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The local news station here saw fit to interrupt the beginning of Dancing With The Stars, as if this wasn’t going to be the best episode of the season?
I only have two words for you:
If you’ve never watched DWTS you’ll never know what you’re missing by not seeing Jerry Rice and Len Goodman and Kenny Mayne spoof Sports Center. You. Will. Never. Know.
So, Andrea Bocelli performed. Flo Rida… did something. And then there was the Michael Jackson Immortal (by Cirque Du Soliel) performance. I won’t even pretend like I didn’t get choked up watching that. Like Kanye said, “MJ gone…”.
In the end, all was right in the world and Nancy Grace was sent home. Thank you America. Thank you!
I really try not to complain about the ways in which Dancing With The Stars conducts itself, but… did they really open the show with a church choir?
I’m okay with spending time getting to know the contestants during the results show when it’s only an hour long. ABC should stick to that idea and stop trying to force the home videos down everyone’s throats in between the dancing on Monday nights.
Kelly Clarkson performed. I like her. She’s slowly but surely becoming Adele, no? No. Nevermind. Nobody can be Adele. I also like The Band Perry, minus their wardrobe. Or maybe they were dressed for the 80′s? Yeah. Let’s go with that.
With Hope Solo and Carson Kressley in the bottom two and not Chaz Bono or Nancy Grace, I could have turned my TV off. But, I stuck it out for you. For YOU!
Who Went Home:
Carson and his partner Anna (whose last name I won’t even attempt to murder) got the ax. And now we won’t get to see Carson continue to entertain us with in his videos and interviews or with his “dancing”. Goodbye to all of the entertainment on this show. So long.
Any word on him getting his own show, ABC?
Do you like celebrities?
Do you like dancing?
Lastly, do you have a TV?
If you answered yes or no to any of those questions you’ve come to the right place: Dancing With Some People You Vaguely Know/Remember is back!
I’m going to assume you already know what’s up about this show — rhinestones!!! — and skip right to the important stuff: Derek Hough is back.
Also, Ron Artest from the Los Angeles Lakers and Hope Solo from the United States women’s national soccer team are on the show repping the athletes, and that means Aerys Sports is invested.
Regular readers of The Pulse will recall the turmoil going on in the Kardashian-Odom household, and after tonight there are more unanswered questions than ever, like: Will Khloe be yelling at the judges from the audience on every episode?
Does she get to add Dancing With The Stars to her credits with SAG?
Does Rob really think being on a dancing show with no real purpose, that his sister failed miserably at is going to get him out of his sister’s shadows?
Wait … did KhloMar really just try to sell me on pistachios in that commercial???
Are pistachios on the brink of bankruptcy?
I’m so confused. Hold me.
Where was I?
Oh, the show … if you missed it, you missed another Ron Artest hair-do that only non-basketball fans are shocked about. Hope Solo making me want to watch soccer strictly based on how hilarious her video clips were. Nancy Grace’s partner Tristan not speaking English (but I’d like him to keep talking anyway) while he’s speaking English. Coco Arquette stealing the show from the sidelines. And Maks leaving his shirt on. Oh right, and Brooke Burke got married and hyphenated her name.