DWTS First Week’s Dance: The Cha Cha

I know many of you weren’t able to see the first night of Dancing with the Stars.   Here’s the video of what Mark and I managed to do with the cha cha!

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  • PH

    Great job Bristol! Good luck next week!…:)

  • http://DonnaGlenn Donna Glenn

    I thought you were beautiful and awesome. I actually didn’t see one flaw, but guess I am not the judge. Your facial expressions and your body language not only showed confidence, but felt your expression of loving every step of the Cha Cha. Actually this has always been my favorite dance. I love Proverbs 3:5
    That is a super verse . Hang in their, you will be the winner!!

  • rob hart

    Your son is and was adorable. Loved it when he stuck his fingers in his ears because of all the applause. Very cute! You did a great job and it shows that you are getting more comfortable in your own skin. Could you ever wear something like the lady pros? Now that would be bold and courageous. GAME ON! 24/7

  • http://bobbisbuzzing.blogspot.com/ Bobbi Jo Nichols

    Bristol I think you did an amazing job! You looked beautiful and loved the pretty smile on your face.
    Keep up the great work. Hugs, Bobbi Jo -AZ

  • Mae

    I love your realness and enthusiasm. And Tripp is a doll. What a sweetie. He sat through that show perfectly. My 5 year old would’ve been squirming and begging for things after 20 minutes. It’s a daily battle with young kids.

  • http://us4palin.com Ron Devito

    You were great, Bristol! Do what those judges said. First, keep doing right what you’re doing right. Work on those arm motions – more power and focus in the moves. Learn the lessons they gave. And go back to what your mom teaches. What are you weak at? Hit it. Hit it again. And again. And again. Don’t stop till that weakness is a strength. Now…integrate it. How many hours are you training? You don’t have to post it. That’s not the point of the question. The point is – whatever the number is – add at least an hour or two /day. This is All Stars. You’re an All Star. Go for the gold. Use the additional training is to polish the rust and get you back to full proficiency….and when you’re done with this, don’t let two years go by. Never do that again. Keep your head in the game. Bang out a jive or a cha-cha at home in front of the mirror a few times a week. My wife is a dancer, teacher, choreographer. She’s in class at least 5 days/week just to stay in shape. When she travels to Mexico, she goes to her classes there. You can do this, Bristol. You have it in you and don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t. You can rule that dance floor. OK…enough of my pep talk and I’m getting this into syndication now.

    • Fado

      Seriously Ron? Sarah teaches to work on what you’re weak at? Hit it again and again? Sarah Palibs weakness, so apparent when she walked onto the national scene in 2008, is her lack of knowledge. But she did nothing to improve that since then. Nothing. Hence, she is a fading celebrity when she once had the charisma and connection with some people to be a major political figure. No more. But then again, maybe celebrity was all she was ever interested in in the first place.

  • janie

    bristol you are great dont be intimidated go for it shake it and keep on dancing love you girl hugs janie k tennessee

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    • Rose Albert

      Wow that was fantastic. You really got the moves down kiddo and you are even more beautiful than last year. Keep up the good work.

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  • Terri

    “The person without the Spirit does not accept the things that come from the Spirit of God but considers them foolishness, and cannot understand them because they are discerned only through the Spirit.” 1 Corinthians 2:14

    The non-christian cannot bring themselves to understand that we christians are about Love and compassion, not hate and anger. They cannot grasp that we can disagree with someones lifestyle but still love and care for them as a person.
    Bristol, you are a great inspiration to many!! Keep it up and you have my vote for that mirror ball!

    • Fado

      Terri when you say ” lifestyle” you are very likely referring to homosexuals. You should know that it’s not a choice, not a lifestyle , but rather who they are. Understand that, change your wording and THEN you will get somewhere.

      • liberty

        I prefer what GOD sez than your interpretation GOD sez it’s a sin if you don’t like that take it up with GOD. We will see how far that gets you .

        • liberty

          My post was in responce to FADO I mean.

          • liberty

            This place needs an Edit button.

          • Fado

            Liberty, it’s not really what I ” sex”. It’s simply what IS. You are free if course to believe that God says homosexuality is a sin, but just know that not everyone shares your belief in God and what he/ she “sez” is a sin. Your personal religious faith and beliefs are your own. Understand this and then maybe you too will get somewhere with others.