“Dancing with the Stars,” ABC’s dancing reality show where celebrities team up with professionals, is the most popular on TV. The show, hosted by Tom Bergeron and new co-host Brooke Burke, features three judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tunioli. When it comes to humor, Len Goodman and Bruno Tunioli missed their callings as stand-up comedians.
Bruno Tunioli – Episode Premiere
Margaret Cho danced a Viennese Waltz in a black outfit covered in bright flowers and what seemed like miles and miles of gold fabric. Cho danced with some dramatic facial expressions that night, as well.
Said Bruno, “What the hell was that? I thought you were going to eat somebody.”
Len Goodman – Episode Premiere
David Hasselhoff tried his hardest on “Dancing with the Stars.” But said David, “My heart’s in the right place, but my body is old.” Ultimately, Hoff was the first one to go.
Said Len to David Hasselhoff after his dance, “It’s never too early to panic.”
Bruno Tunioli – Episode Three
Florence Henderson was admired for being the oldest dancer, but who had lots of energy. Florence didn’t want to be judged as a 76-year-old dancer, but Bruno couldn’t help but to make a comment after one of her performances.
Said Bruno, “I loved the grande dame entrance, but at times it looked like Driving Miss Daisy.”
Len Goodman – Episode Five
Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino lacked “musicality” and was eventually voted off even though he hoped to avoid an “elimination situation.”
Said Len after The Situation’s futuristic dance with partner Karina Smirnoff, “If that’s the future I’m glad I live in the past.”
Len Goodman – Episode Nine
Kyle Massey and Lacey Schwimmer are one of the popular pairs on “Dancing with the Stars,” but Kyle has had some problems during this season.
After one of Kyle’s dances, Len said, “It started bad and it gradually got worse.”
Even Carrie Ann Inaba got one in, “This was a Fox Trot possessed by disco fever.”