Here’s what you missed on reality TV this week:
Keeping Up with the Kardashians
Kim Kardashian travelled to Japan and was soon overwhelmed by her workload during this week’s episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashian. The fashion and beauty mogul scrambled to help her husband Kanye West with his entire Yeezy Season 7 campaign by shooting the complete fashion line, which included 20 new outfits. “Japan is like, the forefront of fashion,” she exclaimed. But after completing her daunting task, Mrs. West somehow had the energy to continue her long-running fight with her Kardashian sisters, when she accused both Kourtney and Khloe of jeopardizing the Yeezy debut by wearing outfits that “clashed” with the line. “Well, you look like you just won the Tour de France,” Kourtney responded, making fun of her sister’s Yeezy bike shorts. Kim lashed back by stating that she thinks the eldest sister tries too hard and advised her to dress more like their supermodel sibling, Kendall. “I think you have it in you. It’s just that I think you better evolve.” And just like that, the Kardashian sister cat fight continued.
Dancing with the Stars
Actress and Facts of Life alum Nancy McKeon and her professional partner Val Chmerkovskiy were the latest pair cut from the ballroom following an emotional week of performances on Dancing with the Stars. The remaining contestants hit the dance floor to pay homage to their most memorable year through symbolic choreography, but unfortunately for Nancy, her rumba to Lukas Graham’s Love Someone in honour of her family and the year 2006 only earned a 22/30, which placed her at the bottom of the leaderboard. The week’s shining star was Fuller House actor Juan Pablo Di Pace and partner Cheryl Burke, who nabbed the season’s first perfect score with a samba to Jennifer Lopez’s Ni Tú Ni Yo in memory of 1999 when Juan moved from Buenos Aires to the United States to chase his dreams. Judge Bruno Tonioli called it “one of the best sambas” he’s ever seen in 27 seasons of the show.
The final back-to-back week of Blind Auditions concluded as coaches Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson filled the majority of their teams with the season’s top vocalists. Adam earned the week’s stand-out performer by gushing about the 28-year-old Nigerian singer, Funsho. After taking the stage to perform a rendition of Bruno Mars’ Finesse, he prompted Adam, Kelly and Jennifer to hit their buttons and turn around, but it was the Maroon 5 front-man who secured the talent after declaring him “one of the best vocalists we’ve heard in the Blind Auditions, no doubt.” Adam also shared the wealth this week and vouched for his country-star frenemy by convincing 22-year-old Alabama singer Kirk Jay to join Blake’s team, despite hitting his button for the artist himself. “You deserve a kiss for that,” said Blake, before smooching his co-star’s face.
Source:: Toronto Sun – Movies