Dances for tonight's show:
Danica McKellar and Valentin Chmerkovskiy – Cha-Cha-Cha
NeNe Leakes and Tony Dovolani – Salsa
Drew Carey and Cheryl Burke -Tango
Candace Cameron Bure and Mark Ballas – Cha-Cha-Cha
Charlie White and Sharna Burgess – Cha-Cha-Cha
Meryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy – Tango
Amy Purdy and Derek Hough – Jive
James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd – Quickstep
Amy and Derek, Jive. - Well, she can't feel her feet hitting the floor, so I'm concerned. But, if anybody can get Amy to pull it off, Derek can.
MnM, Tango. - This should be GOOD. We KNOW Meryl can handle a Tango (OK, so last time she did an AT!). And Maks will probably be engaging in a bit of friendly brotherly rivalry to try to outdo Val on the Tango front with Meryl. And of course, they'll outdistance Cheryl and Drew.
Far as the Cha-Chas go, unless Sharlie has a HUGE mistake, they should be the front-runners.
James and Peta, Quickstep. This guy seems to have hidden talents. So they should do OK.
Nay-Nay and Tony - Well, she DOES have hips and seems to have no problems being able to move them.
We'll see how it all shakes out.
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Oh man, the dances look set up for a Candice fail. Not that it wouldn't have happened eventually but . . .
Will you accept my Mirror-ball Sound of Silence dancing JoJo rose Cha . . . er . . . Evan as a bitter jury Idol?
Team dances next week : Team Meryl: Meryl & Maks, Danica & Val, Amy & Derek, and Candace & Mark
Team Charlie: Charlie & Sharna, James & Peta, NeNe & Tony
The pros had no say, Merlyn and Charlie chose
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They said there would be two dances next week, but nothing about a team dance. Why do a team dance with uneven numbers?
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