Former State pathologist Dr Marie Cassidy, latest to be dropped from RTE’s Dancing with the Stars

Former State pathologist Dr. Marie Cassidy is the latest contestant to be eliminated from RTE’s Dancing with the Stars.

After opening the cinema-inspired show this week in a monochrome, animal-print ensemble as Cruella De Vil in the Disney classic 1001 Dalmatians, she and her dance partner Stephen Vincent were hit viewers voted not to participate in the popular ballroom dance reality show.

While they earned just 15 points for their slow foxtrot in front of the jury, Marie’s character ‘Diva’ takes center stage in Hollywood’s golden age, Era-inspired setting Art Deco as she quickly walks her dog across the floor.

“Diva, diva, diva,” exclaimed judge Arthur Gourounlian, noting that the dog walking segment has been his ‘highlight’ of the season so far.

Dr. Cassidy thanked her partner and said: “It’s amazing, thanks for giving me the opportunity to do something.

Meanwhile, Eurovision singer Brooke Scullion and her new partner Robert Rowinski scored an impressive 24 points for their paso doble as they strutted around in matching circus conductor costumes for the role’ The Greatest Showman’.

Although describing their performance as “a bit wobbly”, judge Loraine Barry said: “What I saw was that the greatest performer matched the greatest performer on the great show. best in Ireland.”

It was the second performance on the show by Rowinski, who replaced Scullion’s professional dance partner Maurizio Benenato, who left the show after just three weeks to return to his native Italy for what he said was ‘ personal reasons’.

Meanwhile, former rugby star Shane Byrne was once again noted for his amusing antics as he started his tango with partner Karen Byrne by dashing through the game ‘wall’. playing video games in the Wreck-It Ralph video game villain costume from the animated film of the same name.

Wearing the character’s signature duffel overalls and a wig that looked like he’d smack his finger in a lamp socket, judge Arthur Gourounlian said of Shane’s character, “I love this look of you. It’s very interesting, I don’t care,” before he and the other judges put together a total score of 18.

Meanwhile, Panti Bliss rocked the dance floor, performing the fire-haired ‘witch’ Bette Midler from the comedy Hocus Pocus 2 as she and her dance partner Denys Sampson danced a high-octane jive.

Even the tough judge Brian Redmond was impressed.

“I think Panti Bliss is starting to fascinate me,” he said, before he and the other judges awarded them a score of 22.

But it is former Dublin footballer Paul Brogan who dominates the top of the table with an impressive 27 points – the highest score of this season so far – after his dazzling charleston with partner Salome Chachua.

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Dressed in gladiator outfits with the same lame golden ‘skirt’ as Charlton Heston’s classic ‘Hercules’, their high-energy performance scored top despite what judge Brian Redmond said” has all the ingredients to be a terrible God.”

Singer-actors Damien McGinty and Derry’s Kylee Vincent also impressed the judges with their ‘Elvis’-inspired dance to the late rock n’ roll legend’s ‘Burning Love’ , and they get a score of 25.

Judge Arthur Gourounlian said: “Your charisma is perfect – it’s hot. Former State pathologist Dr Marie Cassidy, latest to be dropped from RTE’s Dancing with the Stars

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