The Dancing With the Stars 2010 lineup faces tougher results ahead. Now that the Dancing With the Stars 2010 lineup is in the second half of Season 11, the results stand to get tougher. For that matter, so will the toll of the competition, as this is usually when things seem the hardest. Which contestants will be able to withstand the work for the long haul, and which ones will give in before the final stretch? Week 6 promises that the results for the Dancing With the Stars lineup will both rock and roll.
This week features a rock and roll soundtrack, as the seven remaining couples are slated to either perform the Paso Doble or tango. “Classic and contemporary” rock songs are included on the playlist, with Heart, Kylie Minogue and the Macy’s Stars of Dance performing as well.
As for the Dancing With the Stars 2010 lineup, the results for Week 6 stand to be a turning point. Last Monday, Brandy got the highest scores for the first time, while leaders Jennifer Grey and Audrina Patridge struggled a bit. Meanwhile, although Bristol Palin looked certain to be eliminated, Florence Henderson was sent out instead.
This only makes Palin more likely to face elimination this week, since there aren’t so many weak dancers left now. Kurt Warner has been up-and-down, however, so this could be his designated “down” night. Kyle Massey had poor scores last Monday, while Rick Fox survived the bottom two, and Grey actually fell into the bottom three for the first time.
Thus far, things had been relatively predictable in Season 11, yet a few new wrinkles came in last week. Now the Dancing With the Stars 2010 lineup will look for better results, or to keep newfound momentum going.
The last time Grey didn’t lead the judges’ scores, she came back the next week with the first perfect scores of Season 11. Yet rumors of tension between Grey and Derek Hough have put new doubt on their leadership position. Patridge, Brandy, Fox, Massey and Warner can put further doubt into things with solid work tonight.
Now that most of the pretenders are gone, there is less of a margin for error for the contestants. One bad week could end things for someone, in spite of their body of work thus far. But if Grey and the leaders take back control of the Dancing With the Stars 2010 lineup, and if Palin can no longer stave off elimination, order will presumably be restored.
The results will either look familiar, or trigger a more dramatic second half of Season 11 than expected. The Dancing With the Stars lineup will return one way or another tonight, at 8 pm est on ABC.
The Futon Critic- “LISTINGS- Dancing With The Stars”
Access Hollywood- “Jennifer Grey Tackles ‘Dancing’ Drama Rumors”