The Disney Villains night ended with a double takeoff. After much fun, the two celebrities were sent home for the October 12 ‘DWTS’ show.
Tyra Banks, Dressed as a dangerous Maleficent, he announced right away at the event that there would be twice ending at the end of the Disney Villains Night. After no one was removed from Disney Heroes Night, DWTS I will say good-bye to two celebs at the end of the night.
Disney Villains Night Games
Jimmie Allen and Emma Slater dancing a habit of jazz encouraged by Peter Pan that Billie Eilish’s “An Evil One.” Len Goodman said the lifts were “good” and admitted that Jimmie “surprised” him every week. Bruno Tonioli criticizes the “badass jazz habit” which was “his most powerful work to date.” Jimmie already has two extra points for the Mickey Dance Challenge, too! Jimmie and Emma’s Notes: Carrie Ann = 9; Len = 8; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 9. Total number = 35 out of 40. Jimmie also agrees with his middle wife he ate 2cm!
Cody Rigsby and Cheryl Burke is near the Viennese waltz in “Gaston” from Beauty & Living. Derek Hough admits there were “other things” to do, but it was “a very good job.” Bruno says Cody can “catch the part”. Carrie Ann Inaba and Len all enjoyed the show. Cody and Cheryl notes: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 7; Derek = 8; and Bruno = 8. Total number = 33 out of 40.
Photo by Melanie C. and Gleb Savchenko bring a solid with Viennese Waltz to “Once Once A Dream” from Maleficent. Bruno tells Melanie and Gleb that their habit was “too hard” He loved it! Carrie Ann says this was Melanie’s “best dance”. Results for Melanie C and Gleb: Carrie Ann = 9; Len = 8; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 9. Total number = 35 out of 40.
Jojo Siwa and Jenna Johnson stun with their Paso Doble’s on “Evil Ways” from Relatives 2. Carrie Ann is well aware that Jojo is a “fun professional,” but she thinks it’s “a little difficult.” They want to be “very pretty” sometime. Len and Derek disagree with Carrie Ann. They both see how Jojo looked. Jojo and Jenna’s Notes: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 9; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 9. Total number = 35 out of 40.
Enter Moore and Brandon Armstrong taking the Viennese waltz to the “Terrible Woman” by Ariana Grande. Their performance was encouraged by Snow & Seven Men. Len admits that “his skills were not good.” Derek tells Kenya that he is dangerous. He wants them to believe a little while dancing. Carrie Ann points out that Kenya’s foot has dropped, but it is still “very good dance” to this day. Kenya and Brandon Results: Carrie Ann = 7; Len = 7; Derek = 8; and Bruno = 8. Total number = 30 out of 40.
Iman Shumpert and Daniella Karagach dancing the fascinating Argentine Tango to the “Arabian Nights” from Aladdin. The climbs are crazy! Derek says the opening and opening was “unusual!” Carrie Ann says she was “really fired” by Iman. Len tells Iman that this is his “best” dance in his opinion. Iman and Daniella’s notes: Carrie Ann = 9; Len = 7; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 8. Total number = 33 out of 40.
Melora Hardin and Artem Chigvintsev dance the fun jazz routine for “Moms Know the Best” from Confusion. Available, then Melora’s words! Carrie Ann describes how Melora was a “watcher”, but thought she was a “hair safe”. Len disagrees. “She was smart, she had a charm, she was very fun,” said Len. Derek tells Melora that it was “a wonderful hospital.” Melora and Artem’s Notes: Carrie Ann = 9; Len = 10; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 9. Total number = 37 out of 40. That’s the first 10 of the season, since Len at least!
Miz and Witney Carson tackling the Argentine tango to “Be Ready” from the 2019 genre Lion King. “Men are on fire tonight,” admitted Carrie Ann. Len says “he wasn’t ready for this.” The game was so good! Derek and Bruno describe a number of stumbling blocks, but they are often the sort of one that happens all the time. The effects of Miz and Witney: Carrie Ann = 9; Len = 8; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 8. Total number = 34 out of 40.
Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess dance paso doble to say “He’s a Pirate” from Caribbean Pirates: The Curse of the Black Pearl. Len tells Brian that he likes the “cruelty” he showed, but he wants Brian to raise his profile when he does well. Derek says Brian and Sharna are always “fun to watch.” Bruno wants to see “fire extensions” from Brian. Brian and Sharna’s Notes: Carrie Ann = 7; Len = 6; Derek = 7; and Bruno = 7. Total number = 27 of 40.
Matt James and Lindsay Arnold bring heat and home Jungle Bookinspired by paso doble to “Jungle” by X Ambassadors & Jamie N Commons. Derek thinks Matt did a “good job” but tells him not to pass the slightest crossing the ball. Bruno admired Matt’s “strength” and “strength, curiosity, and resilience.” Now is the time for Matt to clean up. Len thinks that Matt can give him “more.” Matt and Lindsay’s notes: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 7; Derek = 8; and Bruno = 8. Total number = 31 out of 40.
Olivia Jade and Val Chmerkovskiy do a fun habit of jazz to “Remember Me (Ernesto de la Cruz)” from Coco. Bruno loves that Olivia “admired the film.” He added that Olivia “could do it too.” Carrie Ann was also “fascinated by theater.” However, they found it to be a little safer. Len, he no longer agrees with Carrie Ann. “This was very exciting,” Len says. Derek calls Olivia a “naturally born actress.” Olivia and Val’s Notes: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 9; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 9. Total number = 35 out of 40.
Suni Lee and Sasha Farber the evil Viennese waltz dance inspired by Consider Pocus to “I point you to” author Annie Lennox. Carrie Ann is happy because Suni’s performance in the end is similar to her skills. Len admits that Suni is “very good” and wants to see more! Sun and Sasha’s Notes: Carrie Ann = 9; Len = 8; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 9. Total number = 35 out of 40.
The last night’s work comes out Amanda Kloots and Alan Burst. They dance the car with a doble paso to “Call Me Cruella” from Cruella. Len calls the play “an interesting interpretation.” Derek is making a few choices this week but says it was “the most amazing thing in the world.” Bruno said there was “a little wrong or it would have been better.” Carrie Ann describes Amanda’s actions as “powerful and talented.” Results for Amanda and Alan: Carrie Ann = 9; Len = 9; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 9. Total number = 36 out of 40.
The Most Dangerous Solution
Now is the time to get rid of the gut. The first five families dancing this week are Cody and Cheryl, Melora and Artem, Iman and Daniella, The Miz and Witney, and Sunni and Sasha. The next 4 families that are safe are Jimmie and Emma, Amanda and Alan, Jojo and Jenna, and Olivia and Val. The last couple to be safe is Melanie C and Gleb.
Under 3 are Matt and Lindsay, Brian and Sharna, and Kenya and Brandon. First marriage divorce… Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess. Judges have to decide between Matt and Lindsay, as well as Kenya and Brandon. Bruno decides to save Matt and Lindsay. Derek takes Kenya and Brandon. Carrie Ann saves Matt and Lindsay. Now it’s built. Len has to make the final decision. Saves Kenya and Brandon! This means Matt James and Lindsay Arnold removed! Kenya falls to the ground and starts crying that she will start dancing another week!