that with Chaz being on the show it will be confusing to children. Do you agree with OneMillionMoms.com?
In today’s society we have kids that are committing suicide, or kids falling into deep depression isolating themselves because of peer views and ridicules, where anyone who sway from the norm is made to feel inferior. Is this a way to begin dialogue with children who will watch the show.
Parents will you let your child watch the show? …. and if so will you be the one to express your views along with allowing your child to be able to freely express theirs too?
If you don’t I guarantee someone else will whether it be your child’s classmates, neighbors, other authority figures, or/and the internet.