Rick Diamond/ACM2015/Getty Images for dcp(NEW YORK) -- Surprise! Country icon Randy Travis is married, his rep told ABC News.
He married Mary Davis on March 21.
Travis, 55, just made an appearance at the ACM Awards over the weekend, two years after suffering a serious stroke. The singer was in the audience when it was announced he was in the building, then everyone stood up and gave him a standing ovation. This happened after fellow singer Lee Brice paid tribute to Travis by singing his classic song "Forever and Ever, Amen."
After the show, Travis wrote on his website, "It was an amazing gift to feel all of the love from you tonight. ... It has been a hard fought and miraculous journey since my stroke two years ago."
In July 2013, Travis was hospitalized in Texas for complications from viral cardiomyopathy, and later suffered a stroke. He was listed in critical condition. He was released from the hospital the next month.
Travis had been engaged to Davis since early 2013.
Last year, Davis spoke to ABC News affiliate WFAA-TV about her love's condition. "He wakes up with a smile on his face; he goes to bed with a smile on his face. He inspires me daily," she said.
ABC/Randy Holmes(NEW YORK) — Scarlett Johansson is back as Black Widow in the next chapter of the Marvel cinematic universe, Avengers: Age of Ultron. Shooting this particular film was a little bit different for Johansson because she was pregnant with her first child during filming.
“I’ve never met a woman more happy pregnant than Scarlett,” Chris Evans, who plays Captain America in the Marvel franchise, said during an interview with ABC's Chris Connelly for Nightline, before turning to Johansson and saying, “You literally were in the best mood, you were just so happy.”
“Great job being pregnant for the whole shooting,” added his co-star Robert Downey Jr., who plays Iron Man/Tony Stark in the film.
Avengers: Age of Ultron stars Johansson, Evans, Downey, Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Mark Ruffalo as The Incredible Hulk and Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye -- James Spader plays the villain, Ultron.
Age of Ultron, which premieres on May 1, is the eleventh film in the integrated series, and the second film to feature all six of the action elite, who sat down for an interview with “Nightline” to talk about making the new film and what went on behind the scenes.
While filming, Johansson’s fellow Avengers rallied around the 30-year-old actress, who gave birth to a daughter soon after shooting principal photography.
“On the last day of shooting, she could barely put a sentence together, but she timed it perfectly,” Evans said.
“Robert [Downey, Jr.] was like, ‘you’re going home now,’” she said.
Johansson said being pregnant during filming was “great” but she felt lucky to “have a very cushy, delightful job that I loved to go to every day.”
Age of Ultron is expected to beat its prequel, Marvel’s The Avengers, in box office expectations by The Walt Disney Co., the parent company of ABC News. It’s a tall order considering the original Avengers has grossed an estimated $1.5 billion worldwide since its 2012 release, according to Box Office Mojo.
“I don’t think anyone’s ever made as much money during gestation as you did,” Downey told Johansson during the Nightline interview.
“I made more money pregnant than I’ve ever before,” she said, laughing.
The cast members talked about how much their characters have grown, and how they have changed in real life, since doing the first Avengers film together. For one, almost all of the six leads have kids now, except for Evans.
“Am I the only guy here without children?” Evans asked during the interview. “I don’t even know what to say about that.”
“You’re our child,” Hemsworth quipped.
Johansson teased Evans, telling him his “biological clock is ticking” so he should start a family soon.
“Being around babies, it’s my intellect level,” Evans said. “We like colors and shapes—“
Lifetime(ATLANTA) -- Cissy Houston spoke out late Monday about the condition of her granddaughter Bobbi Kristina Brown, saying she has “irreversible brain damage.”
The late Whitney Houston's mother said in a statement to People magazine, "I have just returned from visiting my granddaughter Bobbi Kristina in the hospital and while she is no longer in a medically induced coma she has a tracheotomy and according to the doctors she has global and irreversible brain damage and remains unresponsive."
Brown has been in the hospital and a rehab facility since being discovered unresponsive in her Georgia home by her partner Nick Gordon on Jan. 31. She was moved from Emory University Hospital in Atlanta to a rehabilitation facility last month.
Houston's comments come after Brown's father, Bobby Brown, 46, told a concert audience in Dallas this weekend that his daughter was actually "awake" and "watching me."
The 81-year-old Houston matriarch added, "Meeting with the doctors and understanding that she can live in this condition for a lifetime truly saddens me. We can only trust in God for a miracle at this time. Keep us in your prayers."
Following Bobby Brown's weekend comments, his wife, Alicia Etheredge-Brown, clarified and said her husband was in "an emotional state" when he spoke out to a concert crowd. She added that Brown's 22-year-old daughter "has made it out of ICU, opened her eyes, and started a rehabilitation that will be long and hard."
Etheredge-Brown, who is expecting her second child with Bobby Brown, said her husband has been "encouraged by the steps that Bobbi Kristina has made" and is praying for her recovery.
Still, a source close to the family told ABC News Monday that Bobbi Kristina Brown's condition remains "unchanged," which aligns with Cissy Houston's statement.
The source said that while Brown is no longer on a ventilator, she still has a tracheotomy tube that helps her breathe. "Nothing has changed since she got that months ago," the source added.
Houston's rep did not immediately respond to ABC News’ response for comment.
Martin Crook / Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Jon Stewart will end his run on The Daily Show in four months.
Monday night on the Comedy Central program, Stewart announced his last episode will air on Thursday, Aug. 6. He said, "I will be wearing a suit, I will more than likely be showered."
After the audience sighed, Stewart joked, "I'm sorry, I'll be wearing overalls and I won't shower."
You can donate money via Omaze.com for the chance to win tickets to Stewart's final taping. Proceeds will benefit New York Collaborates For Autism and Night of Too Many Stars.
Stewart, 52, who has been the face of The Daily Show since 1999, announced in February that he would step down as host later this year. He recently explained his decision to The Guardian, remarking, “It’s not like I thought the show wasn’t working anymore, or that I didn’t know how to do it. It was more, ‘Yup, it’s working. But I’m not getting the same satisfaction.’”
In late March, Comedy Central revealed that Trevor Noah will replace Stewart. Noah's start date is not yet known.
ABC/Randy Holmes(NEW YORK) — Roseanne Barr is losing her eyesight. The comedian told the Daily Beast Monday that she has macular degeneration, a medical condition that leads to blindness and her vision "is closing in now."
"I have macular degeneration and glaucoma,” the 63-year-old comedian revealed while promoting her documentary film, Roseanne for President! at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on Tuesday.
When asked if her doctors have given her a time frame on when she will lose her sight, Roseanne replied, “No, they can’t. My vision is closing in now.”
“I just try and enjoy vision as much as possible, you know? Living it up,” she added.
“My dad had it, too,” Roseanne goes on to explain, adding that she’ll miss reading, but has thought about hiring someone to “read for me and read to me.”
Roseanne, who’s been an advocate for the legalization of marijuana, and is shown smoking pot in her documentary, tells the Daily Beast she’s turned to the drug as a form of medication.
“[Marijuana is] good for me for that because I have pressure in my eyes,” she notes. “[Marijuana is a] good medicine for a lot of things.”
She says it also releases us from mind control. "It’s expansive. It opens your mind. You’re like…Wow, you’re in awe. You look up into the stars. It makes you wonder. It doesn’t close that down.”
ABC/Image Group LA(NEW YORK) — Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin will soon be officially divorced.
TMZ reports that the actress and the Coldplay frontman, who split last year, reached a settlement regarding property and custody of their two kids. The website further notes that documents were expected to be filed on Monday, with a judge needing to sign off on the divorce.
Paltrow and Martin announced in March of 2014 that they were splitting after 10 years of marriage, famously referring to their decision as "conscious uncoupling." They are the parents of a daughter, Apple, who will turn 11 next month, and a nine-year-old son, Moses.
According to reports, Martin is now dating Jennifer Lawrence and Paltrow is romantically involved with producer Brad Falchuk.
Warner Bros.(NEW YORK) — On Monday, American Sniper actor Cory Hardrict and his wife, Instant Mom actress Tia Mowry-Hardrict, celebrated seven years of marriage on different coasts.
Hardrict told ABC Radio in New York City Monday, "My wife is back in L.A. because she's working right now but she'll be in New York in a few days, promoting her cooking show [Tia Mowry at Home on the Cooking Channel], and other things that she's doing, her book [Whole New You]."
So, instead the couple took to Instagram to send each other heartfelt messages. Hardrict said he sent "her some nice roses today" and later this week they'll have "a nice candlelight dinner."
Hardrict was in New York to promote his latest film, Brotherly Love, where he stars opposite Keke Palmer. The two have been the subject of on set romance rumors, but the actor said he has no plans to call it quits on his marriage...ever.
"The thing is we've been together for almost 15 years now, ever since I stepped off the plane in L.A. And she was with me in my bottom, with no money and living in a studio apartment in the corner. And it wasn't my studio," he explained. "She's seen it all so that's why it's like I'll never leave my wife or do anything to betray that bond that we have because I know it's real and a lot of things you don't know in this world who likes you for you. Like it takes a while to get to know people and I know she's down."
Rumors started after Palmer reportedly said she wanted to marry Hardrict in an interview. Mowry-Hardrict then tweeted and later deleted: "Saying you like a married man in an interview is not cute... Just saying...'" Later, Palmer told Wendy Williams that her statements were misinterpreted and she was describing how she felt as a 10-year-old girl.
Brotherly Love, also starring singer Macy Gray, hits theaters Friday.
ABC/Adam Taylor(LOS ANGELES) — Singer Patti LaBelle was voted off ABC’s Dancing with the Stars Monday night during a show featuring the first team dances of the season.
LaBelle and Shark Tank investor Robert Herjavec were both in jeopardy of going home Monday based on their performances from last week’s show.
LaBelle and her partner Artem Chigvintsev were voted off because they earned the lowest combined total of viewers’ votes and judges’ scores.
“I am honored to be here as long as I have been,” LaBelle said after learning her fate. “I’ve learned so much about me.”
When co-host Erin Andrews asked LaBelle what she learned about herself, the singer replied: “That I can take direction. I’ve never done this before in my life. I learned a few steps, and I made a great friend in Artem.”
Before the elimination was announced, each couple danced routines to classic spring break-inspired tunes, including “Hopelessly Devoted to You” by Olivia Newton-John and “Tequila” by Xavier Cugat. Here’s a rundown of the routines: Patti LaBelle: The judges liked the singer’s fun quickstep, and even though she lost one of her high-heeled shoes mid-routine, she kept on going with a smile. “That is value for money, Patti. Thank you,” judge Bruno Tonioli said, mentioning the fun factor of the performance. His counterparts were similarly full of praise. “That was so much fun,” Julianne Hough said. Carrie Ann Inaba said LaBelle was “the most consistent performer. Every time you come out here, I know for sure I am going to be entertained.” Judge Len Goodman declared, “I don’t care who else comes on, no one will give us more fun and entertainment as you just did.” LaBelle earned an 8 and three 7s, for a total of 29 out of a possible 40 points.
Nastia Liukin: The Olympic gymnast’s rapid tango drew mixed reviews from the judges, who all praised her drive and high quality of movement, but found flaws with the overall routine. Hough said she saw “a disconnect” between Liukin and pro partner, Derek Hough. Julianne and Derek Hough are siblings. Tonioli commended Liukin’s power and determination, but said she lost the subtlety of the art form. Inaba said Liukin needed to embrace dance as a new art form, rather than continuing to relate it to gymnastics, and Goodman said there was “too much rotation, too much speed.” Liukin earned two 8s and two 9s, for a total of 34 points.
Willow Shields: The judges had high praise for the 14-year-old actress’s salsa with partner Mark Ballas. Tonioli said the routine was “high-spirited high school,” but he cautioned her about not shaking when she transferred weight from one leg to the other. Inaba said she loved that the dance was “sassy” but remained appropriate for the theme and didn’t verge on sexy. Goodman liked the energy, saying the routine was “full of fun and enjoyment,” but he cautioned the actress about keeping her legs flexed. Hough agreed with Goodman. Shields earned two 9s and two 8s, for a total of 34 points. Robert Herjavec: Even though the performance had flaws, judges told the Shark Tank star that his jive with partner Kym Johnson was an improvement over last’s week performance that landed him at the bottom of the leaderboard. “You didn’t miss a step, you just didn’t do it at the right time,” Inaba told Herjavec. Goodman said there was “a lot of content” in the routine. “It’s better than last week,” he said. Hough praised Herjavec for going “full out every single time,” while Tonioli urged the business mogul to keep on track and on time with his partner. Herjavec earned four 7s, for a total of 28 points.
Noah Galloway: The Army veteran and double-amputee’s rumba was praised by judges, although he himself seemed a bit dejected at the end of the routine. Goodman mentioned an incident on the dance floor where Galloway’s movements came to a complete stop, but told Galloway that the performance had “lovely action and reaction.” Hough called Galloway’s hip action “fantastic,” but encouraged him to work on his arm movements. Tonioli said Galloway and his pro partner, Sharna Burgess, worked together so well that their partnership was “intuitive” and “magnetic.” Inaba told Galloway that he deserved to be in the competition and to keep his head up. Galloway earned three 7s and an 8, for a total of 29 points.
Rumer Willis: The actress’s saucy, crowd-pleasing jazz routine with partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy to Destiny’s Child's “Bootylicious” caused dissent among the judges. Hough said the potential wasn’t fully met. “My expectation for you is so high beyond belief that I’ve got to be honest, I was a little underwhelmed and I felt like there was a lot of walking around,” she said. Tonioli had a different view. “I totally disagree with you, my darling,” he said, calling the performance “raunchylicious” and adding that Willis had put her own stamp on an iconic number. Inaba agreed with Hough and said that although the performance was powerful and strong, she believed it lacked elegance and fluidity. Goodman added: “I don’t like all that raunchy stuff, what you did you did great, but I don’t want to see all that. It’s a ballroom, not a bedroom.” Willis earned a 7, two 8s and a 9, for a total of 32 points. Chris Soules: The judges praised Soules’ smooth Viennese waltz with partner Witney Carson. “It’s a spring awakening for Chris,” Tonioli told the Iowa farmer who received disappointing reviews for his performance last week. Inaba said the women in the audience loved the dance. “You wooed us all, this engaged, musical dancing man,” she said. Hough said she was “blown away” by Soules’s confidence. Goodman wasn’t as enthusiastic. “I loved the feel of it. I liked the romance of the whole affair, but Chris, once you got into hold your footwork...you’ve got to work on the details,” he said. “The whole feeling was great; it just lacked technique.” Soules earned three 8s and a 7, for a total of 31 points.
Riker Lynch: The R5 band member’s samba with partner Allison Holker found favor with three of the four judges. Inaba told Lynch he made her “want to be a teenybopper again because I’m totally fangirling out,” while Hough said she thought it was “fantastic.” Tonioli said the performance has “vibrancy, the vitality, the visual impact of the best samba, yet you still manage to put some striking individual touches,” but Goodman wasn’t as pleased. “Riker, you dance like I cook -- chuck it all in and hope for the best,” he said, adding: “What I love is your enthusiasm. I can’t give this a huge mark because you’re moving across the floor like Spiderman some of the time. It was good. I can’t say it’s great.” Lynch earned two 10s, a 9 and an 8, for a total of 37 points.
The couples then performed team dances. The score for each team was added to each individual member’s score. The scores will help determine who goes home next week in a double-elimination.
Team YOLO: Shields, Galloway, Herjavec and Liukin, along with their respective partners, earned three 10s and a 9, for a total of 39 points for their beach routine set to “Wipe Out.” “You guys killed it! That’s the spring break I want to have every time,” Inaba said. Team Trouble: Willis, Lynch, LaBelle and Soules, along with their respective partners, danced a classroom-inspired routine set to “Trouble.” The team also earned 39 points, along with rave reviews from the judges. Here’s a rundown of Monday’s scores (Individual Routine, Team Dance and Grand Total):
Riker Lynch and Allison Holker: 37, 39 - 76
Willow Shields and Mark Ballas: 34, 39 - 73
Nastia Liukin and Derek Hough: 34, 39 - 73
Rumer Willis and Valentin Chmerkovskiy: 32, 39 - 71
Chris Soules and Witney Carson: 31, 39 - 70
Patti LaBelle and Artem Chigvintsev: 29, 39 - 68 (They were sent home tonight.)
ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) — Netflix has confirmed that a Full House sequel is on the way.
Late Monday night, Netflix announced it has ordered a 13-episode season of Fuller House, which will premiere in 2016.
The premise of Fuller House is similar to that of the original series, which aired on ABC from 1987 to 1995 -- but with a female twist. Candace Cameron-Bure will reprise her role of D.J., who's now a pregnant widow with two sons. D.J.'s younger sister Stephanie and best friend Kimmy, played by the returning Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber, move in to help D.J. raise her children.
The adult Stephanie is an aspiring musician, and Kimmy is a single mom to a teenage daughter.
Netflix notes that John Stamos will make cameos as Uncle Jesse, and will produce the show. There's hope that the other major Full House cast members -- Bob Saget, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Dave Coulier and Lori Loughlin -- will guest star, too; Netflix says discussions are ongoing.
Stamos confirmed the project on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Monday night. He said the idea of a Full House spin-off had been bandied about for a while: "It's a labor of love and we've been literally trying for so many years to do it right and I think we finally got it perfect."
Lifetime(NEW YORK) -- Bobby Brown said over the weekend that his daughter, Bobbi Kristina, was "awake," but on Monday the singer's wife and attorney clarified that statement.
Alicia Etheredge-Brown said that her husband was in "an emotional state" when he spoke out to a concert crowd, though he is encouraged that his daughter "has made it out of ICU, opened her eyes, and started a rehabilitation that will be long and hard."
Added Christopher Brown, Bobby Brown's lawyer, "Doctors have indicated that she will have a long life. However, Bobbi Kristina is presently embarking on a rehabilitation process and the quality of her life will not be known for years to come."
Brown, the 22-year-old daughter of the singer and the late Whitney Houston, was found unresponsive in a bathtub inside her Roswell, Georgia, home on January 31. She was moved from Emory University Hospital in Atlanta to a rehabilitation facility last month.
Still, a source close to the family told ABC News that Brown's condition remains "unchanged."
The source said that while Brown is no longer on a ventilator, she still has a tracheostomy tube that helps her breathe.
"Nothing has changed since she got that months ago," the source added.
Etheredge-Brown, who is expecting her second child with Bobby Brown, said that her husband has been "encouraged by the steps that Bobbi Kristina has made" and is praying for her recovery.
"We will hold on to all the blessings God gives us to help her at this time and we look forward to her having a relationship with her unborn sister as our family grows in love and faith," she said. "I just wish my husband could deal with this most painful and difficult time with people surrounding him who fully support and pray for Bobbi Kristina’s recovery and only her recovery. Life is the most precious thing that we all have.”
Throughout the past few weeks and months, Bobby Brown has asked fans to pray for his daughter. Earlier this month, during an appearance at the Soul Food Festival in Los Angeles, he thanked the crowd for their support -- a sentiment that he echoed Monday.
“We thank everyone that supports Bobbi Kristina," he told ABC News in a statement. "God is hearing our prayers.”
Universal(NEW YORK) -- A new Jurassic World trailer just dropped and it finally features the dinosaur on the loose that's threatening everyone's lives and, basically, eating the other dinosaurs at the park.
The clip opens with Chris Pratt talking about control and how he keeps the dinosaurs under wraps, even though they are primal creatures.
However, things quickly get out of control when it's revealed "corporate" decided to genetically modify the dinosaurs.
The new dinosaur is bigger than a T-Rex and actually ate its sibling. Check out her devastation in the brand new clip below:
ABC/Kevin Mazur(NEW YORK) -- Ariana Grande and Big Sean are no longer making beautiful music together. The couple has called it quits after eight months of dating.
“They both deeply care for each other and remain close friends,” Grande's rep tells ABC Radio. “We kindly ask that the media respect their wish for privacy regarding this personal matter at this time."
Insiders tell Us Weekly the couple’s conflicting schedules likely contributed to the split. Both the singer and the rapper are currently on tour, making it difficult for them to see each other.
“They made the decision to part ways because their conflicting touring schedules would keep them apart over the next year,” a source says.
Just last month, Sean joined Grande on stage at her Detroit concert. The two performed a couple of songs together and shared a kiss.
Grande and Sean had been dating since August 2014, but only confirmed they were a couple this past October.
Bill Matlock/CBS(ARLINGTON, Texas) — Co-host Luke Bryan took home Entertainer of the Year honors at the 50th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards Sunday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, but it was Miranda Lambert who proved to be the night’s big winner.
The wife of Bryan’s co-host Blake Shelton collected her sixth consecutive Female Vocalist trophy. Miranda’s “Automatic” won Song of the Year, and she also notched her fourth Album of the Year award, for Platinum. She is now tied with George Strait in the latter category.
Speaking of Strait, he was one of seven artists to receive the Academy’s 50th anniversary Milestone Award. The others were Garth Brooks, Brooks & Dunn, Miranda Lambert, Reba, Taylor Swift and Kenny Chesney. They were recognized for their career achievements.
In a particularly touching moment, Swift’s mother Andrea, who Taylor recently revealed via social media is battling cancer, presented the Milestone Award to her daughter, at one point gushing, “Like many of you out there tonight with children of your own, I am a very proud mom.” She also noted that Taylor, who released her first full-blown pop album, 1989, last year, was "brave enough to explore her musical curiosity."
During her acceptance speech, Taylor praised her Music City family by declaring, "I am so happy I learned how to write songs in a town like Nashville." She then thanked the country music community for showing her who they are with the “grace” with which they accepted her decision to go pop.
Garth Brooks also provided one of the show’s memorable moments by using his segment to pay tribute to America’s fighting men and women. He sang “All-American Kid” and, after receiving the Milestone Award from Taya Kyle, the widow of the late "American Sniper" Chris Kyle, he noted, "I'd like ...to thank all of our men and women in the armed forces...protecting our freedom."
Jason Aldean was named Male Vocalist of the Year during the telecast, which aired on CBS.
At the top of the show, Shelton and Bryan revealed that the crowd of 70,252 that filled AT&T Stadium for the ceremony earned a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for “Most Attended Live Awards Show of All Time.”
The duo's third ACM hosting gig was light on comedy. Instead, they made way for the long list of star presenters and performers. One of the few jokes of the night featured Shelton asking Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo to throw a football ball to Bryan, who was wearing gloves. After Bryan caught the ball, Shelton asked Romo if it was one of those deflated balls, referencing the Deflategate scandal involving the New England Patriots earlier this year.
Randy Travis, who suffered a stroke two years ago, was in attendance. His presence was acknowledged by Lee Brice, who also sang a little of Travis’ classic “Forever and Ever, Amen.”
ABC(LOS ANGELES) — Spring break comes to the Dancing with the Stars ballroom on Monday night.
The eight remaining couples will perform dances to various spring break-inspired songs. In addition, the cast will be divided into two groups for a team dance-off.
Judge Bruno Tonioli vows to ABC Radio that Monday's show will provide plenty of spring break fun -- sober spring break fun. He warns, "[D]efinitely no drinking allowed on stage. No, darling, that would be strictly prohibited."
One couple will be eliminated at the end of the show. The two-hour edition of Dancing with the Stars begins at 8 p.m. Eastern time on ABC.
Here's a rundown of the songs to which the celebrities will dance:
Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess: “Waves” by Mr Probz
Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson: “Surfin’ Safari” by The Beach Boys
Patti LaBelle and Artem Chigvintsev: “Heat Wave” by Martha and the Vandellas
Nastia Liukin and Derek Hough: “Summer” by Calvin Harris
Riker Lynch and Allison Holker: “Work It” by Missy Elliott
Willow Shields and Mark Ballas: “Tequila” by Xavier Cugat
Chris Soules and Witney Carson: “Hopelessly Devoted to You” by Olivia Newton-John
Rumer Willis and Valentin Chmerkovskiy: “Bootylicious” by Destiny’s Child
Team Dance-Off #TeamTrouble – dancing to “Trouble” by Iggy Azalea featuring Jennifer Hudson Rumer Willis (team captain) / Valentin Chmerkovskiy Riker Lynch / Allison Holker Patti LaBelle / Artem Chigvintsev Chris Soules / Witney Carson #TeamYOLO – dancing to “Wipeout” by The Surfaris Nastia Liukin (team captain) / Derek Hough Willow Shields / Mark Ballas Robert Herjavec / Kym Johnson Noah Galloway / Sharna Burgess