Just saw the end of the show here. I thought Rashon's behavior while waiting for the final announcement was extremely immature, bordering on rude. As he was pretending to hide behind Chelsea's arm, she even seemed embarrassed and was moving her arm in such a way that she seemed to be motioning for him to stand up straight and behave himself.
I'm glad Sherri got to follow a dream, even though it ended sooner than she wanted. She truly seemed to savor the experience.
I'm watching now and with the Melissa/Maks injuries - to me it looked like Melissa's head hit the inside of Maks' leg on that sweep; not the floor, but his leg, and that caused him to lose his balance. Tom also brought up that Maks injured his arm, which he downplayed saying that it takes away from the pain in his leg, shoulder, etc. Also, when he was called safe, he walked over to Gavin/Karina and not only hugged Karina, but kissed her cheek. When she and Gavin were called safe, she walked over to him for another hug. Is there a reconciliation of a friendship (not a romance) happening here?
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I don't know what the Jaleel references are about?
As I've stated, i like Roshon. But that move made him seem way too cocky and overconfident that he was staying. So that was another tiny reason I wanted Sherri to outlast him. But I can live with the outcome, as long as Val gets to return in some form. Maybe he can take over for that annoying member of the troupe that doesn't know how to pull off KISS. I just felt bad for Sherri, because she's been such a groupie of the show since it started, and this has been her dream to be able to participate. Maybe not a shocking outcome in the context of Roshon, Katherine or William, but I think she was expected to last longer due to viewer votes. Roshon may not be long for the show, but he'll have the dance off at least to potentially spare him. I'm really not looking forward to thatJust saw the end of the show here. I thought Rashon's behavior while waiting for the final announcement was extremely immature, bordering on rude. As he was pretending to hide behind Chelsea's arm, she even seemed embarrassed and was moving her arm in such a way that she seemed to be motioning for him to stand up straight and behave himself.
Ok Donald driver is going to cause me to need a pacemaker. Who needs godiva chocolates with Donald around?
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I actually felt a little guilty about having a front row seat at the Reiman. The only reason I was there was that I couldn't get to the Gershwin concert I wanted to attend, because it had been moved from the theater next to the hotel to a college way on the other end of town, because the theater next to the hotel, the normal home of the symphony, was still dealing with flood damage. I was warned that cab service could be iffy on the weekend, so I opted for the Reiman instead. I didn't even know the fourth row was the actually the front row of the Reiman when I bought my ticket, and clearly there were a lot of people there with worse seats that knew a lot more about country western music than I did. The fact that it was a show that was being recorded and would air the next evening on the radio more interesting to me--they actually did the commercials live, had an applause sign, the whole nine yards. At one point, they had the audience sing along, so technically I was on the radio from the Reiman. Well, me and a couple of hundred other people.
I'm glad I didn't opt for the cheaper balcony seat, since the balcony actually still has a sign identifying it as the Confederate gallery. I'm not sure it would willingly accept a lifelong northerner like myself.
Is anybody else wondering what will happen if two strong dancers should end up in the dance off? I think it's possible, as there are couples that might be decent dancers that don't have the fan support, but I doubt that's what the show really wanted when it decided to go with the dance off option.
Well, I would have much rather seen Roshon go, but I'm fine with Sherri leaving. She seemed nice enough, but sometimes it just gets annoying. All of my favorites are safe: Maria, Katherine, and Donald. I think we may lose Maria to injuries though.