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March 28, 2007

Reality Check: Who got kicked off what?

Dancing with the Stars, American Idol and America's Next Top Model all sent someone home this week.  If you missed them, here's a quick recap of who got kicked off what this week!

Dancing with the Stars:

After Tuesday nights results show, two teams were tied for last place with 34 points.  Clyde Drexler and partner Elena Grinenko tied with Karina Smirnoff and Billy Ray Cyrus.  But that didn't seem to matter when you put their confusing point system into play.   As a result, Paulina Porizkova and her partner Alec Mazo, who was the champion of the first season of Dancing With the Stars, were given the boot.

Heather Mills seems to be the star power of the show without even really being much of a US celebrity.  She pulled some daring moves this week, as betting websites continue to wager on whether or not her prosthetic leg will fly off.

America's Next Top Model:

Today's the models-in-the-making were challenged to look like men.  They were each given a male persona and drag queen and told to work it.  Some of them looked convincingly like men.  Jaslene even looked like a hot straight dude.  It was mind bending. 

In the end, the two "full figured" models were left in the bottom two.  Tyra decided to let Whitney stay sending Diana home.  Natasha seemed to finish on top, because her photo got pulled first.

At the sidebar:  Tyra actually looked good tonight.  She didn't have on fifteen wigs, instead she had a cute conservative bun in the back.  She did have some drag queenish eye lashes on, but she realizes it making it perfectly fine by me.  Later in the show she even said drag queens watch her to figure out how to act like a woman.  She may be self righteous, but at least she knows where she fits into things.

American Idol:

As I told you earlier, Sanjaya Malakar didn't get voted off.  He wasn't even in the bottom three.  Instead Chris Sligh, Haley Scarnato and Phil Stacey got the least amount of votes.  In the end Chris Sligh said good-bye. 

The elimination show also featured a performance of "The Sweet Escape" by Gwen Stefani and Akron.  

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