March 29, 2011 04:17:22 GMT
The original 'Karate Kid' actor earns a total of 45 from last night and last week's scores, making him the leader of the pack.
"Dancing with the Stars" continues on Monday, March 28 with 11 pairs and other low scores. Ralph Macchio, who dazzled last week, is still the frontrunner with the highest combined score although he earned less than last week.
Macchio did jive with Karina Smirnoff. Len Goodman called it "frenzied", and Carrie Ann Inaba said he needed to be "sharper." The not-so impressed judges gave him 21 out of 30, which is 3 points less than last week's 24. Combined with last week, he scored a total of 45 which is the highest among other contestants.
Kirstie Alley, who was number two last week, earned 20 out of 30 for her quick step set to KT Tunstall's "Black Horse and Cherry Tree". Inaba praised her, "You and Maks (Chmerkovskiy) are going to be unstoppable." Meanwhile, Bruno Toli seemingly referred to George Lopez's pig comment, saying "Don't worry about the weight. You don't need to worry about that when you have talent." She earned a total of 43.
"Psycho" Mike Catherwood did better than last week, but he remained in last place. He earned 17 after he was told he "looked like a fly stuck on flypaper" and urged to be "lighter on his feet." Added to last week's 13, he earned a total of 30 which is the lowest accumulative score.
Meanwhile, getting the highest scores last night were Hines Ward, Chris Jericho and Lil' Romeo with 23 each. They are on the second, fourth and fifth place respectively on the combined-score ranks.
On Tuesday, March 29, one of the contestants with the lowest score combination and viewer votes will be eliminated. Chris Brown is scheduled to perform on the stage on this elimination show.