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skatesindreams
10-12-2011, 03:18 PM
:lol:

If only.

Is this ever really a dancing competition?

That said, someone occasionally surprises. (Apolo).

Chaz's message has been sent, and received.
It should be time for him to go; but, Cher's fanbase is huge.
They will probably keep him in.

WindSpirit
10-12-2011, 03:27 PM
I'm OK with Nancy Grace staying, because I only watch Tristan. :D Who cares about Nancy Grace? It's all about Tristan. And his chest hair. :swoon:

Bye Chynna. I think people didn't like the fact that she was so overscored more than that she screwed up so badly. If she got poor marks, I bet more people would have voted for her out of pity. So I think the judges hurt her more than helped her.

I was hoping it would be Rob's time to go, though. BTW, Bruce Jenner looks like a different person. Again. A few more cycles and maybe he's going to get his original face back. His family must miss him, they haven't seen him in decades.

As much as I enjoy watching Derek, his sister, not so much. She did all the moves but I was waiting for her to start dancing and she never did. I can't remember the last time I felt such disconnect between what someone was doing and what they were supposed to be doing.

Carson's reaction to not going home was sweet.

Chaz is out of his element. I wonder what difference would it make if he wasn't so fat.

danceronice
10-12-2011, 04:53 PM
I was hoping it would be Rob's time to go, though. BTW, Bruce Jenner looks like a different person. Again. A few more cycles and maybe he's going to get his original face back. His family must miss him, they haven't seen him in decades.


Thank God I was just LIFTING the mug of hot coffee when I read that and hadn't actually taken a sip. I have a lecture to give this afternoon; I can't short out the laptop with the power point on it with spewed coffee.

Though one of the 'hidden gems' this week was apparently Jenner lip-syncing along with Tom's teleprompter and I couldn't recognize him the picture, so you may actually have a point...

Given some of the aside comments from some of these photo bloggers, I somehow think Nancy is staying less on the strenght of her show viewers and people who hate Casey Anthony (not that there isn't a gigantic overlap in THAT Venn diagram) than on the strength of people who want Tristan and his chest hair to stick around another week. (When I mentioned I was voting for Nancy or rather for Tristan, my new pro actually said "Ooooh" like that and I had to explain, no, no, just good old fashioned ballroom nepotism.)

Cheylana
10-12-2011, 05:17 PM
I skimmed the dance and results shows on my DVR. Looks like Derek can do no wrong. They really should rename this show "Dancing with the Houghs."

Maybe - ala MK - Derek will win so many times that they'll rename the Mirrorball Trophy the Derek Hough Mirrorball Trophy. :lol:

As for Chaz, I can't get worked up about it. Every season there is always some awful dancer who overstays his/her welcome because of a crazy fanbase that wants to make a point. It infuriated me when Bristol Palin was around, but now I'm just resigned to it. Whatever.

my little pony
10-12-2011, 05:21 PM
lots of people here voted for bristol because they liked her in spite of her mother, not because of her

every lady in my office is voting for chaz. i can assure you none of them is doing it to make a point. they just really like chaz as a person.

Matryeshka
10-12-2011, 05:21 PM
Chaz is out of his element. I wonder what difference would it make if he wasn't so fat.

Even though he's still a very large guy, he looks like he has lost quite a bit of weight around his middle. You can see it if you compare last night's episode to the first episode. The first episode is also the only episode where he danced and was not bad. It was kind of surprising--a lot of us were all for him at that point. I went back and checked the thread. :P

So while I agree that his weight is probably an issue on the faster dances, I don't think it's entirely or even mostly because of his weight. Unlike the other stars, he doesn't seem to enjoy being there AT ALL. He seemed disappointed that he wasn't in the bottom and was the only one in the package last night who didn't make some comment to the effect of as hard as it is, it's worth it and I'm glad I did it. Chaz seems so defeated, and that IMO is a bigger issue than his weight.

love skating
10-12-2011, 05:26 PM
I didn't mind Kristen leaving last week since I didn't care for her, but I loved Chynna. :(

Fridge_Break
10-12-2011, 05:28 PM
every lady in my office is voting for chaz. i can assure you none of them is doing it to make a point. they just really like chaz as a person.

On the way to work this morning, the radio station I was listening to mentioned, "our two favorites were safe last night, Carson and Chaz," in a way as though she was speaking for the whole listening area, like the general consensus of who likes who based on people that have called in to talk about the show.

nubka
10-12-2011, 05:36 PM
I skimmed the dance and results shows on my DVR. Looks like Derek can do no wrong. They really should rename this show "Dancing with the Houghs."

Maybe - ala MK - Derek will win so many times that they'll rename the Mirrorball Trophy the Derek Hough Mirrorball Trophy. :lol:

As for Chaz, I can't get worked up about it. Every season there is always some awful dancer who overstays his/her welcome because of a crazy fanbase that wants to make a point. It infuriated me when Bristol Palin was around, but now I'm just resigned to it. Whatever.

Yes, but even though she wasn't that great, she could still dance circles around Chaz. :blah:

Yazmeen
10-12-2011, 06:04 PM
:EVILLE:
I skimmed the dance and results shows on my DVR. Looks like Derek can do no wrong. They really should rename this show "Dancing with the Houghs."

Maybe - ala MK - Derek will win so many times that they'll rename the Mirrorball Trophy the Derek Hough Mirrorball Trophy. :lol:

OOH, let's have DWTS do that and just like with the USFS Michelle Kwan Trophy he would never be allowed to win it again!!!!! :EVILLE:

rfisher
10-12-2011, 06:08 PM
Even though he's still a very large guy, he looks like he has lost quite a bit of weight around his middle. You can see it if you compare last night's episode to the first episode. The first episode is also the only episode where he danced and was not bad. It was kind of surprising--a lot of us were all for him at that point. I went back and checked the thread. :P

So while I agree that his weight is probably an issue on the faster dances, I don't think it's entirely or even mostly because of his weight. Unlike the other stars, he doesn't seem to enjoy being there AT ALL. He seemed disappointed that he wasn't in the bottom and was the only one in the package last night who didn't make some comment to the effect of as hard as it is, it's worth it and I'm glad I did it. Chaz seems so defeated, and that IMO is a bigger issue than his weight.

I get the impression he wanted to do the show to make a point, but planned on leaving early on. I agree that he's not invested in staying on the show.

skatingfan5
10-12-2011, 06:13 PM
:EVILLE:

OOH, let's have DWTS do that and just like with the USFS Michelle Kwan Trophy he would never be allowed to win it again!!!!! :EVILLE:But the USFS didn't remove MK's eligibility for the award until she had won it 7 times. Could you really stand Derek winning another 4 times?!? :P

kwanfan1818
10-12-2011, 06:32 PM
I get the impression he wanted to do the show to make a point, but planned on leaving early on. I agree that he's not invested in staying on the show.

Watching some of the people who, to me, look like thirty-somethings, but are actually in their 40's, I wonder how much of this is the physical toll this is taking, and how much pain and discomfort they are in.

skatesindreams
10-12-2011, 06:51 PM
I get the impression he wanted to do the show to make a point, but planned on leaving early on. I agree that he's not invested in staying on the show.

I wish that his "supporters" would realize that; and send/allow him to go home.
The point he was trying to make could be lost, if he becomes a "joke".

danceronice
10-12-2011, 06:56 PM
I think he made his point: has anyone, anywhere, not called him a "he" since day one? He's a he, he dances as a he, we all view him as such....but he's not fun to watch dance!

Bristol was nice, tried hard, and like Nancy seemed to actually learn to dance (not do showy stuff, but dance well, which which was down to Mark teaching well.) Kyle didn't have Jennifer Grey's technique, he wasn't getting votes for being hot, but he was good and he was joyful. EVERYONE left besides Chaz is a better dancer except possibly Carson, and Carson just brings sheer delight. He's like a kid who can't believe he's at Disney World and having a great time.