Monday, October 11, 2010

Dancing with the Stars - Review - Week 4

Welcome back readers. Here we are, week 4. We’ve said goodbye to The Hoff, Michael Bolton, and Margaret Cho. Who will be next? Enter…The Peanut Gallery.

Dancing with the Stars - Review

  1. Kurt Warner - Uh, first off, I’d like to say that (in my opinion), his wife is a b***h. She may not be, but when she has to say things like “reminds me of our dating years” and “you thought the grass was greener on the other side but then when you realized it wasn’t, you wanted me back”, on national television, it’s just inappropriate. Now, watching a tree try to sway gracefully is a funny thing, but he pulled it off. I agree with the judges about the strange arm/hand movement, so he better start working on that. It’s only going to get harder. He is still a sexy man.
  2. Brandy - I.LOVED.IT. She was fantastic. The chemistry shot from their fingertips and radiated like a glow. I could go on and on, but the words I have to say about this wouldn’t do it justice. It was simply wonderful. I think this week I’ll be voting for them.
  3. Rick Fox - Boring. I was completely bored watching them dance. I couldn’t keep my attention on it, so had to rewind it twice. It wasn’t bad, just boring. The lifts were done well, probably due to his size, but there wasn’t any chemistry between them. I hope they fix that.
  4. Kyle Massey - This was interesting. Footwork…HUGE improvement. His hand work was a bit strange and sloppy at times, but there was passion flowing between them. I saw no “little boy” in him this week and was ultimately impressed.
  5. Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino - What a mess! The more he messed up, the more nervous he got, no doubt, but at least they got through it without hurting each other. I’d definitely be okay with seeing him walk…right off that stage. Enough time spent on him. Moving on.
  6. Florence Henderson - Oh, wow. What can I say about this that doesn’t make me come off like a completely judgmental b***h? This was horrible. Her legs were very strange, her feet moved awkwardly, her hips looked like they didn’t move at all, and her facial expressions were kind of scary. I just didn’t like it.
  7. Jennifer Grey - Woooo hooo! I love it. She was fab.u.lous. They moved in sync. Every tap, tap, tap was better than the last. Perfect leg movements, perfect arm movements, perfect facial expressions. Just pure perfection. I might have to rethink my decision on who to vote for.
  8. Bristol Palin - They are sooooo gonna do it, if they haven’t already. Her hips just don’t move. What is her deal?
  9. Audrina Patridge - Eh. She has talent, so it’s hard for her to do bad.

My vote: Jennifer Grey     My vote to go home: The Situation

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.


  1. I overall agree with your opinions. Jennifer has been my favorite this whole season. It's time for The Situation to head back to Jersey!

  2. Lol @ "...back to Jersey!" Totally agree.

  3. The nicest thing I can say about The Situation is that he isn't as irritating as he was at the beginning. He has toned the cockiness down, now that Len has cut him down to size a bit. I can tell he's really trying. But the compliments stop there. He's still terrible. If he doesn't go home this week, who will?

    As much as I like Florence, I've got to say that the novelty is beginning to wear off. This week I enjoyed the rehearsal footage much more than I enjoyed the actual dance. I'm not going to withdraw my vote just yet, but she needs to pick up some steam, or her dancing days will be numbered. That said, I do think she dances well for a 76-year-old.

    I'm trying to come to grips with the fact that Derek Hough will probably get his third trophy this season. I have been irritated with the fact that he always seems to get the pick of the litter when it comes to celebrity partners, but the fact that he is such a good teacher must have something to do with his success. Sometimes I harbor a secret wish that Audrina Patridge will overtake her so that Tony can finally nab that trophy, but when the finals come around, I have a feeling I'll eventually break down and support Jennifer, if I can get over my silly partner complex.

    Maybe when the next Season of DWTS rolls around, I should start a blog about it, since I seem to have plenty to say.

  4. I look forward to your commentary every week, so if you do start a blog next year about it, it'll be great!

    I haven't watched the show in previous years, so I can't have an opinion on how many other trophies someone has won. I'm not even certain how the pairing of partners is decided. Seems it should be the "draw from a hat" sort of thing, but in Hollywood, is anything fair?