“dancing with the Stars” Got totally weird on “Horror Night.”
but with Spice Girl Mel C’s Sudden Last week’s departure on “Grease Night” – an elimination that came in as a favorite Olivia Jade Kale was on the bite, too – with a big question looming real fear in the ballroom.
Who was going to get the ax at the pre-Halloween contest?
Last week’s elimination “got really scary,” Jade said in her pre-dance video. Here’s what happened on the dance floor on Monday:
With rotten yellow teeth, Jojo Siwa’s clown was the killer
It’s great to see Sunshine Siwa, 18, embracing the dark side as Pennywise, the killer clown from “It.”
“Weirdly I feel like myself,” said Siwa in his heinous disguise.
He had strange eyes, rotten, yellow teeth and wild red hair while performing a nightmare jazz dance with partner Jenna Johnson in a surreal version of Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes”.
At the end of the frenzied number, Siwa pulled a fake arm off Johnson and cut it into a delicious drumstick-like appendage.
As the real dance ended, the judges lost their minds. Judge Len Goodman gave the biggest and weirdest compliment of the year.
“I’m so glad I was wearing my rubber undergarments,” Goodman said.
Taking a side glance at Goodman, Derek Huff followed up with admiration, saying, “I’m also scared about rubber undergarments. But we’ll talk about that later.”
Judge Bruno Tonioli said the dance was “terrible and absolutely spectacular.” The dancer earned full marks in her second week, 40 out of 40, and easily progressed to the following week.
Iman Shumpert’s ‘Humse’ is a must-see dance
Beloved NBA star Iman Schumpert, 31, shows little talent and moments heroic power In reality dance competition.
But nothing prepared the judges or the studio audience for his tribute. Jordan Peele’s horror film “U.S.”
Wearing the red jumpsuits of doppelgangers and showing off the same wild moves of the Cursed characters, Schumpert and Yellow pro partner Daniela Karagach created some of the craziest, contemporary dance must-sees.
In a thrilling moment, Schumpert threw Karagach over her shoulders where she stood on top of her 6-foot-5 frame, then dropped for more spin. The crowd in the auditorium stood till the end. Hof was also standing at the scoring table.
“I’m speechless,” said Huff, who attempted to score the doubles 11 points. “It was something that people were going to see over and over again.”
Tonioli called it “the performance of your masterpiece”. All the judges gave the couple 100 for 40 out of our 40. The NBA champion could probably win this whole thing.
Olivia Jade says after near-elimination: ‘I guess people don’t like me’
Olivia Jade, who built 1.3 million Instagrams as a social influencer, was mentally wondering why she ended up in the bottom two last week and nearly bounced.
“I guess people don’t like me,” the young star, who was embroiled in 2019 college admission scam, Said in his opening video.
Jade, 18, said out loud that she couldn’t trust America to vote for her, and vowed to knock it “out of the park” with her dance moves.
Her “Purge”-themed Paso Doble with partner Val Chmerkovskiy in Bloodstained Clothes was at least one multi-bass hit. Jade even made a polite request at the end, “Please vote for us, we’re having a lot of fun!”
The judges praised the dance. “Last week you died and were buried. Can you come back to life?” Goodman asked. With her judges’ straight 9s (36 out of 40) score and a clearly rising audience vote, Jade was easily silenced haters to get through to the next week.
So who went home?
“Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kenya Moore, 50, has already pulled the Marvel-Revival from a bottom-two potential elimination, after controversially sending “The Bachelor” out of the “DWTS” level below. fought bravely for Matt James, 29, home.
But the writing was on the wall on Monday, as Moore found herself in the vulnerable bottom two (based on combined audience votes and judges’ scores) alongside Olympic star Suni Lee.
How Lee got into the bottom two after an impressive tango and only 18-year-old, college-attended Olympic star Suni Lee, is another discussion.
But this match was not even close.
All three judges voted to place Olympic gymnasts on the dance floor. Tie-breaker Judge Goodman didn’t even need to weigh in (a good thing, considering his spotty tie-breaking record this season).
Moore was kind in defeat.
“I just want to say thank you for this opportunity, it’s like a dream come true,” she said as to the credits.
Tune in for the next “DWTS” episode and Elimination (ABC at 8 p.m. ET/PT) on November 1.