LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Dancing with the Stars results tonight didn’t end as fans and news had predicted. Dancing with the Stars results for May 3, 2011 started with Kirstie Alley and Kendra Wilkinson most likely in danger of elimination. While Alley has been consistently good through this competition, she had one of the worse scores last night, a thirty. Kendra, in contrast, had the best performance of this competition on Tuesday, otherwise had been consistently at the back of the pack this season. But as each week has progressed, fans have been surprised that Kendra has been able to hold on.
Was that the case tonight?
On Monday, LALATE said Chelsea Kane was stunning. But the judges weren’t so convinced. Kane with a thirty-four, and Romeo with a thirty, each had reason to be concerned tonight. Certainly that was not the case for two other competitors. Dominating news week to week as the best competitors this season on “Dancing”, Hines Ward and Ralph Macchio each with a thirty six score last night impressed everyone, proving they are the two teams to beat.
But if Ward and Macchio are the likely heading to the final three, who is the other dancer still likely to make the final show?
Kirstie was lackluster last night on the jive. Len said “I could find very little to commend it.” Bruno was impressed, however, remarking “Your musicality and your instinct is absolutely on the money.” Carrie Ann, however, wasn’t, stating “It wasn’t quite enough of the jive … you went out of sync.”
Kendra was good, but not great. Len said she faltered. “You’ve got to get more tension.” Bruno thought it was Kendra at her best. “You’ve never looked more elegant and ladylike.” Carrie Ann agreed “Kendra, I am so proud of you. Nothing but sophistication, elegance, confidence.”
Ralph was explosive, agreed fans and news critics last night. Len thought the same, remarking “I like the energy.” Bruno said “you sell it like nobody else can.” And Carrie Ann said it was their best dance in several weeks. “This is the way I want to see you attack this competition.”
But was Ralph as good as Hines? The judges thought so. Len said “Overall, I liked it very much.” Bruno agreed, remarking “I like light and shade. But Carrie Ann thought there were “just a little off-balance at moments.”
Could Romeo be the top three competitor? Last night didn’t prove it. Len remarked, however, “You’ve gotta up your game.”Bruno said it needed more. Carrie Ann said ” I don’t know if it was sending the samba message.”
But in the end, eliminated tonight, after weeks of great performances, was …. Kendra Wilkinson.