Slo-Dancing With The Stars: Top Five Moments At Half Speed



Season 11 of Dancing with the Stars premiered last night, with perhaps the most exciting, eclectic cast yet. Teen mom Bristol Palin shook what Sarah gave her, The Situation supplied Seaside fist pumps, and Audrina Patridge sent tongues awaggin’ with her high-gloss legs and abs of steel. Margaret Cho performed a slapstick Viennese waltz and The Hoff violated our eyeballs with his gyrating hips.

At two hours long, the show gets snoozey, so we’ve taken the liberty of rounding up the Top 5 Moments, tossing in some slo-mo and a loop for maximum enjoyment.

5. Margaret Cho‘s Faux Fall


While we have a feeling Margaret Cho‘s unique brand of comedy will probably get her voted off the show in the next week or so, we loved that she stayed true to herself, golden Dracula-inspired cape and all.

4. Audrina Patridge‘s Twinkle Hands


We’ll admit we had low expectations for The Hills‘ resident space cadet, Audrina Patridge, but her impressive technique proved she’ll be more than just eye candy this season.

3. David Hasselhoff‘s Now Trending “Strut N’ Thrust”


While the song choice was a bit nauseating (“Sex Bomb”), The Hoff proved he’s still got plenty of shake in his 58-year-old hips.

2. The Situation‘s Ninja Moves


We knew The Sitch had a black belt, but were still pleasantly surprised when he brought his high kick to DWTS. Also, after a mere five days of rehearsal, the Jersey Shore star wasn’t half bad. Sure, his pigeon-toed feet were a little distracting, but we’re certain his charisma will breeze him through a few rounds.

1. Bristol Palin‘s Patriotic Shimmy


After vowing to keep things conservative on the show, this was Bristol’s opening shot. Make those stars and stripes wave, gurl.

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