Now that season eleven of “Dancing With the Stars” has kicked off, it’s time to look on the Top ten celebrities who didn’t win “Dancing With the Stars”, but still created quite an impression during their time around the hit ABC show.
1. Sabrina Bryan: When Sabrina Bryan and her companion Mark Ballas were voted off in week 6 of season 5, it was quite the controversy, especially because the dancing duo obtained a perfect 30 in full week 4, the first few to ever earn such a high rating so early in the competitors. The audience and judges gasped in shock when it was announced that Bryan was leaving the competitors. In fact, an AOL poll voted their elimination as “2007’s most shocking Television moment.” Helio Castroneves ultimately went on to win the mirror ball trophy. For the 100th show, Bryan and Ballas Paso Doble was chosen as quantity nine around the prime ten dances from the initial 5 seasons. Bryan and Ballas had been the only couple in the prime ten that didn’t make it towards the finals.They returned to DWTS to carry out a Paso Doble to the tune of “Eye from the Tiger” for Macy’s Design-a-Dance competition.
2. John O’Hurley: Debonair John O’Hurley and his professional dance partner, Charlotte Jorgensen made it to the finals to compete in opposition to Kelly Monaco and Alec Mazo throughout season one. After followers alleged that Monaco’s victory was a set-up, ABC introduced that O’Hurley and Monaco would face off in a unique “grudge match” episode that was broadcast on September 20, 2005. O’Hurley and Jørgensen emerged because the winners. The rematch earned $126,000 for Golfers Against Cancer charity. Afterward the duo produced a dance instruction video called, “Learn to Dance with John and Charlotte”.
3. Mya: The singer competed with Dmitry Chaplain in season nine of “Dancing With the Stars.” She was a well-liked favorite from the starting and was expected to gain it all. All through the season, Mya obtained a “10” through the judges an astonishing 18 occasions. Her Samba in week eight, her Salsa in Full week nine, and her Paso Doble in full week 10 all received a perfect combined judge’s score of 30. Nevertheless, in the tip dark horse Donny Osmond pulled ahead to take home the trophy.
4. Mel B: Spice Girl Mel B and her companion Maksim Chmerkovskiy made an enormous impression throughout season 5. The pair was the highest scoring few from the season. Once they advanced to the finals, everyone thought the group of Mel and Maks was a shoe-in to gain, particularly after getting an ideal rating during their final dance. However, like Mya, Mel B ended up in second location, maybe simply because of her past dancing experience. Helio Castro was ultimately crowned the victor of season five.
5. Gilles Marini: The hunk through the “Sex and the City Movie” competed in season seven with his pro companion Cheryl Burke. The two scored the first perfect rating of the season in full week four with their Argentine Tango, and went on to rating four more perfect scores, such as two in the finals for their Paso Doble and Tango. Shawn Johnson eventually received season seven, but Tom Bergeron announced that it was the closest vote in DWTS history. Less than 1% separated the two celebrities.
6. Kelly Osbourne: In the 9th season, Ozzy’s daughter took to the dance floor with her partner, Louis Van Amstel. Right after her initial dancing, the Viennese Waltz, the judges were amazed at Kelly’s gracefulness and awarded her with strong scores. Throughout the season, the reality Television star developed into a truly stunning ballroom dancer. In the finals, Kelly’s Argentine Tango earned high scores, but she stumbled slightly throughout her freestyle routine. Although Kelly Osbourne received third location, she will usually be remembered because the contestant who improved probably the most over the course of a season. On the finish of her DWTS run, Osbourne credited the show for giving her a renewed sense of self-confidence.
7. Evan Lysacek: The Olympic ice skater competed in season 10 of “Dancing With the Stars” with his partner Anna Trebunskaya. Within the beginning from the season, he was quoted as saying, “I cannot dance!” Oh, but he could, and did extremely well in the competition. For weeks three, four and five, Lysacek landed on the prime of the chief board, and in weeks 7 and 9, he obtained perfect tens. Nevertheless, in the tip, his Quickstep and freestyle program had been not enough to overcome Nicole Scherzinger’s scores. Evan Lysacek ended up in second place, not a poor spot for someone who cannot dance.
8. Mario Lopez: The soap star competed during season 3 along with his companion and ex-girlfriend Karina Smnirnoff, who was making her debut on DWTS. Right after a complete of 15 dances, Mario and Karina’s total scores were higher than their closest rivals, Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke. In full week 4, Mario’s Paso Doble landed him at the prime of the chief board, as did his Rumba in full week 6, his Mambo in week 6, his Foxtrot in week 7. He obtained an ideal score from all three judges in full week 9. The season finale pulled in an astonishing 27.8 million viewers. Emmitt Smith won the final dance-off, but Mario Lopez will usually stay 1 of DWTS’s favorite rivals.
9. Stacy Kiebler: She lit up the stage on “Dancing With the Stars” with partner Tony Dovolani throughout season 2. Like the primary season, there was a bit of controversy surrounding the voting procedure. It grew worse when Jerry Rice and Anna Trebunskaya superior to the finals, despite the reality that Stacy and Tony clearly had better scores. Weeks 6 and 7 were Stacy’s strongest performances. She and Tony obtained ideal scores for their Jive, Viennese Waltz, Quickstep and Cha Cha. Having a total judges rating of 305, it seemed particular that they would move into the finals with Drew Lachey and Cheryl Burke. Nevertheless, that was not the case. Jerry and Anna did having a point complete of 254. Drew Lachey eventually went on to win the 2nd season of DWTS.
10. Laila Ali: Muhammad Ali’s boxing daughter and partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy had been a force to be reckoned with throughout the season 4 of “Dancing With the Stars.” Although she had no previous dance experience, Ali impressed the judges all through the competition, and obtained the first ten of the season for her Rumba. However, in the end, Laila Ali ended up in third location, falling behind Apolo Anton Ohno and Joey Fatone. In the tip, Ono took home the mirror ball trophy, but fans loved each minute of watching Ali progress all through the competition.