Abc Dancing With The Stars Voting Online

October 25, 2011 by staff 

Abc Dancing With The Stars Voting Online, Sparks flew on the dance floor of ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars” tonight, when the head judge Len Goodman and pro partner Maksim had an exchange Chmerkovsiky irritable after a review of the disappointing World Cup star Hope Solo.

Tonight was the night in the other seven contestants danced famous Broadway songs, and for the first time this season 13, performed a group dance.

The night began with dancing couples, and the judges were openly honest.

Said Rob Kardashian fun cha-cha (in “Walk Like a Man” from “Jersey Boys”) motion lacked charisma.

Goodman describes the performance of the personality of the reality television as “clean” and “accurate”, but said it was stiff and without rhythm. Kardashian got 22 points from 30 possible.

Nancy Grace received positive reviews for his foxtrot chipper out to “Always Look on the bright side of life” from “Monty Python’s Spamalot.”

Carrie Ann Inaba described the performance of Grace “sensational” and Bruno Tonioli said Grace captured the feel of the music. Goodman, who smiled widely at run time, also praised Grace, but noted that despite its humor and charm, the routine lacked certain techniques foxtrot.

Grace scored 24 points.

Actor David Arquette channeled John Travolta when he did a quickstep to the song “We Go Together” from “Grease”, but the judges said it was a bit out of sync with your partner, Kym Johnson. He earned 23 points.

“I got so crazy out there,” said a smiling Arquette co-host Brooke Burke Charvet in his best impression of Danny Zuko. “I did my best.”

Dancing a paso doble “Luck Be a Lady Tonight” from “Guys and Dolls” was Ricki Lake to give justices of universal praise. In fact, Inaba went so far as to call the lake style, sophisticated routine “poetry in motion.”

The former talk show host – who was always at the top of the leaderboard until the actor JR Martinez took first place last week – scored 29 points.

Chaz Bono performed the tango to the theme of “The Phantom of the Opera.” Although Goodman was credited to complete the routine, Goodman said the dance was not suitable for Bono’s personality. The judges also said that the activities necessary to provide more content and better technique at this stage of the competition.

“It was like watching a little penguin trying to be a large and menacing bird of prey,” said Tonioli Performance Bonus, drawing some boos from the audience.

Bono was highest scorers of the night with 19 points.

Hope Solo dances a Rumba to the song “Seasons of Love” from the musical “Rent.” For judges, the dance fell flat.

“This is the worst dance of the season, in my opinion. I am very disappointed,” Goodman said, noting that it was only leading with your heel.

Only when the couple, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, said the hearing focused on the entire journey of the couple, not an aspect of the performance tonight, Goodman began to say he had been in business for 50 years, only to Chmerkovskiy is being cut by irritable comment: “Maybe it’s time to leave.”

Inaba immediately took exception to the explosion: “Do not be so disrespectful,” she replied in Chmerkovskiy.

Only got 20 points.

When Martinez took the floor, the paso doble is the public getting their feet in appreciation.

“Bob Fosse would have been proud,” said Inaba.

He earned 29 points, tying the lake for the top spot this week.

In the dance that followed, the judges gave positive response. That did not score the dance group.

A star will be voted in the morning show, until the three remaining competitors celebrities and their partners in the battle for the championship.

Singer Chynna Phillips, reality TV star Kristin Cavallari, Elisabetta Canalis Italian model and champion of the NBA World Peace Metta (ex-Ron Artest) has been voted the show this season.

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