Monday night brought a successful start to U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo’s dancing career. Solo, along with professional dancing partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy, received a score of 21 out of 30 from the judges. That’s pretty darn good in comparison to some of the scores, but I won’t claim to know a lick about dancing. Solo and Chmerkovskiy did well enough to get voted back to week two on Tuesday evening. Have a look at the performance below:
To show how much I know, I was equally impressed by Carli Lloyd and Heather Mitts, followed by the group break dance from the U.S. women:
Oh, and Solo can play video games, too. Just ask Steve Nash:
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