Unlike my sweet Ingo who can't help that he's not smart enough to not name his baby boy after a food product since he's so good-looking his sweet head did not have enough room left over for too many brain cells.
Will you accept my dancing rose bro as a 'special powers' idol?
I do like Sean and never believed the diva bit about him. I think he's been one of the better contestants and, for me, the best reality contestant ever on the show. I just don't enjoy statements that categorize people as one thing, such as musical theater performers are all gay or blondes are all dumb or highly intelligent people are all nerds. I'm far from being a PC person, but fair is fair.
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-- Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759
Sean was better than Ingo? No way! Did you not see the trio dance? Sean was a hot mess! He even caused the girls to go off sync for goodness sake! Ingo was better overall, and has been better (if only marginally lol) than Sean the whole season.
I agree Flormel, I don't not like Sean either. I just found him to be a big bore, that ABC pimped out due to recent turn on their other reality show. And as for Sean spouting off stuff because he was a bundle of nerves, not buying that either. That was not the first time he blamed his skin color for his crap dancing. He knew what he was saying, was trying to be funny, and it just made him look stupid.
Anyway, so glad he is finally gone!
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As far as entertaining, yeah, I stick with what I said. He was fun to watch and he was putting his all into it. On the flip side, Ingo was slapping himself to stay awake and when he was out on the floor, he was slower than molasses.
Sean said on GMA that he and Peta are now going to focus on his first dance. He says that Catherine is already a very good dancer. I'm looking forward to seeing their wedding televised.
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