On this week's Dancing with the Stars...
- IndyCar champ Helio Castroneves finally scored his first perfect 30 with his dynamic, fun quickstep. Itâ€™s as if heâ€™s been drafting, saving his energy for the push to the finals. And it began this evening.
- Close behind is Melanie Brown. She scored a 27 on her sharp, powerful tango and a 29 for her very fun mambo.
Helio scored a 27 on his first dance â€” the paso doble â€” which also was impressive.
- Jennie Garth started slowly with a 24 for her jive. Like Jane Seymour last week, the actress canâ€™t quite pull off the more energetic, playful dances, but does well with the more serious ones. She got a 26 for her foxtrot.
-Marie Osmond, whoâ€™s father passed away last week, may get the sympathy vote this week, but got little sympathy from the judges. Her rumba filled with emotion only scored a 24; and her jive got 25. She needs to be voted out finally.
- As mediocre as Marie was, she wasnâ€™t as forgettable as our favorite, Cameron Matheson, who got a 27 for his Viennese waltz and a 24 for his cha cha cha. Might he be in trouble?