Saturday, August 29, 2015

Who got the first hook on 'Dancing with the Stars'?

Lisa Vanderpump, Andy Dick and Wyonna Judd were all on the endangered list.

Who got the first hook on ‘Dancing with the Stars’?


  Somebody check on Naomi.

It’s been a rough patch for the Judds. First Ashley withdrew from running for the senate seat in Kentucky. (Or was she pushed?)

And then last night Wyonna Judd got the hook on Dancing with the Stars.

Maybe not a surprise, but still. You had to think her country music fan core would get her through the first round, past fellow bottom dwellers Andy Dick and Lisa Vanderpump.

Of course it could have something to do with Wynonna’s dance with Tony Dovolani on Monday's Prom Night theme.

Warning this is the most gruesome prom related footage since Carrie. Watch at your own risk.

Even I could have told her a samba set to Def Leppard’s “Pour Some Sugar on Me” was a terrible idea. And that  totally random trip tp Vegas to visit the band? What the hell was that about?

Wynonna joins the saddest club in the world: the clumsy guild of first castoffs of the DWTS season. Among the dancefloor disasters: Tucker Carlson, Penn Jillette, Pamela Anderson, Kenny Mayne and David “The Mad Hoofer” Hasselhoff.

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A true child of TV, David Hiltbrand has worked as a critic at People and as a columnist and editor at TV Guide.

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