DWTS 2010: October 4 recap and scores – Too close to call

DWTS 2010: October 4 recap and scores – Too close to call

Last night we were already at Week 3 of Dancing with the Stars 2010 and last week we saw Michael Bolton leaving the show in a rather controversial way after Bruno Tonioli’s comments about him caused some upset. Both Bolton and many of the viewers at home thought Tonioli had gone too far, although Bolton was the obvious choice to be sent home. However for this week’s show it will be difficult to find an obvious person to be voted off.

Last night’s performances were supposed to tell a story and first off was Jennifer Grey and Derek Hough with a Samba and they scored another 24/30 according to Ryan Christopher DeVault over on Associated Content, so they are certainly consistent. Next up came Florence Henderson and Corky Ballas with a good Waltz that scored them 20/30. Kurt Warner and Trebunskaya then took to the floor gaining a 23/30 for a great Foxtrot, one of the best performances of the night.

Margaret Cho and partner Louis Amstel danced an odd Samba but still managed to get 18/30 while Audrina Partridge and Tony Dovolani danced a beautiful and graceful Waltz to score an impressive 26/30. Partridge has now put herself truly in the frame for this season of Dancing with the Stars. Now I was one of those that found Bristol Palin’s dance more than corny for her first performance of the show but last week I had changed my mind when she danced a really great Quickstep to score a 22. This week though was not so good when Palin and Mark Ballas danced a rather forgettable Foxtrot which scored 19/30.

Brandy and Maksim Chmerkovskiy danced a lively Samba which scored 24/30 and they were followed by Kyle Massey and Lacey Schwimmer whose Waltz scored 23/30. Next came The Situation partnered by Karina Smirnoff with a Foxtrot that gained them 20/30. The last couple to compete was Rick Fox and Cheryl Burke and they earned a score of 24/30.

This week is going to be much more difficult to predict who gets sent home as there really isn’t much in it at the bottom of the scoring. Margaret Cho scored the lowest but personally I’d be sad to see her go as she adds some real personality to the show. For more on this go to associatedcontent.com. Who do you think might be voted off in tonight’s results show? We’re always interested to hear what you have to say about Dancing with the Stars so please do send in those comments and share your opinions.

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  • Theresa STaudinger

    Like many things, the show has gotten to big and mean spirited and so many people I know feel as I do. The harsh and rude judging on these non professionials after all their efforts it inexcusable, rude and just sickening to watch these people humilitated after working so hard. When did it become this horrible mean spirit instead of watching people grow and learn a little bit about dance and have constructive comments from the judges. Now your announcer dresses with her boobs hanging out and the judges compete to see who can be the rudest.
    Why would the stars subject themselves to this? The fun is gone except for seeing the actual dances. The rest of the ego party is sickening to watch and listen too. This is my last season………enough is enough.

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