Last edited by karalott; 08-29-2011 at 11:10 PM.
Wonder who Nancy Grace's lucky pro will be? (Corky? Tony? )
Admit I can't wait to see the rehearsal footage.
Should be an interesting season. It's too bad that abc is shutting down the forum tho. That's half the fun!
Nancy is 51, so I think she's the oldest. (but not like Cloris or Buzz).
As far as tall pro women, wasn't that tall blonde named Anna? She was on a couple seasons ago. Last name began with a "D" I think.
Lol whoever Nancy's partner better make sure he is ready to have her yelling at him on the daily,lol. Is Derek on the season? I would love to see nancy give him the business,lol
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Carson Kressley! Carson lives in my neighborhood and is so sweet and hilarious. I love him so much! I saw Kara's spoiler list without his name and was kind of bummed overall but Carson really turns that around, I think. He'll bring so much life and energy to the show.
Still a little bit bummed because there are very few athletes this time around and I think they bring a great competitive spirit to DWTS. It's Just Ron Artest and Hope, whom I've never heard of before. I think you're right Kara that Hope will be paired with Maks. She's tall so she'd have to be paired with Maks, Val or Tony unless the other new pro who is a guy is also tall.
I'm glad Derek will be back but is it so wrong of me to hope that he'll be paired with Nancy Grace?
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I'm thrilled to see JR in the cast this season! I hope DWTS fans will fall in love with him the way AMC fans have. He came onto AMC after a search for a war vet to play what I think was not supposed to be a long-term role. He's been on the show (now as a contract player) for nearly three years because his character is so popular.
I hope the Kardashian kid goes first. I've had my fill of that family - they're all famous for doing nothing.
Anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that 'my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.' - Isaac Asimov
I was thinking of the immortal words of Socrates, who said, "... I drank what?"