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Dancing With The Stars 2011 Results, Scores For March 28: Hines Ward Closes Show

The second week of Dancing With The Star’s 2011 season began with Sugar Ray Leonard, who looked much more confident than he did last week. Judges found his footwork tough to watch. I still have no idea what I’m looking at. It looked fine to me. He scored a 17, totaling 34 for the two weeks, which isn’t likely to be among the top results.

Seems the scores from week one and week two will be combined to decide who’s eliminated. Learning so much.

Former Georgia Bulldogs star Hines Ward quoted OutKast’s “ATLiens” and dropped a “shawty” and “crunk” during his training montage, in case you’re still wondering why we’re covering this. Sporting red and black during training and his performance just like his college days, Ward and partner Kym Johnson quick-stepped to an unacceptable version of Stevie Wonder’s “Part Time Lover.” Judges highly approved again, scoring him a 23, meaning 44 overall and second-place overall after two weeks.

Before Ward, Kendra Wilkinson of Playboy and apparent television fame was pretty boring. The judges gave her an 18 (36) and told her that her — good Lord, and I quote — “chesticles” are too big. Just gonna sprint through the rest of these, y’all.

Chelsea Kane earned an 18 (39), Chris Jericho grabbed a 23 (42), Petra Nemcova scored another 18 (36), Kirstie Alley took a 20 (43), Mike Catherwood (WHO?) managed a 17 (30), Lil Romeo mustered a 23 (42), Wendy Williams produced a 17 (31) somehow, and last week’s champ Ralph Macchio brought in a 21 (45).

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Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.