Two dances this week. Who will be eliminated before next week's semi-finals?
Jennie Garth: I still think she's gonna win the whole thing. She seems scared to death out there though.
Cameron Mathison: Cameron has become my favorite, even though I don't think he's gonna win. He started off really poorly, and was one of the worst dancers of the show, but he has improved greatly, and seems to actually want to get better each week. His first dance Monday was filled with grace and elegance.
Marie Osmond: The most annoying of the candidates left. Always playing to the camera. Her partner, Jonathan, brings in his wife to show Marie it's OK if they dance close for the Rumba. I notice immediately that the wife always turns her head when Jonathan tries to kiss her. And she sort of makes a face. So, apparently it's OK if Jonathan dances close with Marie, as long as he doesn't try to kiss his own wife. And their Rumba lasted about 30 seconds. And Marie seemed very uncomfortable. And then Len called her old. Ouch. Tough week for Marie.
Helio Castroneves: The most erratic dancer of the group. He's either really good or really mediocre. He said a few words before the first dance, but I have no idea what he said. The first dance is the Paso Doble, which is my favorite of all the dances, and Helio knocked it out of the park. His partner, Julianne, my favorite pro dancer after Cheryl Burke, was wearing the ugliest outfit in the history of Dancing with the Stars.
Scary Spice: The best dancer of those remaining. Her husband came to practice for motivation, and I didn't realize she was married to former WWE champion Kurt Angle. She is dancing the tango with Maks. They are the best couple out on the dance floor, and really mesh well together, since they are both Divas. And Scary Spice gave the traditional goose to Tom Bergeron. What's that all about?
Jennie Garth: With the fox trot. Little-known fact: The reason Jennie and Derek are going first is because Derek is only 10 years old and has to be up early Tuesday for school. And the fox trot was nice. Jennie is sort of a middle-of-the-road dancer. But her fan base will pull her through to the finals. I still think she will win it all. And Bruno was right. Garth has yet to dazzle us this season.
Cameron Mathison: His partner, Edyta, went with the clothing optional costume again, which totally detracts from Cameron. Which is fine with me. Cameron hasn't recaptured the heights he hit with the Superman dance from a few weeks ago.
Marie Osmond: They gave Marie the two toughest dances for her this week. And if I never have to see her jump up and do the splits in mid-air again, that's fine with me.
Helio Castroneves: The best dance of the night. By far. And the first dance this season that I wanted to rewrite and watch again. Although, I don't think he was supposed to drop her at the end. And his outfit: Either a tribute to "The Mask" starring Jim Carrey, or a tribute to the banana section of the old game show "Tattletales" starring Bert Convy.
Scary Spice: Another good dance, but she was totally overshadowed by Helio.
Predicted bottom two tomorrow: Marie and Cameron
Who will go home: Cameron
Who should go home: Marie.