Check out what other DWTS fans had to say about the dance floor debuts:
Annie Barrett at EW.com: "Brooke Burke has replaced Samantha Harris as Tom's awkward brunette co-host with really toned upper arms. She cannot correctly enunciate 'Tre-BUN-skaya!' (Tom needs to be the one to say it until she learns) and her nervousness made me cringe, but I bet she'll get over the latter difficulty quickly. It's too soon to be sure, but for now I want Brooke's nickname to be B to the Fourth Power because every time she and her cleavage appeared on-screen I kept thinking 'Big-Breasted Brooke Burke.' B's high-pitched voice will take some getting used to after eight seasons of Samantha's booming throatiness. As of right now, I sort of miss Sam's fumbling antics and general inappropriateness. We'll see if that lasts, too."
Megan Angelo at The Wall Street Journal: "Season ten of Dancing With the Stars kicked off last night with a celebrity cast judge Len Goodman called 'really great' — after he’d already torn each of them to shreds, of course. But the (generally shaky) debut performances aside, Goodman is right: this is going to be a fun group to watch, mostly because we get to see them in a different light than we do in the tabloids or on the screen. For instance: 'DWTS' is the place to go to see an uncharacteristically humble Chad Ochocinco and an atypically demure Shannen Doherty."
Tim Surette at TV.com: "Dancing With the Stars has lured some pretty good celebs to its last few editions, but each cycle so far has included a few lesser-knowns in the mix (I love Jeffrey Ross, but he never stood a chance). That said, the next edition of the program is solid from top to bottom. There are no old tech guys. No unknown comedians. And no tween pop stars. Heck, even I might tune in this year. Yeah, right. I'm predicting Erin Andrews as the winner, because she knows her college hoops."
Do you think this season's cast is the best ever? Or does Brooke's out of control cleav too much for you to handle?