Dancing With The Stars week six recap & scores 4/25/11

Dancing With The Stars week five recap & scores 4/25/11

Last week’s Dancing With The Stars saw the untimely ousting of Petra Nemcova and Dmitry Chaplin, so it’s really anyone’s guess as to who’s going home after tonight’s Guilty Pleasures night of dancing!

Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy are up first, doing the Samba to Britney Spears’ song, Hit Me Baby One More Time. They did a good job with the dance and it looked like she was having fun! Len said she fulfilled her potential tonight and she did a great job. Bruno said she made the dance look easy and that her “wiggly bum sent shockwaves through the airwaves.” Carrie Ann said she wants to see Kirstie in the finals. Score: 26

Chris Jericho and Cheryl Burke are up next, doing the Tango to Don’t Stop Believin’ by Journey. It wasn’t as good as his previous dances, but his posture is excellent. He looks nervous, but the crowd seems to be eating it up. Bruno said he turned into a lump of granite. Carrie Ann said that the pressure got to him and he wasn’t having fun. Len said he had good posture and his footwork was good, but it lacked intensity. Score: 22

Dancing next are Romeo and Chelsie Hightower are up next, doing the Waltz to the song from Titanic, My Heart Will Go On. What an elegant dance, this is my favorite so far. Wow, very nice! They rocked it, for sure. Carrie Ann said that magic happened and he’s developing his own style. Len said he danced with great maturity and his footwork was very good. Bruno said he achieved a new level of poise, finesse and attention to detail. Score: 28

Chelsea Kane and Mark Ballas are dancing the Quickstep next to Walking On Sunshine by Katrina And The Waves. They looked cute doing this dance, even if a little dorky. Len said they fused high energy with control. Bruno said she had so much zest. Carrie Ann said magic happened twice and it was a difficult routine. Score: 28

Dancing next are Kendra Wilkinson and Louis Van Amstel, doing the Samba to Livin’ La Vida Loca by Ricky Martin. The dance looked contrived and planned out so much. She still looks unsure of herself, except when it came to the stripper moves. You can’t teach an old dog new tricks, right? Carrie Ann said she can shimmy like no other and Kendra was in her element. Len said she fulfilled one of his guilty pleasures. Bruno called it “Revenge of the Stripper”. Score: 25

Hines Ward and Kym Johnson are dancing next to End Of The Road by Boyz II Men, doing the Viennese Waltz. What a nice and sweet dance. Hines was fantastic and he invokes a lot of emotion in his dances. It looks like practicing with a pillow paid off. Len said he’s becoming the MVP and every dance he does is just great. Bruno said it was pure pleasure from start to finish. Carrie Ann said it was an excellent performance, but said that he was thinking too much in the beginning. Score: 27

Ralph Macchio and Karina Smirnoff are doing the Paso Doble to Everybody Dance Now by C&C Music Factory. Holy crap, what is he doing? He looks constipated. It looks like a perma-shrug. Bruno said he started to feel the fire. Carrie Ann said Mr. Miyagi would’ve been proud. Len said he should be proud of himself after falling and getting back up. Score: 24

Who do you think is going to be eliminated tomorrow night?

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