Tinashe also thanked Armstrong in after the episode. What the judges said: Len called it a polished performance, and Bruno couldn't stop singing Evanna's praises: Every week you seem to become brighter, livelier, and more confident. This has ben the time of my life. That threw Alexis off big time, and then both she an Alan struggled to get that lift off the ground. Both events bring out the most amazing costumes and dance numbers.
Rippon is one of the three finalists in Season 26. Still, it was their second-highest score in this competition so far! That's kind of why I feel bad about what comes next. With Olympian Nastia Liukin in their trio, Sasha choreographed a Charleston that put the spotlight on Mary Lou and Nastia, and was a lot of fun. Come on, Len, holds are impossible in a trio! The stakes remained high as the final six contestants and their partners prepared to secure a spot in this season's finale. Who do you think will be going home tonight? Meanwhile, Keo was a perfect fit for the roguish Flynn Rider and they both handled the dance with grace and elegance. We appreciate all of the support.
I mean, awkwardly addressing it directly in the pre-taped package was pretty blatant. Violinist and season 25 runner-up Lindsey Stirling, who absolutely killed it last fall, is returning to try to help Bobby Bones get to victory, while Mary Lou Retton is getting an Olympic assist from gold medalist Nastia Liukin. Considering the fact that the sword didn't really play a role in the number, the beginning came off a little silly. For the second dances of the night, Liukin and the other former athlete contestants helped each couple with their performances. The elimination came after she and Armstrong delivered a tango that earned them a score of 26 out of 30, earning them the second place on the leaderboard.
Len praised the technique and its perfect mix with the theme, saying there was nothing he didn't like about this dance. Another contestant was just sent home on Dancing With the Stars following an. Mary Lou took it like the champion she is, smiling through the disappointment. From there, two couple's journeys would come to a close. The shoulder critique was back during Bruno's section of feedback, which kind of bummed Mary Lou out. However, it seems that their chemistry romantic or not is paying off.
You went for it, and you went for it well. But he hosts a radio show broadcast to millions every day and has a legion of fiercely loyal fans. To kick the number off, the pair -- decked out as Mr. The twist this season, however, was to bring in other celebrities who were friends of the celebs, despite their varying dance abilities. Nancy and Val are in jeopardy. On the technical side of things, this dance didn't blow the doors off, but it was a hell of a lot of fun! Two weeks in a row and the duo has made the bottom two, but their high score and butterflies tonight showed potential! America 2018 has come to the ballroom! Think in terms of Mandla Morris.
Dancing With the Stars airs Monday at 8 p. Bobby is another example of a dancer who has little to no dance ability, but his joy and energy make watching him fun. Live voting ends shortly after the last couple performs on the show during the episode. All the couples are back this evening to dance for the judges. As if learning to out-dance all the other Dancing celebs onwasn't hard enough, Trio Night always ups the ante by challenging these stars to add a third partner into the mix — and don't you dare get out-performed by your new celeb guest! Also safe is Tinashe and Brandon.
See our and sound off with other fans in. What the judges said: Bruno was actually a lot nicer than I ever expected, though he did call it a mix of Magic Mike and Tragic Mike: The timing — non-existent. What the judges said: Len was not lying when he compared Witney to a frisbee getting tossed back and forth the whole time. If he gave up, Jenna would be dead for real right now! What the judges said: Len looked like he wanted to push Bobby off the judges' table during that routine and Bruno pretty much agreed, You took a sledgehammer to the Cha Cha Cha. They're both so goofy, and unabashedly themselves, and U Can't Touch This felt so on brand for both of them! The quick turn and graceful lifts we've gotten out of these two before were just gone, making me wonder if there was an injury they forgot to disclose or something.
However, when the pair took to the dance floor for their jazz routine, set to When Will My Life Begin? He might want to keep his comments to himself next week though, seeing as this routine was just not on par with his stunning performance last week. Carrie Ann clearly took Evanna's disappointment about not getting 10s to heart, since she totally gave the game away in the feedback section about giving her one tonight. So next week will feature a double elimination. You need to watch your arms a little bit more, they looked floppy. As for the performance, I agree with you on the splendid part. Mary Lou and Sasha are in jeopardy.
The duo ended up with a 19, the lowest score of the night. The son of Stevie Wonder, who even ended up performing while his dad performed at one point this season, ended up going home in fifth place. Riker really pushed Milo to a level he's never been to before and I wouldn't be surprised if they're real life best friends now to the point where it's hard to imagine why Milo was ever nervous to take this salsa on! But maybe it's for the best, as Joe and Ralph seem like they'd both have similar dancing prowess. I hadn't challenged myself in decades, but I challenged myself and I'm off to a fresh new start! The cat theme worked though, and it gave Evanna one of her best routines yet! All that being said, when it came time for their jive -- set to Zero by Imagine Dragons off the Ralph Breaks the Internet soundtrack -- it seemed like Joe was actually trying to prove that he's growing as a dancer. Tom really had it right when he called Sasha gymnast shelving at one point. From the jump, this routine was rough.