‘This is Us’ Chrissy Metz Stars in Upcoming Faith-Based Film

Miracles still happen. That is the message of the faith-based film, Breakthrough starring This is Us’ Chrissy Metz. Based on Joyce Smith’s book, The Impossible: The Miraculous Story of a Mother's Faith and Her Child's Resurrection, Breakthrough tells the true story of an event that happened just four years ago.

Metz plays Smith whose 14-year-old son falls through the ice of a Missouri lake. He was trapped under water for 15 minutes and even after he was rescued, he had no pulse for 43 minutes. All seemed lost and Smith was told to come in and say her goodbyes to her son as there was no hope for the boy. But Smith refused to give up and continued to pray for her son’s complete recovery, even in the face of every case history and scientific prediction. Not only did her son come back to life, but he is alive today telling his story.

Directed by Roxann Dawson and produced by DeVon Franklin (Miracles from Heaven), Breakthrough also stars Josh Lucas, Topher Grace, Mike Colter…

Guess Who Took Home the Mirror Ball Trophy?

Sharna Burgess, James Hinchcliffe, Artem Chigvintsev, Jenna Johnson, Jake T. Austin, 
Sasha Farber, Terra Jole, Allison Holkder, Jana Kramer, Emma Slater, Gleb Savchenko, 
Laurie Hernandez, Rick Perry, Valentine Chmerkovskiy, Amber Rose, Calvin Johnson Jr., 
Maureen McCormick, Vanilla Ice, Ryan Lochte and Lindsay Arnold (ABC)
In what seems like just a week ago that season 23 of Dancing with the Stars had just got started and now a new winning couple has been crowned. The final three couple competing in tonight’s broadcast were gymnast Laurie Hernandez and Val Chmerkovskiy, race car driver James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess and footballer Calvin Johnson Jr. and Lindsay Arnold. But before the winning couple could be announced, tributes to all of the other dancing pairs had to be represented as well.

Filmed partly in the DWTS ballroom and partly at the retail center, The Grove, the night featured musical performances by Vanilla Ice, Kenny “Babyface” Edmunds and Jana Kramer (who all competed this season as well) and Andy Grammer.

As has been the tradition in recent seasons, the competition ended with one final routine called the “24-Hour Fusion Challenge” where the three remaining contenders had less than 24 hours to prepare and perform one last dance.

When it was all said and done, Laurie Hernandez and Val Chmerkovskiy danced away with the prize.

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