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Whiny 'Dancing' celebrities scolded by judge

Hollywood Wrap with George Pennacchio
March 30, 2010 12:00:00 AM PDT
It's only the second week of "Dancing With the Stars" and the celebrities are already being scolded by head judge Len Goodman. The eleven couples on "Dancing With the Stars" are feeling the heat early on this season. And pressure sometimes manifests itself into bickering and that is something head judge Len Goodman cannot tolerate.

"I keep watching these little films. A lot of the couples are having a go at their professionals," said Goodman. "We've got some of the best professional dancers. I got three key words: turn up, keep up and shut up... Get on with the dancing, and trust in your pros. That's what you should all do."

Goodman wants to see teaching and learning -- and no backtalk.

Overall, Aiden Turner and Edyta Sliwinska had a good rehearsal week, but the two weren't seeing eye to eye at first.

"I know he's trying hard and I know he can do better, that's why there is all of this frustration and anger," said Sliwinska.

"We got through it and Edyta is just a darling to work with," said Turner. "And even though they add the whole five minute argument we had out of the whole five days, it's alright."

Tony Dovolani and Kate Gosselin also hit a rough patch.

During rehearsals things heated up between the two and Tony quit. In the end, the two patched things up and got back to working on their routine.

John Stamos returns to "Dancing" Tuesday. The TV stud will hit the floor as an honorary member of the Beach Boys. He'll join the group as they sing a medley of their hits before the first dancer is voted off.

Catch all the action on "Dancing With the Stars: The Results Show" on ABC7 at 8 p.m.