Dancing With The Stars Kicks Off, Brooke Burke To Win?

September 23, 2008

Dancing With The Stars made its big return to television on Monday night, kicking off the seventh season of the show.  The big question right now is who will will win it?  There are clearly some talented dancers this season............Hollywood (ChattahBox) – Dancing With The Stars made its big return to television on Monday night, kicking off the seventh season of the show.  The big question right now is who will will win it?  There are clearly some talented dancers this season.

It is not going to be easy to predict who will be able to pull off the win this season on Dancing With The Stars.

The leader of the pack though to this point is clearly Brooke Burke, the model-actress who scored 23.

She led the way in the first night of the dancing competition.

Going beyond Brooke Burke, there are plenty of other talented dancers.

These include Cody Linley, who is dancing with the talented Julianne Hough, as well as Lance Bass from N’Sync, and Toni Braxton.

It appears as of right now that the two who will be able to really give Brooke Burke a run for her money will be Cody Linley and Lance Bass.

For those looking for raw entertainment, Cloris Leachman, the 82-year old, stole the show.

She was not happy with the low scores she received, and had to be bleeped out by the judges.

The first one expected to be out of the competition will likely be comedian Jeffrey Ross.


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One Response to “Dancing With The Stars Kicks Off, Brooke Burke To Win?”

  1. Oren Renfrew (Imperium) on July 15th, 2010 12:25 am

    I can’t to believe how amazing this fine woman is. I fall apart every time I see her.

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