After Marie Osmond
's collapse last night, the question for Dancing with the Stars
fans is will your votes be counted? The terrifying incident was a liability nightmare for ABC. If Osmond were to collapse while in the air, or in the middle of a risky move, she could be seriously injured. Despite the fact that Osmond claims to have had extensive testing to find the cause of the recurring condition, would ABC have even let her on if they knew she was prone to faint? Well see.
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The show starts off with a couple new angles and edits of Marie Osmond's collapse. Didn't take them long to capitalize on that.
Mel B and Maksim are encored, naturally, for their exemplary samba. It's just as good the second time around, but ends a little off time.
Jennifer Lopez will be performing next. I can't figure out if this is a step up for her, or a step down for Dancing with the Stars
. I guess it depends on whether or not Marc Anthony joins her for a duet.
Well, the performance is well put together, but isn't Lopez a little old for prefab bubble gum pop?
Sabrina and Mel saved. Big sigh of relief from Mel since she was in the bottom last week.
Marie says the air quality made her pass out. Allergies, "or something."
Jennifer Lopez is up again. Can I just say that I object to Julianne and Derek dancing sexy together? Please.
The bottom two are revealed. Jane Seymour
and Mark Cuban
. How can this not be Mark Cuban? Well, it is. The Cuban era is over. Is anyone surprised that Marie Osmond is remaining in the competition.
- Jon Lachonis, BuddyTV Senior Writer
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