March 31, 2009 12:00 PM by Paulene Hinds
Tonight on Dancing With The Stars, two contestants will be sent packing in a double elimination and after watching the dancers perform last night, we think that we may be able to predict exactly who the cast offs will be.
The first one to be heading out the door tonight on Dancing With The Stars, unless he is saved by the geek squad, is Steve Wozniak. The Apple Co-founder has been sliding down hill since his very first dance instead of getting better. Last week with a score of 10 from the judges, everyone was in total shock when he and his pro partner Karina Smirnoff were safe without even having to go into the dance-off.
Last night on Dancing With The StarsSteve Wozniak, who is playfully known as The Woz, received a score of 12 from the judges, but not before judge Carrie Ann Inabasaid that their performance was long for her and she couldn’t wait for it to end. Last week she said the novelty was wearing off and I guess it has for her!
The problem with Steve Wozniak is that he isn’t really that funny or even entertaining to watch. He reminds us more of the Chesire cat from Alice In Wonderland and is actually a little creepy gliding across the dance floor. If he disappears tonight, we won’t be surprised to see his smile remain on the screen!
The next dancer that will likely bounce off Dancing With The Starsand headback to the Playboy mansion is The Girl’s Next Door starlette, Holly Madison. Sure she is nice to look at, but she dances like she is being manipulated by a child playing with their Barbie doll. This week in her Argentine Tango itappeared as if the child playing with her pushed her off of the chair she was sitting on. Even her flip with her pro partner Dmitry Chaplin didn’t impress us.
Judge Carrie Ann Inaba said that Holly Madison needs to build strength and doesn’t see her doing that. Well we don’t see it either and she certainly isn’t entertaining. She did score a 16 though which was better than contestant Steve-O’s 15, but unless Playboy King Hugh Hefner calls in a lot of favors she is gone.
The double elimination will be interesting to watch tonight regardless of who goes home and we will definately be shocked if either of these contestants are still standing at the end of the show.
With two more dancers down tonight onDancing With The Stars, next week the remaining 9 will have to bring their game on and we look forward to seeing them turn up the heat!
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