‘Dancing with the Stars’ Celebs Head to Vulture Fest to Teach Fans Their Moves
We’re down to the final six couples on Dancing with the Stars Season 30, and the competition is heating up. Five of the remaining celebrities will be on hand this weekend to teach fans some of their best dance moves at Vulture Festival in Los Angeles.
‘Dancing with the Stars’ Celebrities to Attend Vulture Festival
Five celebrity dancers and their partners from Season 30 will be at Vulture Festival this Saturday. That’s JoJo Siwa and partner Jenna Johnson, Melora Hardin and partner Artem Chigvintsev, Iman Shumpert and partner Daniella Karagach, Amanda Kloots and partner Alan Bersten, and Cody Rigsby and partner Cheryl Burke.
The only couple missing from that list is Suni Lee and her partner Sasha Farber. The 18-year-old gymnast just got her first 10 of the season on Janet Jackson Night. But it looks like she won’t be around for Saturday’s event.
The hour-long event will take place Saturday, November 13, at 11:15 am PT at the Hollywood Roosevelt in Los Angeles. Tickets are $25, and they include access to the poolside Vulture Lounge. You can buy yours here. Proof of vaccination and face coverings are required for entry.
The Couples Will Teach the Audience Dance Moves
According to Vulture’s Instagram post about the festival event, the celebrities and their partners will be there “to teach the audience some of their moves.” The post added, “Maybe JoJo will show us how to do some TikTok dances??”
Next week, the remaining six couples will compete in the Semifinals. This week’s episode featured a double elimination, with Olivia Jade and Jimmie Allen leaving the ballroom, along with their partners Val Chmerkovskiy and Emma Slater.
The Semifinals will air on Monday, November 15. After that, there’s only the Finals left. It will air the following week, November 22. We’ll find out then which couple will earn the mirrorball trophy this season.
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