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Here are the top 11’s — and Derek Hough’s — dances for Week 6 of ‘Dancing with the Stars’

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The top 11 couples will hit the floor on Monday’s “Dancing with the Stars,” but the most anticipated routine of the night — or at least the most pimped — is arguably Derek Hough‘s.

The new judge and his girlfriend Hayley Erbert, a former troupe member, will perform a paso doble to “Uccen” by Taalbi Brothers. “I certainly don’t wanna disappoint. I’m gonna bring my all,” Hough teased of the performance three weeks ago. “My M.O. is entertaining and bringing joy to people, and that’s it. I’m so happy I’m able to do that on this show.”

The six-time champ left “Dancing” after finishing in sixth place with Marilu Henner on Season 23 in 2016.

Meanwhile, the top 11 will each tackle an unlearned dance. No new dances this week, but after their season debuts last week, jazz and contemporary are sticking around.

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Here are the Week 6 routines:

Monica Aldama and Val Chmerkovskiy: rumba (“Have I Told You Lately” by Rod Stewart)

Kaitlyn Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev: samba (“Sorry” by Justin Bieber)

Vernon Davis and Peta Murgatroyd: cha-cha (“Celebration” by Kool & The Gang)

Skai Jackson and Alan Bersten: cha-cha (“Say So” by Dojo Cat feat. Nicki Minaj)

Justina Machado and Sasha Farber: Viennese waltz (“She’s Always a Woman” by Billy Joel)

AJ McLean and Cheryl Burke: samba (“Mi Gente” by J Balvin and Willy William)

Jeannie Mai and Brandon Armstrong: rumba (“You Gotta Be” by Des’ree)

Nelly and Daniella Karagach: Viennese waltz (“Humble and Kind” by Tim McGraw)

Nev Schulman and Jenna Johnson: jazz (“Good Vibrations” by Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch)

Chrishell Stause and Gleb Savchenko: contemporary (“Stars” by Grace Potter and the Nocturnals)

Johnny Weir and Britt Stewart: salsa (“On The Floor” by Jennifer Lopez feat. Pitbull)

Expect Stause and Savchenko to rebound with a high score since they lucked out with contemporary. Davis and Murgatroyd also got a windfall with a cha-cha, which is simple enough that it won’t put too much stress on Murgatroyd’s pulled neck.

As for Tyra Banks, well, she’s walking out to Diana Ross’ “I’m Coming Out.”

“Dancing” airs Mondays at 8/7c on ABC.

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Was Ratcliffe’s Iran–Proud Boys Presser a Political Gift to Trump?

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Slate’s Fred Kaplan that Ratcliffe holding such an “absurdly overdramatized press conference…seems to have been blatantly partisan: to help Trump win the election by saying that Iran, which is commonly viewed as a hostile actor, wants him to lose.” Richard Clarke, a former White House cybersecurity special adviser, told Kaplan that “whatever Iran is doing, it’s minuscule compared to Russian interference” to help Trump.

Indeed, after the Trump administration pointed the finger at Iran on Wednesday night, the New York Times Thursday that “many intelligence officials said they remained far more concerned about Russia, which in recent days has hacked into state and local computer networks in breaches that could allow Moscow broader access to American voting infrastructure.” The Times notes that “one official compared the Iranian action as single-A baseball, while the Russians are major leaguers.”

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Daddy Yankee and Bad Bunny are crowned on the Latin Billboard with seven awards each

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The 2020 Latin Billboard Awards were supposed to have been delivered last March, but the coronavirus pandemic caused them to be postponed until this Wednesday night, when the BB&T Center in Sunrise, outside Miami, hosted numerous artists eager to celebrate these accolades. The stars of the night were Bad Bunny and Daddy Yankee, who were crowned with seven awards each, while Enrique Iglesias was recognized as the best Latin artist of all time and Slowly was awarded as the song of the decade.

Bad Bunny was awarded the prizes for composer of the year and artist of the year, beating J Balvin, Romeo Santos and Ozuna, who left empty but after a standing ovation when taking his two children on stage.

Luis Fonsi took three statuettes, one of them for the best song of the decade for Slowly. In 2010, Fonsi won the same award for the past decade with I do not give up. “I can’t believe that these two very different songs have achieved the same recognition,” said the artist, who also highlighted that both were composed with women. Claudia Brant, the first and Erkia Ender, the second. “At the end of the day, what took me the most is that the whole world sang in Spanish, the whole world knows our ‘ay bendito’. So this award goes to you. Puerto Rico I love you very much! ”, He expressed enthusiastically.

Among the female winners, the Colombian Karol G stood out, who won two awards; Katy Perry, for best artist crossover, Lali, in the category of social networks and Jennifer Lopez, awarded for the best tour. Rosalía, as a Spanish representative and nominated for three awards, finally left empty-handed.

Romeo Santos and Enrique Iglesias were seen in public for the first time since the start of the pandemic. Santos, with four awards, received the album of the decade award for his album Formula Vol.2, with collaborations with Drake and Nicki Minaj. “I no longer feel so alone in this,” stressed the American artist of Dominican origin in a speech in which he expressed his pride in Latin culture and Spanish.

Pitbull was in charge of giving the unprecedented award for the best Latin artist of all time to his “friend” Enrique Iglesias, who limited himself to thanking his team and sending a message to his fans: “I miss you a lot”. After the ceremony, the interpreter of Dancing He published an image on his social networks in which he is seen sitting on the toilet and holding the award in his hands.

The gala, broadcast on the Telemundo network, was marked by the awareness of the artists about the importance of voting in the elections on November 3 in the United States and also by the strict security measures to avoid the contagion of the coronavirus. While the red carpet was without music and with a distance of several meters between the few authorized journalists and the artists, the ceremony was divided into four stages.

The show began with the live premiere of Hawaii, the greatest success of this year of the Colombian Maluma, who was also awarded the Spirit of Hope solidarity award for his work with his Arte de los Sueños foundation. Paulina Rubio and Raymix, Manuel Turizo, Rauw Alejandro and Myke Towers also performed; Jesse & Joy; Fonsi and Farruko and Gente de Zona and Gerardo Ortiz.

The most emotional moment of the night was the tribute to the legendary Mexican composer Armando Manzanero, who received a serenade by Luis Fonsi, Joy Huerta, Pablo Alborán and Reik, who sang some of his hits, part of the Latin American songbook. Another honoree was singer-songwriter Carlos Vives, who received the Latin Billboard Hall of Fame award from Emilio Estefan.

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