As the numbers get smaller, the competition gets harder! On the May 6 episode of ‘Dancing with The Stars,’ the stars danced in trios and Zedaya scored 30 out of 30 — the first perfect score this season!
The competition is heating up on Dancing With the Stars! On the May 6, each star had to dance TWICE, once as normal and then again with an extra professional dancer. While Zendaya got a perfect score, Len Goodman caused uproar by not giving Kellie Pickler a ten, and Sean Lowe left his bride at the altar! Seriously it should be trio week every week — it was amazing!
‘Dancing With The Stars': The Scores
Zendaya & Val Chmerkovskiy: (28/30) Dancing the foxtrot, Len Goodman told Zendaya she gets stronger every week! She was so cute dancing to “Be Happy,” and this girl means business. Carrie Ann Inaba said “You took my breath away.” Still, Zendaya just keeps missing that perfect score, and I am not happy about it.
Trio dance: (30/30) For Zendaya’s group dance, she, Val and Gleb Savchenko did the best dance of the season so far! Their salsa was sexy and fun and Zendaya killed it with a crazy slide across the floor, and she got the first PERFECT score this season. Go Zendaya!
Sean Lowe & Peta Murgatroyd: (21/30) Sean danced to Katy Perry‘s “Hot N Cold,” and his performance reflected the song title! The judges told him his dance was inconsistant, but it looked good to me. Len said it had “punch and attack,” but he lost fluidity and movement. Dressed as a groom, Catherine Giudici looked unimpressed when Sean left Peta at the altar. Sean is going to need a lot of votes to make it through another week…
Trio dance: (21/30) Sean turned from a groom into a magician and he had two sexy assistants — Peta and Sharna Burgess. I LOVED his fun dance, but sadly the judges did not.
Jacoby Jones & Karina Smirnoff: (27/30) Not a week goes by on DWTS where Jacoby doesn’t take off his shirt! Jacoby sure knows how to make a waltz sexy, and it was also stunning. He had “posture, elegance and grace,” and he really seems like the only guy in the competition to beat.
Trio dance: (25/30) Cheryl Burke joined Jacoby and Karina for a sexy Paso Doble, where he both jumped over the girls and slide under them! With his shirt off of course.
Ingo Rademacher & Kym Johnson: (24/30) Ingo brought old school Hollywood glamour as he danced a foxtrot to Frank Sinatra, and it was one of the best performances of the night! He was seriously great, and the judges loved it, even if Bruno Tonioli told him he looked like Fred Flintstone! Ingo is back in the competition.
Trio dance: (24/30) Ingo embraced his inner nerd as he took two babes to the movie theater, and his jive was awesome! I really hope Ingo gets enough votes to make it through to next week.
Kellie Pickler & Derek Hough: (28/30) Kellie’s waltz was pretty boring, but the judges thought she was spectacular. Carrie Ann said it was so beautiful because she brought so much emotion to it, and Len said it was “lovely dancing.”
Trio dance: (27/30) Tristan McManus joined Kellie and Derek, and it was amazing! Kellie was far from dull this time, as thunder and lightening erupted during her amazingly powerful Paso Doble. I had chills, and Bruno said it was “masterful theater.” And she got a standing ovation from Carrie Ann! However, Len said there was too many tricks and gimmicks. It was outrageous that he only gave her a seven.
Aly Raisman & Mark Ballas: (29/30) Aly danced a very sexy Tango with Mark, but the judges bickered over how good the lifts were. Len called it “smooth and seductive,” and Bruno told her she was like a mistress!
Trio dance: (27/30) Henry Byalikov joined Aly and Mark for her 20’s style jive, and it was like a scene from Chicago! Aly is fast becoming one to beat.
What do YOU think HollywoodLifers? Did Zendaya deserve 30? Should Len have given Kellie ten?
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— Eleanore Hutch
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