‘Dancing with the Stars’: No one but two celebrities go home on a ’90s night

It’s ’90s night, and since we’re only eight teams, I’ve got someone to help fill in those two hours of programming. Welcome En Vogue and Salt N’ Pepa to the ballroom! It was fun watching Len Goodman rock out performing “Whatta Man” at the top of the show.

After a very quick tribute to the late Aaron Carter, he Dancing with the stars The contestant from Season 9 Died on November 5 – The Night of the Hot Shirtless Men – and a Double Elimination – Began!

Vinnie Guadagnino and Coco Iwasaki. I can’t be the only one wondering why Jersey Shore The star is still in the competition. At least he doesn’t miss the opportunity. He tries to bring his character into his middle numbers, including the Tonight’s Endurable Tango to “What is Love”. “You tried to do everything just right,” Bruno Tonioli said. “I was there with your frame. The thing is, baby, your tango should always be one level. You should never step over. You slip through it.” result: 29 of 40

Trevor Donovan and Emma Slater. The duo took on the role of Barbie and Ken in salsa for the song Barbie Girl which featured plenty of lifts and ab-tastic spins. (What can I say? A well-defined Donovan box and a pair of personal summaries deserve their own set of 10s.) “It was a great way to start the ’90s night,” said Carrie Ann Inaba. “The part I nailed Barbie, made me laugh. Once we started dancing, I was a little skippy at times. Smooth it out. Just a little nervous sometimes.” result: 34 out of 40

Shangela and Gleb Savchenko. Shangela wowed her partner with memories of the ’90s from college in Dallas, when she attended her first gay club and “began to love who I am.” So they put the club scene center stage, as Shangela donned a stack of neon tassels for a lively samba. “I crushed the crowd. Crowd appeal is off the charts,” Derek Hogg said. “The foot movement is still a bit sloppy in places. But listen, I’m not taking anything away from this amazing, amazing samba.” result: 37 out of 40

Heidi de Amelio and Artem Chigvintsev. Reality star for sure he did The judges told her she needed more affection. She adores dancing alongside her most talented daughter, but she realizes that her figure has gone up and she can’t help but cry during training. Chigvintsev urged her to turn this feeling into their contemporary dance to the song “Ionic” by Alanis Morissette. And she did, but it didn’t work out for Goodman (who seemed most impressed by Chigvintsev’s chiseled stem. For more information, see above). “Heidi, it doesn’t suit your personality,” he said. “You are so much more outgoing. I thought this was a bit more introverted.” result: 35 out of 40

Daniel Durant and Brett Stewart. The kuda The actor shared a touching story about how he adopted at 18 months old after being abandoned by his deaf, drug-using mother at a friends house. He finally met her after high school but they didn’t develop a deep relationship because she died of cancer. Yes, I know, what does that have to do with ’90s jazz? nothing really; But I got goosebumps when the music stopped midway through the show, and the duo quietly sped off to a quiet dance floor. As Hogg said, she was “insanely strong.” “I want you to know that you are saving a lot of people there and share your experience with us and teach us what it is like to be deaf,” Annaba added. result: 39 of 40

Wayne Brady and Whitney Carson. The game show host remembered how it was launched Whose line is this for anyway?? in 1999 for ABC – ironically, because we just learned this weekend that the show will be ending next season. Brady still works with “achy knees and aching back,” and he’s been flawless and has definitely played to his strengths. “When you get into the groove, you can’t be stopped,” said Tonioli. “The rhythm, the fluidity, the change of pace, the relationship to your partner…make you the best masterful performer.” result: Excellent 40

Gabe Wendy and Val Chmerkowski. It is difficult for a bachelorette to take root; Her temperature always seems to drop in training packs and she never showed up who – which Excited about how far you’ve come in the competition. But boy does Wendy survive when she takes center stage in a feather boaden skirt. she owned That samba for “Livin’ La Vida Loca” by Ricky Martin. “You’re a sales lady,” said Hough. “Every time you sell it, it’s great!” result: Excellent 40

Charlie D’Amelio and Mark Ballas. The first candidate performed the tango. Want to guess how you did? “I want you to know if you are a painting, you are Picasso,” said Annaba. “This was beyond anything I’ve seen on this dance floor…a masterpiece.” “My darling, it was like watching two predators at the top of their game,” Tonioli added. “She didn’t really know who would come from the top. The quality of the movement.. that is. This is it!” result: Excellent 40

The second round! Dance sequences.

Shangela and Gleb Savchenko Against Daniel Durant and Brett Stewart. The challenge was Cha Cha’s performance of Vanilla Ice’s Ice Ice Baby. (Yes, he was at home performing live.) Shangela performed first, but appeared to be late. However, Durant was positively cool and kept going (even his spongy face is fun to watch). But Goodman gave Shangela an extra 5 points. Boo!

Vinnie Guadagnino and Coco Iwasaki against Trevor Donovan and Emma Slater. The pairs had to perform samba for En Vogue’s live performance of “My Lovin, You’ll Never Get It.” Guadagnino looked stiff though slack with the bouncing of his white head; Donovan (shirtless again) wasn’t much better but he definitely remembered to bounce! Inaba struggled with her decision, but eventually awarded an extra 5 points to Donovan.

Heidi Di Amelio and Artem Chigvintsev against. Wayne Brady and Whitney Carson. Tonioli hired them samba for another live performance by Salt n’ Pepa. D’Amelio grabbed the beat but missed a few moves at the end. Brady, who humbly referred to himself as a “world class performer” while training, had this in his bag. 5 bonus points for Brady.

Charlie D’Amelio and Mark Ballas against. Gabe Wendy and Val Chmerkowski. Hough commissioned the pairings with salsa for the song “Ain’t Gonna Hurt Nobody” performed live by Kid N’ Play. D’Amelio was perfect – it’s good to be young and smart – but Windey was just as cool with the extra head-up and spin. Both deserved the extra points, but Hogg awarded them to D’Amelio.

The lowest three were Guadagnino/Iwasaki, D’Amelio/Chigvintsev, and Donovan/Slater. D’Amelio was dropped first; She was at the bottom of the leaderboard and the judges were not allowed to save her. Donovan all saved the judges so Guadagnino was the next to go, finally. (Justice for Jordin Sparks!)

Next week is the semi-finals.


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