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    'DWTS' Finale Recap: Find Out Winners of Season 29!

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    In the final episode of season 29, the four remaining celebrity contestants, Justin Machado, Kaitlyn Bristowe, Nev Schulman and Nelly, are trying their best to get the coveted Mirrorball trophy.

    Nov 24, 2020
    AceShowbiz – “Dancing with the Stars” season 29 finale is finally here! In the final episode of the season, the four remaining couples, Justina Machado & Sasha Farber, Kaitlyn Bristowe & Artem Chigvintsev, Nev Schulman & Jenna Johnson, and Nelly & Daniella Karagach, were trying their best to get the coveted Mirrorball trophy.
    Kicking off the night in the finale were Kaitlyn and Artem, who brought back their iconic Argentine Tango to “Toxic” by Britney Spears which previously earned them a perfect score. They wowed the judges this time too as they gave the pair a standing ovation. Derek Hough dubbed it “perfect,” while Carrie Ann Inaba named it one of her top 3 favorite dances of all-time! Kaitlyn got 30 out of 30.
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    Following it up were Nelly and Daniella, who returned to the ballroom to dance the Samba to “Rhythm of the Night” by DeBarge again. Bruno Tonioli said that he enjoyed the performance despite some technical issues. Meanwhile, Carrie Ann gushed over how Nelly proved that this show was more than just about the technique. The rapper was given a 27.
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    Repeating their “Swan Lake” Paso Doble were Nev and Jenna. It was another “perfection,” according to Carrie Ann, while Derek called it “fantastic.” Bruno also sang them praises, saying that the pair “created even more dramatic structure” this time. The judges gave them a perfect score.

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    Justina and Sasha, meanwhile, opted to dance their Cha-Cha to “Respect” by Aretha Franklin for their repeat dance. Justina gave a new “sensational” touch when she sang halfway through the routine. Bruno also loved it, saying that Justina was “too hot to trot.” The pair also earned a perfect score.
    It was time for the finalists to show off their freestyle routine. Nelly and Daniella were the first to perform a freetyle to “Savage” by Megan Thee Stallion and “Hypnotize” by Notorious B.I.G.. Bruno was satisfied and Carrie Ann said that it was “magical.” The judges gave them a 30 for the performance.
    Later, Kaitlyn and Artem did their freestyle routine to “Sparkling Diamonds” from “Moulin Rouge”. It was so stunning that Carrie Ann said she was “so proud” of Kaitlyn, with Bruno calling it “jam-packed with content.” The performance earned Kaitlyn a 30.
    Freestyling to “Singin’ in the Rain” by Districk 78 were Nev and Jenna. Derek complimented Nev, saying that he brought the best in Jenna. Bruno also thought that the performance was “show-stopping” and that he “wasn’t expecting that.” The judges gave him a perfect score.
    Rounding out the final freestyle of the night were Justina and Sasha. They danced to “Let’s Get Loud” by Jennifer Lopez and “Bamboleo” by The Gypsy Kings. Bruno gave the pair a standing ovation and exclaimed that the routine was a “celebration of the Latin spirit.” Derek agreed as he noted that it was such a perfect performance to conclude the night. The judges gave her a 30.
    The results were in and Justina & Sasha were announced as the couple at the fourth place. Nelly and Daniella were the third place finishers, meaning that the winner would be either Kaitlyn & Artem or Nev & Jenna. Season 29 winners were Kaitlyn and Artem!

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    'DWTS' Semi-Finals Recap: 2 Pairs Are Sent Home in Double Elimination

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    The new episode of the hit ABC show sees the remaining six celebrity contestants hitting the ballroom to perform two individual routines, a redemption dance and a brand new performance.

    Nov 17, 2020
    AceShowbiz – “Dancing with the Stars” aired its semi-finals on Monday, November 16. The new episode of the ABC dancing competition saw the remaining celebrity contestants hitting the ballroom to perform two individual routines, a redemption dance and a brand new performance.
    The first performers were Skai Jackson and Alan Bersten. For her redemption dance, she opted to perform the Cha Cha to “Move Your Feet” by Junior Senior and she totally managed to redeem herself. “Papa is proud!” judge Bruno Tonioli shouted, adding, “My little golden girl brought some extra bling to the Cha Cha Cha!” Carrie Ann Inaba said, “I thought it was amazing. I’m so proud of you. You’ve come so far.” The judges gave her a 27.
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    Justina Machado and Sasha Farber later hit the stage to dance the Tango to “El Tango de Roxanne” from “Moulin Rouge” for their redemption dance. Derek Hough was totally in love with the duo’s routine, saying, “No hops! So good, loved it! Well done!” Bruno agreed as he said, “Total change of intention that allowed you to drive through with the right feeling, and it all happened so much better.” Justin earned 28 points.
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    The next pair were Johnny Weir and Britt Stewart, who performed the Salsa to “X” by Jonas Brothers and Karol G for their redemption dance. He did so well that Carrie Ann couldn’t help but praise him. “I felt you were much more in control. I’m so proud of you… there was a little misstep, but other than that, I’m proud of you,” she gushed. Derek also said that he loved the redemption dance and that he did the “tough routine” well. The judges gave Johnny a 27.
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    Following it up was Nelly, who attempted to do a sexy redemption Paso Doble to “Run Boy Run” by Woodkid alongside Daniella Karagach. Nelly took Bruno’s advice well, prompting Bruno to praise his performance. “You can see the artistry, I can see shapes and lines!” They got 26 points.
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    Dancing the Foxtrot to Harry Styles’ “Sign of the Times” for their redemption dance were Nev Schulman and Jenna Johnson. “It was classic, it was pure,” Derek raved. Meanwhile, Carrie Ann added, “The body contact was incredible. Talk about mastering the technique. You have become a true ballroom artist!” He got a perfect score!
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    It was later time for Kaitlyn Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev to hit the ballroom to show their redemption dance, the Paso Doble to “Hanuman” by Rodrigo Y Gabriela. Carrie Ann was so satisfied with the routine, exclaiming, “Doesn’t redemption feel good? This is what we want! This was a fantastic … Paso Doble!” Bruno also dubbed it “100 percent authentic Paso Doble.” The judges gave her a perfect score!

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    Justina and Sasha then returned to the stage to dance the Contemporary to “Holding Out for a Hero” by Ella Mae Bowen and Bonnie Tyler. “I’m just having moments tonight because it’s coming to the end of the season. Thank you so much. I love watching you dance,” Derek commented, while Bruno said that he loved the “freedom of movement” in the routine. The judges gave Justina a 30, marking her first perfect score.
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    Dancing the Viennese Waltz to “Lonely” by Noah Cyrus were Skai and Alan. Of the elegant dance, Bruno raved, “You were telling a story like you’ve never done before, without ever losing the wonderful weightless flow. You killed it!” Derek also called it “beautiful, elegant, just absolutely exquisite. Perfection.” Skai also earned a perfect score!
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    Johnny and Britt, meanwhile, danced the Jazz to “I Lived” by OneRepublic. Derek totally loved it with Bruno praising him for being “very dynamic” and “very musical.” It was another perfect score because the judges also gave Johnny a 30!
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    Nev and Jenna followed it up with a Contemporary dance to “If the World Was Ending” by JP Saxe and Julia Michaels. The routine was so mesmerizing that Derek claimed he “forgot to judge,” noting that “this is just so wonderful to witness and to watch… you aced it. That was phenomenal.” Carrie also gave a shout-out to Jenna for the “amazing” choreography. Unsurprisingly, they earned a perfect score.
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    Nelly and Daniella then offered a performance of Jive to “Jump Jive An’ Wail” by The Brian Setzer Orchestra. “I can’t believe it! Nelly, you nailed it! What a job!” Bruno praised. “Daniella, amazing job, but Nelly, what happened? This was incredible! This is the breakthrough! I’m going to calm down and compose myself, but Nelly, amazing job!” Carrie Ann exclaimed. They were given a perfect score!
    Meanwhile, Kaitlyn danced the Contemporary to “Cowboy Take Me Away” by The Chicks to honor her late friend, Lindsay. “My favorite part about the show is telling stories. You’ll always have this for your friend, and for yourself,” Derek said. Bruno agreed, saying that was such a “powerful, beautiful, another fantastic dance.” She got a perfect score.
    It was then revealed that Johnny & Britt, Skai & Alan and Justina & Sasha were in bottom three. A pair moved to the Finals while the other two pairs were sent home. Unfortunately, Johnny & Britt and Skai & Alan were eliminated.

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    'DWTS' Star Nelly Supports Judge Carrie Ann Inaba Amid Bullying Claims

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    The ‘Hot in Herre’ rapper speaks in favor of the ‘Dancing with the Stars’ judge after she received backlash for her harsh criticism of Kaitlyn Bristowe and her partner Artem Chigvintsev.

    Nov 11, 2020
    AceShowbiz – Nelly has come to Carrie Ann Inaba’s defense amid bullying claims. The “Hot in Herre” rapper stood up for “Dancing with the Stars” judge after she landed in hot water because of the harsh criticism she directed at Kaitlyn Bristowe and her partner Artem Chigvintsev.
    The 46-year-old expressed his support for the judge when speaking to TooFab during a night out in Los Angeles. “She’s just doing her job. Carrie Ann’s sweet. Yo, she’s so dope. Carrie Ann is an ex Fly Girl. You can never be mad at an ex Fly Girl. You know what I’m saying? Nah, they gotta leave my girl alone,” he weighed in on the controversy.
    “I just want to win at the end of the day so I know it’s a competition, but it’s never nothing personal. She’s so sweet. All of the judges is dope,” the MC continued. “I mean you know it’s a competition, so you upset about what you thinking, but it’s not personal. Carrie Ann is dope. All of them is dope. You know what I mean? Nah it’s cool, she’s sweet.”
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    Before Nelly jumped to her defense, Carrie was accused of being too tough on “The Bachelorette” alum Kaitlyn and her dancing partner. Many speculated that her harshness came from the fact that she and Artem dated for almost three years in the past. The 52-year-old and the Russian dancer called it quits in 2009.
    Carrie herself has responded to the backlash. In an interview after the Monday, November 9 episode of the dancing competition show, she told the press, “I think it’s hysterical. You know what I love though? This is what I love about ‘The Bachelor’ fans and ‘Bachelorette’ fans. They can create a story around it!”
    “It’s weird because I totally understood what they were doing,” the TV personality further shared. “They’re like, there’s jealousy there and there’s this and that because that’s what the ‘Bachelor’ and ‘Bachelorette’ is all about, right? It’s about creating stories about everybody.”
    Carrie then stressed that she had nothing but love for her ex-boyfriend post-split. “Look, I love Artem, I respect him, I love him and Nikki Bella together. I love that they just had their little baby Matteo. We’ve had Nikki on ‘The Talk’, I’m a huge fan. There’s nothing but love and I thought it was hysterical. So none of it bothers me,” she stressed.
    Emphasizing that she is against “bullying,” the dancer and choreographer further warned, “I will not stand for bullying of me or anyone. I will not. We’ve had enough of it in our country. I’m sick of it. I’m never gonna stand for that, I’m never gonna support it. But I am OK with passion and I am OK with discussion.”

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    'DWTS' Recap: Two Perfect Scores Are Earned, Celebrity Dancers Honor Music Legends on 'Icons Night'

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    The new outing of the ABC dancing competition show sees the remaining celebrity contestants celebrating some music legends, including Madonna, Britney Spears and Tupac Shakur, on ‘Icons Night’.

    Nov 10, 2020
    AceShowbiz – A new episode of “Dancing with the Stars” is here! Airing on Monday, November 9, the new outing saw the remaining celebrity contestants celebrating some music legends on “Icons Night”. The first performers that night were Justina Machado and Sasha Farber, who honored Madonna.
    The pair hit the stage to dance the Rumba to “Crazy for You”. Derek Hough called the performance a “beautiful rumba,” praising the pair over the great turns and oozy slow moments. Bruno Tonioli said they nailed “the gentle side of Madonna,” though he thought that Justina held back too much. The judges gave her 24 points.
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    Nelly and Daniella Karagach, meanwhile, danced the Jazz to “California Love” by Tupac Shakur ft. Roger Troutman & Dr. Dre. Bruno loved the routine, saying that it made him smile. However, he noted that Nelly “missed a couple of steps.” Despite a few missteps, Carrie Ann Inaba said that Nelly did a “great job” and it was such a “fun” performance. The pair earned a 24.
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    Next performers were AJ McLean and Cheryl Burke. They danced the Viennese Waltz to “Somebody to Love” by Queen. It was not AJ’s best performance, though Derek told him that he had a “beautiful” frame despite his mistakes. Bruno, meanwhile, advised AJ to soften his arms. He got 23 points.
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    Following it up were Kaitlyn Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev. They opted to honor Britney Spears as they danced the Argentine Tango to Britney’s “Toxic”. It was such an incredible routine that Derek and Carrie gave her a standing ovation. The judges gave the pair a perfect score!
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    Later, Johnny Weir and Britt Stewart took to the stage to dance the Quickstep to Amy Winehouse’s “Valerie”. Upon watching the performance, Bruno said, “Amy would have loved that.” Carrie Ann added, “We’ve never seen a quickstep like that … You pulled it off beautifully.” Derek also loved how “clean” his technique and footwork. The pair also got a perfect score.
    Skai Jackson and Alan Bersten then danced the Paso Doble to Janet Jackson’s “If”. Carrie Ann said she was “proud” of her fierce performance. Derek also said that it was “powerful” and “confident,” though she had to watch her arms. She got 27 points.
    The episode also saw Nev Schulman and Jenna Johnson dancing the Jive to Elton John’s “Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting)”. Derek loved how much “content” and “charisma” that Nev showed in his performance, though he thought that it needed more “pump.” Carrie Ann said the routine was “pleasure to watch,” but he needed to work on his toes. The judges gave him a 27.
    Later for the Dance-Off, Justina and Kaitlyn danced the Cha Cha, and the one who got the bonus points was Justina. Following it up were Skai and Nelly who danced the Salsa for their Dance-Off. Skai got the bonus points. Later, AJ got the bonus points after he won over Johnny in the Jive Dance-Off.
    It was then announced that Kaitlyn, Skai, Nev, Justina and Nelly were safe. Meanwhile, Johnny and AJ were in bottom two. Bruno saved Johnny, Derek chose to save AJ. Carrie Ann then picked Johnny. That meant AJ was eliminated!

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    'DWTS' Recap: Unfortunate Departure and First Relay Dances

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    The new episode of the ABC dancing competition show reveals that ‘The Real’ co-host Jeannie Mai withdraws from the series she had to undergo an emergency surgery for an abscess in her throat.

    Nov 3, 2020
    AceShowbiz – “Dancing with the Stars” returned with a new episode on Monday, November 2. The night was supposed to feature double eliminations, but with Jeannie Mai’s early exit due to health concern, only one of the remaining contestants was sent home at the end of the episode.
    The first pair to hit the ballroom were Kaitlyn Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev, who danced the Jive to “Don’t Stop Me Now” by Queen. Judge Derek Hough loved it, telling her that she was fantastic. Meanwhile, Bruno Tonioli admitted to “having such a good time” watching the routine. Carrie Ann Inaba said Kaitlyn was full of “grace” and “energy.” The judges gave her a 25.
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    Next up were Nev Schulman and Jenna Johnson. They opted to dance the Viennese Waltz to “Stuck With U” by Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber. Bruno thought he was “oozing charm and charisma,” while Carrie Ann dubbed it “beautiful.” Nev earned a 29.
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    Justina Machado and Sasha Farber then followed it up with the Samba to “Magalenha” by Sergio Mendes. Carrie Ann pointed out Justina’s little stumble during the performance, while Derek said that she needed to articulate her feet a little more. As for Bruno, he praised Justine for her “exuberant, joyful presence.” She got a 27.
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    Dancing the Rumba to “Nobody Knows” by The Tony Rich Project were Nelly and his partner Daniella Karagach. Bruno commented on Nelly’s feet, though he raved about Nelly making Daniella shine. Carrie Ann then said that she was proud of Nelly, though he wasn’t where the judges wanted him to be just yet. He earned a 21.
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    Chrishell Stause and Gleb Savchenko, meanwhile, took the stage to dance the Viennese Waltz to “Love on the Brain”. Carrie Ann said that the performance was “graceful and elegant” but Chrishell needed to work on her arms. Derek also praised Chrishell’s improvement, though he agreed with Carrie Ann about the arms. Meanwhile, Bruno told Chrishell to work on her sustainability. She got a 24.
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    Dancing the Salsa to “Work It” by Missy Elliott were Skai Jackson and Alan Bersten. Carrie Ann said that the landings on her lifts were a little sloppy while Derek felt that the routine had too many lifts. Skai got a 25.
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    Later, Johnny Weir and Britt Stewart danced the Foxtrot to “Wonder” by Shawn Mendes. Derek loved it, though he noted that they needed to make the rise and fall more “gradual.” While agreeing with Derek, Bruno said that the routine was “wonderful.” Carrie Ann, however, said that she actually liked the choppy rise and fall. The judges gave the pair a 27.
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    Later, they bid farewell to Jeannie, who decided to leave the show as she had to undergo an emergency surgery for an abscess in her throat. Following it up was AJ McLean, who danced the Rumba alongside his partner Cheryl Burke. Bruno admitted that he was “captivated” by the “intensity” of the routine, though he said that the dance lacked the actual “rumba action.” Carrie Ann also noted that there wasn’t enough “content.” He got a 24.
    It was then time for Relay Round. Nev, Chrishell and Nelly danced the Cha Cha with Carrie Ann as the judge. Nev performed better than the others as Carrie Ann gave him 3 bonus points while Chrishell and Nelly earned 2 bonus points each. Later, Justina and Johnny danced the Viennese Waltz with Derek as the judge. Jeannie was initially supposed to be in this group. Derek gave Johnny 3 extra points while Justine got 2 bonus points.
    AJ, Kaitlyn and Skai then danced the Samba as Bruno served as the judge for it. Both AJ and Kaitlyn got 3 bonus points, while Skai was only given 2 extra points.
    It was then revealed that Skai and Chrishell were in bottom two. Carrie Ann chose to save Skai and Bruno also did the same. That meant Chrishell was eliminated!

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    Jeannie Mai Proud of 'Dancing With the Stars' Journey After Hospitalization Forced Her Exit

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    Producers of the dancing competition series announces that the sudden departure of ‘The Real’ co-host propel them to only eliminate one couple from the show this week.

    Nov 3, 2020
    AceShowbiz – Jeannie Mai has pulled out of “Dancing with the Stars” after being hospitalised with epiglottis.
    The 41-year-old is leaving the reality TV competition series after seeking medical attention for the potentially life-threatening inflammatory condition that can cause swelling and block airflow to the lungs, ABC reported on Monday, November 02.
    “My doctors discovered a health concern with my throat which requires immediate attention and surgery,” she said in a statement to “Good Morning America”.
    “I am heartbroken that my ‘DWTS’ journey has to end here. The last several weeks have been an amazing learning experience. I have pushed myself to new limits physically and mentally, and I am so proud of how far we’ve come.”

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    Adding a nod to her pro partner Brandon Armstrong, she said, “I can’t thank my partner Brandon enough for being so supportive and believing in me. I also want to thank MAI fans who voted every week and I wish everyone else in the competition the best of luck!”

    Jeannie was competing with professional dancer Brandon Armstrong on the show and, following her sudden departure, producers have opted to only eliminate one couple from the show this week.
    “Jeannie has inspired us, along with millions of fans, with her energy and dedication,” they added in a statement. “We wish her a full and speedy recovery. Since Jeannie had to withdraw from the competition, tonight’s show will feature the eight remaining couples and a single elimination.”
    Rapper Nelly, “Selling Sunset”‘s Chrishell Stause, Backstreet Boys singer AJ McLean and Disney Channel actress Skai Jackson are among those competing in the current 29th season.

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  • 'DWTS' Recap: One Couple Earns a Perfect Score on Villains Night

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    Meanwhile, one celebrity contestant is unfortunately sent home in the new episode of the ABC dancing competition show which sees the remaining couples taking on famous villains.

    Oct 27, 2020
    AceShowbiz – “Dancing with the Stars” returned with its annual Halloween episode on Monday, October 26. The episode saw the remaining couples taking on famous villains with Jeannie Mai and Brandon Armstrong kicking off the Villains Night with a Paso Doble to Nelly Furtado’s “Maneater”.
    The pair paid homage to Hannibal Lector from “The Silence of the Lambs” and earned a huge praise from judge Derek Hough, who dressed as Jekyll & Hyde. He told her, “You ate up that paso!” Bruno Tonioli, who was a Beetlejuice, added that she was “irresistable to watch,” while Carrie Ann Inaba, who dressed as Pennywise, called her performance “explosive” and wanted to stop “overdoing” her dance. She got a 25.
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    Bringing up a Dracula theme, Johnny Weir and Britt Stewart danced a Viennese Waltz to “Creep” by Vincent/Kimberly Nichole. Bruno thought that the routine was “very, very good” and so “passionate and fluid.” Derek also raved about it, saying that it was the “perfect formula,” while Carrie Ann loved how they interpreted the music. Johnny was given a 27.
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    Following it up were Chrishell Stause and Gleb Savchenko, who opted for a Paso Doble to “In the Air Tonight” by VonLichten. They danced while dressing as characters from “Maleficent”. Carrie Ann told Chrishell that she “executed beautifully,” with Derek saying that it was “cinematic” though he noted that she had issues with balance. Bruno agreed, but he still thought the performance was “very, very strong.” The judges gave her a 26.
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    Next up, Monica Aldama and Valentin Chmerkovskiy, whose costumes were inspired by “Nurse Ratched from One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Next”, danced a Jazz to “Fever” by Beyonce Knowles. The judges thought it wasn’t her best dance with Derek noting that Monica “lost the character a bit in the middle.” She got a 22.
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    Dancing a Tango to “Psycho” by Intermezzo Orchestra, AJ McLean and Cheryl Burke dressed up in costumes inspired by Norman Bates. Despite falling and hitting her head on the floor hard during rehearsals, Cheryl thankfully was able to perform. Carrie Ann was impressed that AJ nailed it although it was a “really difficult routine.” The judges gave him a 26.
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    Later, it was Nelly and Daniella Karagach’s turn to hit the ballroom to perform their routine. As he dressed as Freddy Krueger, he danced with Daniella an Argentine Tango to “Can’t Feel My Face” by The Weeknd. Bruno gave Nelly a standing ovation, saying, “You killed that Argentine tango!” He got a 27.
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    As for Justina Machado and Sasha Farber, they danced a Tango to “Take Me to Church” by MILCK. Justina’s costume was inspired by Carrie. Derek loved the “awesome” performance while Bruno noted that she couldn’t “shuffle on the tango.” The judges gave her a 26.
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    Nev Schulman and Jenna Johnson, meanwhile, danced a Paso Doble to “Swan Lake Remix” by District 78 as they paid homage to “Black Swan”. Carrie Ann and Bruno agreed that the performance was “breathtaking” and Derek called this performance an “instant classic.” The judges loved it so much that they gave Nev a perfect score.
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    Dancing the Argentine Tango to “Everything I Wanted” by Billie Eilish were Skai Jackson and Alan Bersten who transformed into Chucky and Bride of Chucky. The judges loved how Skai came back “stronger than ever” and “killed the routine.” She was given a 27.
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    Concluding the night were Kaitlyn Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev, who danced a Paso Doble to “Disturbia” by Rihanna as they dressed as Cruella de Vil and Dalmatian respectively. Derek praised Kaitlyn, but Bruno said that the performance “felt slightly rush.” She got 24 points.
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    Later, it was revealed that Jeannie & Brandon and Monica & Val were in the bottom two. Bruno picked Jeannie, while Derek picked Monica. Carrie Ann made a final decision and she chose to save Jeannie. With that, Monica and Val were eliminated.

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  • 'DWTS' Pro Cheryl Burke on the Mend After Scary Fall During Rehearsal

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    In a clip from the latest episode of the dancing competition show, the dancer suffers head injury after losing her footing while rehearsing with her partner, AJ McLean.

    Oct 27, 2020
    AceShowbiz – Cheryl Burke has had a scare during an intense rehearsal with her dancing partner AJ McLean. Ahead of Villains Night on “Dancing with the Stars”, the pro-dancer suffered head injury following a fall during which she hit her head on the ballroom floor, but she is said to be “on the mend.”
    On how the accident happened, an exclusive video obtained by PEOPLE unraveled that Cheryl and AJ were practicing on the ballroom floor on Sunday, October 25. When the 36-year-old dancer was running backward, however, she lost her footing and fell on her back with her head hitting the floor. “It happened so fast, I just heard her head hit the floor,” her dancing partner recalled.
    In the wake of the accident, PEOPLE reported that a medic was called to the scene and Cherly got examined. She was then advised to take the rest of the day off. At the time, it was not clear whether she would be able to perform in the Monday, October 26 episode of the dancing competition show.
    Despite the unfortunate event, Cheryl confirmed via Instagram that she would still get on the dance floor. “Yesterday, I took a hard fall while rehearsing for #VillainsNight. Even though AJ kills me at the end of this Tango, this wasn’t part of the routine. It’s one of those things that can happen in a split second,” she kicked off her social media message.

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    “Thankfully, I have the best partner I could ask for that was there to pick me up off the ground,” the two-time “DWTS” champion added, referring to her Backstreet Boys member partner. After urging fans to vote for the duo, she continued, “Keeping our fingers crossed for only planned mishaps during the show tonight!! #TeamPrettyMessedUp.”

    Hours after Cheryl shared her post, the official Instagram account of the show let out several pictures of her and AJ performing Tango. “So happy to see @cherylburke safe and healthy! Stunning Tango from #TeamPrettyMessedUp. #VillainsNight #DWTS,” its caption read.

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