After shocking elimination of last week’s show, ‘Dancing with the Stars’ kicked the urge for the prestigious Mirrorball Trophy into very high gear for remaining six couples, who basically performed not one, but yes two complete-length routines – each with its twist. The first up were the famous America’s choice dances that allowed fans to directly alter what happened on the official dance floor by selecting the outfits and songs.
Next up simply were significant trio numbers that needed the couples to include an eliminated professional dancer or member of famous DWTS dance to their routine. As no initial doubts are found, including a third set of dance step to the party brought around both disaster and drama. While some people were literally awesome with this dual dance type or format, for instance, one pair who was given two perfect 10s, others simply faltered under the high pressure of good performing two needed routines.
We’ll need to wait until tomorrow night to discover who’s going home or who isn’t. It was really a great thing that Rumer Willis got two perfect scores. “I reckoned that performance was excellent,” said Len before adding, “but I’d have liked great intensity found in you.”
The official pair selected Emma Slater to be part of them to perform salsa dance. Moreover, Burgess was thoroughly jazzed regarding the extra set of limbs to assist expand the more possibilities of moves than ever before.
“You people make everything quite possible,” Carrie Ann officially declared to present group.