Each star danced solo on this week’s episode of ‘Dancing with The Stars,’ and they had the opportunity to make it about the best year of their life. And Sean stole the show when he made it about his romantic proposal to Catherine on ‘The Bachelor’!
Dancing With the Stars separated the wheat from the chaff on April 8! This week the dancing stars faced the challenge of dancing on their own for 15 seconds, and while some stars stunned, others floundered. Aly Raisman and Zendaya killed it in their solo moments, but the highlight of the night was definitely when Sean Lowe made his dance about Catherine Giudici and he kissed her! Plus Carrie Ann Inaba broke down in tears after Andy Dick‘s emotional performance for his daughter, and an unexpected person topped the scoreboard.
‘Dancing With The Stars': The Scores
Sean Lowe & Peta Murgatroyd: (20/30) Sean’s waltz was so romantic! He made it about his romantic proposal to Catherine — who as usual was sitting proudly in the audience — in Thailand on the final of The Bachelor. Following his solo shuffle, Sean danced towards Catherine and gave her kiss. It was so adorable!
Victor Ortiz & Lindsay Arnold: (18/30) Victor’s best year was when he was the winner of a boxing title, so his performance packed quite a punch! Bruno Tonioli said he “destroyed” his Paso Doble instead of “dancing it,” but it was still great! Plus, he looks cute in a robe.
Jacoby Jones & Karina Smirnoff: (24/30) Jacoby danced a foxtrot for his son. While his performance was sweet, it was no where near as good as his sexy dance last week! Still, he got a good score and the judges liked it.
Aly Raisman & Mark Ballas: (27/30) Aly killed it! Dancing contemporary with Mark, Aly stole the show in her controlled and energetic routine to “Titanium.” And she absolutely was the best solo dancer of the night when she put her gymnastics to use and backflipped across the stage. Plus, she got the highest score of the season so far!
Andy Dick & Sharma Burgess: (21/30) Andy totally stepped it up this week! The judges loved his waltz, and they said it was the best he danced since show one! Carrie Ann broke down in tears after Andy’s performance for his daughter, and it really was such a sweet and splendid performance. Go Andy!
Zendaya & Val Chmerkovskiy: (26/30) Zendaya challenged her inner Beyonce for her samba, and it was so fun and frisky! She whipped around the dance floor with Val, and the judges had a mixed opinion. Bruno and Carrie loved it, while Len Goodman had a stick up his butt and said her legs were stiff.
Ingo Rademacher & Kym Johnson: (23/30) Ingo’s waltz to the Twilight song “A Thousand Years” was really beautiful. Ingo could be a real contestant this season.
D.L Hughley & Cheryl Burke: (21/30) D.L. has found his strength after last week’s disaster, and that strength is comedy! After gyrating for the judges, D.L. then crawled across the floor during his foxtrot, and the judges really liked him. D.L. might be avoiding the bottom two this week!
Kellie Pickler & Derek Hough: (26/30) Kellie danced the song “Say I Do” that was sang by her husband Kyle Jacobs for her performance! Dancing the rumba, Kellie is a truly amazing performer. She and Derek’s performance was so romantic and soft, and Kellie got great feedback from the judges.
Lisa Vanderpump & Gleb Savchenko: (18/30) Lisa is such a trooper! After falling ill and fainting during rehearsal, Lisa still made it out and danced her Cha Cha Cha. She made a few mistakes, but she looked great in her little pink outfit. Gleb taking off his shirt during the performance more than made up for any stumbles!
What do YOU think HollywoodLifers? Who was the best of the night?
WATCH: Sean Lowe’s Romantic Dance For Catherine Giudici
— Eleanore Hutch
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