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The answer is both “yes” and “no”. Yes, the former “Dawson Creek” star will be competing for that super shiny Mirrorball trophy. But, it won’t be on a real “Dancing With The Stars” competition. Instead, James Van Der Beek will be donning on shiny glimmery outfits for his new ABC sitcom “Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23” set to premiere later this Spring.

Just in case you don’t know the premise of the Van Der Beek’s sitcom, here’s a brief synopsis. On the midseason show, James Van Der Beek will be playing himself, well, a television-scripted alter ego. The celluloid version of James will play Chloe’s BFF, the titular bitch who lives in Apartment 23. The show centers around two unlikely roommates, June (Dreama Walker), a Midwest transplant and New York scenester Chloe (Krysten Ritter).

In an exclusive interview with TVGuide.com, the 34-year-old actor revealed how the DWTS storyline came about.

It was an idea that I had. I had been offered [to be on Dancing] a couple times. I always thought it would be kind of fun, but would never do it, but that doesn’t mean the Apartment 23 me can’t do it! [Laughs] I pitched the story line to [Apartment 23 executive producer] Nahnatchka Khan where I would go on Dancing with the Stars. There’s a big joke that I planned out and the only way for it to be funny is if I was a phenomenal dancer.

find out which celebrity will be his arch enemy on the show

Dancing With The Stars has brought us 13 unforgettable seasons in the US crowning some of the most amazing and unexpected winners time after time. We’ve seen some celebrities comes out of the wood work to shock and wow us and some have taken one step on the hardwood and fallen to pieces.

Every year, we anticipate who the next 11 victims will be to take on the ballroom and attempt to win the coveted mirror ball trophy. The stars aren’t the only ones who get competitive – the pro dancers also want their chance to lay hands on the trophy.

The show has given pro Derek Hough and three-peat win while Cheryl Burke, Mark Ballas, Julianne Hough and Kym Johnson have all won twice. Favorite resident pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy has never won the trophy but has also come very close. I have compiled a list of all thirteen winning stars and their pros. Check them out and then vote for your favorite couple.

Vote for your favorite DWTS Champion after the jump.

We’re arrived: the grand finale for season thirteen of Dancing With The Stars. It’s hard to believe that only 3 months ago, we were introduced to all of our stars who compete for that coveted mirror ball trophy. This season hasn’t gone without it’s drama, but overall, it’s made for a pretty exciting time in the ballroom. Remaining are three heavy-hitting crowd favorites. We have Ricki Lake, Rob Kardashian and J.R. Martinez.

After last night’s show, I picked Rob for the win and Ricki for first runner-up. So, how would the results stack up? The first round of competition will see our three remaining couples perform their favorite dances from the season. These scores will decide which two celebrities will be our final two and who will get third place. The stars will be ranked by the judges from 1st to 3rd. 1st will receive 30 points, 2nd 28 and 3rd 26 points. Those will be added to the scores from last night to make the overall grand totals. Make sense? I hope so. So what did each star chose as their redux?

Ricki chose to redo her Psycho Tango from the Halloween episode which Len mentioned was the most memorable routine of the season and quite possibly, the entire show. Rob chose to honor his late father once again with his Fly Me To The Moon Foxtrot and J.R. wanted a mulligan on his Lindy Hop inspired Jive.

The night’s performances and THE WINNER after the jump.

I have to admit, it was real nice only having an hour of Dancing With The Stars to watch. No fillers, no extras, just straight to the dancing… the way it should be done! Tonight is part one of the season thirteen final. We’re down to three celebrities: Ricki Lake, J.R. Martinez and Rob Kardashian. To be honest, I believe the true race is between Rob and Ricki and J.R. is going to come in third. But, will tonight’s performances shake up the game.

I love the first part of the finale because it’s when the Freestyle dance comes in to play. History can prove that the season is sometimes won in this round of competition. The stars and their pros pull out all the stops and incorporate the hardest lifts to make this performance as good as it can be to aim for that coveted perfect 30. So, would someone capture it tonight? Check out all the performances and vote for who you think will win this season of Dancing With The Stars.

Check out all the performances and scores after the jump.

Tonight is an important night. Tonight is where the decision is made on which three couples will compete in next weeks’ season finale of Dancing With the Stars. Last night was an interesting shuffle in the ballroom. A season favorite fell lower on the totem pole due to an injury and another proved why he deserves to stay. Let’s quickly recap their evening.

Hope Solo and Maksim Chmerkovskiy had a fairly flacid night on the hardwood last night. They began with a wild Paso Doble that only got 7′s out of the judges. Her Argentine Tango was a little better but she failed to win the Cha-Cha Relay round ending with a 49 out of 60. Just above her was J.R. Martinez and Karina Smirnoff. His Paso, Tango and Cha-Cha were really hindered by his ankle injury. So where would it place him tonight? Safe from elimination or in the bottom two?

Rob Kardashian really broke out of his last night. He began with a sexy Samba that had the ballroom on their feet cheering for the reality star. For round two, his Argentine Tango was absolutely to die for. One of my favorites from him. And to boot, he won the Cha-Cha relay. But it was Rick Lake who remained victorious on top. Her Samba earned her a perfect 30 and her Argentine Tango a close 29. Would either of these two front runners end up in the bottom?

After a whole lot of filler, we discover that Hope Solo and J.R Martinez are in the bottom two. So, who will be heading home tonight? Check out the elimination below.

Find out who was eliminated after the jump…

Can you believe it? We’ve reached the semi-finals on Dancing With the Stars. Only four couples remain and it honestly feels like yesterday that we began watching this thirteenth season. Wow time flies. Tonight, the stars will be taking on a whopping three dances. Hope and J.R. will take on the dark and menacing Paso Doble while Ricki and Rob will attempt the sexy Samba. For round two, the stars will all take their turn working out an Argentine Tango and ending the night with an exhausting Cha-Cha relay. Did you get all that?

We all understand how round one and two work but if you’re not 100% sure on what the Cha-Cha Relay is, I’ll quickly explain it to you. Each couple will take a turn dancing a portion of Enrique Iglesias’ song, I Like How It Feels. Afterward, the judges will converse about who will win the round. The winner receives 10 bonus points, second place 8 bonus points, third place 6 and last place 4. These bonus points can definitely shake up the competition.

Tonight, the stars are going to bring everything they’ve got. However, tonight J.R. has a hindering ankle injury. Will this jeopardize his place in the competition after riding high on last week’s perfect 60? Let’s hope not. Meanwhile, Hope Solo had a great week last week but will she be able to maintain her climb upward or will this week separate her as the weakest amongst the strong. That leaves Rob and Ricki who in my opinion are going to be battling it out in the end for that mirror ball trophy. Without further ado, check out all the night’s performances and scores below.

Check out all of the night’s performances and scores after the jump.

Last night, the ballroom on Dancing With The Stars was full of excitement. The first round of competition saw the couples performing some of their best routines. J.R. Martinez pulled a double perfect score with 60 out of 60 for his Waltz and for his Instant Jive. Nancy had a strong Tango but her Instant Jive left something to be desired. So, who will be the four couples to move on to next week’s semi-finals and who will miss the mark one week early?

The first couples to receive their results are Rob Kardashian and Cheryl Burke, Hope Solo and Maksim Chmerkovskiy and J.R. Martinez and Karina Smirnoff. Rob and Hope both had some of their best dances all season long but J.R. did kick the hell out of last night’s competition by scoring a perfect 30 not once, but twice. J.R. and Hope are proclaimed to be in the semi-finals as Rob and Cheryl are sent to the bottom two. The ballroom definitely didn’t agree with that and resounded with boos.

The last two couples to hear their results are Ricki Lake and Derek Hough and Nancy Grace and Tristan MacManus. Ricki had a lackluster night compared to her previous weeks but still managed to stay fairly close to the top. Nancy’s Tango was brilliant but her Jive lacked well, everything. Who will be safe? Is it going to be another ballroom upset? Ricki and Derek are safe and headed to the semi-finals while Nancy and Tristan find themselves in the bottom two with Rob and Cheryl. So, who will get the boot tonight? Find out after the jump.

The night’s elimination after the jump.

Last week, the ballroom got spooked by a plethora of Halloween inspired dances. This season’s favorite Ricki Lake came back on top with her fantastic Paso Doble and the combined total from her stunning team dance. However, the ballroom was rocked when David Arquette became the latest victim to fall short of viewer votes leaving Nancy Grace the opportunity to compete for one more week. So, how would our stars fare this week having to not only compete with one, but two routines.

That’s right, this week the show’s favorite curve ball, the instant dance is back! After the first round of competition, the stars and their partners will randomly draw a song out of a mirror ball. They will then be given 20 minutes to rehearse their choreography with the song. Then, they must head out on to the hardwood and give it all they got to impress the judges to win those scores.

Tonight, the stars performed some of their best routines of the season and one star even received a perfect combined total of 60 out of 60. However, Len did say the following to one competitor: “You have been a real Cinderella story, but Cinderella, the ball is over and it’s time to go home.” Who do you think Len said that to? Check out all of the night’s performances and scores below.

Watch all the performances after the jump.

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