Dancing With The Stars Recap: Dancing Duel Dumps A Good Guy Recap and Commentary by RTVC Staff Writer Melissa Stavarski
April 18, 2012
He'll be missed.
Last night's Dancing with the Stars results show left me feeling angry.
I’m angry with the three stooges with paddles, Derek Hough, Selena Gomez, Jaleel White, and Brooke’s asymmetrical dress.
Before we get to hear any results, Len names this week’s encore performance. It’s Maria and Derek’s Salsa.
My anger starts early in the show. First, I don’t think this performance was worthy of a second watch. I think any of the three Argentine Tango dances would have been a better choice.
Got thoughts? Post them at the end.
Second, why would the judges make Maria dance when not necessary given her fragile, half-broken body?
Third, since the judges lack that forethought, I wonder if Derek could have declined the spot for the sake of his partner.
But, alas, that would keep him out of the spotlight and that’s not going to happen any time ever.
Their dance looks the same, obviously. Only, instead of kissing each other, Derek kisses Carrie Ann and Maria kisses Bruno.
The first group to hear results includes Maria and Derek, Melissa and Maks, and Gladys and Tristan.
Maria and Derek are safe. Melissa and Maks are safe. And Melissa says a bad word. Gladys and Tristan are also safe!
The judges introduce the Dance Duel that will be forced upon us this week.
The bottom two couples will dance the same dance to the same music at the same time in front of the judges, hoping for a second chance. The judges choose who stays and who goes.
Len says, “We’re trying to safe guard the integrity of the dancing.” Sometimes good dancers get lost in the shuffle and end up being voted off too soon. The Dance Duel will help to eliminate that unfair scenario for a few weeks.
Train performs “Drive By” from their new album while Cheryl and Louis dance.
Next, Sheila E. performs. Then, Selena Gomez sings “When the Sun Goes Down” and she isn’t that good. The poor girl should stick to acting.
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