Recap: 'Dancing with the Stars' Performances - The Top 6

Recap: 'Dancing with the Stars' Performances - The Top 6

But let’s move on, because we have someone new and exciting squeezing onto the judges table. And I do mean squeezing, because there’s really not room for four people and Carrie Ann keeps having to turn sideways so Len can stick out his elbows. But I guess it’s worth it, because our guest judge is sixteen time undefeated Latin chanmp Donnie Burns, a living legend of ballroom. Of course, Tom has to ask him what he thinks of ABC’s little dog and pony show. Nobody does entertainment like you Americans, Donnie says, although the truth is we do entertainment pretty much exactly the way they do ballroom dance competitions in England and New Zealand right down to the set. I mean, I’m sure ABC spends more money, but still, it’s not like they’ve reinvented the wheel. Len informs us that he’s been judging Donnie for over 45 years, which makes Donnie squinch up his face a bit. I don’t think he was expecting Len to make him feel really, really old in the first five minutes of the show. 

Anyway, it’s time for the dancers to split into two teams for a group dance. There will be Team Chelsea and Team Hines and a playground team picking process that is probably entirely scripted, but we can dream. Oddly, Romeo is last picked for Team Chelsea. Hmmm. While I’m not ruling out the very probable likelihood that Chelsea and Hines had no say as to who went on which team anyway, if Romeo is warming the bench for more legit reasons I have to believe he’s just an incredible pain in the ass. He’s just too good not to be snapped up first or second pick. Read More...


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