After the big opening dance number, host Tom Bergeron and co-host Erin Andrews announced their own March Madness: Tonight would be a double elimination. The pairs ousted were based on last week’s judges’ scores plus the votes of the viewers, none of the carry-over votes like last season. This is great for those who did a terrific dance in Week 1, but terrible for those overwhelmed by nerves and two left feet. Kicking things off, Drew Carey and Cheryl Burke were told they were safe and then that they would dance first. Hard to tell if the two knew that was coming, or not. They danced the jive and Drew did a good job of the kicks and flicks. Head judge Len Goodman told Drew that if the entertainment was judo, he would have a black belt.
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Xi told Trump at a meeting at the Great Hall of the People Thursday: “We believe that Sino-U.S. relations are a matter of the well-being of the peoples of the two countries as well as the peace, prosperity and stability of the world.”. Xi said China was committed to working with the U.S. on North Korea, Afghanistan and other issues of international concern. Xi says relations were at a “new historic starting point” and that China is willing to work with the U.S. “with mutual respect, seeking mutual benefits, to focus on cooperation and control our differences.”.
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She’s also absolutely dynamite on the microphone. Those who only know Jepsen from “Call Me Maybe” — which, let’s face it, is the majority of the general public — certainly haven’t heard all she has to offer. In the live arena, however, she’s able to more fully showcase her versatility and power. The vocalists who she most reminds me of are Jewel and Kelly Clarkson. Of course, Jepsen closed her show with “Call Me Maybe,” a fitting farewell that sounded no less sweet for having heard it roughly a bazillion times before.