It was Latin night on ‘DWTS’ and the teams danced their hearts out during the second week of competition! Unfortunately, we had to say goodbye to one of the pairs. See who went home below.
Dancing With The Stars turned up the heat for Latin night on September 23. See who came out on top and who had to pack their sequins in our full recap below!
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Elizabeth Berkley and Val Chmerkovsky kicked off the night. Len Goodman called their samba “fantastic,” while Bruno Tonioli said he was coming down with “scarlet fever” to Elizabeth in her sexy, red dress! This week they got a 25, making their score a 49/60. The judges scores count for half while fan votes count for the other half.
Christina Milian danced the paso doble with Mark Ballas to Lady Gaga‘s “Applause.” Carrie Ann Inaba called it “insane” while Len said it was “terrific.” The judges gave them a score of 25, bringing their total to 47.
Bill Engvall danced the jive with partner Emma Slater. Carrie Ann said it “was the most entertaining routine” of the night so far. They got a 21 and a total score of 39/60.
Jack Osbourne and Cheryl Burke danced the rumba as Jack’s mom Sharon, dad Ozzy and sister Kelly watched from the audience. They got a 24 for a total score of 47/60.
Keyshawn Johnson danced with partner Sharna Burgess. Bruno commended him for going for it but said he seemed “overwhelmed.” That was just before Keyshawn almost started crying. Carrie Ann said it was a “little rough around the edges.” They got an 18 for a total score of 35.
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Snooki danced the rumba with Sasha Farber. Carrie Ann said there “wasn’t a lot of fluidity. I wanted more dimension.” Len said it was “pretty, neat and nice.” Bruno said Nicole has great potential. They got a score of 20 for a total of 43.
Leah Remini danced the samba with partner Tony Dovolani. During the rehearsal, Leah admitted that she is scared the Church of Scientology is waiting for her to fail. Her super sexy dance got her a standing ovation! Len said it was “terrific!” Bruno asked “who is this saucy Latin beauty?” They got a score of 24 and a total score of 45/60.
Bill Nye danced the paso doble with Tyne Stecklein. They not only got a standing ovation but the crowd was chanting “Bill! Bill! Bill!” Bruno said he “definitely stepped it up.” Carrie Ann said they have to work on his feet. They got a 17 and a total score of 31.
Corbin Bleu danced the jive with Karina Smirnoff to One Direction’s “Kiss You.” The screams were so loud, you couldn’t even hear the judges! Carrie Ann begged them to do it again! Len said “I loved your performance and your energy.” Bruno asked, “Are you kidding me?” (In a good way!) They got a 26 for a total of 50.
Valerie Harper danced the paso doble with Tristan MacManus. Len said she seemed a bit nervous. Bruno said she had just a few mistakes on the footwork. Carrie Ann said she seemed lost at points but admired her “attack.” They got a score of 19 and a total of 40.
Brant Daugherty danced the sexy rumba with Peta Murgatroyd as Brant’s cast-mates Ashley Benson and Shay Mitchell watched! Bruno said “you have to caress the floor with your feet.” Carrie Ann said they have amazing chemistry. They got a score of 23 and a total score of 45.
Amber Riley jived with partner Derek Hough. Carrie Ann said there were some technical difficulties. Len said it was “terrific.” Bruno loved the “performance value.” They got a score of 24 and a total score of 51.
Amber and Derek stayed on top, while Bill N. and Tyne remained at the bottom of the leader board.
A Couple Is Sent Home
At the end of the show, Elizabeth and Val, Bill and Emma and Keyshawn and Sharna were the bottom three.
Ultimately, we had to say goodbye to Keyshawn and Sharna.
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