Drew Scott and Emma Slater; Viennese Waltz, 25/30
Drew’s Muppet impersonations in the pre-dance package were okay; his and Emma’s Viennese Waltz to The Rainbow Connection was better. Then, Kermit joined the judges’ table. Tom Bergeron quip of the night: “Bruno, when we have you Gonzo is redundant!” Alas, Kermit’s “10” score didn’t count.
Sasha Pieterse and Gleb Savchenko; Rumba, 24/30
Cheryl Burke once said the pre-dance video package is just as important as the dance is in surviving this competition so…Gleb dressing up like a merman can only help! Nice comments from the judges on the couple’s dance, but scores weren’t that high. Hmm…
Terrell Owens and Cheryl Burke; Quickstep 25/30
Terrell and Cheryl danced to I Just Can’t Wait To Be King from The Lion King. Fun fact: The judges have monitors on the desk so they can watch the routines on TV. A “9” from Carrie Ann Inaba gives the couple a big boost!
Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson; Argentine Tango, 29/30
The pair danced to Angelica from Pirates of the Caribbean. Witney’s heel briefly got caught on her dress, but Carrie Ann and Bruno Tonioli still whipped out the “10” paddles. Grumpy Len kept it from being a perfect score.
Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold; Foxtrot, 30/30
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