‘DWTS’ Recap: Catherine Giudici Helps Sean Lowe Dance Passionately

Mon, April 29, 2013 10:01pm EST by 3 Comments
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Posted at 12:37 AM on April 30, 2013  

she want to castrate him?

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Posted at 10:11 PM on April 29, 2013  

The judges are really screwing Zendaya over. There was a point, near the end of the competition, where Len tore into Sean, said he didn’t get it and that there were issues with the dance, then Len gave the same 8 as Bruno and Carrie Anne, who had both liked the dance far more then Len had. That 8 by Len was clearly done as a “slotting” maneuver; because it was close enough to the finish that they could pick where Sean was going to slot on the leader board. A lot of what is going on here is obviously bogus. You cannot tell me that Jacoby matched Zendaya in the first round of dances, because now you are just insulting my intelligence.

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Posted at 3:58 AM on May 1, 2013  

This year Len Goodman seems to be tearing into many of the dancers. Apparently he has already decided who will win and the other non-dancers might as well be disregarded. Maybe he has special favoritism for Derek & his partners. He can be shirtless, but never criticized as he does to the other male dancers. His manner of judging is more of criticism with personal expression of disappointment with inexperienced dancers. Why have the show, he might as well award the trophy to his favorite. Len has become rude even the audience is disappointed.

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