At the end of the day …. “Bindi and Derek’s Viennese Waltz: DWTS”!!


~~November 11, 2015~~ 


I love this show.

It’s so much more now because of Bindi.

I think she is a refreshing ray of sunlight, a genuine child who has grow before our eyes.

She has shown stamina, talent and so much more.

I can’t help but smile when I see her perform.

As I watch this dance, I get goosebumps and feel a tight knot in my throat and feel tears of emotion start to flow.

I wish her the best now that the semifinals are upon us.



Bindi Irwin waltzes into perfection on Dancing With The Stars again

Bernard Zuel
Senior music writer

Can you improve on perfection?

It seems you can if you’re Bindi Irwin and the American TV network hosting Dancing With the Stars.

Already a favorite of viewers and judges, Irwin and her dance partner, Derek Hough, performed a traditional Viennese waltz to the song “Roses And Violets” on this week’s episode. Well, ok, “traditional” if blindfolds had been de rigueur on dance floors along the Danube 200 years ago, but this is not the time to quibble.

In any case, Irwin and Hough, didn’t just impress, they earned perfect tens from each of the judges who had been left gibbering in their wake.

The performance also secured her a place in next week’s semi-finals.

As one judge put it, “every week you’re so flawless” and another gushed that watching it had been like “watching a sunrise”. Luckily though the declaration from the third judge that the dance “spoke for itself”, didn’t quite hold, much to the relief of the show producers who still had some time to fill.



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Those who have been keeping a Bindi eye on the competition so far, a perfect score is both rare, for others, and becoming commonplace for the daughter of the late Steve Irwin, who has received the honor three times now.

Bindi and Derek have won the top score in the competition seven out of the past nine weeks.

It isn’t that long ago that this pair earned perfect scores from the three regular judges and guest adjudicator Olivia Newton John, for a dance set to, and modeled on, “The Time Of My Life” from the film Dirty Dancing.


Breathless and beaming after her dance, and before the scores were announced, Irwin showed her shaking hands and said “this dance has meant so much and it’s so beautiful … that I can’t stop shaking when I’m doing it”.

Irwin thanked Hough via Instagram over the weekend.

“Even when I’m super tired he gives me strength and encourages me to keep trying my best and always believe. You’re the greatest big brother I could ever ask for,” she wrote.

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~Viennese Waltz~

DWTS Season 21 Week 9

Bindi Irwin and Derek Hough

~Published on Nov 10, 2015~

Bindi and Derek danced a breathtaking Viennese Waltz to the song “Roses and Violets” by Alexander Jean (a duo group consisting of Mark Ballas and his girlfriend, BC Jean).


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To start the day …. “Friends of the Earth”!!


~~February 18, 2015~~ 


Meryl Streep, who in the late 1980’s raised awareness on pesticides and forming the group “Mothers and Others“, took the opportunity to speak at this charity concert in aid of the protecting the environment. “An Evening with Friends of the Environment” featured celebrity mothers Olivia Newton-John, Bette Midler, Goldie Hawn, Cher, Meryl Streep, Lily Tomlin and Robin Williams (“the other in mother and others”). Filmed at the LA outdoor Greek Theater before a live audience, the celebrity cast sang What a Wonderful World at the concert’s finale.

“My friends and I are so very, very happy that you came here tonight to be with us on this warm, beautiful evening – in Los Angeles, in 1990. We’ve been sitting here tonight, perched on the edge of a mountain, on the rim of a continent, at the beginning of a new century. In ten years it will be the year 2000. I don’t know, maybe it’s just me, but … how come ten years ago seems like twenty minutes – and the year 2000 seems like about thousand miles away.

I was thinking about where I was ten years ago.


Ten years ago I just had my first baby, and just had my first hit movie “Kramer vs. Kramer“. And I remember every Thursday I would put all the garbage and all the food and the cans and the bottles and the papers and everything, in one big plastic bag and I take it down to the street and it would just go away.

I don’t know where.

I think to New Jersey? That was back in the old days when they had landfills. But after Thursday I don’t know where they took it. I really didn’t think it was my problem, not like I do now.


Back then, I did think that I was environmentally conscious person. I heard then that sometimes there were steroids in the beef, so we ate a lot of fish. Since the oceans were pristine, we believed that we were eating clean. So much has changed since then, you know, that I wonder, what ten years from now, how things will be different.

My little girl said to me, “Momma, what will they have when I’m a grown-up, that we don’t have now?” And I think, she had in mind one of those personal proportion backpacks that just lift her off to the beach and back in three minutes. But what I wanted to say to her was that she would never have to worry, that her baby would get skin cancer from being out in the sun, because we would have done everything in our power to restore the Ozone layer. And I wanted to tell her that she’d be able to jog through town and take deep gulps of fresh air and not think two things about it.

And I wanted to tell her that she’d wake up to the sound of songbirds and that she could drink from the rivers. I think that might be just a mother’s dream. But one thing is certain: Whatever changes do occur in the next ten years, for better or for worse, is up to us. Right now. It’s not too late, but there is no time to wait. Thank you for coming”.

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