Dancing with the Stars Season 11 (DWTS) for 2010 fall’s cast, partners, and pairings list are available. This season, we can expect a lot from Dancing with the Stars, and I actually think that their cast is better than those from Season 10.
If you need to know the cast and pairings, click here.
There are a few names in the cast list that aren’t exactly known by all people. Kyle Massey is a younger star, and the only people who really know about him are kids…and their parents. He’s the star of Disney Channel’s “Corey in the House.” Of course, he might fare well in this competition because the younger voting population.
Michael Bolton is a name that is familiar to people aged 25 and older. Younger crews may not know who he is – or remember that he was actually known for his long hair. He’s since cut the hair off and he’s far from the sex symbol he was in the past (yes, my dear young friends – Michael Bolton was a sex symbol back in the late 80’s and 90’s.) Bolton will need to be impressive with his dance moves to appeal to the younger audience and get some votes.
Jennifer Grey, who I predict will be the winner of this season, is another name that won’t be known by too many of the younger crews. She was on the hit movie “Dirty Dancing” and even if you weren’t born until after it was made, the movie remains a classic and most people have seen it. Grey played “Baby” … and remember, “you don’t put Baby in the corner.”
Mike “The Situation” Sorentino and Audrina Patridge are two MTV stars. I think that “The Situation” will make it to the top three. I also think he will add a lot of humor to the show, and that’s important.
And of course, there’s Bristol Palin. Unless you exist in a political vacuum, you know who this “star” is. She’s the daughter of Sarah Palin, and Bristol is a glossy magazine superstar in her own right. Her rocky relationship with Levi Johnston, her baby daddy, has been chronicled ever since her teen pregnancy during the presidential campaign for McCain/Palin in 2008. She now joins the cast of Dancing with the Stars.
This season is a melange of stars that are heard of by different audiences of people. Tweens who love “Corey in the House” may hear Michael Bolton’s song “How am I Supposed to Live Without You” for the first time, while the older crews may see “fist pumping” from “The Situation” for the first time. It’s bound to be interesting, so make sure you tune in to the season premiere on September 20, 2010.
More commentary on this season of Dancing with the Stars (DWTS season 11) can be found here.