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Few penalties with Donald Driver's dance

Posted Mar 26, 2012


Dubbed “the most competitive cast of all the seasons” from last week’s season premiere, “Dancing with the Stars” did not disappoint for this season's second show.

Packers WR Donald Driver and partner Peta Murgatroyd worked their “quickstep” for the judges on Monday night. Their collective scoring was up from last week’s 21 points to 24.

The judge’s expectations from last week were that Donald would become a more refined performer and as Packers fans would expect, he delivered. In an unprecedented move, Judge Len Goodman apologized for his score from the previous week saying he “undermarked” Donald and Peta. Compliments from the judge’s table continued hailing Donald’s great lines and calling the duo refined and elegant.

This Tuesday night the first elimination round begins. Viewers can vote via phone and text message for Donald only on the night he performs; online voting ends at 10 a.m. CT the following day. Log on to abc.com to vote.

SEE PHOTOS FROM DRIVER'S MARCH 19 APPEARANCE ON DWTS

 
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