Here we are, week eight. We’ve said goodbye to The Hoff, Michael Bolton, Margaret Cho, The Situation, Florence Henderson, Audrina Patridge, and Rick Fox. Unfortunately, I was not recording
Kyle Massey - The way she talks to him, is so awesome. Her expectations of him shine bright because when he gets out there, he takes over the dance floor. He was graceful, elegant, and pure fairytaleish. (Thank you Carrie Ann for agreeing with me.) When they performed their Instant Dance, I was just as blown away as the judges. He just gets better every time.
Jennifer Grey - Missed this dance. “Instant Dance” was unbelievable, but is she on something? She always seems so “spacey” when they’re talking to her. Must be some good painkillers.
Kurt Warner - While I watched them dance together, I never saw the “connection”. I didn’t feel like they showed any emotion toward each other. Kurt doesn’t get physically close to her
because his cranky wife would bitch at him because he’s a good ol’ religious boy. If he could get past that, I would have a higher score for him each week. Their Instant Dance was as good as it could have been. I truly believe it brought out the best in him.
Bristol Palin - I found myself unable to look away. Seeing the intensity in both their eyes is what drew me in. By far her best performance yet. This weeks most improved award goes to them. Instant Dance: Whoa mama. Waay too much shaking. They could have put a few more dance steps instead, but I understand they were under a time constraint.
Brandy - Missed this dance, too, but I caught the Instant Dance. I loved the dance, but the end was horrible when they walked off cheering at the crowd. What was that? Max embarrassed Brandy, but I’m not here to focus on that. :-/
My vote: Bristol (based on seeing three of the five dances) My vote to go home: Jennifer
As always, please remember that these are my opinions. If you don’t agree with them, don’t leave me nasty comments. I’m always up for a good debate, but no need to be nasty.