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Ward, Johnson recover from neck injury on 'DWTS'

Posted on: May 17, 2011 11:26 am
 
Posted by Will Brinson

Hines Ward and his Dancing With the Stars partner Kym Johnson had an emotional moment during Monday's episode, as they relived a terrifying rehearsal incident in which Ward fell on Johnson as she was curled up underneath him and all of her weight pressed on her neck.

"It was a difficult move," Ward said. "I was supposed to swing her through my legs and lift her up and all my weight just came down on the back of her neck."

It's an absolute cringe-worthy moment, and it's pretty impressive that Johnson was able to come back and dance on Monday.

Even more impressive? The couple scored a perfect 30 on their opening Tango. Which, I'm told, is like beating the Ravens 75-14 in the playoffs.



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Since: Aug 23, 2006
Posted on: May 19, 2011 9:54 am
 

Ward, Johnson recover from neck injury on 'DWTS'

it's called good defense
Cool



Since: Oct 7, 2009
Posted on: May 18, 2011 3:17 pm
 

Ward, Johnson recover from neck injury on 'DWTS'

    "Hiney Ward" lol at Lumpaco



Since: Sep 28, 2006
Posted on: May 18, 2011 9:55 am
 

Ward, Johnson recover from neck injury on 'DWTS'

I dated a woman that competed in Ball Room dancing competitions. Reluctantly I went to one of the competitions to support her. Oh my was I impressed. There were so many women with the best legs and rears you will ever see at one time in one place and they are wearing very sexy outfits.

I think it is great that Hines Ward is competing. Women love to dance and if you can dance you will get more tail than any man that can not dance.

I do not watch the show but I am rooting for Hines.  I am glad Kym Johnson was not hurt badly.




Since: May 2, 2011
Posted on: May 18, 2011 12:42 am
 

Ward, Johnson recover from neck injury on 'DWTS'

hey dude man - settle down junior - i don't recall anyone bringing up the sqweelers - oh maybe he thought he was ponking a dude - i mean girl from the steele city



Since: Feb 20, 2009
Posted on: May 17, 2011 11:40 pm
 

Green with envy!

When you read all these insane jabs at a dancing fall on a silly reality show, you can only think one thing -- THE WORLD IS SUPER JEALOUS OF THE PITTSBURGH STEELERS AND THEIR UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS! I Loooooooooooooooove it! Keep make junior-high level jabs, we ALL know why you are doing it!



Since: May 2, 2011
Posted on: May 17, 2011 11:03 pm
 

Ward, Johnson recover from neck injury on 'DWTS'

looks like a back door pile drive to me



Since: Aug 7, 2008
Posted on: May 17, 2011 9:59 pm
 

Ward, Johnson recover from neck injury on 'DWTS'

Kym Johnson has danced with many celebrities and Hiney Ward has got to be the worst partner ever! Ward almost killed Kym. Any word on who was that "strange lady" he got busted with late at night during that staged "traffic incident".  People got upset when Bristol Palin placed second. What will they do when Ward places first.

Is Brinson smoking dope or just drunk? Scoring a 30 on a dance is not a big deal since the other dancers scored a 29 and 28. Dude..Brinson got pawned and it shows.

Beating the Ravens 75-14 in a playoff game? It will never happen because once a team has scored alot of points they do not run up the score in the playoffs ....unless you are Pete Carroll. But still....Willie Brinson makes it sound like Ward is much better than Chelsea, Kirstie and Ralph. He just has the hottest dance pro. That's all!


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