I already know who I'm voting for, and if they can't bring it, then I'm not voting. Nobody else interests me enough to vote for except for my top 3. A lot of people aren't going to vote for Bristol because of who she is, and don't think she deserves to be here. So it's the same situation. I have nothing against her for who her mother is. She had the opportunity so she took it. They've been wanting Sarah on the show, so her daughter was probably good enough. That said, she won't be getting my vote. I'm reserving that for Brandy, Kurt, and David (depending on who the two guys are paired with-I won't vote for Lacey). Reading over the bios and trying to picture everyone dancing, I hope I'm pleasantly surprised by how everyone moves. I'm getting a bad vision of seeing 9 Kate's all over again. Just because I'm not that lucky, Jennifer is probably going to be a contender. I hope I'm wrong, but because Derek's involved, I know I'm not. I'm not expecting much from The Situation, Bristol, Florence, or Rick. The others I'm iffy on. I think Kyle will try a bubbly personality and wisecracks if his feet fail him. Michael I think is as good as gone week 1. Margaret has a fanbase, but how big we shall see. Personally I can't stand her, and don't see her dancing well, but she's well known enough and has a following. I'm looking forward to the Hoff, who I think will be the resident George Hamilton. He might be a surprise early boot or go very far. Wonder if we'll get any Baywatch or Knight Rider themed dances. Audrina I think will get lost in the shuffle unless she completely wows everyone. Tony's happy, but I find her forgettable already. Right now I think it's Brandy and Kurt's to lose.
I may not like ringers, but I do like when people can dance and grow from it. I'm not getting that vibe. It's an interesting mix of personalities, so either a ratings bonanza or we're getting the finale week 3 to put everyone out of their misery.
I do hope there's no snide comments made by any of the stars about Bristol. They don't like her mom or her politics, fine, but I hope they save it for another venue. I don't think the show is running out steam, hopefully, just trying to capitialize on what people make entertainment and who the tabloids and talk shows are buzzing about. I remember the days when making a sex tape, having kids at 18, and getting drunk and partying all night was shameful (and I'm in my 20s). Now it gets you a TV show. And I don't care if you're the president, I don't think politicians qualify as stars. Not only that, they're just too polarizing.