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Erin Andrews, Chad Ochocinco part of 'Dancing With the Stars' 2010 lineup

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erin_andrews_cubs_sexy.jpgThere seems no easier way to ease back into the blogging world than to talk about the "stars" of the athletic world competing in the next season of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars."

It certainly seems superficial enough.

The big name -- at least around these parts -- is gold medal-winning figure skater Evan Lysacek, who has already proven to have the adroit feet neccessary to contend in this dancing contest.
On the national level, page-view and Google Trends superstars Erin Andrews and Chad Ochocinco will also waltz their way onto the hardwood.

Ochocinco, who has mastered the public relations and new media game at a near-peerless level will undoubtably keep things interesting with his unpredictable antics. But, doesn't everyone just assume that Andrews will win this thing based on popularity alone? I've seen the show enough to know that that's not exactly how it works, but the normal rules of man seemingly don't apply to Andrews.

Out of theses three, who do you think has the best chance to win? To lose? To those of you who don't watch regularly, will any of these names make you tune in?

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Wow, this actually makes very good sense to me dude.


I'll watch if I know Erin Andrews is dancing.

I've only watched a few shows with the delicious Kelly Monaco, and Stacy Keebler stopped my channel flipping in it's tracks when I saw her on the stage. Those legs were mesmerizing.

Obviously the gold medal skater will win it. He starts off with too big of an advantage.

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