Dancing with the Stars 2015: Premiere Best Performances (VIDEO)

15 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Dancing with the Stars Has Returned With Soiled Underwear & Amazing Dances: Who’s on Top so Far?.

Paula suggested that perhaps she had soiled her previously white underwear, Carrie Anne Inaba made cougar jokes about Emma Slater and Hayes Grier, and Gary Busey changed our lives.

It was just one of those once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to see a Backstreet Boy, a Housewife, an American hero, and a Gary Busey in the same room…dancing. Bindi Irwin and Nick Carter walked away with the top scores after two totally flawless dances, followed closely by Tamar Braxton and Carlos PenaVega with two only slightly less flawless routines. Anyway, the barely-lucid movie star was obviously the highlight of the 21st season premiere on Monday, which featured the first Len Goodman-less season. So judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Julianne Hough and Bruno Tonioli had to figure out how to actually offer harsh criticism while still remaining nice enough to not crush C-list celebrity dreams.

Here’s our ranking for how this season could play out: Storyline: Bindi says she’s doing this to make her dad proud (he used to love to watch her dance around the zoo when she was little), which will no doubt be a heavily featured theme all season. Her energy is infectious and the crowd adores her. “That was the best performance of the night!” Julianne declares. “You really are the wonder from down under,” Bruno marvels, noting she has loads of charm. Sure enough, he tells Sharna that he’s always been insecure because he feels like he’s not the best dancer, and hid behind the rest of the Backstreet Boys. Performance: Nick kills it and makes Julianne blush in the process (she had posters of Nick on her walls as a teen, naturally.) Bruno predicts Nick will go far by making an inevitable “Backstreet’s back” joke. Hayes dances like a gawky teen, but the judges don’t care. “God, if I was only 30 years younger…I’d still be way too old for you,” Carrie Ann jokes, which immediately makes everyone uncomfortable.

Best known as: One of the three Americans (and a National Army Guard Specialist) who made headlines for heroics on a train from Amsterdam to Paris, when he and his two friends overpowered a man who opened fire. Performance: It was technically terrible, but who wants to vote this guy home after his comments to Bergeron? “I dance in a cosmos of riddles, and nothing means anything to me if I have to think about it, and with this young lady, Anna, from Russia with love, this is the one who sculpted me in what I am today dancing.” After Bergeron tries to control his laughter, Bruno compares the dance to a summer blockbuster: Chaos, mayhem, destruction…but “bring on the sequel!” Julianne says the cha cha wasn’t very good, but it sure was entertaining! This obviously sets up a good-natured rivalry, as well as the inevitable faux-jealousy issues, like when Carlos sees Mark Ballas give Alexa a kiss on the forehead after practice and call her “babe.” Performance: It’s pretty good, which makes sense given that he was in a boy band. She starts the dance by being lowered from the ceiling, and Julianne exclaims it was “a glorious entrance for a glorious woman!” Carrie Ann notes that Chaka was having fun, but so much fun that she clearly forgot the choreography.

Bruno reluctantly offers some criticism (“It pains me…because I adore you”) and says that her footwork was terrible, even though her personality was superb. Performance: Carrie Ann is not very impressed, saying that “it didn’t quite come together” and that it looked like Louis was simply dragging her around the floor. Can she tap into her reality show roots and pull it together? “It’s one thing to do reality television, it’s another thing to shake with another man,” she explains.

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