“DWTS”: Nancy Kerrigan…Break a Leg!

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Excuse me? It’s every girl’s dream to shake her behind?! Give me a break! I think not. That is the most ridiculous comment I’ve ever heard on ET. Every girl’s dream, mine at least, is to eat a whole chocolate cake in one sitting and still look like Marilyn Monroe.

So, I heard that Artem Chigvintsev adores Ricky Martin. Me, not so much. Isn’t El Ricky a has been? I’ve never cared for his music. Give me Elvis or Nat King Cole – not the ’Living the Vida Loca’ kid. It’s the only song he sang that I liked until I got burned out from listening to it a million times on the radio.

Let me move on to Nancy Kerrigan and the dance. I think the judges must have heard Nancy was on the verge of jumping ship from her spot on ‘DWTS’. They were oozing with compliments and high scores on Monday night.

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She did a good job, I’ll give her that. It was a lot more intricate and energetic. It was not worth a nine in my humble opinion. Len must have been in a great mood. That’s one sure way of keeping Nancy from fleeing the show.

Nancy worked hard and it paid off. She looked more at ease and in her zone dancing the Samba. She needs to loosen up a bit more. She really does have potential in those Olympic legs of hers.

Kristi Yamaguchi showed up to cheer for Nancy and to quash the ugly rumors behind the tweet she sent out telling Nancy to break a leg. I didn’t see it as a bad tweet. I am guessing the fans of today don’t know the history of what it means in show biz to “break a leg” before going on stage. People are so uninformed these days. It’s a wish for a good show.

Inquiring minds can read why this is a good wish.
Well-wishers typically say, “Break a leg” to actors and musicians before they go on stage to perform. The origin of the phrase remains obscure. The expression reflects a theatrical superstition in which wishing a person “good luck” is considered bad luck.

“Since telling dancers to “break a leg” is, well, kind of creepy, we say,”Merde” … “I also read that since there were animals on stage in many opera ballets, the dancers would say “merde” to help avoid their droppings.” -This is the good luck expression in the opera and ballet world … – Dance Enthusiast.

Hmm. Maybe someone should tell Kristi Yamaguchi to read this little tidbit.

Written by Susie

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