It is time for the last five to become the last four years, and I put my money on Romeo. Yes, Ralph received the lowest score among the judges, but Ralph has the advantage of not covering some stupid movie or album or whatever the hell at any moment a microphone stuck in his face. Of course, Ralph could not be a movie or an album to promote at this time, but you know what? I do not know, because I was not flogging something. Romeo, I feel like I see in the version of the infomercial "ETAP" If I do not care if you make a decent cha cha. I TiVo through the ads for a reason, dammit.
However, we go to this party an unnecessarily long time. Len asks Kirstie, and Max once again steaming Argentine tango. It is wrong to say that is a cute couple? Yes, 60-year Kirstie friggin 'old, but her hair and a much younger woman.
Thus, the first couples to block Kirsten & Maks and Kym & Hines. Kym Hines, compliments of his prey. And he wants the ring finger, if they win the ball in the mirror. Hines just to laugh. Chad and his baubles Ochocinco ruined for everyone.
Oh yay, they are removed from the former Centre for Dance parody. Admittedly, this is not the worst waste of time "DWTS," but this is not the sports center (best commercials ever, for that matter). Kenny Mayne and Jerry Rice are games to look like idiots in costume dance nick, but you can tell this whole routine is a bit thrown together. I would love it if the stat sheet remained on the screen long enough for us to read because they are funnier than the rest of routing. In short, they reported that Kirstie is old and she babbles, but Romeo does everything for children (sometimes the troops, but most children) and lose the fat from his chiseled abs too. Len Goodman is sitting at the table and almost looks lost. Really, I think
Michael Bolton and Delta Goodrem to perform "I'm Not Ready". Michael Bolton is more like Rod Stewart on a daily basis. I still do not understand how he became a professional singer, because he always sounds like he has a runny nose for me. Delta is very good, which only manages to make Michael Bolton seems a bit 'wrong.
Among racks, Brooke asks if everyone is nervous and if you think you're going home. Romeo says, "The competition is very competitive." Sigh. Actually, Romeo? Go ahead, this plug. It is better to listen to Brooke make the same questions she asked every damn week.
Tal liabilities of three brothers to dance. Hefa, the oldest, is one of the dancers by Chris Brown. They are all very talented. Their father is dead. It 's sad.
Then, the steps of Delta Adele singing "Natural Woman." Adele is apparently in time. But in time she can not sing his hit "Rolling deep" later in the series.
Kenny Mayne, Jerry Rice and Len Goodman return for Dance Center. Kenny Mayne has dipped from deadpan to looking sort of depressed that he’s even doing this. He and Jerry declare that Ralph looks like a kid who got beat up after school. Then, Len worries about Ralph’s hips. Kenny thinks that’s weird, which it is, but it’s the bad crap someone at “DWTS” wrote, so he shouldn’t hold it against Len. There’s some prattle about Hines that’s not even worth rehashing. Oh, and Kenny can’t believe Chelsea’s costumes.
Adele is finally ready to perform. But wait a minute. Only two couples are safe and we have fifteen minutes to go? With only five (and soon four) couples left, the results show really shouldn’t be more than a half hour at this stage. Anyway, Adele sings “Rolling in the Deep.” Oh, look, it’s the “DWTS” Dance Troupe. I guess we should just be glad we didn’t have to listen to them natter on about how hard it is to dance! And they love being on the show! And they work so hard!
Finally, the last three couples are on the block. We see Ralph gimp around a bit. The guy has had some bad luck, and not just with his hamstring. He’s gotten some really crap songs to dance to. “Stuck in the Middle”? Ugh. Anyway, last night Chelsea was so happy
about her two tens. And she had fun. Romeo, on the other hand, thought it was messed up that his scores landed him near the bottom. Romeo, why can’t you just be happy and smiley like Chelsea? She may believe in the tooth fairy (according to Dance Center), but at least she doesn’t sulk about her scores.
The first couple in jeopardy is… Ralph & Karina. The next couple in jeopardy is… Romeo & Chelsea. What’s with all the booing from the audience? You got your votes, audience members, behave. Chelsea & Mark will be dancing in the semi-finals, whoot!
So, three minutes left in the show. Can we get to the final result, “DWTS”? Please? Karina looks like she’s going to cry. Chelsie looks like she’s going to cry. Poor things. I wonder if it’s hard watching another week’s paycheck disappear before their eyes when their celebrity gets the boot. The couple going home is… Romeo & Chelsie.
Brooke asks Romeo if he’s surprised. Really, Brooke, is there a good response to that? “Yes, because my fans love me and everyone else sucks!” But Romeo says he is and he isn’t, which is a fairly reasonable answer. Everyone is giving him a standing ovation. His life is changed forever! He didn’t dance at his own prom! He showed kids anything is possible if they try! He’s fearless now! I’m almost sad to see Romeo go now, what with all the encouragement to little kids and his newfound love of dance. And then he plugs his Twitter account. And now I remember why I found him annoying.