Bergeron said this season will be a bit different as the show will have double elimination in the middle of the season. The new season of "Dancing With the Stars" begins September 21. Season nine of Dancing with the Stars premiered on September 21, 2009.My friends are gonna be excited and I’ll never hear the end of it because they’ll make fun of me, but it should be fun and I think everyone will like it.” “They asked a couple different times, but it would be too much time to take off from training for fights,” said Liddell.“Now I don’t have any fights coming up and I’m not training, so it’s something to do.” “When I talked to them after I agreed to do it, they said if you don’t have any background in dancing, just learn it when you get here. My money is on the flutter kicks because with a concussion you won’t have to remember the embarrassment.“I want to win,” Liddell told UFC.com, his motives clear.“I don’t like losing in anything, so I’ll work as hard as they’ll let me.” But aside from making a run at the competition on the show, Liddell also sees himself as a sort of ambassador for mixed martial arts.Tom De Lay is better known as the former US congressman with the nickname of "The Hammer."But starting this fall, the only thing people will want to know is whether they can move on the dance floor.They are among the contestatants announced for this season of Dancing With the Stars.
“I’m sure the reaction will be mixed (among fight fans).
But this year, the show is adding an even more unusual guest: A Hammer.
Former Republican Majority Leader Tom De Lay -- known as "the Hammer" for his tough-minded tactics -- is among the contestants for the show's ninth edition, ABC announced Monday.
by Staff Former UFC light heavyweight champion Chuck Liddell may or may not be done fighting, but one thing is for sure, he isn’t done competing.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship on Monday announced that “The Iceman” will transfer his steely demeanor from the Octagon to the ballroom, when he joins the upcoming season of ABC’s “Dancing With The Stars.” Liddell will become the first mixed martial artist to compete on the series on Sept. He joins other notable celebrities, including Ozzy Osbourne’s daughter Kelly Osbourne, Donny Osmond, former supermodel Kathy Ireland, former Dallas Cowboy Michael Irvin, professional snowboarder Louie Vito, singer Macy Gray, and others.