The Dancing With the Stars 2010 lineup was reduced to single digits. Although the Dancing With the Stars 2010 lineup is getting tighter, the results still left some ideal candidates for elimination. Margaret Cho sunk to last place in the judges’ results, making her the favorite to be eliminated last night. But Bristol Palin also sunk back to the bottom, while the likes of The Situation and Florence Henderson remained candidates. But finally, the lineup saw that the results went as expected, as elimination fell upon Cho after all.
For the first few weeks of the competition, Cho has served as the comic relief – although her dancing isn’t supposed to be funny. Nevertheless, she has been among the lowest scorers from the start, but David Hasselhoff and Michael Bolton bailed her out by facing elimination first.
However, there were no more scapegoats to save Cho. Yet the results also left Bristol Palin in danger, since she got the second-lowest scores on Monday night. After being talked about as a surprise contender following Week 2, Palin found herself in real danger for the first time.
In addition, the results had Kyle Massey and Rick Fox labeled in jeopardy, despite getting high scores thus far. But the two were safe to challenge leaders Jennifer Gray and Audrina Patridge for another week, leaving Cho and Palin in the bottom two.
At last, Cho was sent out of the Dancing With the Stars lineup, sparing Palin from early elimination. However, she is now on notice, especially with Cho gone, and will need another drastic improvement next week.
With Cho gone, the lineup is down to nine contestants, as Palin, The Situation and Florence Henderson will likely be favored for elimination next Tuesday. Meanwhile, Massey was one of the last ones declared “safe” for the second time, despite having consistently high scores. But Grey, Patridge, Brandy and Kurt Warner were pretty comfortable with their results this week.
Last week was among the most controversial in show history for many reasons. Yet the dancers, the judges, and the audience were on their best behavior in Week 3. Of course, it doesn’t make too many headlines, although they would have had enough of them if Palin was eliminated.
Nevertheless, Palin and the rest of the final nine move onto Week 4, starting on Monday night. Those who avoided elimination will try not to skate by so narrowly next week, while Grey will attempt to jump back ahead of Patridge and the other surging contenders.
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