Chelsea and Romeo Topped the Leader Board During Guilty Pleasures Week, ‘Dancing With the Stars’

The group “Hanson” took center stage at the beginning of “Dancing with The Stars” on the night they labeled “Guilty Pleasures.” What does the label guilty pleasures represent? They represent the songs we love to sing in the shower and in the car.

How did the stars perform to these songs we all love and know, but may be to embarrass to admit it?

At the end of the night, Chelsea Kane and Romeo tied for the top of the leader board with a score of 28. Yet, as we know from previous shows, this doesn’t necessary mean this star is safe this week. It just means that he had a good night.

How did the other stars perform? Here is a brief summary of each performance, in order of performance:

Kirstie Alley and Maksim Cherovskiy: They danced a Samba. Len stated that she fulfilled her potential from week one. They received their highest score yet, a 26.

Chris Jericho and Cheryl Burke: They danced a Tango. Bruno gave him a harsh judging saying that he lost his timing so many times. However, Len thought he had good holds and good posture. They received a score of 22.

Romeo and Chelsie Hightower: They danced a Waltz. Carrie Ann stated that the dance was magical. Len stated that he danced with much maturity. Romeo received the first 10 of the season and got an overall score of 28.

Chelsea Kane and Mark Ballas: They danced a Quick-Step. Len stated that she had high energy with control. Bruno stated that she had so much zest. They also received a 10 for their dance and an overall score of 28.

Kendra Wilkinson and Louis Van Amstel: They danced a Samba. This was a shimmy filled Samba, that had Kendra dancing on top of the judging table. They received a score of 25.

Hines Ward and Kym Johnson: They danced a Viennese Waltz. Len stated that Hines was becoming the MVP. Bruno stated that it was pure pleasure from start to finish. They received a score of 27.

Ralph Macchio and Karina Smirnoff: They danced a Paso Dobla, even adding his trade mark “wax on and wax off” to the dance. Karina had a little fall during the dance. Yet, Ralph pulled her right up on to her feet and they continued dancing. Len stated that he had fire and passion and that he got on with it. They received a score of 24.

Now, it is up to the voters. They will have a tougher choice in picking who to eliminate this week.

The answer to who will be going home, will be answered tomorrow night, starting at 9 pm, ET, during the “Dancing with the Stars” Elimination show.