Audrina Patridge tops Dancing scoreboard
- Bang Showbiz
- 5 October 2010
Former 'The Hills' star Audrina Patridge danced her way to the top of the scoreboard on 'Dancing with the Stars' last night (04.10.10)
Audrina Patridge topped the judges scoreboard on 'Dancing with the Stars' last night (04.10.10).
The former 'Hills' star and her dance partner Tony Dovolani wowed the panel with the waltz to 'Let It Be Me' by Ray LaMontagne - and received an enormous 26 out of 30 for their efforts.
However, the TV beauty admits her impressive routine was not as easy as she made it look.
She said: "We have really been working hard and my feet have been so unbelievably swollen! Now I know what 'dancing feet' look like."
The pair fought off stiff competition from their fellow contestants, with Jennifer Grey and her partner Derek Hough wowing once again for their sexy samba routine to 'A Little Respect', by Erasure.
They scored 24 out of 30 for the third time in the competition and were placed joint second alongside Brandy and her partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy, and Rick Fox and his professional dancer Cheryl Burke - who also performed samba routines.
Both Disney star Kyle Massey, who boogied a foxtrot with his partner Lacey Schwimmer, and celebrity contestant Kurt Warner and Anna Trebunskaya - who impressed the judges with their waltz - were also delighted with their scores, receiving 23 each.
However, things didn't run quite as smoothly for comedienne Margaret Cho and her partner Louis van Amstel - who were placed last with their samba to Barry Manilow's 'Copacabana', scoring just 18 points.
Teenage single mum Bristol Palin and her professional partner Mark Ballas were only one step ahead with 19 points for their foxtrot.
Florence Henderson and Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino marginally improved on that after their routines with partners Corky Ballas and Karina Smirnoff landed them with just 20 each.
However, this could all change at this evening's elimination, as the general public votes for their favourite contestant - with these results making up 50 percent of the final score for the week.