Now were you surprised? We were pretty sure that Chaz Bono and his partner Lacey Schwimmer would survive and that would be bad news for dancing and Bono’s knees. We were a bit worried about Hope Solo and even our favorite entertainer: Carson Kressley.
In the end, it was Kristin Cavallari and Mark Ballas who had been 24 in a four-way tie for fourth who got the boot.
Cavallari is a local girl–although she was born in Denver, Colorado, she graduated from Laguna Beach High School. From there, during her junior year she became part of the cast of the reality series “Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County.” She later joined the cast of the MTV series, “The Hills” in 2009.
Her fellow “Hills” celebutante Audrina Patridge lasted until week 6, going through the cha cha cha, quickstep, waltz, Argentine tango, rumba and paso doble before being eliminated.
Cavallari was the “bad girl” on “The Hills,” so perhaps being bad wasn’t good in this case.
Do you agree with Jimmy Kimmel that women voters for DWTS don’t vote for good-looking women?
Ricki Lake & Derek Hough : 27
J.R. Martinez & Karina Smirnoff : 26
Chynna Phillips & Tony Dovolani : 26
Kristin Cavallari & Mark Ballas : 24
Robert Kardashian & Cheryl Burke : 24
Hope Solo & Maksim Chmerkovskiy : 24
David Arquette & Kym Johnson : 24
Carson Kressley & Anna Trebunskaya : 23
Nancy Grace & Tristan MacManus : 21
Chaz Bono & Lacey Schwimmer : 18
- Cha cha cha
- Song: “Dynamite” by Taio Cruz
- Score: 19 (7,6,6)
- Song: “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend” by Marilyn Monroe
- Score: 22 (8,7,7)
- Song: “Crazy in Love” by Beyonce ft. Jay-Z
- Score: 24