‘Dancing With the Stars’ recap: November 10 results

    It’s down to the final four on ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars” as one competitor bumped from the ballroom floor.
    We thought Mya and Dmitry had the best dances Monday, so we were all set to see a repeat performance their Samba or their Quick Step—either was fine with us. Instead, Joanna Krupa and Derek Hough opened with their futuristic routine. Not bad, but they’re no Team Dmya.
    Unlike last week, producers didn’t make us wait to find out that Mya and Dmitry had earned a spot in the semi-finals. Despite having the highest judges scores, they were the second couple saved from elimination. Derek and Joanna were first.
    After them DonnY Osmond, Kelly Osbourne and Aaron Carter were still on the chopping block. While Donny has been good this season, his dances haven’t been anything to jump and shout about in our opinion. When put up against his younger competitors we thought it was really his time to go. Apparently we had another think coming since he was the next stat to make it through to the semi-finals.
    It would be a shame to see either of them kicked out of the competition since they both do a pretty good job on the floor. This elimination was a tough one for us to call. When Kelly gets it right, she really nails it and we couldn’t help but really root for her. However, Aaron’s performance has been far more consistent, but he’d been pegged as the crybaby of the cast.
    To our surprise there were no tears when he was cut from “Dancing With the Stars.” He left with humility, and it seemed that his castmates would miss the high-spirited singer.
    They can’t sulk about his departure for too long, though, because next week is the semi-final round of “Dancing With the Stars.” Competition is stiffer than ever as each couple must really step it up in order to make it to the final round.
    If, like us, you want to up Mya’s chances to take home the mirrorball, then you’ve got to vote. 




    – Sonya Eskridge






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