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Monday, August 29, 2011

Nancy Grace Joins Dancing with the Stars

Nancy Grace
"The Courtroom Queen"

An outspoken, tireless advocate for victims' rights and one of TV's most respected legal analysts, Nancy Grace is the powerful force behind HLN's top-rated show that bears her name. Now she hopes to make an equally powerful impact in the ballroom on Dancing With The Stars!

A former prosecutor with an unparalleled record of success, Nancy's life changed forever in 1979 when her fiancé, Keith Griffin, was shot and killed. Nancy abandoned plans to become an English professor and turned to criminal justice.

Nancy's first book, Objection!, became an instant New York Times bestseller, as did her two subsequent novels, The Eleventh Victim and Death on the D-List. A television movie adaptation of The Eleventh Victim is currently in development.

Nancy Grace initially came to TV from the Atlanta Fulton County District Attorney's Office, where she served over a decade as a felony prosecutor of violent crimes. Known for her authentic sensibility and her firebrand take on the justice system, she was tapped to co- host Court TV's Cochran and Grace and, later, the live daily trial coverage program, Closing Arguments. Nancy, her husband and her twins reside in Atlanta and New York City, and all of her earnings from Dancing with the Stars will benefit the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Nice.

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Anonymous said...

Now that Nancy Grace is DWTS, expect some more CNN personalities to do the same.
My guess is Piers Moron will be next, and since AC had his laughing fit that went viral, he'll be asked as well, which will satisfy the fangirl groupies.
And then there's the Wolfman himself. (A little stiff, but I bet he can still shake a leg.)
Yes, something tells me Ms.Grace may be the first, but she wouldn't be the last tapping her toes from the CNN clan.

Anonymous said...

OK. I don't have to see him dance, first, second or last.
I vote Chaz Bono off.
I know I shouldn't descriminate, and mind you I'm not.
But when he was on Piers Morgan, Chaz could barely breath on his own, let alone folks, dance!
Don't you have to have some sort of fitness test in order to qualify?

Anonymous said...

Cher has taken to the message boards according to the AP to defend her sons right to dance.
"This is still America, right?" Cher asks.
Yes, this is still America Cher and you're right.
Chaz deserves the chance to show what he can do and we all agree on that.
But as on most blogs, there is no discrimination as to his sexual orientation.
No one is questioning that or at least not here.
What we are saying is that Chaz has an obesity problem and for his own health, he shouldn't dance, unless of course he signed a disclaimer releasing DWTS from any lawsuit should he fall ill in the process.
That's only fair.