DWTS Season 11 – Week 5: Bristol Palin Receives Lowest Score
ABC’s popular reality TV series “Dancing with the Stars” is now into its fifth week, and we’ve already seen contestants such as The Situation and Margaret Cho eliminated from the competition. After receiving the lowest judges’ score, could Bristol Palin be next to go home?
According to Laurel Brown over at buddytv.com, last night’s performance episode saw the remaining contestants perform their chosen routines to TV show theme tunes. First up on the dance floor were Brandy and Maksim, who danced the Quickstep to the “Friends” theme.
The judges were definitely impressed with Brandy’s performance, and gave her an overall score of 27. The next performance came from Florence and Corky, who danced the Tango to “The Brady Bunch” theme. Florence received an overall judges’ score of 21.
Kurt Warner and his professional partner Anna Trebunskaya were up next, performing the Quickstep to the “Bewitched” theme. This is another performance that the judges appeared to like, and Kurt ended with a score of 24. Audrina and Tony took to the dance floor next.
Their Rumba – which was performed to the theme for MTV’s reality TV series “The Hills” – earned them an overall score of 23. It was then Kyle Massey’s turn on the dance floor, performing the Foxtrot to the “Charlie’s Angels” theme with his partner Lacey Schwimmer.
Len wasn’t impressed with his performance at all, describing it as a joke. Kyle received a total score of 20 points. Rick Fox was up next, dancing the Rumba to the theme from “Hill Street Blues.” His performance scored him an overall 24 points.
Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas were up next, performing the Jive to the theme from “The Monkees.” They both took to the dance floor dressed in monkey suits, but they didn’t stay on very long. Bristol’s performance unfortunately only earned her an 18.
The final contestant to show off her dancing skills was “Dirty Dancing” star Jennifer Grey. She and Derek Hough performed the Foxtrot to the theme from “Married, with Children” and although it was a good performance, it definitely wasn’t one of her best. She scored 25 points overall.
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