Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Dancing With The Stars Results May 18th

Dancing With the Stars Results: May 18th!
Do you know who got kicked off? The Dancing With the Stars Results for May 18th sent Chad Ochocinco packing! He made it into the final four, but was unable to impress. Read more details below, including more photos and a great video!

The eliminated contestant stated, “I enjoyed it. I got some great criticism that’s made me stronger.” Maybe he will be a super bowl contender then this year?? The other three celebrities made it to the final round, and we will see Chad again and learn the final Dancing With the Stars results soon! 


‘Dancing With the Stars’ Results May 18th, Season 10, Week 9: Miley Cyrus Performs
 The results for week 9 of “Dancing With the Stars” brought an end to Chad Ochocinco’s time on the dance competition.

On tonight’s result show, former contestants Joey Fatone and Melissa Rycroft did a rock and roll styled Tango that had the former NSYNC-er dressed like a missing member of Kiss. Later on in the show, Rutgers University faced off against Utah Valley University and finished 8 points below UVU. The Rutgers dancers scored 21 out of 30, while Utah Valley University earned a 29 out of 30 after receiving accolades for the difficult routine they performed that came across ever so effortless. It’s now up to audience members to determine which school will square off against Purdue in the college dance competition.
As for the music, the performers for the night were Sarah McLachlan and Miley Cyrus. McLachlan did a tame medley of her songs weeks before she relaunches the Lilith Tour. Meanwhile, Miley Cyrus came out of a cage for her new single “Can’t Be Tamed” to promote her new adult like content. The “Hannah Montana” star performed her single for the first time in a Beyonce-lite leotard on the dance competition. The dance routine looked heavily inspired by the video for “Thriller” with a huge dash of everything Britney Spears thrown in.

Despite all the hay and theatrics, it was a somber night as the show bid adieu to Ochocinco. Erin Andrews, Nicole Scherzinger and Evan Lysacek will stick around for the finals for the chance to be crowned the champion dancer and win the ball trophy. And, while Ochocinco is out, he considers himself a winner. “This was awesome, I enjoyed the journey, I got some great criticism that only made me stronger. In my eyes, I’ve already won,” said Ochocinco. “I’ll be here as a professional next year.”

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