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Tuesday October 2, 2007 8:45 pm
Dancing With The Stars: Week 2 Loser
Wow. Dancing With The Stars fans really don’t like models.
Although Albert scored a 21 last night (putting him in a five-way tie), he sadly couldn’t outcharm that low-scoring, ‘mature’ guy (a.k.a Wayne Newton). As for Mark Cuban—who only scored an 18—I’m just going to assume he called in a few favors.
Going back into the DWTS archives, I found it extremely interesting how poorly other models have fared in this competition. Remember Paulina Porizkova? She was the first one eliminated last season. And how about Rachel Hunter? She was eliminated third in Season 1 (when there were only six competitors total).
I’m not really trying to make a statement or anything (because I really couldn’t care less)—I just thought I’d give you something to ponder.
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