Travis Fimmel: Clive can do tricks with his swords too, but he doesn't fight with swords [on the show]. TF: I know the boys are really tight, and the girls.
CS: It's a tough one to call though, anyway, because we all have different weapons and I've got a sledgehammer. TF: Yeah, they took it to the next level, didn't they? And then, the next script comes out and you're like, woah, OK!
I come to the realization that I just need to walk away and that it’s not worth the trouble. Okay, I added the italics above, but “best friends” my ass!
The dance was gorgeous and passionate and was clearly about something more than a platonic male friendship.
The few times two men actually dance together, the concept is carefully spelled out as romantic.
It’s “Two princes going to war,” “Two beat boys fighting over the same girl,” or “Two regular joes playing baseball!
In the rehearsal clip in fact, they went out of their way to describe the relationship between the two dancers as “best friends.” right now where I need to move on, and even if it does hurt Kent I just really need to move forward. Travis: When Kent gets stabbed in the back it’s a pain in your heart, your stomach, you want to throw up.
And he turns around and looks and he’s like, “You’re not gonna get away with this.” Kent: I decide that I’m not gonna put up with this and actually do fight back.
Below, see what Travis Fimmel (Ragnar Lothbrok), Clive Standen (Rollo), and Alexander Ludwig (Bjorn Lothbrok) had to say about what's coming this season, who's the biggest flirt on set, who looks best without a shirt, and much more. CS: Some of the tattoos are really hard to describe, because what's great is that Tom Mc Inerney, our makeup designer, he researches the tattoos from original Scandinavian and norse artifacts, or actual runic scribe.
But what can be terribly frustrating is how the judges (in particular Nigel Lythgoe) seem hellbent on playing up the romantic “chemistry” aspect of the couples’ dancing.
A lot of the choreographed pieces are eroticized duets. ), and male dancers who fail to look like they want to sexually devour their female partners seem automatically penalized and discounted.
It’s been two years now since this adorable pair got together, and they made their dancing debut together this summer on Oxygen’s “All the Right Moves” reality show. She did catch me checking her out in the hallway once… He did a triple take and Ade [Obayomi] called him out on it.
Allison: I didn’t just make one move—I made, like, : It’s surprising you two hadn’t met before. Our good friend [and Season 2 contestant] Ivan Koumaev had a party and invited a bunch of us.