Relax, we are six weeks away and the pros are still on tour, but we will see most of their smiling faces on April 30. "It’s definitely about evolution rather than revolution. I also want us to come up with ideas that surprise and excite the viewers every week so that they keep coming back for more."“Having the ability to partner and understand that there is affect and effect — calling the pattern, reacting the pattern — is a concept I would love to bring to a platform such as Dancing With the Stars,” he explained on the show.Suede is a huge trend for SS15 with everyone from Derek Lam to Gucci championing the trend, and a dress like this one is a great nod to the trend.A crimson or oxblood suede dress teamed with nude barely there sandals and tousled locks is the perfect way to stand out from a sea of LBDs at your next event.One dancer from each genre will be eliminated each week leading up to the Season Finale. The point of the show has always been to find “America’s Favorite Dancer.” And this means a dancer that can pretty much do it all.The changes to this new season just seem to be backtracking from this original goal. I haven’t been able to confirm Joe Sungkur’s presence yet, but I would be surprised if he’s gone since he’s been Ashley’s producing partner for a long time. Executive producer Ashley Edens-Shaffer is still in the mix and I know she’s been working behind the scenes on Season 26 details.In part, the party was to celebrate Moreno’s upcoming appearances at the John F. There is also serious talk — from Moreno himself — about a similar performance next fall at Carnegie Hall, though no date has been announced.Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D. The rolling party through the Golden Nugget, led by Moreno and his band, showcased luminaries such as Turner (who is never less than fantastic); Travis Cloer, late of “Jersey Boys”; fellow Golden Nugget headliner Clint Holmes (just, wow); violin great De Ann Letourneau; country artist Scotty Alexander, who fronts his own band and for years has performed with Wayne Newton; and guitar hero and studio wizard Pat Thrall, who wrote Pat Travers’ “Smokin’ Whiskey” and whose wife, Zoe Thrall, runs the Studio at the Palms.After Earl Turner spent something like 12½ minutes performing Prince’s “Kiss” in a most funky manner, Frankie Moreno shouted, “Earl! ” So Turner brought the funk for another eight minutes, in a show that lasted three hours, following an earlier show that lasted two.It was like the old days at Golden Nugget on Thursday, as Moreno followed his usual Thursday night performance at the Showroom with an unannounced appearance at Rush Lounge that staggered past 1 a.m.