Brandy Ties for Top Spot on 'Dancing With the Stars'
After three weeks at the top of the leader board, Brandy again finds herself at the top but this week tied with actress Jennifer Grey. This week each couple had to perform two separate dances for the best combined score out of 60 possible points.
Brandy charmed the judges with an inspiring waltz to Hayley Westenra's "Dark Waltz," which judge Bruno Tonioli said wasn't a dance but an "exquisite interpretation of song." Carrie Ann Inaba was a bit harsh when she got in the way of Brandy's a perfect score simply because the singer didn't elongate her neck. This is the second week in a row Inaba has been extremely critical of Brandy, but it still wasn't enough to keep her from the top.
Video: Brandy's Waltz on "DTWS"
In Brandy's second dance, she performed a fast paced Cha Cha to Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream." Check out how she breaks it down with a little hip-hop style. The dance earned her a 28 with the judges, combined with her near perfect Waltz, for a combined score of 57 out of 60.
Video: Brandy Cha Chas To the Top of the Leader Board
Jennifer Grey has been Brandy's main competition throughout the season. Due to the actress's dramatic flare the past few weeks, Brandy has been able to come out on top. Grey proved this week though that when she keeps her cool she is a force to be reckoned with. She and partner Derek Hough (who won last season with Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger) earned the first perfect score of the season with their Rumba to Foreigner's "I've Been Waiting For A Girl Like You." It seems inevitable that Grey and Brandy will face off for the Mirror Ball trophy, but hopefully Brandy can hold Grey off.
Video: Jennifer Grey Performs the Rumba
While Brandy and Jennifer are clearly the couples to beat this season, Disney star Kyle Massey is showing the potential for a dark horse win. He came in second place behind the top two contenders by only one point -- a 56 out of 60. Kyle showed that he is the master of entertaining the crowd when he performed a hip-hopping jive with partner Lacey Schwimmer to Little Richard's version of "Good Golly, Miss Molly."
Video: Kyle Massey Entertains the Masses with His Jive
We've been having some dreadful luck with "DWTS" predictions the past couple of weeks, so we're afraid to say that Kurt Warner or Bristol Palin will be going home tonight (Nov. 9) out of fear that it will jinx the show and Kyle will end up as the next celebrity cast off.
The remaining four couples will move on to next week's semi-final. Check out who the next cast off will be from tonight's results show, airing at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.