SAN DIEGO, September 23, 2013 – The first week scores on “Dancing With The Stars” were surprisingly high. The crowd in the Communities Live Chat virtual ballroom were amazed at the generosity of the judges except for Bill Nye the Science Guy. What was that score about?
Will the stars live up to their early performances in Week 2 for Latin Night? We know our chatters will. We enthusiastically welcome you to this week’s Dancing With The Stars Communities Live Chat. We expect all our sizzling hot chatters and their friends back in the virtual ballroom Latin Night Monday at 8 p.m.
For Latin Night, every couple will perform one of four classic Latin ballroom styles: the Paso Doble, Samba, Rumba, and Jive. Yes, the Jive is considered a Latin dance in ballroom competition.
The competitors with the three lowest scores after Week 1 are Bill Nye, Keyshawn Johnson, and Bill Engvall. Nye will dance a Paso Doble; Engvall gets the Jive; and Johnson performs the Samba.
No matter how good the scores this week, someone will go home at the end of the show. The judges’ scores from Weeks 1 and 2 will be combined with last week’s fan votes to determine who leaves the show. It’s always hard to see the first competitor leave.
A voting reminder: fans can vote via phone for one hour only afer the end of the show in each time zone. Online voting at www.ABC.com and on Facebook will be open for 24 hours beginning at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT and closing at the same time on Tuesday.
We enthusiastically welcome you to our weekly Dancing With The Stars Communities chat. We had a great time in Week 1, and we expect all our sizzling hot chatters and their friends back in the virtual ballroom Latin Night Monday at 8 p.m. Feeling hot hot hot!
“Dancing With the Stars” airs Monday, September 23 at 8 p.m. Eastern/Pacific Time on the ABC Television Network.
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