Dancing With The Stars, Ralph Macchio
May 11, 2011 by Post Team
Dancing With The Stars, Ralph Macchio, Ralph Macchio hurt, but not for votes. He begins to dance again on “Dancing With the Stars.” Macchio many thought would go home late Tuesday after their performances was hobbled by a knee injury. But Macchio gets to stay in the hunt for the mirror ball trophy, thanks to support from the spectators.
But Romeo was not so lucky. He was eliminated. The actor and rapper said the experience changed his life. Romeo said before that he was “terrified of dance” and even dance in their own prom.
Hines Ward, Kirstie Alley, and Chelsea Kane will join Ralph Macchio in the semi-finals next week.
We know that Ralph Macchio not tell when he has a leg injury. If The Karate Kid would defeat the nefarious forces of Cobra Kai dojo with a knee injury, is likely a little dance contest was going to stop?
Much to the dismay of Romeo, Ralph Macchio overcame another knee injury to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. Ralph was 6 points behind Romeo judges score at week 8, and Romeo still was eliminated.
Romeo, Romeo … Why Romeo be removed?
Their general points put him in third place so far this season, only behind Hines Ward and Chelsea Kane. Romeo and Chelsie have been performing dances excellent recent weeks, with only a few stumbling blocks (such as samba) to stop his career Mirror-Ball. What happened?
This may be one of those cases where the popularity comes into play. Romeo does not have enough. Sure, your name and most recognizable face Chelsea (seriously, no one had heard of this girl before Dancing with the Stars?), and only football fans were familiar with Hines earlier this spring. But the name / face recognition are not sufficient. Especially with a star as Romeo, best known for its success as a boy named L’il Romeo.
During the competition itself, the popularity of Romeo did not seem much better. The man began his season with an attitude best described as surly. The shyness and disdain for the competition can evaporate quickly, but were replaced by a still quiet, somewhat arrogant behavior. It was not offensive, but it was unlikely to win over viewers either.
Romeo had stayed in time with amazing dancing, but that’s all I could have saved the face of a fan favorite as Ralph.
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