Wilkinson was surprisingly expressive and captivating. For a self-described tomboy, she showed a remarkable level of post-Playboy tease.
Indeed, judge Bruno Tonioli described it as "hot and erotic." Wilkinson, though, looked curiously intense and annoyed after her performance. Rapper and actor Romeo danced to "I'll Be There," a song that reminds him of the death of two very young cousins.
There was a certain stiffness to some of his lines and only head judge Len Goodman had the courage to tell Romeo that he had taken "a huge step back." 6.
The evening was in danger of becoming extremely down-beaten until Pittsburgh Steelers' Hines Ward presented his samba.
"My problem is that we're running out of legitimate celebrities.
I just feel like, you know it's sad that we've gone through so much together and I feel like I've helped her and this is where we're at now.
His rumba was meaningful and yet his partner, Cheryl Burke, seemed to do a little more of the actual dancing.
Jericho posed a little more than he moved, which meant that the dance seemed to go from one set piece to another, rather than offering a flowing series of movements. Kendra Wilkinson earlier this week attempted a one-person wet T-shirt competition in a parking lot.
But his samba was an utter celebration of success - mostly fluid, mostly fluent and utterly absorbing.After the performance, Chmerkovskiy explained that his thigh had given out - or perhaps given in.If only they'd explained that the fall was part of the dance, they might have scored higher. Ralph Macchio has, perhaps, been the revelation of this competition., Maks discussed his exit further when asked if he thinks the show has run its course."I saw that there were a lot of changes last season. Host Andy Cohen told Maks that Remini said he and J. When asked about his relationship, Maks said they got along "until recently." Pressed further, Maks explained:"She stopped getting along with me. When she was offered a score of 9 by the most grisly of judges, Len Goodman, Nemcova skipped into the air, as if she believed every word of her chosen song. Sugar Ray Leonard wanted to prove he could beat the odds.