Dancing With Stars Results

April 13, 2011 by Post Team 

Dancing With Stars Results, Despite a decidedly mediocre performance by Kendra Wilkinson – Kirstie Alley and printing Cinderella loses her glass slipper during presentations this week – the Chelsea Kane and Sugar Ray Leonard who were in the bottom two of Dancing with the Stars on Tuesday night.

But DWTS host Tom Bergeron reminded the audience that the last two are not necessarily the bottom two.

Poor Tom, he reminds viewers each week and you cannot help wondering why we are not allowed to know that the last two really are. This is how the ETAP to cover the path of the second least favorite couple from the United States, or is an attempt to create suspense? In the latter case, it might be more effective if ETAP selected two more even “bottom two.”

While in a season that is unfortunately lacks star-power, former boxer Sugar Ray Leonard has the advantage over Disney actress, Chelesa Kane. And although the performance of Sugar Ray, loving Viennese Waltz Nutcracker with pro partner Anna Trebunskaya was his best moment of the season, the chances of Chelsea Kane beating him this week was unlikely.

Despite judge Len Goodman Chelsea strung partner, Mark Ballas for his choreography nontraditional Viennese Waltz Harry Potter set to music, were the highest scores and selected to carry out repeated late on Thursday. And everybody knows that in a magical face-to-face, the Sugar Plum Fairy has no chance against Harry Potter.

When I-cannot-be-classy Kendra Wilkinson and her partner Louis Van Amstel were announced as safe, I was pretty sure that Sugar Ray would be to go this week.

This does not mean they do not bother to spend, the U.S. is still buzzing about the shocking elimination on American Idol Pia Toscano. But traditionally, ETAP has been more predictable than that of American Idol is really a surprise that strikes you on the most unpredictable voting audience: middle-aged women or millions of teenage girls? Enough said.

Sugar Ray Leonard took his elimination with grace, without a hint of drama making its competitors week after week. If Kendra Wilkinson were struggling with the concept of class, could learn a few things to see Sugar Ray Leonard.

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