Also, can someone please explain to me why "Happy Endings" stars Damon Waynes and Eliza Coupe -- who Tom called out in the audience -- did not break it down on the dance floor?! Watching Melissa try to keep up with Maks during their side-by-sides was slightly unnerving.
She still has a long way to go, but in "Dancing With the Stars," having a few dedicated fans can carry you a long way.
When it comes Roshon and Chelsie, they're going to have to rely on their WOW-factor if they want to make it any further in the competition.
I'm not saying that Roshon is the worst -- because he's obviously not -- but he's still a relative unknown, so unless he pulls out all the stops, people will forget about him and not vote. Roshon didn't deserve to be in the bottom, but he was.
I'm sure we'll hear more about it on "The View" tomorrow. I actually thought that she was going to be my most improved this week, but then came the actual jive.
At the end of the day, "Dancing With the Stars" is a popularity contest, and sometimes you have to do something a little crazy to get noticed, which is exactly what Roshon did on the dance floor this week.
Sherri dedicated her rumba to her son, who was born three months premature in 2005.
That's why I'm calling him this week's most improved.
I can't wait to see what he brings to the ballroom next week.
However, it sounded like William received the loudest applause of the night for taking off his shirt -- a muy caliente move indeed.