Dancing With The Stars Season 13 Episode 3 Live Performance Recap 10/3/11

Dancing With The Stars Season 13 Episode 3 Live Recap 10/3/11

Dancing With The Stars has already claimed two victims in Ron Artest AKA Metta World Peace and Elisabetta Canalis — so it’s anyone’s guess as to who will be eliminated on tomorrow night’s results show!

Tonight’s dances promise a personal story about the most memorable year of the pros’ lives. Dancing first are Rob Kardashian and Cheryl Burke, dedicating his Foxtrot in his father’s memory. It’s not bad, but seems a little slow. Len said he put the “dash” in Kardashian and his footwork was good. Bruno said he liked it when Rob toyed with Cheryl. Carrie Ann said she likes watching him dance and he genuinely makes progress every week. Score: 8 + 8 + 8 = Total: 24/30

Up next are Chynna Phillips and Tony Dovolani, doing the Rhumba. The most memorable year of her life was 1990 when Wilson Phillips’ song, Hold on, was popular. The dance was really slow. Bruno said he knew she could do it. Carrie Ann said Chynna gave them more and she’s stunning to watch. Len said she would be there for weeks and weeks, not days and days. 8 + 9 + 9 = Total: 26/30

Dancing next are Chaz Bono and Lacey Schwimmer, doing the Rhumba, in tribute to his dad, Sonny Bono. I’m still not feeling Chaz’s dancing ability. Slow, stiff and boring. Carrie Ann said she was impressed by his courage, but it wasn’t his best performance. Len said that was his best dance this season. Bruno said there is an endearing quality about Chaz and it’s a difficult dance. He said Chaz did really well. Score: 6 + 6 + 6 = Total: 18/30

Up next are Kristin Cavallari and Mark Ballas, dancing the Samba to Beyonce’s Crazy In Love. Her most memorable year was 2005, which is the year she moved to Los Angeles. It looked like a huge strip show, without any feeling. Len said the Beyonce stuff isn’t his cup of tea, but the other 80% of the dance was fabulous. Bruno said it was crazy in lust! Carrie Ann said she did “pretty darn good” and did some pretty difficult choreography. Score: 8 + 8 + 8 = Total: 24/30

Dancing next are Carson Kressley and Anna Trebunskaya, doing the Tango. His most memorable year was 2003 when his show Queer Eye For The Straight Guy came out. It’s slow, disconnected and robotic. Bruno said he loved it! Carrie Ann loves him, because he promises drama, entertainment and said it was very nice. Len said he put the “boy” in flamboyant. He said he attacked the dance and he enjoyed it very much. Score: 8 + 7 + 8 = 23/30

Up next are J.R. Martinez and Karina Smirnoff, doing the Rhumba. J.R. is a great dancer and you can feel the emotion in his dance. It was an obviously emotional dance for J.R., who teared up before the judge’s commentary. Carrie Ann is tearing up, as well. She said tonight he did something extraordinary. Len said he danced to an unexpected standard. He loved it. Bruno said he danced from his heart. Score: 9 + 8 + 9 = Total: 26/30

Nancy Grace and Tristan MacManus are up next, doing the Waltz. Tristan is doing most of the work and Nancy still sucks. Len said she needs better posture. Bruno said soft and dreamy, like a mother’s embrace. Carrie Ann said some gibberish about a fairytale. Ha. Score: 7 + 7 + 7 = Total: 21/30

Ricki Lake and Derek Hough are dancing the Rhumba and it’s dedicated to her finding true love with her man, Christian. This is a fantastic, emotion-filled dance. Kudos to her. Bruno said every step was as expressive as a poem. Carrie Ann said Ricki is on fire! Len said he congratulates her on dancing the routine so well. Score: 9 + 9 + 9 = Total: 27/30

Hope Solo and Maksim Chemerkovskiy are up next, dancing the Cha Cha Cha. What a perfect dance! They were in perfect sync with each other. Loved it. Carrie Ann said she’s a really strong dancer and that was sexy and hot. She said Hope needs to work on her walk a little. Len said it was a little provocative for him, but it was pretty good. Bruno said the sexy minx is out of the cage. Score: 8 + 8 + 8 = Total: 24/30

Dancing last are David Arquette and Kym Johnson, doing the Rhumba. His most memorable year was last year when he went through his separation and fell into alcohol abuse. They danced very well and sync’ed up nicely. Len said he did a great job and he’s proud of him. Bruno said it was wonderful. Carrie Ann said this was a nice comeback and he brought back more of himself. It was pure and honest. Score: 8 + 8 + 8 = Total: 24/30

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