It is the end of week nine of Dancing With The Stars, for some like me this goodbye has been long overdue. From the start of the show I did not like Hope and Maks. For one thing, I don’t know anything about Hope except that she’s a soccer player. That’s it. Maks is known for having a cocky attitude and this season was no different than besides having a twin. By the end of the competition Hope started to show her cocky side to the game and from there got some less votes from me.
Although Hope and Maks has a lot more downfalls in their dances, there were actually some dances I liked, which is surprising! Her movie score dance of Toy Story was cute and very good. Halloween week was pretty good too. There was a third dance I liked and it was last week’s dances. I think I liked her Jive more though. They started over and were nice to each other and it wasn’t an intense rehearsal that are known for on the show.
Last night’s show was another story. Not only were they not being like last week, being nice. Hope got a little mad and Carrie-Ann popped off to Maks when they were getting advice from the judges on their first dance of the night. Another thing was Hope pretty much bashed everybody else on the show. That was uncalled for. They needed to go a long time ago. She was even bashed on Twitter last night. So it wasn’t all me. Next week is the FINALS! Who is going to take the Mirror Ball trophy? Rob and Cheryl? Ricki and Derek? Or J.R. and Karina? Your thoughts.
So last night was a new episode of Dancing With The Stars, and the first couple that went was Rob Kardashian and his pro dance partner Cheryl Burke. They had the Quickstep and for their instant dance they had was the Jive. They did an awesome Quickstep as their first dance of the night. Cheryl has never done a instant dance before so they did ths for the first time.
Even though they did really good in both dances. Somebody came back from having an off week last week. J.R. and Karina were almost at the bottom of the leader board last week and this week they got back on top. They had a perfect score for both of their dances. They had the Waltz and the Jive. Ricki and Derek also had the Waltz and the Jive as well and were flawless, despite what the judges said about their instant dance. Carrie-Ann said Ricki looked like she was in and out of choreography a couple of times.
Hope and Maks were good last night. They decided to restart their whole thing. Since they are infamous of having the intense rehearsals. I don’t remember what overall they got last night, but I know they got a 9 in one of their dances. At the end of the Jive last night they were doing a move and the music stopped and they kept on going. Nancy and Tristan had a good first dance. The second was horrible. Len said, “it was like she was Cinderella at the ball and it had struck midnight and it was her time to go.” First off, uncalled for. Gotta say that thank God Tristan’s smart enough to keep his mouth shut unlike Maks.
Throughout last night’s episode I kept waiting for David and Kym to go on and dance and then realized it wasn’t going to happen. Lacey Scwimmer is dancing tonight, she dyed her hair pink and blue. So I don’t know if it’s permant or not but I’ll be on the lookout for her. It’s the results tonight and I have to update my mom on what goes on, but I didn’t tell her much about last night’s until she got home. Might do that if she doesn’t text me five times beforeheand.
This week was Broadway Week, which means everybody would dance to songs from Broadway works. I was surprised how many songs I actually knew. There are now seven cast members now, and I somehow know five songs out of the seven. I was actually proud of myself. The reason why I have Nancy and Tristan on here this time is because I am seriously proud of Nancy tonight! She earned her first nine and high score of the season. It was wonderful and I don’t think I’ve ever been so happy in my entire life.
Something else happened that wasn’t a big shocker since he’s done it before. Maksim Chmerkovskiy got upset while Len was giving advice and pretty much bashing Hope. Maks definitly wasn’t having it and he kind of let loose on the judges, but it was mostly Len that he exploded on. Personally, I don’t like Hope. I love Maks! Hope wasn’t my favorite from the beginning. I don’t hate her because she got saved and Kristin and Mark went home. Although I think her best performance was movie scores night. I thought that was good.
They did a group dance at the end and was literally watching my clock hoping it would go slower because I thought they’d turn to Castle as soon as it turned 9pm. It didn’t thank god! I thought the group dance was better than their individual dances, and I loved the lifts. Bless Derek Hough and Tristan McManus, because neither of their partners (Ricki Lake and Nancy Grace) wanted to do that lifts. Ricki didn’t want to do her’s because Derek has a hurt shoulder. Nancy was just not sure of it. They both did beautifully!
My favorites of the night were Rob and Cheryl, Ricki and Derek, and J.R. and Karina. Although the judges were iffy about Rob’s performance I was completely in love with it. I think it’s between Hope and Maks, Chaz and Lacey, and David and Kym. But I could be wrong. I’ve done it before. They were some good parts of tonight’s episode. Guess who came back? Carson and Anna! Carson came into the group rehearsal and flirted with Maks like always. I was so happy to see him on tonight. Made my night even better. Tomorrow is Tuesday, which means elimination. Who will go home? We’ll have to find out tomorrow.