Who Will Be Eliminated on 'Dancing with the Stars' Based on These GIFs?
Tuning in to Dancing with the Stars every week to see which celebrity's 1-2-step just wasn't good enough can be a little nerve-wracking. One wrong step, one little stumble, and their score is dropping further and further way from a perfect 30. Last week's season premiere had Olympic ice dancer Charlie White and partner Sharna Burgess wow the judges with their sultry routine set to a cover of 'Let Her Go' by Passenger and actor Billy Dee Williams and partner Emma Slater fall flat with their Star Wars-inspired cha-cha. With another episode coming out tonight, the question on everyone's mind is who is going to be eliminated next?
At the moment, it's hard to say when everything is so dependent on the contestants' moves and the whim of the judges. But who's to say that the actual dancing necessarily has to be the only criteria by which the contestants are judged? What if contestants scores took their outfits into consideration? Or music selected for each dance? If we had to guess based on gifs alone, then here would be our choices to pack up those dancing shoes.
As a Real Housewife of Atlanta, NeNe Leakes is more or less a go-to girl for gifs ranging from the naughty to the outrageous. Of course, she's basically saying everything that most of us wish we could say, though not necessarily on national television, but the fact still remains that most gifs of Leakes would paint a picture of her as a bit too short-tempered to remain a contestant for very long. Hopefully she won't have to kill somebody tonight.
Drew Carey is known for a lot more than just being the host of Whose Line Is It Anyway?, but as that's where most of his gifs are from that is what he will be judged on. Taken out of contest (and, okay, taken in context as well), Carey is hilarious and random but needs a good partner to play off of or else his routine might fall a little flat.
Candace Cameron Bure might make the list, too, but most if not all of her gifs are from Full House and judging her on DJ Tanner's reputation from the late '80s and early '90s would be no fair competition at all.
Unfortunately, or very fortunately depending on who your favorite competitors are, the judges don't consider gifs at all when making their decisions and there's no way of knowing how the stars will do until we see them dance. I guess we'll all just have to spend another night biting our nails and praying for those 10s.