Who Is Remaining On Dancing With The Stars
Who is Remaining on Dancing With the Stars?
The first two celebrity couples on “Dancing With the Stars” were eliminated last week, but four other celebrity couples remain on the show. Next week, the remaining contestants face double elimination. If they survive, they will be battling for the Mirrorball Trophy. In the season’s final episode, airing Monday, Nov. 21, the judges will decide which of the remaining celebs should be saved.
The show returned for a 31st season on Sept. 19, with a new host, Alfonso Ribeiro. There are now 12 contestants on the show. The pros include Witney Carson, Pasha Pashkov, Daniella Karagach and Mark Ballas. The pros and the celebrities perform dances for the judges. They get points from each judge, which are added together. Each couple performs two themeless dances. They are then scored from zero to 10 by the judges.
After the competition, the final scores were determined, and the couples with the lowest scores are the ones sent home. The top three couples were Gabby Windey and Val Chmerkovskiy, Shangela and Gleb Savchenko, and Daniel and Britt Stewart. The bottom three couples were Teresa Giudice and Jason Lewis, Blair and Vinny, and Emma Slater and Trevor Donovan.
While each celebrity is saved by the judges, there are close calls. Len Goodman, head judge of Dancing With the Stars, announced his retirement from the show between rounds one and two. He also said that he would spend more time in the UK with his family. In the season’s second episode, he said that he was looking for things that were spectacular before the finale, which will air on Monday, November 21.
After the two celebrity couples were eliminated, it was up to the judges to save the remaining celebrities. They decided to save Charli D’Ameli and her professional dance partner Mark Ballas. After performing a freestyle, the duo received perfect scores from the judges. The duo then won the mirrorball trophy. The duo then took to the floor to compete against the other remaining couples. The duo performed to “Ain’t Gonna Hurt Nobody” and got a perfect score.
While the judges voted for the duo, viewers also weighed in with their votes. Bruno Tonioli, the over-the-top judge, voted to save Jessie Cavallari, while Carrie Ann Inaba and Vinny Guadagnino voted to save Teresa Giudice.
The judges also decided to save the duo of Jessie James Decker and Eric Decker, but Daniel Durant and professional dance partner Britt Stewart were the next celebrity couple to be eliminated. The Coda star had a stunning run on the show. He stunned the audience with a jazz routine. He worked harder than the other teams, but he could not tell if it was affecting his dancing. His dancing is still better than the other teams. He was also born deaf and has a hard time hearing his dance partner.
The final night of the show was a bit of a shock. The show had a theme that was very lighthearted. The couple that received the lowest scores for their dances were sent home.