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Dancing with the Stars 3, October 17: Goodbye, SaraPage 2
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Len tells Emmitt that he missed a few moves, but otherwise, the dance was great. Bruno states that Emmitt can jive with the best of them. Carrie Ann says that despite a few mistakes, Emmitt did a great job.
Carrie Ann and Len give the couple an eight, while Bruno gives it a nine. Overall, Cheryl and Emmitt have 25 points.
The last couple to perform is Kym Johnson and Jerry Springer. Kym tells us that Jerry is going to shock everyone tonight when he does the paso doble. She also tells him to be careful a lot during practice. A Portuguese matador works with Jerry on his technique. Later, Kym and Jerry go to a bloodless bullfight and Jerry tries his moves in the ring. Instead of a bull though, a calf goes against Jerry. Can I just say that I love cows? They are my third favorite animal behind the shark and Yoko of course!
Jerry is in full matador attire. As always, the routine is entertaining, but not executed well. However, Jerry is having fun and putting more efforts into his moves; he bends down on one knee, jumps up, and then goes down on the other knee. Kym, as the bull, gets him at the end of the performance though.
Carrie Ann says she is speechless. (If you say you’re speechless, then you really aren’t. Think about it.) She goes on to explain that the routine was too gimmicky this week. Len says that everyone should congratulate Kym on her routines. He also states that the world isn’t ready for Jerry’s version of the paso doble. Bruno uses the words Texas, chainsaw, and massacre; that should tell you how he felt about Jerry’s performance.
Carrie Ann gives the routine a seven; Len awards it a six; Bruno gives it a five. Kym and Jerry receive 18 points for their effort; Kym says that they are back where they started. Jerry says that they are heading home; everyone else is a much better dancer than he is.
Before the group disco performance, more clips from practice are shown. Joey and Mario dance like Michael Jackson. Jerry expresses his joy in being able to do lifts; eventually, he and Kym opt to do the sprinkler instead.
The couples perform to “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough.” Emmitt and Cheryl start with a lift; it’s a bit scary and awkward. Monique does a crazy handspring and Louis catches her. Jerry rolls on the floor and Kym rides him. Joey and Edyta also perform a lift; she ends up on his shoulder. Mario twirls Karina around his body. Len, Bruno, and Carrie Ann won’t score the performance, but Len does say that everyone did a nice job.
It’s now time for Sara’s goodbye interview with Tom. Instead of giving you a word for word account of it, I’ll just give you the highlights:
I think I blacked out for a second. Did Tom and Samantha review the standings? If they did, I missed it, but have the information for you anyway:
It pains me to say this, but I’m predicting that Monique and Louis will leave the competition tomorrow evening. I don’t know if they have the fan base that some of the others have. What do you think? Am I off my rocker or finally in tune with the voting public? Meet me tomorrow and we’ll find out! In the meantime, click over to Foxes On Idol & More to look for our “We’ll Be the Judge of That!” column.
Jill is an east coast mama who loves sharks, zombie movies, and reality television. She welcomes your comments about these and other subjects, and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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