Dancing With The Stars Week 3 Recap and SCORES

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So last night was intense on Dancing With The Stars.  It was personal story week and OMG, I cried through the whole thing.  They all had such touching stories, they really got to me!

The main headline from DWTS last night, today is: the fact that Maks and Kirstie fell at the beginning of their Rumba.  The media is playing the ‘Kirstie is fat’ angle.  That’s crap.  Maks’ leg was injured and gave out.  It can happen to anyone.  They recovered quickly and did really well the rest of the dance.

Anyhow, onto the recap and scores.

Wendy Williams kicked off the night with the Foxtrot and it was pretty painful to watch.  Tony tries so hard, but Wendy just isn’t a dancer.  Sorry.  Socres: 5, 5, 5 – Total: 15

Up next, Chelsea Kane did the Cha Cha and I loved it.  I actually love watching Mark and Chelsea every time they hit the dance floor.  The judges loved it too giving them: 7, 8, 8 – Total: 23

Chris Jericho totally made me cry.  Then he danced the Rumba and was great.  His heart was fully immersed in the the music and dance.  Scores: 7, 7, 7 – Total: 21

Kendra Wilkinson FINALLY showed up.  She worked it out to the Rumba and the crowd loved it!  I was so happy for her.  I hope that she brings it up even more next week!  Scores: 8, 7, 8 – Total: 23

Romeo also did the Rumba.  It was pretty good, but I was a bit bored with it.  Boy can move, it just wasn’t his best.  Scores: 7, 6, 7 – Total: 20

Hines Ward… my main man was incredible as always.  The judges went nuts for him.  Hines rocked the Samba and the Terrible Towels were flying… he had a faux one in his pocket.  LOVED IT!  Scores: 9, 8, 8 – Total: 25

Petra Nemcova stole our hearts once again doing a gorgeous Waltz that melted the audience.  Gorgeous.  Scores: 8, 9, 8 – Total: 25

Sugar Ray Leonard got his highest scores thus far doing the Paso Doble.  I thought he was good.  I just know he can’t win, so I’m over it.  Sorry!  Scores: 7, 6, 7 – Total: 20

Kirstie Alley was amazing again, despite the slip at the beginning, she did an amazing Rumba.  The judges were merciful and gave them: 7, 7, 7 – Total: 21

Ralph Macchio wrapped up the night with a Rumba, dedicated to his wife who was in the audience.  He was a little top ‘powerfu’ still and his hands definitely need to relax.  He’s still a pleasure to watch.  Scores: 7, 7, 7 – Total: 21

Who’s going home tonight?  Drop your guesses in the box!

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