Dancing With the Stars Critics: Corbin Bleu, Elizabeth Berkley Have Unfair Edge!

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Some Dancing With the Stars critics are hammering the show for the perceived unfair advantage of trained dancers Corbin Bleu and Elizabeth Berkley.

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    It isn't fair to compare those who are learning to those who have danced since childhood. Elizabeth has also been dancing since childhood, up to 17 lessons a week, not just since Showgirls. The great thing about the show has been seeing non-dancers becoming great dancers, finding the hidden talent, these ringers overshadow them unfairly. Jack Osborne, Snookie, Amber, Christina and Leah all show promise, but it will be hard for them to compete against professionals. Last season winner, and a favorite of mine since American Idol, I thought she had a great chance to win it, Kellie Pickler surprised everyone with her abilities, that is what the show is about, not dancers competing against non-dancers.

    I remember when they signed Marie Osmond and later her brother Donny, fans thought it wasn't fair because they had danced on stage as singers, thought it isn't anything like ballroom dancing. Now they are having actually professional dancers as contestants. This is supposed to amateurs learning from professionals, not professionals dancing with professionals.

    I know they have non-dancing stars begging to be on the show, so they don't need to use professionals.


    They should have all professional dancers or all amateurs. It's unfair that professional dancers compete with amateurs, and then the judges belittle the amateurs.


    It definitely is not fair to have trained dancers supposedly "competing" with those who are just learning. They all do not have an equal chance to win. I thought that was the object of the show.


    I think about the way new to see dancing


    so he's IN the sanitary towel-business now?

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