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Dancing With The Stars – Two Of The Top Six Couples Receive Perfect Scores

April 30, 2007 09:21 PM by Joe Blackmon

Joeyfatone_tophatFor the Dancing with the Stars final six couples performance show, the
couples had to learn two individual dances, a ballroom dance and a
Latin dance.  For their first dance, Laila Ali & Maksim
Chmerkovskiy danced the Quickstep.  Len Goodman said “I’ll tell you
what, the heat’s on tonight, and you turned the gas up.”  Bruno Tonioli
said “You have opened the door to ballroom heaven.”  Carrie Ann Inaba
said “Tonight, mama said knock you out.”  Laila Ali & Maksim
received a score of 29 out of 30 points.

For their second dance, Laila Ali & Maksim Chmerkovskiy danced the Samba.  Bruno Tonioli said “You were just giving fire, I loved it.”  Carrie Ann Inaba said “That was amazing.”  Len Goodman said “I just hope your dads at home watching this, because he should be so proud of you.”  Laila Ali & Maksim received a score of 30 out of 30 points for a combined total of 59 out of 60 points.   

For their first dance, John Ratzenberger & Edyta Sliwinska danced the Fox Trot.  Bruno Tonioli said “Better than ever in this round.”  Carrie Ann Inaba said “I think it was you best dance thus far.”  Len Goodman said “I think you did a great job yet again.”  John & Edyta received a score of 23 out of 30 points. 

For their second dance, John Ratzenberger & Edyta Sliwinska danced the Rumba.  Carrie Ann Inaba said “Out of all the older gentleman that we’ve had on the show, I think you’re the best mover.”  Len Goodman said “For me that was your best dance I’ve seen since we started.”  Bruno Tonioli said “I have to agree with Len, your footwork has improved incredible.”  John & Edyta received a score of 22 out of 30 points for a combined total of 45 out of 60 points. 

For their first dance, Apollo Anton Ohno & Julianne Hough danced the Fox Trot.  Carrie Ann Inaba said “It was very dream like, and it felt like you were dancing in a cloud.”  Len Goodman said “From you, I don’t want good, I want great, and there was no way that was in any way great.”  Bruno Tonioli said “You have a great quality, great musicality as Carrie Ann says.”  Apollo Anton & Julianne received a score of 26 out of 30 points. 

For their second dance, Apollo Anton Ohno & Julianne Hough danced the Mambo.  Len Goodman said “You always come out and you dance really good, but again I can’t call that great.”  Bruno Tonioli said “This guy is somebody who has never danced before, and when he is out here, you think he has been dancing all his life.”  Carrie Ann Inaba said “I actually thought you came back really well.”  Apollo Anton & Julianne received a score of 28 out of 30 points for a combined total of 54 out of 60 points.

For their first dance, Ian Ziering & Cheryl Burke danced the Tango.  Len Goodman said “It had fire, it had passion, it had drama, that I loved about the whole routine.”  Bruno Tonioli said “I think tonight overall this was the revenge of Ian.”  Carrie Ann Inaba said “You were smiling, you had the drama, having fun doesn’t mean you don’t have drama, you had both, you had all.”  Ian & Cheryl received a score of 27 out of 30 points.

For their second dance, Ian Ziering & Cheryl Burke danced the Mambo.  Bruno Tonioli said “This is your night for a breakthrough.”  Carrie Ann Inaba said “I really appreciate that you’re really trying to have fun.”  Len Goodman said “You’ve got great rhythm, you’ve got great hip action.”  Ian & Cheryl received a score of 27 out of 30 points for a combined total of 54 out of 60 points. 

For their first dance, Billy Ray Cyrus & Karina Smirnoff danced the Waltz.  Bruno Tonioli said “I think to call this Waltz unconventional is a bit of an understatement.”  Carrie Ann Inaba said “This one wasn’t so good tonight, I’m sorry, there wasn’t enough content.”  Len Goodman said “I love you, and I hope you’re back, because I think you’re great.”  Billy Ray & Karina received a score of 17 out of 30 points. 

For their first dance, Billy Ray Cyrus & Karina Smirnoff danced the Samba.  Carrie Ann Inaba said “You have a great time, the audience loves you.”  Len Goodman said “You came out, you sold it.”  Bruno Tonioli said “It is insane, I’ve never seen anything like it.”  Billy Ray & Karina received a score of 21 out of 30 points for a combined total of 38 out of 60 points.

For their first dance, Joey Fatone & Kym Johnson danced the Fox Trot.  Carrie Ann Inaba said “Well, they love you, and guess what, so do I.”  Len Goodman said “You come out every week and give it your best shot, a little bit too much razzle dazzle for me.”  Bruno Tonioli said “This was dazzling, this was great, this was the king of Broadway.”  Joey & Kym received a score of 29 out of 30 points. 

For their second dance, Joey Fatone & Kym Johnson danced the Jive.  Len Goodman said “It was totally in sync.”  Bruno Tonioli said “That was a smashing showcase of talent.”  Carrie Ann Inaba said “I was really surprised, you’re flexible.”  Joey & Kym received a score of 30 out of 30 points for a combined total of 59 out of 60 points.

Who will be the next couple to go home?  The bottom two will likely be John Ratzenberger & Edyta Sliwinska and Billy Ray Cyrus & Karina Smirnoff.  Surprisingly, John Ratzenberger & Edyta Sliwinska were the better dancers, but Billy Ray Cyrus & Karina Smirnoff probably have the larger fan base.  Our prediction is that it will be close, but Billy Ray Cyrus & Karina Smirnoff will be going home. 

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  1. Lincoln Says:
    May 8th, 2007 at 6:47 am

    Despite his considerable good looks, I could never be called a Billy Ray Cyrus fan – until now. I think he has been very classy and charming, and is indeed a true southern gentleman, as Tourette’s poster boy Bruno called him. He and his partner have worked extremely hard, and he has won over the audience by his willingness to put himself out there among more naturally gifted dancers and by his self-deprecating grace. Bruno, on the other hand, disgraced himself and the show. He should be put under anesthesia for the rest of the competition. To call the hard work of Cyrus and his partner “crap” is outrageous. Such language is as crude as it is rude, and he – and ABC – should apologuze to both Cyrus and the audience. Frankly, I thought Cyrus’ comments afterwards were considerably restrained, compared to what I would have been tempted to say. The term “crap” should be reserved for Bruno Tonioli, who brought the ballroom floor down to the level of the street. He brought crudeness, ungraciousness, and lack of civility into my living room last night, and for that alone he should not be back as a judge next season.

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