Dancing with the Stars: Mya scores another perfect ten
Down to four couples, "Dancing with the Stars" finds itself with 2 natural dancers in Joanna Krupa and Mya, one sentimental favorite in Donny Osmond, and one Cinderella story in Kelly Osbourne. On Monday night, those 4 competed for 3 spots that are available in the finals. Since the episodes are still two full hours long with only four couples each couple would do three individual dances which has never happened in the history of the show.
Mya has been the most consistent dancer of the season. She also landed the first perfect score of the season last week. Their waltz was not their flashiest dance. However it looked effortless and beautiful. Len, often her harshest critic, had no complaints, and neither did the other judges — Bruno even offered up another 10, putting Mya and Dmitry in the lead after the first round.
Donny Osmond's performance was not good last week.Len Goodman called it "a catastrophe,” and Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba were not much kinder.
Joanna Krupa and Derek Hough performed a Viennese waltz that was simple yet lovely.
Kelly Osbourne and Louis van Amstel have been up, down, and all over the place, but her foxtrot and jive last week both scored well. This week, Kelly faced down the rumba, a dance that looks easy but often trips up the unwary. Bruno noticed that it lacked “eroticism,” but Carrie Ann stressed Kelly’s presentation and impact, and her scores weren’t bad.
The second round led off with Donny and Kym's samba, where they desired to recover from their rather tragic tango. So far as samba is concerned, Donny found himself back in his sweet spot, sparkly purple outfit. Joanna and Derek’s cha-cha-cha incorporated her reliable slink factor that looked well.