Well, as I predicted Josie, the super model was the first to go home. I did feel sorry for her and still feel like given a chance she would have made a great dancer. But, she's gone and it's too late for that.
I was disappointed to see that the millionaire (or was it billionaire) was also in the bottom two. I thought his rendition of the Cha Cha to Trailers for Sale or Rent was good. He did a great job of playing to the crowd and was a surprise to the judges for just that reason. Unfortunately sometimes, the best dancers don't always get credit and popularity takes over.
That was obviously the case or the boxer would have been in the bottom two. He was certainly there on points! For a totally different perspective on this week's Dancing with the Stars , this woman actually thought the boxes was good! Bad posture! Doesn't she know that's a bid no no in ballroom?
On to other things, last nights premiers of both Private Practice and Dirty, Sexy Money left something to be desired for me. I could care if the star doc from Grey's Anatomy moved to LA to a new practice to dance in the nude. I thought the show started off slow and nearly lost me.
Dirty Sexy Money on the other hand really lost me. While I'm not sure what the other half really lives like, I thought these people were disgusting. They had no morals and no character and no appeal. All they had was money and who cares. For me, you can bet, that show won't be on my list to watch.