Scott Disick: Watch Sofia Richie Dancing in Her Underwear!

Scott Disick and Sofia Richie are still together, folks. And they're looking positively domestic.

The self-described Lord filmed a video of Sofia dancing in panties in his kitchen, as you'll see below. And she's dancing to her dad's music, which adds a whole other complicated layer to this.

You'll have to decide — is the video fun and festive and playful, or is it creepy?

Your opinion of the video will probably be based on what you think of Scott Disick himself.

Is Scott Disick a creepy older man taking advantage of a teenager … or is he just living out the fantasy of most straight men?

Or, quite frankly, is it both?

(It might be both)

We've heard that Lionel Richie hopes that Sofia and Scott split, so we know what side her dad takes in all of this.

Let's just hope that he misses this particular video.

There's no questioning that Sofia Richie looks gorgeous.

She's a 19-year-old model.

Also, she's dancing around in a santa top and she's not wearing any pants. But hey, a red top and white panties makes for a festive Christmas color scheme, right?

Scott Disick might be genuinely in love with Sofia … or she might unwittingly be some sort of revenge for Kourtney finding happiness with Younes Bendjima.

In the first part of this video, which Scott decided to share with the world, he appears to be tossing ice cubes, which Sofia is catching and tossing into the sink.

They're just goofily messing around. If you forget about their huge age gap or how Scott spent most of 2017 before settling on Sofia, you'd think that it's just a cute video of a girlfriend and boyfriend.

Which is what it is. It's just that the girlfriend is 19 and the boyfriend is 34.

If you don't feel like doing math, 19 x 2 is 38, which means that Sofia is literally half the age of Scott's ex and baby mama, Kourtney Kardashian.

At the same time, though, Sofia's an adult. Are critics of the relationship infantalizing an adult woman who can make her own decisions?

It's the second part of the video — where the dancing puts her panties on full display for the camera and therefore for Scott's many, many followers — that really has people talking.

Sofia's dancing looks great, don't get us wrong. And she has very muscular legs.

But she's dancing to her dad's music — when Lionel Richie is scared to death by her current relationship.

A little awkward, even if she claims that her dad totally supports her relationship choices.

The creepiness level — Scott filming a teenager's sexy dance while her father's voice sings — may be more unnerving than their age gap, quite frankly.

Scott Disick is a complicated man. More complicated than you'd imagine for a dude who drank and banged his way through 2017 in order to try to get over a breakup.

And Sofia, despite her youth, is an adult. She has actual thoughts and feelings and desires of her own, and perhaps shouldn't be reduced to "Scott Disick's hapless girl-toy."

When you watch this video below, which version of their relationship do you see?

A cute couple celebrating the holidays or a man showing off his nubile young conquest, flaunting her in the faces of everyone he dislikes?

And, again, might it be both?

Scott disick look at sofia richie dancing in her underwear

Kobe Bryant’s Name ‘Keeps Coming Up’ for ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ Says Derek Fisher

Kobe Bryant … in the ballroom?? Maybe.  With “Dancing with the Stars” doing a full sports-themed competition with athletes next season, Derek Fisher told TooFab.com “Kobe’s name keeps coming up.” “He loves the show. He and the family watch…


Dancing With the Stars Finale Results: The Winner Is …

Dancing With the Stars’ 25th season has come to an end. 

Monday night, Drew Scott was eliminated, leaving Lindsey Stirling, Frankie Muniz and Jordan Fisher as the last three celebrities standing.

Who hoisted the Mirrorball trophy to close out 2017?

Let’s break down the final performances of the season… 

Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas – Jive – “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” by Wham!

Lindsey and Mark went with one of their more popular numbers for the repeat round. Before the performance, Lindsey opened up about her struggle with anorexia and depression, before taking to the stage. 

What was great about this round was that it let them put all of the comments from the judges back when they performed the number into this new iteration of it. 

It secured the duo a perfect score, and it was well deserved. They were simply breathtaking. 

Score: 40/40

In the dance fusion round, they went with a Cha Cha/ Tango Fusion, and it was, once again, a rock-solid performance from the duo. Given that they had a mere 24 hours to learn it, they performed it well. 

Score: 30/30

Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson – Argentine Tango – “Angelica” from Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

It’s crazy to imagine that Frankie could have been clipped early on in the season. He has taken all of the feedback on board and wanted to ensure he performed to the best of his ability. 

Despite several meanders along the way, his first performance on finale night was excellent. Everything about it was polished, and the movements were on point. 

Score: 30/30

They then performed the Foxtrot/ Tango for their dance fusion section, and it slowed down considerably. They had 24 hours to learn it, and that was pretty obvious. 

It was not as good as their first number of the night, and their score suffered as a result. 

Score: 28/30

Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold Samba – “Mi Gente” by J. Baldwin and Willy William

Jordan is the gift that keeps on giving. He has dealt with a whole lot of rejection in his life, so being on the stage and getting perfect scores must be a good feeling for him. 

It was almost as though the judges were running out of things to say about him because, well, he had been getting praise all season long. 

Score: 30/30

Jordan’s final performance with Lindsay was a Salsa/Paso Doble fusion, and it was another delightful performance for the pair. If these two don’t win, then there will be hell to pay. 

Score: 30/30

Can we just stop for a second and chat about how much filler the episode had? Yes, we know the holidays are coming, but we could have done without half of the stuff that happened. 

As expected, Frankie and Witney secured third place in the competition. 

Then, we found out that Jordan and Lindsay secured the win over Lindsey and Mark!

That’s a wrap on Season 25! What do you think of the results?  

Sound off below!


Dancing With the Stars Recap: It All Comes Down to THIS

Dancing with the Stars Season 25 has come down to four celebs vying to add their names to prestigious list of Mirrorball trophy winners.

Heading into the finale Monday night, only Drew Scott, Lindsey Stirling, Frankie Muniz and Jordan Fisher remain in the ABC competition.

With a spate of injuries, shocking eliminations, Maks drama and perfect scores, it’s been another great season – and a total crap shoot.

From the very start, it looked like Jordan and Lindsey were the co-frontrunners this fall, but all bets are off heading into the grand finale.

Dark horse Frankie has beaten the odds all season, and all he does is keep advancing, while Drew has ridden a huge fan base to the end.

Who would rise to the top and who would fall short with the stakes so high? Whose scores were highest, and whose fans will turn out?

Drew Scott and Emma Slater – Paso Doble – “Get Ready” by Rayelle

Drew and Emma have been improving all season long, and the redemption round performance proved they were still improving. It was a solid Paso Doble, but it seemed like they were trying to do a little too much in too little time. 

Score: 36/40

When it came to the freestyle round, they danced along to “The Ding-Dong Daddy of the D-Car Line” by The Cherry Poppin’ Daddies. Their performance continued to improve, and they proved they were worthy of their place at this stage of the competition. 

Score: 39/40

Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson – Foxtrot – “I Won’t Dance” by Frank Sinatra

Frankie has had quite the time during the process. From revelations about his past, to new details about his dancing technique, it’s been a fun ride. His performance on Monday’s spectacular was another solid one. 

Score: 38/40

Their freestyle to “Run Boy Run” by Woodkid was more of the same. It was not memorable, but it was not terrible, and the judges seemed to lap it up. 

Score: 38/40

Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold – Charleston – “Bad Man” by Pitbull feat. Robin Thicke, Joe Perry, and Travis Barker

Jordan and Lindsay have been handed perfect scores multiple times throughout the course of the season, and that’s because they know exactly what is expected of them. 

Score: 40/40

The news was the same when they went with a freestyle to “Puttin’ on the Ritz 2017 (Jazzy Radio Mix)” by Taco feat. tomX. It was a well-polished number that solidified their status as the ones to watch when the winner is announced. 

Score: 40/40

Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas = Quickstep – “Barflies at the Beach” by Royal Crown Revue

Lindsey and Mark realized they needed to up their game if they wanted to be in with a chance of winning the competition, and boy, they did so with their Quickstep performance.

It was fast-paced, and filled with exciting set pieces. 

Score: 40/40

They then went with the Freestyle to  “Remember the Name” by Fort Minor feat. Styles of Beyond/ “Palladio” by Escala. It was another solid performance … and another perfect one. 

Score: 40/40

Drew and Emma and Frankie and Witney were revealed to be in danger, and Drew and Emma made their exit right before the finale. 

Find out tonight who will win the season!


Dancing With the Stars Results: Who Will Make the Final Four?

Dancing with the Stars Season 25 is already past the midway point, and the competition is becoming tougher with each passing week.

Heading into the home stretch, only Drew Scott, Victoria Arlen, Lindsey Stirling, Frankie Muniz and Jordan Fisher remain in the field.

Who would survive to dance another week?

Let’s break down the routines!

Drew Scott and Emma Slater – Tango – “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)” by The Proclaimers

Is it just us or has Drew continued to go from strength-to-strength? Who would have thought he would be in the final five after his mediocre performance earlier in the season? The duo clearly wanted to do something different, and that explains the song choice. 

They were both in sync, and it was apparent they wanted to go out dancing if this was their final night. 

Score: 24/30

The duo then tried to copy a routine that was first performed in Season 17. It was originally performed by Corbin Bleu and Karina Smirnoff with Witney Carson. The surprising thing was that Drew managed to keep up with Emma. 

You would not believe they were copying another performance entirely. They made it their own. 

Score: 24/30

Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy – Contemporary – “To Build a Home” by Cinematic Orchestra feat. Patrick Watson  

This performance was one of those ones that will be remembered for years to come. The chemistry was off the charts, and it was hands down their best performance of the season.

After weeks of circling the drain, they found an exciting way to show off their talent together. The judges were enamored with it. 

Score: 27/30

They then moved on to perform a routine by Amber Riley and Derek Hough from Season 17, and that was an even better fit for them. Maybe they should have been looking the back catalog of solid performances. 

This was the type of performance that deserved a perfect score, but it got close to it. 

Score: 29/30

Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold – Argentine Tango – “Brother” by NEEDTOBREATHE feat. Gavin DeGraw

These two have been the ones to watch all season long, so it’s difficult to watch them fluff their performance in such a manner. The chemistry was just not there during this performance. Did they have an on-set incident or something?

They still secured praise from the judges because of their other performances this season. 

Score: 28/30

Things improved when they performed an old Paige VanZant and Mark Ballas number, and it was almost like they fixed what was wrong because it gave them another perfect score!

Score: 30/30

Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas – Contemporary – “Head High” by Alexander Jean

Mark went with a song from his own band with his wife. He was not trying to plug it, we hope. There was something emotional about the whole performance. Maybe it’s because he and Lindsay have struggled to become frontrunners this season.

They were in sync throughout and proved that they had taken all of their feedback on board which is all we can ask for at this stage. 

Score: 29/30

Their chemistry continued to be off the charts in a rehash of Meryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy’s Season 18 dance number. They went all-out with their costumes, proving they had something to prove. 

Score: 28/30

Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson – Salsa – “Shake” by Yin Yang Twins and Pitbull

These two have yearned for a place further up the leaderboard all season long, but this song was not the best choice for them. It had the potential to make them sink or swim, and they did something around the middle. 

The judges noted that Frankie was trying to make the performance work, but it did not happen for them. 

Score: 25/30

Their iconic dance performance took us all the way back to Season 4 for a number from Apolo Anton Ohno and Julianne Hough. They went for a step-by-step rehash of it, and it failed in part due to Frankie not being able to keep up with Apolo’s fast-paced moves. 

Score: 26:30

Victoria and Val and Frankie and Witney found themselves in the bottom two after the performances, and Victoria and Val were let go. It was a real shame when you consider that they gave it their all during this performance episode. 

What do you think about all of it?

Sound off below!


Dancing with the Stars Recap: Who Got TWO Perfect Scores?!

One duo has emerged as the ones to watch as we approach the conclusion of Dancing with the Stars Season 25. 

They managed to score two perfect scores, solidifying their status as the best dancers in the competition, but who lost their place in the competition?

Was it another shocking elimination?

Let’s break down the performances!

Terrell Owens and Cheryl Burke Charleston – “Bad Boy, Good Man” by Tape Five (feat. Henrik Wager)

Terrell Owens had a lot to prove on the episode. He needed to prove that remaining in the competition was the best move, and nothing could prepare us for his fast-paced moves. 

Despite a hiccup in rehearsals, it was a wonderful performance that solidified his status as a competitor. 

Score: 27/30 

The trio round found the duo joining forces with Kelly Monaco and performing the Ruma to “Slow Hands” by Niall Horan. It did not work as a trio number, and it proved that sticking to a duo is still the best way to go. 

Score: 24/30

Drew Scott and Emma Slater – Waltz – “Both Sides Now (Torch Songs)” by Years & Years

Drew and Emma have been all over the place throughout Season 25. Every time it seems they are ready to become contenders, they find themselves put back down the leaderboard. 

Their most recent performance was not great. For this part of the competition, they should be doing better. Drew’s confidence is rearing its ugly head, and that will likely send them out of the competition quickly. 

Score: 22/30

Rashad Jennings joined them for the trio round, and they performed the Cha Cha to “Get Up Offa That Thing” by James Brown. It was a much better performance. But Drew struggled to keep up, and they were gifted with a better score than they should have been. 

Score: 25/30

Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy – Argentine Tango – “Down” by Marian Hill

Victoria wanted to prove that she was a worthy competitor to win the trophy, and that involved her oozing some sex appeal into her performance. 

The performance was decent, but it was very clear she was uncomfortable, and that hindered them from emerging from the pack 

Score: 24/30

Laurie Hernandez joined forces with them for the trio round, and they performed the Jive to “Magic” by B.o.B. This one was intriguing because Laurie and Val won together. 

There was a severe lack of fluidity from Victoria, and that could prove detrimental to her winning the whole competition. 

Score: 24/30

Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas – Samba – “Morning Drums” by Gregor Salto

Lindsay was a woman on a mission during the latest episode of this ABC juggernaut. She was ready to prove that she could rise from the doldrums, and she did so in winning fashion. 

Her pain appears to be well and truly gone, and her performance with Mark benefited from it. Their timing was on point, and that’s the most integral part of the competition. 

Score: 26/30

Kristi Yamaguchi returned to the stage after nine years for the trio number, and it was a resounding success. They went with the Jazz to “Let’s Face the Music and Dance” by Seth McFarlane. 

Everything felt very fluid, and the three danced very well. 

Score: 28/30

Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson – Viennese Waltz – “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran

Frankie’s dancing has been up and down over the past few weeks and he wanted to come out roaring after his Halloween spectacular. While it was fun, it lacked the finesse of their previous efforts. 

Score: 26/30

Alfonso Ribeiro joined in the fun at the trio round. They performed the Jive to “Good Place” by Leo Soul. Alfonso noted straight off the bat that Frankie needed to be more confident if he wanted to win the competition. 

These words of wisdom helped and Frankie emerged as the best part of this trio. 

Score: 27/30

Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold – Quickstep – “Chuck Berry” by Pharrell Williams

Jordan has already proved that he is the best dancer of the season, and the judges were enamored with his latest performance. Knowing a thing or two about dancing works wonders. 

The performance was one of the best of the season. 

Score: 30/30

Fellow Disney actor, Corbin Bleu joined them in the trio dance. They all got along like a house on fire and Lindsay wanted to make sure they were all on the same page. 

All three of them were in sync, and the judges lapped up the performance. It was delightful. 

Score: 30/30

Terrell and Cheryl and Frankie and Witney were revealed to be in danger. Yes, we were shocked to the very core about Frank and Witney, but they lived to dance another day.

Terrell and Cheryl lost their place in the competition!

What did you think of the dances?

Dancing with the Stars continues Monday on ABC!


Dancing with the Stars Fans Cry “SEXISM!” Over Latest Results

Dancing with the Stars treated viewers to quite a treat the night before Halloween, as two contestants were sent packing on Monday night.

Indeed, the ABC competition scared up a stunner when both Nikki Bella and Vanessa Lachey were eliminated.

pair of women

The results were announced not long after Bella and partner Artem Chigvintsev earned 24 points for their Jive and after Lachey and Maksim Chmerkovskiy earned the same score for their Paso Doble.

Not great tallies.

But not terrible ones, either.

(This special Halloween installment also featured the first team dances of Season 25.

Team Monster Mash – including Jordan, Lindsey, Terrell and Nikki – scored 24 out of 30; and Team Phantom of the Ballroom – comprised of Victoria, Frankie, Drew and Vanessa – earned 30 out of 30.)

At the end of the episode, some viewers were left shocked that two stars got the boot – while others were left shocked over which two got the boot.

Specifically, a contingent of the Internet believes the gender of these stars played a key role in their elimination.

Yes, Dancing with the Stars is now facing accusations of sexism.

“An extremely sexist show!!!” someone with the handle @Mieczyslaw wrote after witnessing a pair of early-season favorites go home, adding:

“This protection with male artists must end!”

We had no idea such a protection existed.

Has Dancing with the Stars been under a sexism microscope in the past?

“I’m sorry but the two eliminated teams from #DWTS got screwed,” @kmf409 Tweeted. “I think there are two male stars who should have gone before either.”

It appears as if a number of fans think Terrell Owns and/or Drew Scott should have been eliminated long before either Lachey or Bella.

Especially when you consider that Scott took a tumble on stage last night.

“#DWTS really there is no way Terrell and Drew should of stayed over Nikki and Vanessa,” exclaimed @tylllah92, who believed the results to be “straight BS.”

The user @reneesbellas agrees:

“PLEASE do not try to come for me and tell me Drew Scott & [Terrell] deserved to stay over Nikki Bella & Vanessa Lachey That’s a damn lie.”

And while not every critic believes sexism was to blame for this outcome, some pointed to long-standing chatter that Dancing with the Stars is rigged.

“Never believed in the rumours of #DWTS being rigged until this season & I’m not just being petty…,” one Twitter user wrote of the latest elimination, while another chimed in as follows:

“Rigged. Nikki Bella was cheated. We know her fan base and scores.”

Who would rig the show?

Why would he or she rig it against Vanessa and Nikki? It’s unclear.

Are you buying any of these claims?

Do you think there was anything legitimately fishy about these eliminations? Sound off now!