The Dancing With the Stars 2010 lineup results this week were game changing. Now the Dancing With the Stars 2010 lineup has four weeks left before the final results, with a chance for anyone to pull ahead. Since Season 11 started, it appeared that the contestants would be looking up at Jennifer Grey and Audrina Patridge until the end. Yet with Grey reeling, and Patridge eliminated, things are finally wide open. But since the Dancing With the Stars lineup is lacking clear cut leaders, who will the results favor now?
Grey and Patridge slipped into the bottom two, after leading for much of Season 11.This leaves next week as a major test for Grey, as she must recover from two straight mixed performances. But the toll of the competition may have taken its toll, as it does for many others by now.
If the Dancing With the Stars 2010 lineup isn’t led by Grey, then the results may be in Brandy’s control now. Brandy continued her rise up by getting the highest scores on Monday, and has the most momentum in the field.
Grey, Rick Fox, Kyle Massey, Kurt Warner and Bristol Palin have all slipped up in some way recently, while Brandy has been getting stronger. Unless Grey makes a big recovery in Week 7, Brandy could soon be the new clear cut favorite.
Meanwhile, the rest of the Dancing With the Stars 2010 lineup is also in flux, following this week’s results. Rick Fox was in the bottom two in week 5, despite high scores, yet placing high helped him this time around. Kyle Massey is beginning to drop down, as his scores were among the worst on Monday night.
As for Kurt Warner and Bristol Palin, they made a big rally from the basement. This was Warner’s designated week to do well, and he did just that – although this likely means he will struggle again on Monday. Palin got a reprieve last week when Florence Henderson went out, then rebounded to have her best performance in a while.
With things suddenly so wide open, Warner and Palin still have a chance to move up the Dancing With the Stars 2010 lineup leader board. But with only six contestants left, one week of poor results could mean elimination. Patridge wasn’t bailed out in spite of her body of work, and Grey was nearly eliminated as well, so no one is safe now.
Over the last few seasons, predictability has reigned on this show, as the winners could be predicted right away. But the results of the last few weeks have made Season 11 one giant question mark. The next week or two could form a new predictable order, or make it a true fight to the finish.
The rest of the Dancing With the Stars lineup will try not to get shocked, starting on Monday night at 8 pm est on ABC.
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