Part one of the Dancing With the Stars season finale was filled with all kinds of drama including bloody injuries, a tear-inducing, emotionally-charged performance and a web voting malfunction. OK! News: Nina Dobrev Reveals Her Fairytale Life Less than an hour before the show was set to go live, Zendaya and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy found themselves in dire need of a medic when the 16-year-old Disney Channel starlet accidentally jabbed an elbow in the pro dancer's eye during a dress rehearsal. "I was worried when it happened because I could see the blood and I don’t think he could see that he was covered in blood and it was just gushing out," says Zendaya, who is nursing strep throat and had standardized testing for school today. "Every time I looked at him there was more. It stressed me out but he just kept smiling and that means keep going. I’ve definitely learned from this and he’s a champ." OK! News: 'DWTS' Female Finalists Reveal Their Favorite Fashion Moment From The Show Val, who was heading straight to the hospital for stitches after finishing up the press line after the show, was trying his best not to think about the injury. "It’s a very deep cut and they were worried about my sight, because she split my eyelid, but the producers asked me if someone could learn my choreography and I was like, 'Are you crazy? Nobody!," he said. "I’m dancing no matter what. I’ll dance bleeding. I continued that dress rehearsal until the end. The poor kids (who performed alongside Team Zendaya last night) had to see me all bloody. The kids are all smiles and then they see me with half of my face in blood. I felt bad for the kids. But otherwise there was no way I wasn’t dancing tonight." OK! News: Khloe Kardashian Defends Kim's Figure and Speaks Out On Body Image While Val was putting on a brave face, Kellie Pickler and her partner Derek Hough had the crowd, and even judge Carrie Ann Inaba, in tears with their freestyle routine set to Labrinth's "Beneath Your Beautiful." The stripped down performance could be just the thing to secure the duo the mirror ball trophy. "I’m actually so glad she (Carrie Ann) made a comment earlier in the season, 'What you do is so great but I’m not feeling anything. I’m not feeling a connection,'" says Derek. "That actually stuck with me and when I was doing this I kind of played with my mind. I was like you know what, I want this to be an emotional routine. I want this to connect with people, to connect with us. After we finished the routine I felt like we were so in it together and I could feel the audience in it with us. And then I looked over and Carrie Ann was crying and I was like, Ah, we did it!' That was the moment to top off the season for us and it couldn’t have gone better." OK! News: Get Ready To Meet Your New Style Besties Jeannie Mai and Louise Roe Kellie agreed, saying that was the first dance where she felt like she wasn't acting a part. "Each dance that we’ve danced has its special moments and whatnot but tonight, I don’t know, there was so much freedom that I felt," says the country star. "I don’t know if it was just because we got to go out there and do whatever we wanted to do but there were no walls up. I just went out there and it was like I’m just gonna be me and hopefully people like it and if they don’t there’s nothing I can do about it. I just want to do my best and I lost myself in the dance. I felt for the first time I lost myself. I know I sound crazy but there was such a freedom feeling that came over me while we were out there. It felt like it was just Derek and me out there dancing." OK! News: Who's Joining 'RHOBH' In The Fourth Season? Find Out Here! Technical difficulties at ABC.com made it impossible to cast votes through the network website, so fans of the show were redirected to the Dancing with the Stars Facebook page and can also vote via phone and Twitter. Any votes that were cast on ABC.com prior to the malfunction will not be counted in an effort to be fair. Tune in to Dancing with the Stars tonight at 9/8c to find out who will be crowned this season's winner. Who should win the mirror ball? Tell us in the comments below or tweet @OKMagazine.com. Photo credit: ABC
By now almost everyone who really, really wanted to see "Star Trek Into Darkness" has. And those who haven't probably don't care who the villain in "Star Trek Into Darkness" is. That said, we should still issue a perfunctory spoiler warning to those who get queasy at the sight of plot specifics. Not that this is really about whom the "Star Trek Into Darkness" villain is, but rather the insane lengths to which director J.J. Abrams went to cover up and classify this revelation. Homeboy's crazy.Still with us? Great. So, as /Film pointed out, back in December, there was a press event in Los Angeles where Paramount showcased footage from the sci-fi sequel (including what would ultimately be the 10-minute prologue that was attached to select IMAX presentations of "The Hobbit"). One of the sequences that was shown at this event was the scene in the final movie where Kirk (Chris Pine) and John Harrison, er, Khan (Benedict Cumberbatch) shoot themselves out of the Enterprise in these jazzy...
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