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May 16

People Search Trends: Dancing with the Stars

by Vanessa • May 16, 2012

News Flash, People Search

Peta Murgatroyd and Donald Driver ABC's Dancing with the Stars Season 14, Episode 14 The six remaining couples perform two dances

It’s the ballroom competition that sweeps America off its feet and on to the couch. Three couples are headed to the finals next week. Last night was a jam-packed episode with performances by Alanis MorissetteJulianne Hough with her Rock of Ages cast mates Diego Boneta and Mary J. Blige, and Carrie UnderwoodMaria Menounos and her professional dancing partner Derek Hough had to say goodbye to the Mirror Ball Trophy.

Maybe you’ve watched them Samba or perhaps the only moves you’ve seen from Donald Driver have been in the end zone? Either way, here’s a closer look at the remaining three contestants on season 14 of Dancing with the Stars.

William Levy: paired with two-time DWTS champion and most recent runner-up Cheryl Burke, the Latin-American soap opera star and heart throb is taking the USA by storm. (Bonus: William Levy was also one of the recipients honored in the Hispanic Heritage Youth Awards sponsored by Spokeo who shared the stage with our founder, Harrison Tang!)

Donald Driver: the GreenBay Packers wide receiver known best known as a Super Bowl champion and three-time Prowl Bowl player is paired with New Zealand native and pro dancer Peta Murgatroyd.

* Katherine Jenkins: a Welsh lyric mezzo-soprano and classical-popular crossover singer. She is currently overcoming a back injury but is set to dance in the finals with partner and two-time DWTS champion Mark Ballas.

You can watch last night’s performance-packed episode on the ABC Website.

Stay tuned for more people search trends and news of the day on the Spokeo People Search Blog

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