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DWTS -- and the departing couple is...

Chaz and Lacey!

And lo and behold, none of us got it right. Apparently our money was on Hope and Maks. But even though they were the last couple standing along with Chaz and Lacey, good ole Tom Bergeron said that they were "not necessarily the bottom two."

I wonder who that might have been...

Oh, well. We get Hope and (Sex-on-a-stick) Maks for another week and we say goodbye to Chaz and Lacey.

Such is the way of the dance.

Ciao Chaz and Lacey. You were a fun couple and we enjoyed it while it lasted.

In the meantime, I will watch you tonight on Jimmy Kimmel live (thank goodness for DVRs!)

But for now, the dance must go on.

See you all next week!

~Belfebe out.

Chaz and Lacey.
Photo Credit: ABC


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Oct. 26th, 2011 07:19 pm (UTC)
I guess other people like when Maks gets all argumentative more than I do, but I won't argue with this week's results. Chaz's choreography isn't as challenging as that of the other dancers and he didn't execute it perfectly, either. While I do think he has potential to be a good dancer eventually, I no longer think he has the potential to be a good dancer before the season ends.

And I do agree that Bruno has been a bit of a bully toward Chaz. Not that I think it affects his standing in the show, as Bruno's scores have been in line with Len and Carrie Ann, but it makes me want to go back and compare the comments from all of the judges again. And even go back to comments about Kyle Massey early in the season before it became obvious that boy could dance.
Oct. 26th, 2011 09:11 pm (UTC)
Yeah, I love Maks, but this was not particularly useful, if you ask me. However, he does have a point. But it was probably not the way to do it.

I like it that he apologized for the "It's my show" remark, and that he didn't for expressing his opinion, although he was out of like when he snapped at Len that it was time for him to retire.

On the other hand, it's evident that Hope is miserable, doesn't "get" the show (as she expressed last night), and the fact that she wasn't a dancer before is no excuse. If you look at the bunch, neiter were Carson, Nancy Grace or even Chaz. But they all have embraced the whole concept and have had a great time. If she doesn't change her attitude, she's not going to last. People don't like it when dancers get cranky and whiny, and no amount of defending from Maks is going to save her.
Oct. 26th, 2011 09:48 pm (UTC)
Do Rob, David, or JR have dance experience?

Ricki had some from Hairspray, though it took her a few weeks to dust it off.

Chynna may have had a little from her career as a musician, and even as she forgot her steps her last night, she still danced pretty well in what she did remember.

I wonder if Hope would have done better if she'd been a lead instead of a follow. A follow needs to submit to the lead, and Hope doesn't do submission well.
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