After a fun performance of ‘Wake Me Up’ by Aloe Blacc, the hosts revealed in the first few minutes of the show that according to the votes from last week, a female star was in jeopardy of leaving. See how the night played out below!
Dancing With The Stars was incredibly emotional during the Oct. 14 episode, as the stars danced to a song from the most meaningful year of their lives. See who came out on top and who was send home below!
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Christina Milian danced the cha cha with Mark Ballas to represent the year 2010. That was the year she had her child and also had a divorce. Judge Len Goodman said he was so happy to be back to see that “fantastic” dance. Bruno Tonioli called it “indecently hot!” Carrie Ann Inaba said it was something special. They got a score of 28, including the first 10 of the season from Len!
Jack Osbourne and Cheryl Burke danced the waltz, inspired by the year 2012. He moved into a new house and had a baby girl. Then he was diagnosed with MS two weeks later. “If you don’t have bad, you can’t appreciate good,” Jack admitted. “Your dancing from tonight was wonderful,” Bruno said, before calling him “darling” twice. They got a personal high score of 27.
Leah Remini danced contemporary with partner Tony Dovolani. The most important year for Leah was 2013. Leah said in life you can be a victim or you can do something about it. She choose to do something — leave Scientology. “You can let anybody dictate how you should live,” she said. They danced to Katy Perry’s “Roar” and got a score of 22. “I loved the concept but the lifts were a little bit labored,” Len said.
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Corbin Bleu danced the foxtrot with Karina Smirnoff. They danced to honor the year 2011, when Corbin’s sister Phoenix was diagnosed with scoliosis. Len really appreciated the dance. Bruno said, “You could be the love child of Fred Astaire.” They got a score of 28.
Bill Engvall danced the viennese waltz with partner Emma Slater. They danced to a Billy Joel song from 1982 to honor the year Bill married his wife Gail. “Honest, heartfelt and emotional,” Bruno said. They got a 24.
Snooki choose 2012 because that was the year she gave birth to baby Lorenzo. She danced jazz with partner Sasha Farber to Britney Spears‘ “Work Bitch.” Carrie Ann said some of her moves don’t seem natural, but that she pulls it off! “It was fun to watch,” Len said. “It was a bundle of fun. Loved it!” Bruno said. They got a score of 27!
Brant Daugherty told partner Peta Murgatroyd 2009 was the most important year of his life. It was just after he had moved to Hollywood, and his dad passed away from Lymphoma. “I loved the passion and the chemistry,” Len said, as Brant openly cried. “You acted it wonderfully,” Bruno said. “I wrapped my heart around that routine, it was breathtaking,” Carrie Ann added.They got a 27.
Amber Riley danced the foxtrot with partner Derek Hough. Her most memorable year was 2009. She worked in Ikea and was turned down after auditioning for American Idol. Then she booked a little show called Glee! “One thing is for sure, Lady Amber is here to say. Sensational! You are a performing powerhouse,” raved Bruno. They got a 26, in scores that ranged from a 7 to a 10!
Elizabeth Berkley and Val Chmerkovsky jived to honor her son Sky and her first big break in Hollywood — they danced to “I’m So Excited,” a song she sang in Saved By The Bell. Carrie Ann thanked her for taking her back to the best times of her life! “You don’t need any pills, darling, you just need to dance!” Bruno said. “Incredible fun!” They got a score of 26.
Another Elimination — Who Was Sent Home?
Christina & Mark and Corbin & Karina were tied for first, with Leah & Tony at the bottom.
At the end of the show, Elizabeth & Val, Christina & Mark and Leah & Tony were in jeopardy (although not necessarily the bottom three).
Ultimately, we had to say goodbye to Christina & Mark!
Do you think the right couple was eliminated tonight, HollywoodLifers? Vote below!
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