Ron Artest and Meta World Peace left the stage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As soon Metta World Peace and Peta Murgatroyd danced, we all know that he was going home. His dancing did not show any potential, either that his name rhyme with his dance partner Peta. He should have kept his original name –Ron Artest or Pedro.

The night was full of surprises.

Nancy’s grace did a tremendous job; she was having fun on the dance floor. She was light on her feet and the outfit.Nancy was wearing sparkle on her dress. She was close to be eliminated, but she was safe.

George Clooney’s ex-girlfriend Elisabetta Canalis was safe. However, her performance wasn’t that great enough. Probably, the men voted for her to keep her in the running.

Carson Kressley was enjoying watching and the perfect song. His dance partner Anna Trebunskaya was fantastic together. If she can keep up withCarson, they would be great.

Chynna Phillips and J.R. Martinez shared the top spot for their respective waltzes. The dance seems like a bigger challenge for the ladies, so they both did good.

Just shy of the leaders, and also rocking the Viennese Waltz, are Hope Solo and Ricki Lake, who did great the other night. Kristin Cavallari did a great Cha Cha Cha of the night.

The surprising of the night were David Arquette and Chaz Bono. Chaz was an incredible dancer and he was light on his feet too. Please make sure to vote for Chaz Bono and make the haters jealous of him. Chaz can dance. Courtney Cox was there to support him.

Rob Kardashian did great too. His dancing ability was good and his name too. Would Chole Kardashian be banned from the show even though she yelled at the judges in defense of her brother? Probably not.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The surprising couple of the night was Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli dancing on the table while LMFAO performed their ubiquitous song, “Party Rock Anthem”

Tom Bergeron was shocked to see them dancing on the desk and it’s a rental!

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