Dancing With The Stars contestant Chelsea Kane and her professional partner Mark Ballas received unanimous praise for their waltz routine on last night's show (11th April 2011) reports the New York Daily News. Dancing With The Stars moved into its 'Classical Week' and the young duo effortlessly racked up a score 26 out of 30.
Elsewhere on the show, Ralph Macchio regained his early form and Hines Ward also performed a solid routine. At the bottom of the leader-board, Kendra Wilkinson was criticised for her 'stiff' routine, with Carrie Ann Inaba noting, "Elegance is not that different from sexy. You're a beautiful dancer, you just need more confidence!" Kirstie Alley, who fell to the ground during last week's routine, lost a shoe during her waltz with partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy. After the performance, the 60-year-old joked, "It's funny but it's not right!", while Carrie Ann added, "You're the queen of unexpected mishap". All contestants performed with the backing of a 46-piece orchestra and Welsh singer Katherine Jenkins was the show's special guest singer.
Dancing With The Stars will say goodbye to another contestant during tonight's results show. Kendra Wilkinson is the favourite to get the chop after scoring just 18 points.