I guess I'm rooting for the underdogs (ie, whichever team Mark isn't on). If only Romeo and Kendra had switched teams (not that way)!
I agree about the hip movement for both Ralph and Romeo; another point in favor.
What will be interesting with this matchup is that one team will have very strong men (K/H/K) while the other will have very strong women (R/C/R). Will the women of the latter team mostly dance around the men to make up for their lack of hip action? Oh, wait, will Mark stick out like a sore thumb doing his typical grandstanding and gyrations while Ralph and Romeo stiffly try to keep up? That really could be interesting.
I cracked up last night when they showed the contestants in their individual spots talking about how important winning this contest is to them. It was so funny. How do they do it with a straight face? LOL Yeah, I know it's hard work, but please. That was waaaay over the top. I know, I know, they have to get the fans going, but still. That was funny.
Man, did you see Donny Osmond last night? He looks wonderful! Has he had work done? Naaaaa, but he looks younger than when he was on DWTS. Really.
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At this point, I expect that Kendra's days are numbered, unless they want to even out the male/female ratio by dropping a guy again next week. I'd then expect the quarter-finals to be two guys and two girls, possibly Hines, Romeo, Kirstie, and Chelsea, and then narrowed down to one girl and two guys. I think they might shock us all by Sabrina-/Brandy-ing off Chelsea just shy of the finals. The finals would have Kirstie, Romeo, and Hines with Hines being the likely winner.
Maybe Romeo will pull a Shawn and upset the whole applecart like Gilles' season.
Just watched the Jimmy Kimmel clip with Chris and Cheryl, including the traditional burning of the dancing shoes.