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It sounds like Dancing with the Stars is about to become Bouncing with the Breasts.

Sources have confirmed to Radar Online that Pamela Anderson will compete on the new season of this ABC competition. It premieres on March 22.

“Pam is thrilled. She really wanted to do the show and the show thought it was a great idea,” said an insider, who refrained from commenting on whether or not ABC would air the series on a 27-second delay, in anticipation of all impending wardrobe malfunctions.

Pam Anderson

[Photo: Splash News]

Earlier this week, Anderson hosted a fashion show that was only attended by 20 people. She also looked like this at the event.

What do you think of her addition to the Dancing with the Stars cast? ABC will announce the celebrities competing on the new season during the March 1 season finale of The Bachelor. If Pamela is chosen, the debate will begin:

Which is more fake, her breasts or Jake Pavelka's love for rumored winner Vienna Girardi?

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Samantha Harris is exiting the ballroom.

The Dancing With the Stars co-host has announced her resignation from the show. She won't return for the its tenth season, which kicks off on March 22.

“[Dancing with the Stars] could not have been more of a dream job,” she said. “I loved every single second of it and I’ve made lifelong friends at the show.”

So, why is she leaving? Harris majored in journalism at Northwestern University (go Wildcats!) and wants to focus on other projects, such as her correspondent duties at The Insider.

“I interned at Entertainment Tonight 15 years ago, the summer after my sophomore year at Northwestern and I dreamed of working in the same space as hosts Mary Hart and Mark Steines and now I’m living that dream,” Harris said.

Who do you think should replace Harris on the show? We hear Paula Abdul is available.

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All of a sudden, crazy is in crazy demand.

Paula Abdul is reportedly fielding a major offer from ABC. It comes with many zeroes attached to it, but one major catch:

TMZ reports the network has told Abdul it will give her a $1 million development deal... as long as she appears on this season of Dancing with the Stars.

For whatever reason, ABC wants Paula so badly it would still allow her to judge The X Factor with Simon Cowell on Fox, as those two met a week ago to discuss pairing up again on that upcoming show.

Paula Photograph

But, again, this deal is contingent on Abdul taking part on the new edition of Dancing with the Stars, which kicks off in March. It's not the first time she's been considered for the competition.

Our reaction to both parts of this rumor? First, does The X Factor really wish to replicate two judges from American Idol? Secondly, how can Abdul possibly be allowed to compete on Dancing with the Stars?!?

She's made her living as a choreographer. That would be akin to asking the THG staff to take part in Celebrity Blogging with the Stars. We wouldn't feel right doing it.

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As an encore to his nut-busting ad, GQ and Vanity Fair spreads and not-totally-nude Playgirl pictorial, Levi Johnston is toying with all potential career options.

One he'd totally be down for? Dancing with the Stars!

Watching the show's season finale with Entertainment Tonight, Levi Johnston says, "I think if my phone were to ring right now, I would probably say yes."

The 19 year-old is a novice, but thinks being a hockey player could help him: "I mean, I'm pretty athletic so I think I could do just about anything."

His amateur dancing experience? He boasts that he can "slow dance like no other man." How do you think he got in the pants of Bristol Palin?

Levi Johnston and Dancing with the Stars are a natural fit.

They don't cast actual stars on that show anyway, so he's already cleared that possible hurdle. And he's clearly, well, uninhibited by the spotlight.

Yet the hunky Alaskan whose nude Playgirl pictures caused a stir this month, says that "being able to loosen up" would be his biggest challenge.

How would they introduce Levi if he were cast? Teen dad? Sarah Palin enemy? Nude Playgirl model? Male prima donna? You have to wonder.

As revealed Tuesday, Donnie Osmond won the ninth season of DWTS.

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Dear America: you're a moron.

Despite the fact that Mya was clearly the better mover and shaker, Donny Osmond was crowned the winner of Dancing with the Stars last night.

Upon hearing the news, Osmond ran into the crowd and hugged his wife. He later said: "I'm so happy. I'm so happy. I'm so happy right now! I'm on cloud nine!"

Seriously, Donny. Chill. You beat the likes of Louie Vito and Tom DeLay to win a trophy reserved for those whose careers passed them by years ago. Relax.

Dancing with the Stars Winner

Mya, meanwhile, couldn't help but express disappointment.

"There's so much. There's disappointment, dedication, passion and commitment... I've learned multiple amount of things. It's an experience that you'll never forget for the rest of your life and that you want to share with others."

Do you think the right contestant won? Or do you now shudder at the thought of Osmond racing around from talk show to talk show this week, talking about his hard-earned, BS victory?

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Not since the Classic period of 250 AD to 900 AD has a Mayan dominated the world stage as much as Mya has controlled season nine of Dancing with the Stars.

It's been the most boring couple months in show history largely due to the random set of contestants chosen by ABC; but also because the winner has been clear from the outset.

Has anyone really threatened Mya's reign atop the leaderboard? Is there any way American can justify voting for Kelly or Donny this week, following Mya's most recent pair of perfect scores?

Check out a full rundown of performances and critiques from last night and then let us know who you think should win.

A Dip

We'll know the season nine champion in a few hours. Who do you think it should be?

 

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The ninth season of Dancing with the Stars is limping toward a finish line.

Months after the largest, most random field of contestants in show history was announced, the competition has been whittled down to three: Mya, Donny Osmond, and Kelly Osbourne.

The trio will perform a series of routines this evening and the winner will be announced tomorrow night. Let's take a look at each celebrity's odds of taking home the title:

Mya: 2-1. Easily the most talented, consistent performer of the season. Attractive, jovial, flexible. They should have canceled the series weeks ago and handed Mya the trophy.

Donny: 5-1. Way too cheesy for our taste. He also takes the competition far too seriously. Someone has to tell Mr. Osmond that DWTS is where celebs go once there's no shot at mainstream stardom any longer.

Kelly: 10-1. She has no business being here. Throughout the season, Joanna Krupa was more impressive and much better looking. Fans likely voted Kelly in because they felt about her dad being mentally unstable.

  • Kelly and Louis Picture
  • Donny on DWTS
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Who do you think should win this season of Dancing with the Stars?

 

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Seriously, America?!?

Was this season of Dancing with the Stars not boring enough already? You had to go out and vote off the most attractive remaining contestant, Joanna Krupa?!?

Is anyone actually excited for a threeway finale that features Mya (the clear favorite) against Donny Osmond (the ultimate panderer) and Kelly Osbourne (the... reality star)?

To Krupa's credit, she handled her elimination last night a lot better than our staff has. She said: "It's been such an amazing experience and I've grown as a person. Thank you to the judges. Thank you for giving me the opportunity. I had a great partner."

Joanna and Derek

Fortunately, we still have Krupa's naked Playboy pictures at which to stare. But we've never been less psyched for a DWTS finals in our time covering this show.

Not even exposed breasts and a bare crotch can offer us comfort. Let's hope the show learns from its mistakes next season, features fewer random stars and more actual entertainment.

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As this season of Dancing with the Stars drags toward the end, Julianne Hough doesn't have good news about the upcoming season:

She won't be appearing on it.

"I'm not [going back] next season," she said in an interview on Ryan Seacrest's radio show today. "But I love that show."

Just days after her break-up with Chuck Wicks, Hough said she's focusing on her movie career, which includes the upcoming Footloose remake with Chace Crawford and the the musical Burlesque opposite Christina Aguilera.

She also found time to attend last night's New Moon premiere and, as you can see below, looked as gorgeous as ever at the event:

Julianne at the Premiere

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Not only has season nine of Dancing with the Stars been a snooze, it's been as predictable as any previous edition of the competition.

Mya has stood out from the pack since day one, a fact that was emphasized on last night's semifinal show.

While judges referred to Donny Osmond's performance as "pretty tragic," Mya and Dmitry Chaplin earned another perfect score and - barring the greatest voting upset since Truman defeated Dewey - will head into next week's finals as the clear favorite.

Read a detailed recap of routines right now and try to make a case for anyone not named Mya coming out on top. Go ahead. We dare you!

Top Dancing Stars

Tonight, viewers will at least be graced with the gorgeous presence of Melissa Rycroft. She performs on the results show.

Which couple do you think should be sent home? Here's a look at last night's leaderboard:

  • Mya and Dmitry Chapin: 87
  • Joanna Krupa and Derek Hough: 81
  • Kelly Osbourne and Louis van Amstel: 78
  • Donny Osmond and Kym Johnson: 74

Dancing with the Stars Quotes

We should have started dancing with one arm waaay before.

Cristian de la Fuente [following his injury, trip to the hospital and subsequent stellar performance]

I am not the best dancer, and I have not been the best dancer from the beginning. I am happy we made it this far.

Cristian de la Fuente
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