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Dancing with the Stars recap: Kristin Cavallari, Mark Ballas eliminated

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Chaz Bono Dancing
ABC

Dancing With the Stars

type:
TV Show
Current Status:
In Season
seasons:
20
run date:
03/21/11
performer:
Tom Bergeron, Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli, Len Goodman
broadcaster:
ABC
genre:
Reality TV

On Tuesday’s season 13, week 3 results show of Dancing With the Stars, career reality TV star Kristin Cavallari was told to please pack her jives and go. It’s not the first time a hot woman who could actually dance was kicked off early, but it was still a bit shocking. Kristin would have been much more fun to watch improve over the next few weeks than a lower scorer like Nancy Grace, or a contestant in visible pain like Chaz Bono.

Maybe Mark Ballas’ fan base had their hands in their pockets during the voting period like Mark did when they were announced “in jeopardy.” Maybe Kristin’s choosing-Hollywood-over-college back story wasn’t tear-jerking enough on Monday. Maybe nobody likes Jay Cutler. Or maybe this is the residual effect of no one believing Kristin when she claimed in the season premiere to be “NOT a bitch.” We’ll never know the reason! I’m just glad it wasn’t Carson Kressley.

Big news for the ballroom: Cher has tweeted (a brilliant three words if there ever were) that she’ll be touching down to Planet Mirrorballus, from whatever intergalactic orb she’s ridin’ her half breed around on that day, to be in the audience supporting her son Chaz Bono for next week’s performance show. I feel like Dancing With the Stars has been waiting for a visit from Cher its whole life. Haven’t we all, really? This outer space disco party will be a momentous Sparkalien reunion featuring creatures from so many different decades and dimensions. I can’t wait!

Mary J. Blige is always a Mirrorballus marvel — so full of life and happy to be there and genuinely talented. She was all glammed out for “Real Love” and then mysteriously dressed like Cap’n Crunch for her new single “25/8.” I can’t get enough of her whenever she’s on. So why don’t I buy her albums? Let’s all go buy her albums right now, and then maybe we’ll all get an extra day and eight extra hours this week. I can use them to learn more about music.

I didn’t realize Chubby Checker was alive! I didn’t think he was dead, necessarily. I guess I hadn’t thought much about it at all. The producers kept his appearance (he and a spirited Estelle collaborated on “The Twist”) a secret until he showed up in skinny jeans (Bad Idea Jeans?) and checkered sneakers. I swear, when Estelle looked up to ballroom heaven and announced that “THE KING OF TWIST HIMSELF” would be joining her, I really thought she was just exaggerating and Len Goodman would be standing up there. They’d certainly teased Len’s “dance” hard enough! We got 10 seconds of low-level twisting, about enough so that we can all rest easy that the DANCMSTR has completed his basic stretches for the night. That’s it.

CRUEL TEASE.

Let’s move on to….

NEXT: Annie’s Top Seh-vehhhhhhhn! Moments of the Results Show

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