DWTS: Down to 10

Eleven couples did two really difficult dances Monday night. Only ten of them will get to learn a new dance next week. Get a recap of the third elimination show after the jump!

I have to say one thing about how they start the elimination show: I love that they just have the intro and then don’t waste time re-introducing the couples as they walk down the stairs to the stage. Why on Earth do they do that on dance nights? It’s a waste of time.

Now that I’ve gotten that out of the way, I’m ready to write about the rest of the show.

YAY! We get to see Warren and Kym’s paso doble! The more I watch this, the more I love it. I want Warren to keep getting better each week so he can be around for a long time! He honestly is one of the few I look forward to seeing this season.

So here’s the leader board:

1. Warren & Kym

1. Brooke & Derek

3. Toni & Alec

4. Cody & Julianne

4. Susan & Tony

4. Misty & Maks

7. Lance & Lacey

8. Maurice & Cheryl

9. Kim & Mark

10. Rocco & Karina

11. Cloris & Corky

The first couple safe: Toni and Alec. Next: Rocco and Karina. WOW! I guess fans of the celebrity chef got busy with the keypads.

Jessica Simpson performs her hit “Come on Over.” The pro dancers perform. I want to watch, but I’m totally distracted by Jessica (in a bad way). I skip this part of the show. More couples advance: Cody and Julianne, Brooke and Derek advance to the next week of competition.

Len and Bruno are also judging the British version of the show. That’s crazy – flying from Los Angeles to London and back every week! That’s 11 hours one way! The UK version airs on Friday and Saturday nights. Well, now I know why they make some of the comments we hear.

Next up, some dance performance. They’re wearing lighted costumes. It’s kind of cool. It might be cooler if there weren’t any lights on.

Jessica Simpson returns to perform “Angels.” Cheryl and Maks dance (and it looks like Cheryl is wearing Kim Kardashian’s dress). Again, Jessica’s singing distracts me, so I hit fast forward. Tom Bergeron says you can pick a dance for the pros to do. Go here to pick the dancers. And then design a costume for them to wear to enter the contest to see the show in person! Susan and Tony are safe.

Also continuing to the next round: Warren and Kym, Maurice and Cheryl.

Lance and Lacey are safe. Misty and Maks are safe.

That leaves Cloris and Corky and Kim and Mark in the bottom two. Cue dramatic music. And the couple with the least amount of votes and leaving…

Kim and Mark. Mark, who helped Kristi Yamaguchi win, couldn’t get Kim to shine. Oh well. At least his dad (Corky) is still in there – for now.

The top 10 will be back next week with new dances, sparkly costumes and the potential for a wardrobe malfunction.

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