Not only did the couples have to do an individual dance for week 7 (with one couple ending theirs in a lip lock!), but they had to do a team dance. The results were incredible, with Carrie Ann admitting she felt like she was on drugs! Keep reading to see who went home in the most shocking and emotional elimination yet!
Dancing With The Stars is just heating up, with a crazy elimination rocking the dance floor on the Oct. 28 episode. See who tops the leader board and who was send home below.
‘Dancing With The Stars’ Week 7 — The Individual Dances
Elizabeth Berkley and Val Chmerkovsky danced the quickstep. Head judge Len Goodman praised, “That was the way to start the show!” Judge Bruno Tonioli said: “overall it really was breathtaking.” They got a score of 27.
Brant Daugherty and pro Peta Murgatroyd danced the jive. “No more candy for you my darling, you were like a frisky school boy on a sugar high!” Bruno said after the duo kissed at the end of their dance! Carrie Ann Inaba said she thought the routine was a little too challenging for him but he didn’t miss a step! They got a 27! Hot, hot, hot!
Leah Remini danced salsa with partner Tony Dovolani (and had a visit from her BFF Chelsea Handler). “That was like going to a salsa club and you are the hottest salsa dancers there,” Carrie Ann raved. Len said they gave it everything! They got a 28.
Jack Osbourne and Cheryl Burke danced the jive. Len said he had great musicality but that he was hoping it was a bit more crisp. “You have such a wonderful ease of move. Light on your feet. The performance flow was absolutely perfect,” Bruno said. They got a 27, including a ten from Carrie Ann.
Amber Riley, battling knee injuries, and Derek Hough, battling a bad back, danced the paso doble. “You slayed the beast again. You lift this ballroom up!” Carrie Ann screamed! Len told Amber: “You are back in the game!” They got a score of 29!
Bill Engvall danced the quickstep with partner Emma Slater with a Vegas theme. “The good news was that you didn’t break hold,” Carrie Ann said, but it wasn’t strong enough. Len said, “well done to you.” They got a score of 23.
Nicole aka Snooki and Sasha Farber danced the samba. Len said it was well done. “Once you got into the samba groove, it was flowing,” Bruno said. Carrie Ann said she could extend her moves more. They got a score of 27!
Corbin Bleu danced the cha cha with Karina Smirnoff. “Back in sparkling form! Crystal clear moves! The timing, the shape, the finish! Immaculate! Brilliant,” Bruno raved! Carrie Ann said it was the tightest cha cha she has ever seen! “Lovely, crisp footwork,” Len said. They got a 29 out of 30!
The Team Dances
Snooki & Sasha, Leah & Tony, Bill & Emma and Elizabeth & Val were “Spooky BomBom,” a Halloween-inspired dance with zombies. Nicole killed it with her cheerleading background! “The parts together were right on the money, the individual parts were fun and entertaining. Nicole! You are truly the pocket rocket!” Len said. They got a score of 27!
Amber & Derek, Brand & Peta, Jack & Cheryl and Corbin & Karina were “Foxing Awesome,” and danced to “What Does The Fox Say?” “That was so clever, that was so inventive. Corbin, you killed it! Amber, you were a fury! I’m at a loss for words!” Bruno said. Carrie Ann said she felt like she was on an acid trip! They got a perfect 30!
Elimination Time — The Most Shocking Goodbye Yet
At the end of the night, Amber & Derek were at the top of the board with Bill & Emma at the bottom.
The bottom two were Bill & Emma and Snooki & Sasha.
We, unfortunately, had to say goodbye to Snooki & Sasha!
Are you upset with tonight’s results, HollywoodLifers? Vote!
Be sure to watch next week when Cher is a guest judge!
— Dory Larrabee