Dancing With The Stars’ 10 Worst Dancing Duos
Dancing With the Stars‘ popularity isn’t all just because of the ballroom moves. Every season there is drama, conflict and adversity, and most often it is between the partners themselves. ABC has quite the feat to overcome when it comes to casting every new season of the hit series, but then there is also the trouble of matching up each pro with a celebrity. Fans have watched as these partnerships have turned into wonderful friendships and relationships, but sometimes the chemistry was just not there. With stressful situations, tempers always flare, but these 10 Dancing With the Stars partners were without a doubt the worst duos to be matched up on the show!
10. Kym Johnson and David Hasselhoff
Although Kym Johnson never said anything about working with “The Hoff” herself, there were many rumblings of what “a mess” he was on set of Dancing With the Stars. Johnson and David Hasselhoff were paired up for season 11 in 2010 and, according to those on set, “His people would call staffers 20 times a day, changing rehearsal times, canceling shoots and even suggesting things like camera angles and poses.” They added, “At first, Kym thought getting Hoff as a partner was quite a coup, but then quickly realized it was a mistake. She is so disappointed!” Turns out his diva behavior didn’t work well and the pair were eliminated first!
9. Mark Ballas and Kim Kardashian
Many forget that back in 2008, before Kim Kardashian was one of the biggest stars in Hollywood, she was known as the best friend of Paris Hilton and was just starting to make a name for herself. It was clear that she may be a lot of things, but a dancer was not one of them, which took its toll on the ever charming and patient Mark Ballas. Their relationship didn’t get as bad as many other, but he did say, “She wasn’t the best dancing partner […] Dancing was not her thing, but she’s a great girl.” Her poor moves didn’t get her too far and Kardashian and Ballas were eliminated third in season 7.
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