I'm surprised no one mentioned this already (unless I missed it): Apparently Rob Kardashian is in some hot water for insinuating that there are married stars and their married partners that are having affairs. He was asked on an LA based radio show if he and Cheryl were a couple. He denied that, but then added the statements about others hooking up.
My favorite moment of the week was how Kim Kardashian didn't get up for Rob's standing O right away until she realized the camera was on her. A little green-eyed monster here perhaps, since he is doing a hell of a lot better than her???? He's been the biggest surprise for me, I'm really starting to enjoy watching him; he so enjoyed his dance with Cheryl.
"Once you've skated together long enough, and you're really good friends, you can close your eyes, put your hand out and she's right there." Joe Dolkiewicz, 2011 US Novice Pairs Bronze Medalist
Chaz looks and acts "ready to go".
I don't think that he had any idea of how physically demanding DWTS is..
He seems miserable.
Now that his message of Transgender acceptance has been delivered and supported; perhaps the audience will see that, as well.
And clearly Chaz is ready to leave. Is anyone seriously thinking about his gender, or just that he's really, really weak next to the other remaining celebs? The low scores aren't about male or female, they're about kind of bad dancing and someone who looks a lot like they're in pain. Please, voters, enough. It's not fun to watch someone be miserable. If you want someone who's not the best dancer in the final, vote Carson, he's fun to watch and clearly loving it.
The video I saw was from a gossip site like E! or TMZ (it escapes me at the moment).
Anyway, the host did a process of elimination segment and "concluded" that it "must" be Tony & Chynna.
Of course, Rob tweeted later that everyone knows he's a jokester, etc., etc. Still, pretty damaging statements to make.
Rob's an ass for saying those things, and the gossip site is even worse for hinting that it "must" be Tony and Chynna.
Who is Tony married to? Is it someone we know?
If that's what Rob implied that's jack@$$ery. Not. Funny. (Though given I can count on one hand the number of dance marriages I know that are long-term, it's unfortunately not hard to believe. Not saying I do think it's true, but it would be very easy for people to think it was.)
Personally, I don't find Maks to be particularly attractive, though he is one of the best dancers they've had on the show. I don't know if it's that he comes across (to me, anyway) as an arrogant, entitled ass, or if it's just that I don't find his type of looks appealing.
I will say, though, that if that crack about eating tongue is his idea of being funny, I doubt he's going to win any points with the woman whose opinion he is trying to change. If a guy tried using that line on me, he'd end up with a glass of water/wine/closest available liquid thrown in his face .
Of course, given how the editing monkeys on "reality" type shows work, they may be trying to imply that she's at the comment when in fact, she finds it amusing, changes her mind about him, and they become Besties for Life
"Meryl is from a magic planet where Disney princesses come from, and [Charlie's] hair is a magic carpet." ~~ Stephen Colbert, on The Colbert Report