The best of the best, the cream of the crop, the creme de la creme - and one other team that will come in fourth - are left on "Dancing With the Stars." Monday night was the semi-finals!Nicole Scherzinger, Evan Lysacek, Erin Andrews and Chad Ochocinco faced off in two rounds; a ballroom round and a Latin round that featured a solo from each of the celebs.“Dancing With the Stars” judge Carrie Ann Inaba shares her feelings with Entertainment Tonight about some of the final five contestants on the show.According to Carrie Ann, favorite Nicole Scherzinger is the best dance they’ve ever had on the show but she “needs to keep it exciting.” she asks of Chad Ochocinco and professional dancer Cheryl Burke‘s rumored romance.“That’s a whole lot of man and a whole lot of personality. I think he’s a handful.” And finally, she says that Erin Andrews and Chad Ochocinco are the ones to watch down the stretch. Could either of them sneak in and steal the crown away from Evan or Nicole?He was also named to the 2003 Junior Worlds team; following the withdrawal of Parker Pennington, the higher-ranked man on the two-man team, Lysacek was the only United States men's skater at the competition.At the 2004 Four Continents he won the bronze medal, his first senior-level international medal.
Carrie Ann said, "Honey, that was amazing," and added that Erin was "in [her] power." Len wasn't a fan of Maks "funky monkey" paso choreography. Then, in a last ditch effort for your pity, Bergeron made a Spartacus joke.The show gave me a different but fun way to keep challenging myself.” The team performed the Viennese Waltz during Week 1 and revisited it during the finale.Other dances Team Evanna performed include: Jive, quickstep (Week 3 and the finals), tango, rumba, samba, swing, Argentine Tango (Week 7 and finals), cha-cha-cha (team), waltz, futuristic cha-cha-cha, foxtrot, Paso Doble and the freestyle.The good news is that this isn't enough to keep him from skating forever, just during the Olympics!Here's what he said: Tags: evan lysacek, figure skater, injuries, olympic, olympics, snow sports, sochi Juicy!