Kaitlyn Bristowe, Artem Question Carrie Ann’s ‘DWTS’ Judging

first_imgBristowe added that she just wants to know more about the intentions behind Inaba’s commentary.“I would love to have her on the podcast, ask her a few questions. I don’t know!” the “Off the Vine” podcast host explained. “It’s always reassuring to talk to other people and have them asking those same questions because we come back and we’re like, ‘Huh?’ We’re good at accepting constructive criticism. We’re like, ‘OK, great, now let’s apply it. Thank you for the wonderful feedback.’ With this one, it’s like, ‘Huh? OK?’”Bristowe noted that the judge was also tough on season 15 Bachelorette Hannah Brown, who went on to win the mirrorball trophy in 2019.- Advertisement – Kaitlyn Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev Question Carrie Ann Inaba Dancing With The Stars DWTS JudgingKaitlyn Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev ABC/Kelsey McNealJudging for the wrong reasons? Kaitlyn Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev are questioning whether Carrie Ann Inaba’s criticism of their Dancing With the Stars performances is strictly about the dance floor.“At this point, it starts being a little personal,” the 38-year-old professional dancer told Entertainment Tonight during a joint interview with the 35-year-old former Bachelorette after the Monday, November 2, episode. “I feel it’s definitely, maybe not a different standard, but I feel like it’s different expectations. I don’t know. I’m watching back the dance itself, it’s like, ‘Oh, you can kick sharper!’ Well, I can say that about everybody who dances on the show today. I don’t know. It’s really odd.”Kaitlyn Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev Question Carrie Ann Inaba Dancing With The Stars DWTS JudgingCarrie Ann Inaba arrives at night one of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards at the Microsoft Theater on September 14, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP/Shutterstock- Advertisement – – Advertisement – “I just want to know where it comes from. Is it from a place where you believe in us and you want us to do better? Is it coming from a place of, ‘I was hard on Hannah and you’re another Bachelor girl?’” she asked. “Where is it coming from and how are we supposed to take it and bring it into our next rehearsal? What do you want us to channel and use from it? It’s very hard to understand that.”Kaitlyn Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev Question Carrie Ann Inaba Dancing With The Stars DWTS JudgingArtem Chigvintsev and Kaitlyn Bristowe perform on ‘Dancing With The Stars.’ ABC/Eric McCandlessBristowe, who received an eight from Inaba for her jive to “Don’t Stop Me Now” by Queen, added that judges Derek Hough and Bruno Tonioli give more helpful feedback.- Advertisement – “Derek says things and I’m like, ‘Great! Oh my gosh, I could work on that. Let’s use that next time.’ Same with Bruno,” she said. “And when Carrie says things, I’m like, ‘What do you want us to do with that?’”During Monday’s episode, Bristowe and Chigvintsev escaped the bottom two again despite Inaba arguing that the reality TV personality performed a “lift” with Chigvintsev vs. doing her own jump during her jive. (Chrishell Stause was ultimately eliminated over Skai Jackson.) On the October 26 episode of the ABC show, Inaba suggested that Bristowe “gave up” and lost her “spirit” during her Halloween paso doble.“At this point right now, we just feel like we’re never going to make her happy. It feels really discouraging, in a sense, to come back next week,” Chigvintsev concluded after Monday’s episode. “I was literally wanting to have earmuffs and put it on top of [Kaitlyn’s] head.”Dancing With the Stars airs on ABC Mondays at 8 p.m. ET.Listen to Watch With Us to hear more about your favorite shows and for the latest TV news!last_img read more

Serie A: Moses, Eriksen, Young set to taste first Milan derby

first_img Loading… Former Premier League stars Victor Moses alongside the pair of Ashley Young and Christian Eriksen will likely be on parade in their first Milan derby at a sold-out San Siro on Sunday, February 9.Advertisement Inter are strong favourites given AC Milan’s current chaotic state, yet this is the sort of match that defines a season – perhaps even an era. Win it, and they will remain within a maximum three points of Juventus, winners of the last eight Serie A titles.Lose it, and they would likely drop six points behind Juve, who are at ninth-placed Verona on Saturday night – a game Maurizio Sarri’s side, inspired by Cristiano Ronaldo, will expect to win.Ashley Young and Christian Eriksen know what it’s all about to play in a fierce derby matchIf Inter cannot beat Milan now, when their players, coach and structure are so clearly superior, they will face numerous awkward questions about their ability to handle the pressure.Such accusations have frequently been levelled at Inter in the modern era, which is why they hired one of the most demanding coaches in the business last summer.Working with Antonio Conte is exhausting – just ask the hierarchy at Juventus and Chelsea. He is a coach who pushes his players to the limit, both tactically and physically, and is not afraid to take a swipe at his bosses if his transfer targets do not arrive.Take this example, after Inter had thrown away a two-goal lead to lose 3-2 at Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League in November. Speaking live on television to former England manager Fabio Capello, Conte directed his anger towards his employers.‘We should have planned this season out much, much better,’ he said. ‘We proved that we can trouble anyone if we are on form, but there are players who have played non-stop. I am fed up of saying it.‘It’s not about the club, it’s that we have to work together and big mistakes were made. We cannot play in Serie A and the Champions League constantly pushed to the limits.’Conte’s payback for this high-maintenance behaviour is trophies: three consecutive league titles with Juventus from 2012-14, the Premier League in his first season with Chelsea (2016-17) and the FA Cup in his final one (2018). The less said about his Champions League record, the better, but in domestic football, Conte has proved himself a virtual guarantee of success.Perhaps that is why Inter’s directors, with Conte’s former Juventus boss Beppe Marotta at the forefront, chose to grant his wishes in January.Victor Moses, so important as a wing-back in the 3-4-3 system that helped Chelsea to the title three years ago, had his loan at Fenerbahce cancelled so he could link up with the Italian again.Young will fulfill a similar role while Eriksen had long been admired by both Conte and Marotta. With the Dane’s contract running out at Tottenham, and with Real Madrid no longer in the picture, Inter was the obvious move.With Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku already at the club, Inter’s XI on Sunday will look very familiar to Premier League fans who watch the game. Conte pushed hard – in vain – for Lukaku when he was at Chelsea but got his man last summer, and the move has paid off spectacularly.The Belgian has scored 21 goals in all competitions this season, and every one must make Manchester United – who signed former Watford forward Odion Ighalo on loan to cover their striker shortage in January – feel ever more uncomfortable.Always partial to a bit of point-scoring, Conte said ‘I am very happy to have insisted on signing [Lukaku]’ after the centre-forward’s double brought a 2-0 victory at Udinese last Sunday.Young, Moses and Eriksen will hope to continue follow the example of other former Premier League players now thriving in Serie A. Chris Smalling is having an impressive campaign at Roma after moving on loan from Manchester United, while Lucas Leiva, the former Liverpool midfielder, is an important member of a Lazio side challenging Inter and Juventus for the title.Victor Moses was vital to Conte’s success at Chelsea and he pushed for his signing in JanuaryRead Also: Ighalo undergoing double sessions with GB’s Taekwondo team, eyes flying startA leading Italian agent told Mail Online: ‘There’s a big focus on youth in English football at the moment, and Italy is a good option for players there, as long as they have the knowledge and intelligence to adapt to a different style of football.’It may be too soon to talk about a full-scale resurgence at Inter, but things are certainly moving in the right direction, and fans are starting to recall the glory days of Jose Mourinho, who led Inter to the ‘Triplete’ – Serie A title, Italian Cup and Champions League – in 2010.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

Joyce Barrows May 20, 1944 – August 25, 2019

first_imgJoyce Barrows, age 75 of Cleves, Ohio passed away Sunday, August 25, 2019 at her home. Born May 20, 1944 in Owenton, Kentucky the daughter of Leonard “Jake” and Christine (Wilson) Lusby.Joyce attended Taylor High School and worked at Mount St. Joseph University for 25 years.Joyce is survived by her children Carl (Theresa) Lacey, Paul Lacey, Tonjia (Jamie) Johnson and Earl Barrows. Grandmother of Matthew (Lori), Stephanie, Adam (Jessica), Sydney, Casey and Rachel. Great grandmother of Gabriel, Madeline, Samuel and Evelyn. Sister of Bobby (Terri) Lusby and Cecil (Debbie) Lusby. Sister in law of Stella Lusby.Joyce is preceded in death by her parents Leonard “Jake and Christine Lusby, husband Steve Burk and siblings Joe, Carrol Gene, Ray, Junior, Bill, JC and Jackie Lusby.A Celebration of Life service will be held at a later date.Memorials may be directed to American Diabetes Association 4555 Lake Forest Drive #396 Blue Ash, Ohio 45242.last_img read more