Dancing With the Stars Judge: No More Palins, More Same-Sex Couples!

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Between Bristol's run to the finals and reports that her father, Todd, may be next, many people can't get enough of the Palins on Dancing With the Stars.

One judge on the show certainly can, though.

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"I think one Palin was enough," Carrie Ann Inaba told E! News, responding to Todd Palin speculation. "I think we need to go on a Palin vacation for a bit."

Palins mean ratings, but that's not enough to sway one judge.

"Although it was such great media attention, I think it was too controversial," Inaba explained. "I think people got confused about what they were rooting for"

"Are you voting for dancing on the show or are you voting for a Party? I think it made it uncomfortable for a lot of people who just want to see dancing."

"I like to keep it simple. I think it diluted things."

As for other reports that DWTS will follow in its Israeli counterpart's footsteps by including a same-sex couple in the competition - Portia de Rossi is said to be on executives' wish list if the U.S. version goes that route - Inaba is all for it.

"I want it to happen," Inaba said. "Although I think we'll have to work on some of the judging and the techniques of leading and stuff like that."

"Once we get passed all that, I think it could happen."

Do you think DWTS should quit the Palins, or ride that train for all its worth in the coming seasons? Should they lobby for Sarah herself? Should the show glorify teen pregnancy by bringing on Maci Bookout or Amber Portwood instead?

Moreover, should there be a same-sex couple? Vote below:

 

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Exepcted the same sex remark from the male judges - not from the cute chick

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We should have started dancing with one arm waaay before.

Cristian de la Fuente [following his injury, trip to the hospital and subsequent stellar performance]

I am not the best dancer, and I have not been the best dancer from the beginning. I am happy we made it this far.

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