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Last night on Dancing With The Stars, the judges seemed to be awarding perfect scores or something close to it after every dance. I think at this point in the season the celebrities are better, but there must be some rule that says that perfect scores really need to start being given now to ratchet up the drama. I think another reason for doing it is so the audience gets to decide their favorites rather than the judges. If everyone has the same score, it takes the process out of the hands of the judges and leaves it to the people who actually care enough to vote. With as many talent shows as I have watched since American Idol started, I have yet to pick up the phone or go online and vote for any of the performers. I guess I'm not invested enough in the outcome to vote and I wonder what the percentage is of people who watch and people who vote and how it differs from show to show. When all was said and done last night it was Charlie White who was cut.
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