The six remaining competitors on Dancing With the Stars have reached the season 27 semifinals, and things are warming up…
The six remaining competitors on Dancing With the Stars have reached the season 27 semifinals, and things are warming up to some extent as we have not seen any time.
Six pairs make it to the semi-finals are almost incredible, and that means eliminations will be more stressful than ever as the show shuts down its competitive area. Tonight it means that each pair will deliver two different routines – the first will be a new dance that the celebrity has never learned before, while the other will be a dance style they have done before, as determined by one of the three judges, but put to new music and choreography.
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The three stars in danger were Joe, Alexis and Juan Pablo! That’s crazy.
To reveal who went home, Tom Bergeron announced the couple who were safe: Alexis and Alan! Importance Juan Pablo and Cheryl go home the same night as they earned two perfect points – along with Joe and Jenna.
All three judges were completely shocked by Juan Pablo and Cheryl’s elimination, with Len standing and explaining that “there is no justice
” But Juan Pablo was merciful in defeat.
“I love to dance so much and at least I must do it in front of millions of people with this wonderful girl. “Juan Pablo said badly while talking to Tom Bergeron after elimination.
Meanwhile, Joe and Jenna elimination was not really a shock, as most (including Joe himself) felt Milo and Witney restored their Cha-Cha
Milo and Witney were another couple whose task was to recreate their Week 1 number for their judge. dance under the mentorship of Carrie Ann.
The couple hit the dance floor in light red ensembles for a steamy cha-cha-set to “Good Feeling” by Austin French – and they put the dance floor on fire with their perfect footwork and energy isk self-confidence.
While the audience gave them much love, even their mentor, Carrie Ann, had some criticism for Milos wildness and untamed physicality. The judges had a lot of love for the dance in total, but less criticism signaled that their points would not be perfect.
At the end, the couple got 28 out of 30, a total of 55 out of 60.   Evanna and Keo reworked their past Foxtrot
After their perfect first night dance, Evanna and Keo collaborated with Len for the dance of their judges and were tasked with rebuilding their Week 1 foxtrot.
It had not been better to show how much Evanna has grown since the start of the show. She has become a more open and confident practice and much seems to be due to Keo’s guidance and friendship.
For their amazing foothrot – set to “Rewrite the Stars” from The Great Showman – couples rocked all purple ensembles once more and delivered a heart-warmed routine that blew everyone away.
While Len and Bruno seemed to see an error during the performance, Carrie Ann felt that the dance was flawless and the pair got 28 out of 30 for the incredible dance.
Their total score is 58 out of 60, which would take them straight to the final, but with a poll it’s so unpredictable, it’s hard to guess what’s going to happen.
After getting a perfect score for his Argentine tango, Juan Pablo and Cheryl were together with Bruno, who decided they should reset his week 1 salsa, to show how much better it already is great when ncer has gotten with Cheryl’s help.
The couple took on the dance floor for her sexy Havana-infected routine – put to “Tu Sonrisa” by Elvis Crespo – where Juan Pablo got another chance to show off her abs
Carrie Anns’s feedback was for the most part her screaming “Yes” on top of her lungs while Lens praise was as effusive.
In the end, Juan Pablo and Cheryl turned their second perfect 30 out of 30, for a fantastic combined total of 60 out of 60. They are, with a long margin, front runners for the Mirrorball trophy. Here, hope the viewers’ voices keep them in the game.
After Carrie Ann, as her favorite judge earlier in the night, has been shown, she appears to be Joe and Jennas mentor for the judges’ dance, and she did her best to make sure they could take off a better fast pace than they did earlier this season.
Strikes the floor for its impressive routine – set to “Check it Out” by Oh the Larceny – the long-hauling contestants actually managed to impress the judges who complimented Joes’s frame and his pure footwork.
After receiving much love from Carrie Ann, Joe ran up and gave her a hug. It turns out, however, that all three judges liked the dance. The pair earned a 24 out of 30, their highest score for the show so far and a total of 46 out of 60.
Alexis and Alan stopped getting the chance to recreate their week 1 jive after getting ready with Bruno for their judge dance.
Jive, set to “Yes” by Merry Clayton, was raw, wildly fun who still managed to contain a lot of subject and style that earned a great praise from his mentor, like the other two judges.
“The concept I loved, but the dance was amazing” Len wondered.
When the couple came to Erin on the balcony, the couple could not contain their excited energy as they jumped around as adorable lunatics.
Energy levels were just higher after they earned a perfect 30 out of 30, a total of 58 out of 60.  Bobby and Sharna Get Mentored by Len
For Bobby and Sharna’s Judge’s Choice dance they were parade with Len who wanted to see the couple make a jive – as the radio star made the first The week – just this time, set to “Gimme Some Lovin” by The Spencer Davis Group.
Donate light gold ensembles, Bobby and Sharna hit the dance floor with a lot of energy and enthusiasm that showed how much the star has evolved as an exercise under the last two months of competition.
At the end, Bobby put his signature flare as he pulled off his black shirt to reveal a white t-shirt underneath the Lens smiley face.
The judges all appreciated how much he had grown and called knocked him down with 24 out of 30 for a total of 45 out of 60.
Milo Manheim showed a little love for his mom, actress Camryn Manheim, by spend her first dance at night to her. It’s only fitting after she came out to support him from the audience every week.
Strikes the floor with his partner Witney, drew the pair of a beautiful, pure and passionate Argentine tango – set to “pray for me” by Weekend, Kendrick Lamar – it was a wonderful tribute to her devoted mom.
After the dance, Milo tried to run over and give his mom a hug before he received much love and praise from the judges. While his Argentine tango was inevitably compared to Juan Pablo’s next level, there was still much appreciation for the routine.
In the end, perhaps because of the epic night’s early Argentinian tango, the couple got 27 out of 30 (although it would have been a perfect 30th night). But they still have a chance to judge the judges with their second performance later this evening.
Evanna and Keo are the couple who only keep improving every week, and this week they gave a mindblowing song that the actor owned his late friend and filmmaker Simon Fitzmaurice, who died last year after a long battle with ALS.
The couple took on the dance floor in gorgeous pale purple ensembles to deliver a modern routine set to “Stand Up for Something” by Second Day, and it ended perfectly with both dancers stretching their hands to an empty director chair with the name of Simon.
The dance was met with overwhelming praise from the judges, who appreciated the importance of dance and Evans’ development as a dancer. The couple earned a perfect 30th of 30.
When he spoke to Erin on the balcony after the dance, Keo took tears when the fellow world really shared his love for the long pros who never made it so far in the competition before.  Juan Pablo and Cheryl hold strong
Juan Pablo and Cheryl entered the semifinal as the only couple who have earned three perfect points this season.
For his first dance of the night, Juan Pablo became emotional in his pre-taped package when he explained why he decided to dedicate the dance to his beloved mother who successfully beat cancer and is a “warrior woman” in the star’s words.
When they went to the stage for their Argentine tango, set to “Libertango” from Forever Tango it was hard to remember to breathe. They have done sexy, precise dances in the past, but the music, the red, smoky lighting and the incredible choreography came together to create something really amazing.
After the dance, like the basked in honor of a standing ovation, Juan Pablo ran over to hug his mom and dad who watched the crowd.
Feedback from the judges was random. Len said he would “always remember” his Argentine tango, while Bruno and Carrie Ann were almost speechless about the flawlessness of the dance.
“People who have watched our show in 27 seasons, along with me, are blown away,” Carrie Ann said. “You are in a class of yourself.”
Unbelievable that the pair got their fourth perfect 30 out of 30 and is undoubtedly the pair who deserve to win the Mirrorball trophy (although it is impossible to [JoeJoeandJennaGetRomantic
] For his semi-final performance, Jenna decided to show Joe’s romantic page with a focused contemporary routine set to “This Year’s Love” by David Gray, and there was no lack of steam chemistry between the couple.
Joe devoted the dance to his fiancee, Kendall, who was in the audience to hear him when he and Jenna performed a dance with almost constant physical contact that might have made Jennas DWTS boyfriend Val Chmerkovskiy a little jealous.
Who Len mentioned under his comments, Joe did not have much to do for the dance, but they all agreed that the little he did well he did not and did not actively touch anything.  For their efforts, the couple got a decent 2 2 out of 30, and got his second “8” of the season from Carrie Ann, as Joe declared his “favorite judge”.
For his first dance, Alexis allowed the routine to his partner, Alan, for all he has done to help her grow as a dancer.
When they went to the scene of their waltz, they set to “Water” by Bishop Briggs, the sexy couple made one of the most seductive figures of the season so far, and it was hard to keep feeling the electricity between them.
Bruno complimented the dance’s “heavenly floating” and all three judges had a lot of love for the routine – in addition to Carrie Ann’s vanity hat for lifts and Lens’s anger over the dance, which did not have enough traditional rolling content.
For their efforts, the pair got a magnificent score of 28 out of 30.
5:12 PM:  Shirtless Bobby was all smiles even after he and Sharna got a disappointment 21 of 30.
But the star did not worry much about his score. Instead, he spent his time on the microphone to express his support for those affected by the California fires.
“There are many people here who hurt badly,” says Bones, encouraging all of his fans to donate to those who have been displaced by the wilderness.
Bobbys first dance was dedicated to his legion of fans, which he fully admits is the only reason he has done so far.
“I’m not here because of my points, I’m here because of my people,” Bobby said in the bundled package. And he definitely gave his fans what they saw when he and Sharna took the stage for a wild, superior salsa – added to “GDFR” by Flo Rida.
With members of the audience taking on stage to bring Bobby and Sharna on to the energetic performance, it was a fun and exciting tribute to the breath of loving life – a message that the star has consistently radiated on DWTS.
While judges appreciated his desire for life, they did not really have a good score for their technical possibilities. But they threw into a commercial before they reveal the score so we have to see how his funny energy translates into numbers.  Semifinals kicking a skimmer
Instead of the usual massive musical number, DWTS chose the semi-final a drop-down run by introducing each pair to the stage with a projection of them on dance floor and a quote from one of their previously packed packages about their hopes for the season.
It was not as bombastic as most weeks, but it became the point: tonight it’s about the couple, and who will go to the finals.
After last week’s exciting Country Night, three couples found themselves on the hugg block and fans were allowed to say goodbye to two of them in an expected but brutal double elimination. 19659002] John Schneider and partner Emma Slater got the ax, along with DeMarcus Ware and Lindsa y Arnold, leaving the six remaining couples to claim it in the evening’s overcrowded semifinals. Given how many stars are left, there is a good chance that we will see another double elimination at the end of the evening’s show.
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