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  1. I think DWTS has lost its way that's why the viewership is down. Bring it back to what it originally was: a ballroom/latin-focused show with seasoned professionals (remember when these were world champions, not just SYTYCD alumni?) teaching celebs how to perform these rules-heavy forms of dance. Strictly Come Dancing is hugely popular as a show and tours, and is still a ratings winner although it's been on longer than DWTS. DWTS viewers don't even know what they are supposed to look for in particular dances because everything seems to have been jazzed up by these inexperienced pros and flipping Mandy Moore. They think performances with lots of mistakes should get high scores because they liked how they looked. They've made the show ordinary and unspecial by watering down what made it unique. Make the show classy and respectable again. Make Jazz and Contemporary choices, not compulsory dances that take away from the core and judges need to scold the pros when their celebs don't seem to have the basics down. Also, the viewers don't need to be informed by the show about any relationships forming between pros or celebs. Let people speculate and leave that to the media. I had no issue with Bobby winning. That shows the power of the viewing public. He got more votes than everyone else. The audience needs to stop whining and vote for who they want. Would those complaining about Bobby's win like for the show to be solely decided by the judges? Should they remove the viewers' vote? Do you think the audience would be as invested in the show if their voices were muted and they had no say in who wins?
  2. I DWTS has lost its way that's why the viewership is down. Bring it back to what it originally was: a ballroom/latin-focused show with seasoned professionals (remember when these were world champions, not just SYTYCD alumni?) teaching celebs how to perform these rules-heavy forms of dance. Strictly Come Dancing is hugely popular as a show and tours, and is still a ratings winner although it's been on longer than DWTS. DWTS viewers don't even know what they are supposed to look for in particular dances because everything seems to have been jazzed up by these inexperienced pros and flipping Mandy Moore. They think performances with lots of mistakes should get high scores because they liked how they looked. They've made the show ordinary and unspecial by watering down what made it unique. Make the show classy and respectable again. Make Jazz and Contemporary choices, not compulsory dances that take away from the core and judges need to scold the pros when their celebs don't seem to have the basics down. Also, the viewers don't need to be informed by the show about any relationships forming between pros or celebs. Let people speculate and leave that to the media. I had no issue with Bobby winning. That shows the power of the viewing public. He got more votes than everyone else. The audience needs to stop whining and vote for who they want. Would those complaining about Bobby's win like for the show to be solely decided by the judges? Should they remove the viewers' vote? Do you think the audience would be as invested in the show if their voices were muted and they had no say in who wins?
  3. The man is getting paid. You don’t have to love fame to do what Joe’s doing. It makes good business sense and if he and Kendall are really serious, ABC is paying for him to stay in LA and be with her. He gets some of his anonymity back when he retreats to Chicago and to his store whose location he still hasn’t revealed.
  4. I don't think we've seen everything that happened between these two. When did they discuss her commitment phobia or how suffocating her ex-boyfriends were? The producers chose to show us none of their serious conversations until the end.
  5. I'm also not thrilled about these new styles that the pros have not mastered. We've seen pros like Janette struggle with choreographing traditional ballroom and it is not fair to have both the pro and the celebrity try to learn a dance they are not familiar with. It is painful to watch them on Dancing with the Stars flailing about because they think that is what Contemporary dance is supposed to look like. I'm dreading Hip Hop/Street. The good thing is that they get to choose which one they'll do.
  6. Isn’t Jannette a person of color? She’s most definitely not white. Also, Katya is half Korean and she was the recent winner. I thought it was hilarious that so many people spoke out against almost 70 yr old Debbie McGee because of her dance past. She was damn good to be fair, but ballet isn’t ballroom.
  7. Can you imagine him doing the Jive or, as this is no longer a ballroom show, Jazz or Contemporary? Will he break character and start laughing in the middle of an emotional piece? I'm nervous about all of this but I still want to see him try and succeed.
  8. I personally like their chemistry and the candid moments we get to see of them when they're not aware they're being filmed. Joe just seems like he doesn't want to start acting with her when he knows the camera is on them.
  9. Joe probably doesn't want his store found, which would explain his evasive answer when asked where it is. Maybe people should stop trying to dig out where it's located. Let him say if he wants to.
  10. Joe could be just as awkward in real life but he does not seem particularly comfortable on camera. He is very aware that it's there. I have caught him more than once look straight into it. Tonight it was right after John and Chris were dancing in the pool. Dude is not an actor. I love him.
  11. Joe owns his business. He made his money in finance as a trader and opened his own store, apparently like some other family members. He has never answered any of the people on social media who have asked where his store is. These public appearances are not benefiting his business aside from the money he brings in.
  12. Are the producers responsible for that or Ellen just likes him? I know some of the people who work on her show love him.
  13. I don’t think Bachelor producers could have predicted how popular Joe was going to be with fans of the show and I kinda doubt he wants to be the Bachelor. There is so much focus on Colton that he is more likely their man for the job.
  14. No, he does not. Calling himself an alpha confirmed that and tries way too hard.
  15. Kiki and Sydney are there and they are not doing any ballroom together? His Cha Cha with Jenna was exciting and so damn good. This makes no sense but then I remember Mandy Moore is the tour coordinator. Jazz and Contemporary take precedence.
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