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Dancing With the Stars 2011 Week 7: Halloween Performances!

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It’s Halloween on Dancing With the Stars. What spooky getups will we see tonight? Lots of scares in the score category or just a bunch of treats?

David and Kym did a lively number. Not sure if I like their costumes, but whatever. They seemed to keep pace with the music and David certainly seems to have stepped in to his confidence as a dancer. Their score? 24.

JR and Karina get to dance with ghostbusters, or to Ghostbusters. They made it fun, but, not so hot. And wow, Karina’s outfit leaves little to the imagination…oh, wait, it’s a nude bodysuit meant to look like a ghost. JR gets a bit slammed as the judges don’t think he did his best. Well he’s been on top of the leaderboard for two weeks – that is a lot of pressure! He’s still received a 25 – higher than what some of the stars have ever had!

Nancy has to do a jive to The Devil Went Down to Georgia. She looks pretty good. Nancy has stepped in to her confidence a bit more too. Maybe not her fancy footwork, but we’ll see what the judges say. The crowd seemed to love. Carrie Ann and Len didn’t quite like it. Bruno just thought her shoes were too small. What will she end up with? 21.

Next up is Rob and Cheryl and they have a lot to prove with a Tango. But Rob likes to play pranks on her. What will he do when it is performance time? The Addams Family theme of course! And they both look like Morticia and whatever the Addams family man was named. Rob seemed to really bring it this week too. Will the judges love it? The audience loved it. Len says it was well done. Wow! Carrie says it was his best dance so far. They scored a 25. Still tied at the top with JR.

Gomez. Gomez and Morticia.

Ricki and Derek want to stay on top of the leaderboard, but can they? Ricki is bandaged up because she has some nerve pain – no cracked rib – but dep nerve pain. She’s dressed like Red Riding Hood and they do a really cool dance. They are going to get right back on the top with this one, I am sure. Len loved it, so that’s a start. 10’s? Nope…but a 27 which gives them the high score?.

David steals the scene as he dances with a skeleton in the background. What a ham!

Hope and Maks get to do the Samba. Can they do better than last week, when they almost went home? Maks was hurt, so Terry from the troupe stepped in to practice. She didn’t take it as seriously, or did she? She did, because she looked a lot better. The judges all said she did much better and moved her feet like she should have. Their scores were a 24, which is much better.

The team dance is up next. This should be interesting! Ghouls, ghosts and who knows what else is on that dance floor! Team Tango comes out first, and it’s Nancy & Tristan, David and Kym and JR and Karina. They Tango, or course, Nancy looks a bit stiff, David looks good and JR looks awesome. The second set of scores are going to be interesting. Len said the group parts were very good, but the individual parts were a disaster. And Bruno agreed. Yikes! Group score was a 23.

The second group dance was Hope and Maks, Ricki and Derek and Rob and Cheryl. Team Paso. They dress in all gray and black and look…scary. Can they dance better? It’s hard to tell, because it is so dark. Good strategy! But I think they nailed the dance moves…they were sharper and the couples seemed to gel more. Bruno said it was powerful and moving. What score do they get for it – 26.

Who is going home tomorrow?

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