The results are in...
Seriously, is there a single person with even half an ounce of common sense who thought she’d make it? Pretty as she may be, as I said before, looks aren’t everything, and as Len said last night, you never get a second chance to make a first impression. Alas, Josie Maran and Alec Mazo are no more.
Two things bothered me. One: there is nothing quite as obnoxious as that final commercial break before the results are unveiled. I hate commercials to begin with, and that last little “ooh, it’s so suspenseful, what’s gonna happen?” is just annoying. And two: I thought Mark did surprisingly well on Tuesday, and his score was higher than Floyd’s, so I was surprised that he had the lowest judge and public combined score. I guess what everyone’s been saying is true. It’s anybody’s game and you never know who’s going home.
Bonus highlights of the night were appearances by country star, Dolly Parton, who sang her classic, “9 to 5" and one of her new songs, “Better Get to Livin’,” and possibly the greatest tap dancer in the world, Savion Glover. I really enjoyed the pros dancing to Dolly, that was fun. Plus, it’s always nice to see what the dancing is supposed to look like. Savion is awesome, and his effortless, happy tapping was a nice detour from all the stress and criticism that surrounds the guilty pleasure that is Dancing with the Stars.