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Namezook Predicts Romeo to Win Dancing With The Stars Season 12

March 7, 2011

AUSTIN, Texas, March 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Kerrie Hopkins of Namezook is again using her unique discipline of Onomalogy, the study of names and their characteristics, to analyze the outcome of ABC’s “Dancing With The Stars.” Hopkins’ comprehensive name dissection is based on unique spelling, segmental phonemes, syllable structure, word fragments, and distinct characteristics or “name markers.”

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Because of her meticulous and accurate detailing, Hopkins’ work has been used extensively by outlets ABC, the BBC, TLC, E! Entertainment, and FOX, as it gives talk show hosts and fans the tools to speculate on team interactions and probable outcomes.

Hopkins, who recently analyzed “Dancing With The Stars” for Good Morning America, wowed ABC correspondent Andrea Canning with her accuracy.

“I didn’t know what to think before meeting her, I’ve been a reporter for Nightline, Good Morning America & ABC Evening News for years and have never come across someone who does what she does…it’s fascinating,” said Canning.

Based on this new cast of characters, Hopkins asserts that “Ralph Macchio will need anger management classes after dealing with his team mate Karina Smirnoff. Kirstie Alley is voted most likely to swear during rehearsal, Kendra Wilkinson is voted most likely to cry throughout rehearsal and when receiving criticism from the judges. Both Chelsea Kane and Wendy Williams are most likely to have wardrobe malfunctions and will have the quick wit to laugh their way out of the conflict. Petra Nemcova and partner Dmitry Chaplin will be so full of kindness that in between rehearsals they’ll look for lost puppies.”

To show how detailed Onomalogy is, Hopkins says every fragment of a name makes a difference; slight changes in a name signal a different outcome. “For example, the two Chelsea’s in this competition are significantly different from each other. While they both love to embellish a story and love fun, a ‘Chelsie’ is about working and obtaining money, while a ‘Chelsea’ is more concerned with being admired and appreciated.”

When asked who will win – Hopkins says, “Overall – based on their names and teammate names – Romeo and his spirited, live wire partner Chelsie Hightower will win. Romeo wants respect, recognition and will do whatever it takes to win. His partner Chelsie is capable, motivated by money and will keep him laughing as he learns his routines.”

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