Carrie Ann Inaba

October 27, 2011 by staff 

Carrie Ann Inaba, “Dancing With the Stars” judge Carrie Ann Inaba is the only judge with a Twitter account and this week it was decided to use to respond to criticism of 13 week season controversial Broadway.
For those who missed the drama, Inaba and fellow judge Len Goodman was critical of star Hope Solo. When Maksim Chemerkovskiy, partner of Solo, tried to get the audience boo, Goodman defended himself saying: “Half of the blame is yours.”

This comment was Chemerkovskiy in a tirade, explaining that she had been dancing professionally for years and was tired of the inconsistent judging. “With all due respect, this is my show. I help make what is,” he said, inciting controversy over the jury’s decision.

The next night, he said he erred when he called “my program” but does not apologize for none of these other comments.

Twitter Inaba statements right after show on Monday, trying to clear the air.

“For your information: Every person has different capabilities in ETAP,” she wrote. “Each trip is unique to each participant and each of ten looks a little different Other Information: … I forgive you because they know better the scores are locked before we speak So we have noted before that spoken words ”

While Len Goodman is on Twitter, told Access Hollywood Tuesday how he felt about the debacle.

“I was a little aggrieved at the time, but now I’ve slept on it, and I’m sure Maks has slept in it,” he told Access Hollywood. “What you say is so true. I am the defender of all professionals, I think all the professionals who do a fantastic job.”

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