dancing with the Stars Viewers were treated to a night of performances in which classic Disney heroes were honored. However, instead of feeling enthralled by the dance, fans giggled at the scoring. They felt that Cheryl Burke and Cody Rigsby were singled out and underscored by judges Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Derek Hough and Bruno Tonioli. The couple returned to the ballroom after being diagnosed with the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Cheryl Burke and Cody Rigsby danced with coronavirus before
Burke and Rigsby feel strong enough to continue performing on October 4 to pay tribute to Britney Spears DWTS Despite being diagnosed with coronavirus. Burke and Rigby put on a solid performance despite not being together in the ballroom. However, the panel of judges found fault with their timing and cited difficulty in watching them together due to the split-screen.
the fans took instagram To express their concerns over what they consider to be unfair criticism of the couple. In the comments section, he cited the extra effort Burke and Rigsby put in as they had to dance from afar and together. He also claimed that dancing while he had coronavirus should have allowed him some grace from the panel. Ultimately, audience votes kept the couple in competition for another week.
Burke and Rigsby honor ‘A Goofy Movie’
Cheryl Burke is emotional on Cody Rigsby’s ‘relentless’ return to ‘DWTS’ ballroom
Burke and Rigsby dance a jive to the song “Stand Out” A Goofy Movie for His First Ballroom Performance in Two Weeks.
Rigsby rocked a picture-perfect recreation of the film’s costume, including Goofy’s ridiculously wild hairstyle.
After a live performance that required a Mickey Mouse dance move for each number, Rigsby and Burke waited for the judges to score.
Ultimately both got 27 marks out of 40 in total from the panel.
Fans Claim Burke and Rigby Were Lined Up on Disney Night
‘Dancing With The Stars’ Fans Claim Cheryl Burke Was ‘Booted’ After Cody Rigsby Low Judge Score
Burke and Rigsby’s Disney Night performance didn’t get high marks from the panel, but fans rallied behind the couple on social media. He claimed that the judges lined up the couple.
“Like it!! I hate and understand Lane and Carrie Ann. You did a great job, boo!” A follower wrote.
Secondly, a social media user claimed, “It was so underrated!!! What did the judges even see because it wasn’t the same dance we saw! One of my favorites from Disney weeks, Cody and Cheryl were sensational!”
“Seriously. Judges don’t score consistently. Way to go, Cheryl & Cody!!!! wrote a third Instagram commenter.
“I’m glad Cody and Cheryl are back on the dance floor! I love this dance! I don’t know why their dance is underrated,” questioned a fourth fan.
Rigsby said ‘I think we deserved better’
“It’s challenging when you’re making everything out and then it’s judged like this. I think we deserved better,” he said entertainment tonight.
“But I’m going to take the night to process this to read and let it go because we have to pump up and move on.”
He admitted that he and Burke were still at a loss during this week’s dance rehearsals.
“Most of the rehearsal week, we were still in quarantine. That’s why we were learning two dances through a zoom call.”
dancing with the Stars A special episode airs Tuesday, October 12, where contestants will perform as Disney villains. The live show will air on ABC at 8 p.m. EST.