We have a winner for “Dancing With the Stars”, Hines Ward and Kym Johnson wins the Mirror Ball! I hope the show gets’s an Emmy too, with their elaborate and spectacular production; it deserves an Emmy for their technical areas and the camera crew dancing around the dancers. It was magnificent to watch. Glee was on! I am taping it. I don’t have a DVR. I need one.
Here are the highlights of the show:
Mike Catherwood, Psycho Mike, was a little bit psycho when he auditioned for DWTS troupe members, he wore an outfit of a tie-dye unitard, pink leg warmers and a red headband. He did a weird number, and he got picked to do a dance with his partner Lacey Schwimmer to the song of EMF’s “Unbelievable” and it was unbelievable.
Wendy Williams was great in the beginning, but when she releases her energy to the dance floor all her waggling, wobbling and wooing did not show, but her body shook in all directions. She’s not a dancer, people who are tall and have big bodies can’t dance. However, she lost a couple of pounds. I can’t see it. It must be the waving in her body. She interviewed herself on the show, and it was hilarious to watch “Hi you doing?” Not doing enough.
Super model and all-around beautiful soul Petra Nemcova reenacted her ethereal Week 3 waltz to Josh Groban’s “You Raise Me Up” with pro partner Dmitry Chaplin.
“Girl Next Door” Kendra Wilkinson came outfitted in canary yellow fringe surrounded by a coterie of dancing men for an enhanced version of her “La Vida Loca” routine with Louis Van Amstel. She was shaking it all over.
Chris Jericho and Sugar Ray Leonard reprised their routines with Cheryl Burke and Anna Trebunskaya, respectively, with Michael Buffer making a return appearance and delivering his famous “Let’s Get Ready to Rumble!” love his voice. He should do voice over instead of doing wrestling announcer.
Chris came back to debut another one of his spot-on imitations, this time of Bruno, “rubbing his chest for no apparent reason.” Hey, it got a perfect score from Carrie Ann. “I got a 10!” Chris exclaimed. It was all about redemption in the ballroom Tuesday night.
The Macy’s Stars of Dance was an upbeat number, where the Go-Gos got together. Belinda Carlisle was the best. They sang“We Got the Beat” featuring Cheryl, Lacey and Chelsie in their 1980s best and Maks playing the stripping dancer cop delivered straight from our collective fantasies. Maks is definitely a manly eyeful, but between the all-girl band and the strength of these dancing females, I’ve got to hand it to the girls in this one. Did you catch that Bruno had on Maks’ cop hat in the end? Did he go back when he was a dancer long time ago? Probably reminiscing.
Ralph Macchio and Karina Smirnoff did their crowd-pleasing prohibition-era jive, with the trumpet player looking admiringly on. He said in an interview that if he was selected to go to the finals, he would put some karate moves that he did when he was in the movie “Karate Kid”. Better next time.
Romeo danced for the kids. He and pro partner Chelsie Hightower performed a quite moving and effective waltz? to Whitney Houston’s kids’ anthem, “Greatest Love of All.” Romeo was dapper, and quite impressive with the lifts. Chelsie’s flowy skirt was mesmerizing. It got me. I love her dress. And there was a children’s choir.!
Sarah Palin? Her daughterBristolwasn’t dancing in the show. Did she get into the wrong show? American Idol was on, she could have gone to that show.
Chelsea Kane was the little miss dynamite and her dance partner got third place. I wanted her to win, but Kristie Alley got second place. However Hines won anyway. Or is it my Ketchup?