Hope Solo, who this blogger considers the real star of Dancing With The Stars, just issued an angry Twitter tweet just two hours after her appearance on ABC’s The View with her dance partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy, – indicating some kind of pressure, or message.

But, before we see the tweet, gotta say that Hope looked massively hot on The View. Hope said that she wants to win Dancing With The Stars, and that Maksim has been patient with her training. Hope says that the training for Dancing With The Stars is “exactly the opposite of what I do on the goal. It’s the posture, and I have to lean forward – and it’s the dainty arms, and the balance.. Everything is completely different.

The rest of the segment was used to talk about Maksim appearing on the Ukranian version of The Bacehelor, and, of course, about Chaz Bono. That’s a non-issue to me. What’ the issue is this Twitter Tweet from Hope:

@hopesolo Hope Solo
I will NEVER trade in my toughness & intensity,not even 4 @maksimC,I’m simply learning WHEN its ok 2 b a “lady” &how. So,chill the__ out!;)

Whatever happened to produce that Twitter tweet only Hope and perhaps Maksim know best. But after The View, Hope reported that she went to a Blackberry photo shoot, then posted this tweet, using her Blackberry:

@hopesolo Hope Solo
Back at it, gettin INTENSE! yfrog.com/nzx7ivj

In a perfect World, one of the biggest Dancing With The Stars news makers would be Hope Solo, not so much Chaz Bono. On The View Whoopi Goldberg said it best: “No kid can watch Chaz Bono and tell he had a sex change. Kids have to be told.”

Right on!

Stay tuned.

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