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DWTS: Watch Vanilla Ice cha cha to 'Ice Ice Baby'

It didn’t feature quite enough cha cha for judge Len Goodman, but Vanilla Ice’s first performance on Dancing with the Stars was definitely a showstopper.

Clad in what he described as an “OG throwback” outfit, Ice and pro Witney Carson brought the house down with his cha-cha-light number to his 1989 mega-hit. He didn’t seem to skip a beat when performing his hip-hop moves, as evidenced by the huge response from the crowd (and the tears in his eyes after he finished). 

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Vanilla Ice on today's pop culture: 'There's nothing that really defines this generation'

When EW connects with Robert Van Winkle, the man better known as Vanilla Ice is having a hell of a Wednesday. “Sorry I’m a little late,” the 48-year-old musician says. “We were on a helicopter — it’s a little hard to hear anything.” But Van Winkle’s back on the Miami soil he calls home and once he sorts out his chips and salsa situation, he’s ready to dish about his upcoming stint as a headliner on the I Love the ’90s Tour that kicks off April 15 in Greenville, South Carolina.

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Vanilla Ice, Salt-n-Pepa to lead I Love the '90s tour

Vanilla Ice, Salt-n-Pepa, Biz Markie, and more are bringing the ’90s back in a nostalgic new tour, I Love the ’90s. Following a string of sold out shows, the retro trek returns April 15, bouncing from Greenville, South Carolina to Jackson, California and back. Each stop features a rotating docket of the decade’s most iconic musicians, including All-4-One, Coolio, Color Me Badd, and the like.

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What comes after the one-hit wonder?

In honor of National One-Hit Wonder Day, we took a look at 10 one-hit-wonders from the past 35 years and how their next single after the hit performed: Turns out “Who Let the Dogs Out” wasn’t Baha Men’s only single, and Los del Río’s second attempt at remixing “Macarena” barely stuck. See what followed their career-defining hits below.

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CES 2014: Vanilla Ice, Shaq, Mark Cuban, and more talk hot tech trends -- VIDEO


With more than 150,000 attendees and 3,000 exhibitors, this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas proved to be one of the biggest in its history. Some of the biggest trends included 3-D printers, wearable tech, headphones galore, 4K, and curved TVs.

And while the Super Bowl of Tech boasts industry professionals, techies, and early adopters, the conference is also known for its fair share of celebs endorsing the next big brands and products in tech.

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'Vanilla Ice Goes Amish': Yes, this really is a TV show


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Stop, collaborate, and listen: Ice is back with a brand new reality show. It’s called Vanilla Ice Goes Amish, and it’s about – you guessed it – professional punchline Vanilla Ice (a.k.a. That’s My Boy star Rob Van Winkle) learning construction from an Amish community in Ohio.

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