I thought it was hilarious how he said he wanted to be one of the bridesmaids. That man is so comfortable in his skin!
On a different note, I just have to say how much I love seeing him cheer on the other participants. He seems to genuinely care about all of them.
P.S. I would love to see Paul Reubens on the show. I wonder if he'd do it as himself or as PeeWee. I would hope it would be as himself. I love the PeeWee character, but I can't imagine it working longterm on DWTS.
I feel like it'll be prop and messing about overload this week, where the 9s and 10s come out for minimal dancing but a good show. I predict a perfect 30 this week. Strictly Come Dancing just did a Broadway theme for their show last week, although I tend to think while that was bad, ours will probably be worse. Dance assignments are:
Quickstep: Ricki, J.R., David
Cha Cha: Rob
This might be a harder week, dancewise, for Rob, but I feel like Hope is toast. Her dance should probably be the easiet, but I'm betting she'll get dinged on no hip action, no emotion, not getting into the character, not enough props and story, and anything else they can seal her fate with. I feel like the show would rather lose her over Rob, Nancy, and Chaz. Chaz and Nancy both have it easy this week. J.R. will probably be the best overall, and I think Derek and Kym might ham up their QS with fluff. And Rob will be overscored and anything he does wrong won't be addressed. No idea what songs they'll be using, but I'm guessing from Hairspray (likely Ricki), Grease, Wicked, Cats, The Phantom of the Opera, ChorusLine, Cabaret, Chicago, and Rent. And there's the return of the group dance.
Ricki said in an interview that their song isn't from Hairspray.
Can someone remind me what dances that Chaz has done in the competition so far? Apparently, he is not assigned the same dance as JR this time. It sure seems like Chaz is getting more dances that require less movement on his part. He has already gotten the rumba and samba so far. What else?
Chaz has done the cha cha, quickstep, rumba, paso doble, samba, and now the tango. What he has left is the jive, foxtrot, and VW that I can remember. So two dances (3 including the tango), where he's likely to get an easy pass in the scores and comments.
This is interesting. Kym and Tristan???