Hey everyone! Ok, let's cut to the chase....Dancing with the Stars. Stage in the round. Acoustic Night. 2 sets of score. YAWN.
Is this really necessary? I mean, changing the stage and an acoustic only band?? C'mon! That's not the only change tonight, and now we have to endure 2 sets of score tonight. One set for technique and the other for performance. So it was best out of 60 tonight. Listen, the original formula works, so let's please stick to that!! However, once again we were in for some great dances and some train wrecks. However...I am shocked to inform you...there were more great dances tonight!
The night started off with everyone's good-looking uncle, Kurt Warner and his partner Anna T. They danced the Rumba. Kurt shocked us tonight by giving us some great hip action. The crowd was screaming whenever he shimmed his hips slowly from side to side. As a Christian man he sure knows how to be sexy. GOOD GOD is right. Although he got a 34 out of 60, 15 for technique and 19 for the performance, he is still one of my favorites.
"Story Night" was the theme on tonight's Dancing with Stars and with the dramatic exit of Michael Bolton last week, tonight's show lacked the drama but made for some interesting and not so interesting dance routines.
Up first was the front runner Jennifer Grey. Surprisingly she was a little out of sync at times, but she is so damn like-able that you can for sure over look those little fumbles. She and her partner Derek Hough did a "student has a crush on the teacher routine". It was cute, but honestly, it wasn't really memorable to me. I think she really should have sexed it up with a sexier outfit or something...it just lacked the excitement we have been used to from her. But she managed to score a 24 out of 30, so good for her!
OK, let me say I don't think in 3008 they will be doing the Fox Trot to "Boom Boom Pow" as well.
The Situation did the Fox Trot to "Boom Boom Pow" on Dancing With The Stars last night.
Check out the Sitch n let me know what you think.-Dr.FB
Nurse IV back with my review of DTWS...week 2....or shall I say WEAK 2
Coming off of the shock of the Hoff getting turbo boosted off the show, I was looking forward to tonight's show.
Lets start off with the highly handsome Rick Fox and Cheryl Burke -- They danced the Jive to the song "Tush". I am sure the ladies wanted to see the Fox's tush, instead, the 6'7 former Laker gave us some impressive dance moves. The jive, being such a fast dance, Foxy didn't miss a step! I was surprised by his energy and so were the judges, but they did criticize him somewhat...but being they were the first couple to perform...they got an underestimated 21 out of 30.
The Situation had the ammunition this week on Dancing With The Stars for sure this time.
A step up from last week's performance with Karina Smirnoff.
Check it out above and let us know "The Situation" you are feeling.-Dr.FB
We knew when Margaret Cho was staying on early in the show that David Hasselhoff was in trouble and we were right. He had a "Situation" with him in the final 2 but you knew the Jersey Shore had enough GTL (Gym Tan Laundry for all you gooks who did not know that) in him to stay.
We had to watch a somewhat funny clip of Adam Corolla before a few good musical performances from Daughtry, Santana and India Arie.
We think what may have hurt "The Hoff" was having to follow Jennifer Grey, the one we are rooting for.
Now we won't be able to see Hasselhoff's daughters.
So what do you think? Should David Hasselhoff have been eliminated?-Dr.FB
I was a little skeptical when I heard the list of celebs for the 11th season of Dancing with the Stars. However, after tonight's premier, I am hooked! They are all so mediocre and kinda boring, that there is no stand out...and that makes me want to see who in the hell is going to win this year.
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