Wednesday, November 15, 2006


The big man did it! The winner of the Mirror Ball trophy for Dancing with the Stars is the Big Easy, Emmitt Smith!

Now I must repeat 100 times, "I will not watch any more reality tv, I will not watch any more reality tv . . ."

12 Comments:

Blogger sage said...

I don't have enough time to live in my own reality, but I don't watch much TV (I keep up with TV trends via V's blog).

8:25 PM  
Blogger LA said...

OMG, HE WON! CONGRATS! (I watched the finale, and I totally wanted Emmitt, he's got the greatest smile!)

9:18 PM  
Blogger Ryan said...

Wow, thank God Mario Lopez didn't win!
He bothers me for some reason.
I have not watched this show, but I totally feel you on, "I will not watch any more reality tv, I will not watch any more reality tv . . ."

9:20 PM  
Blogger GetFlix said...

It seems like there is nothing on but reality tv!!

9:37 PM  
Blogger prettykitty said...

haha diane, you crack me up. i forgot to get myself near a televsion last night, but i did read about it on the internet.

ps can you throw in a prayer for me as well?

7:45 AM  
Blogger prunella jones said...

I have a weakness for cheesy reality Tv.

8:08 AM  
Blogger LA said...

BTW, I thought Mario Lopez was a pretty sore loser. No class.

10:16 AM  
Blogger Diane said...

Mario was more gracious than his partner Karina! So rarely do the teams, people, politicians, that I support win, I'm happy to be on the winning side for a change. First the elections, now DWTS . . . where will my wave of success crash?

12:07 PM  
Blogger M-M-M-Mishy said...

Emmitt deserved it. And I was right, Mario was smarmy and a sore loser and his stupid little dance partner was annoying. I guess its back to SBTB as Mario's biggest claim to fame! haha

12:24 PM  
Blogger v said...

As much as I hate to see a Dallas Cowboy succeed, I'm glad an athlete won over a former teen idol. Though I read in reports that Lopez was actually a pretty good dancer. Anyway, for those interested New Yorker's dance critic wrote a piece in Slate about the show, I found it rather interesting.

3:42 PM  
Blogger Diane said...

v - great article at Slate!

5:39 PM  
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