'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Stripping Away the Guilt

Pull the shades! Monday was Guilty Pleasure night on Planet Mirrorballus. "The guiltiest pleasure of all is ballroom dancing," said Tom Bergeron, speaking to Dancing With the Stars viewers directly about our reality TV addiction. Silly Tom. That guy just always wants to talk to me.

One of the greatest GPs of all time? That band of brothers Hanson, who had the huge hit "MMMBop" in 1996. All of their hair is darker now, and their voices are lower and all mature. Why aren't they still 13 years old? This is totally unfair. When I realized it was Hanson that was producing the vague sound of Lionel Richie's "Hello," I honestly nearly died. It was the combination of pure glee-horror and the ensuing knowledge that these boyz who became men would be doing this again and again throughout the show that nearly did me in. Murder on the Dance Floor! (Seriously, watch that after you're done here. I declare it required viewing for DWTS fans.)

I loved how Tom kept calling Hanson's snippets "a touch of [whatever the song really was]." The whole thing was so ridiculous that it completely worked for Guilty Pleasures night. There was no disco-ball mold of Lionel Richie's head, but there were enormous bubbles. Read More...


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