They always have an old guy or girl - George Hamilton, Tom DeLay, Woz, Cloris Leachman, Wayne Newton, and even back to John O'Hurley on the first season.
Buzz is this season's.
Just like Chad is this season's football player and Lysaek is this season's ice skater and some of the rest are the season's "who?" (I have NO idea who Turner, Scherzinger, Nash and Pavelka are)
We'll be back right after order has been restored here in the Omni Center.
That the universe was formed by a fortuitous concourse of atoms, I will no more believe than that the accidental jumbling of the alphabet would fall into a most ingenious treatise of philosophy - Swift
Aiden Turner and Edyta Sliwinska Buzz Aldrin and Ashly Costa (formerly DelGrosso) Chad Ochocinco and Cheryl Burke Erin Andrews and Maksim Chmerkovskiy Evan Lysacek and Anna Trebunskaya Jake Pavelka and Chelsie Hightower Kate Gosselin and Tony Dovolani Nicole Scherzinger and Derek Hough Niecy Nash and Louis Van Amstel Pam Anderson and DWTS newcomer Damian Whitewood Shannen Doherty and Mark Ballas
Originally posted by Amos CochranSerzinger's going to have a massive advantage, surely.
Scherzinger's advantage won't be that much - Erin Andrews is a former dancer, too. And Ochocinco (NFL athletes tend to do well unless they're completely inept) along with two-time winner Cheryl Burke (hawt) have a real good chance as well.
Poor Ashly. She had a great run with Joey McIntyre in the first season, then got saddled with terrible partners in Master P and Harry Hamlin. She takes 6 seasons off and comes back, only to get Buzz Aldrin. She's like the Meg Griffin of this show.
I'm hoping Ochocinco and Erin Andrews are the final two, just to watch Deadspin explode.
One of the math problems we use at The Princeton Review involves a fictitious "Buzz Aldrin High School". Anytime I get a question about it, I always do a little survey of how many kids in the class know who Buzz Aldrin is, and then how many know who Neil Armstrong is.
Now there may be a short window of time where more of the kids know who Aldrin is. B^)
Originally posted by Peter The HegemonOne of the math problems we use at The Princeton Review involves a fictitious "Buzz Aldrin High School". Anytime I get a question about it, I always do a little survey of how many kids in the class know who Buzz Aldrin is, and then how many know who Neil Armstrong is.
Now there may be a short window of time where more of the kids know who Aldrin is.
They're probably confusing him with Buzz Lightyear. : )
I do know about this stuff. These books are humongous best sellers. I only read the first one and I thought it was okay; it didn't fill me with revulsion like Dan Brown's oeuvre but I wouldn't say it was great or anything. But a lot of people do.