Dancing Stars Latest Results

March 28, 2012 by staff 

Dancing Stars Latest Results, Martina Navratilova is out. In the behind-the-scenes footage we saw that the tennis pro was extremely upset by her performance on the dance floor. While the routine was a lead-footed disaster, it’s still sad to watch a former champion and living legend felled by a lack of ability to jive in a bedazzled tennis net shirt.

But don’t feel too bad for Martina. While she won’t be able to add a Mirrorball Trophy to her award case, she’ll always have her 18 Grand Slam singles titles, 31 Grand Slam women’s doubles titles (an all-time record), and 10 Grand Slam mixed doubles titles to keep her warm at night.

Most Obvious Riding On Coattails: While everyone on the planet (maybe the solar system) loves Laura Ingalls Wilder, Melissa Gilbert has not proven herself to be especially likable or skilled at dancing. Luckily for her she was paired with perennial fan favorite Maks Chmerkovskiy. Every week that Melissa survives despite a dismal performance is due to Maks and Halfpint’s legacy.

Biggest Surprise: Despite having some of the highest scores, tween sensation Roshon Fegan and pro Chelsie Hightower were in jeopardy of being sent home. While the duo was ultimately safe, if you ever wondered about this show’s demographic, here is a hint: Old people don’t recognize Disney stars.

Best Onstage Duo: Trick question! The only duo onstage tonight was Sugarland’s lead singer and Matt Nathanson performing their song ‘Run’ together. I give it an 8.

Most Obvious Sucking Up for Votes: During his five minutes on the show tonight, Urkel a.k.a. Jaleel White couldn’t help but mention that he has a two-year old daughter who he needs to feed and clothe. Can you please keep him around so he can pay the bills?

Best Way to Avoid a Riot: Don’t kick Latin heartthrob and telenovela star William Levy off the show so he can come back next week and dance the salsa with partner Cheryl Burke. If he doesn’t win this competition, his many and vocal fans will cut someone. Probably Len.

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