DWTS Week 2 Results

March 31, 2010 at 6:36 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Hello and welcome to the first Dancing With The Stars Results Show for Season Ten! Tonight the first couple of the season will be sent home, saying goodbye to their chance at the mirror ball trophy.


We get to the results right away. Buzz and Ashly are safe. I love how Nicole gave him a hug and kiss. What a sweet, genuine woman!

Pamela and Damien are in the bottom two. You can hear a pin drop—that is how shocked everyone is. Anna’s jaw dropped to the ground and I know mine did too. All I can say is WHAT?!?!?! I thought Pam was one of the better dancers so far. But this is why we need to vote kiddies!


Len gives his recap of last night— the good, the bad and the ugly—and wishes them all luck this season.

Nicole and Derek get the encore, to the shock of, um, nobody! In all seriousness though, they really and truly deserved it. They are incredible—they have chemistry, good dancing and the artistry to go along with it.

Michael Jackson’s choreographers put together a pro dance. The bright lights and spinning makes me a bit dizzy but it is overall a very good performance. But Maks with an open shirt makes every performance good—that man can read the phone book in Pig Latin and rip off his shirt and girls will scream!


Adam Carolla gives a performance. He tallies six moon shirts for Buzz and wants more emotion from Chad.

He thinks Damien and Pam are all insane and Len can’t count.

He also says Edyta may have some daddy issues since she keeps accidently beating up her partners.

He also makes a comment about Bruno and Elton Johns sexuality.


Aiden and Edyta—SAFE!

Nicey and Louis—SAFE! And she got an ass slap from Maks!


Pam says it was an oops to be in the bottom two while Damien says it is nerve racking.

Buzz thinks his fans appreciated his patriotism.


Melissa Rycroft is the female celebrity for the performance and this week we vote on the males, which include Cody Linely, Cameron Mathison, Joey Fatone. Warren Sapp, Lance Bass. Joey Lawrence and Maurice Greene.


They sing a medley of their greatest hits while Ashly, Anna, Cheryl, Louis, Damien and Maks dance.


I. Thou shalt not kill … time. (Or in layman’s terms: no stripping, kissing or giving flowers.)

II. Thou shalt not take the judges’ name in vain. (or in Edyta’s case, curse at them?)

III. Thou shalt not steal … dance moves.

IV. Thou shalt not interrupt me.

V. Thou shalt not do lifts.

VI. Thou shalt have rhinestones. Many rhinestones.

VII. Thou may honor the judges with gifts. (Maybe Jake should’ve given him a rose!)

Next week’s challenge needs to tell a story—minus gimmicks. It has to be shown through the dance.


Evan and Anna are SAFE!

Jake and Chelsie are SAFE!

Nicole and Derek are SAFE!


A man whose son died during the earthquake talks about the nightmare he has faced and how dancing makes him look to the future in a positive way. This poor man, my heart just breaks for him.

The dance tribute is wonderful and is very upbeat. We are told where to help the victims of Haiti.


Brooke talks to the celebrities and she shows us a day in the life of a DWTS episode. So it is basically more filler.


Erin and Maks—SAFE!

Chad and Cheryl—SAFE!

Kate and Tony—SAFE!

Shannen and Mark–Bottom two.

Eliminated: Shannen and Mark.

Shannen admits dancing isn’t her thing, but she is glad she got to dance with her dad. Mark says he hurt his knee—he pulled a muscle off his knee and was unable to dance anyway. Had Shannen stayed, she would have needed another partner, namely Corky Ballas. They are given a tribute before everyone gives them hugs and kisses goodbye.

Mark, get well soon! America, tune in next week and goodnight!

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