The new representation takes over the board on the first night of Disney Disk’s 30th season of ‘DWTS.’ In addition, four different couples get at least 9 in the Oct. 11!
Disney Week is here for the 30th season of Dancing With the Stars! On October 11th, the rival champions of the rivalry on the Disney franchise, as they dance their first two-day race night this week. Derek Hough has returned to the bench of his judges after missing last week due to exposure to COVID-19, which means there are four judges to entertain as well.
In addition to recording their dances as they are this week, the benefits should include special tracks from Mickey Mouse in their practice. The team that adds to Mickey’s excellent performance received two extras from the judges at the end of the night. Meanwhile, Disney’s weekly race continues with the villains on the night of October 12th.
First on Oct. 11 and JoJo Siwa and a friend, Jenna Johnson. They dance to the beautiful Viennese Waltz with “Dreams and Desire Your Heart to Make” from Cinderella. Len Goodman he calls this habit “a beautiful dance” and praises JoJo for his “smooth running,” right Carrie Ann Inaba complains that JoJo is able to “talk down” and let Jenna “shine.” JoJo and Jenna’s Notes: Carrie Ann Inaba = 9; Len Goodman = eight; Derek Hough = 9; Bruno Tonioli = 9; ALL entries = 35. This is the first 9s of the season, too!
Melanie C.’s dancing with Gleb Savchenko inspired by Mary Poppins. They do very powerful Jazz. Derek admits that some changes were not necessary, but says that the dancing was great. Meanwhile, Bruno and Carrie Ann have said that the dance has not been briefly mentioned, but thanks to the complexity of choreography. Results for Melanie C. and Gleb: Carrie Ann = 7; Len = 8; Derek = 8; Bruno = 8; ALL entries = 31.
One, Bachelor’s Matt James dancing zealously with his companion Lindsay Arnold. Their habit is reinforced by “The Incredits” from Fun. Bruno thanks Matt for his guidance, and Carrie Ann and Len agree that the real star should still work on his skills. However, overall, the judges are pleased with Matt’s performance and power. Mat is Lindsay’s more: Carrie Ann = 6; Len = 6; Derek = 7; Bruno = 7; ALL entries = 26.
Jimmie Allen and the next. Wake Kameme TVgreat dance with Emma Slater and Paso Doble’s “I’ll Make Someone From You.” He dedicates himself to the dance of his late father, who died in 2019. The judges are outraged by the way Mickey Mouse’s movements are incorporated into the tradition. Carrie Ann describes the band as “sweet” and “loving.” Jimmie and Emma’s Notes: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 7; Derek = 8; Bruno = 7; ALL entries = 30.
The next is Amanda Kloots and Alan Burst, who finished last week at the top of the board. He does Rumba saying “You Will Be In My Heart” from Tarzan. Len described the band as “great,” and said it was “very beautiful.” As usual, the judges were intimidated by Amanda’s movement at the dance floor, even though she had a brief moment without contact with Alan during Mickey portio’s time. Results for Amanda and Alan: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 8; Derek = 8; Bruno = 8; ALL Records = .32.
Olivia Jade does Samba “I Can’t Expect to Be a King” from Lion King with a friend Val Chmerkovskiy. The judges praise Val for putting Samba’s stuff in their case, and for Olivia’s performance. “You do a lot of things. There are so many types to choose from, ”says Bruno. Olivia and Val’s Notes: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 9; Derek = 9; Bruno = 9; ALL entries = 35.
The next task is coming out Miz and Witney Carson. They quickly dance to the “Friend Like Me” from Aladdin, Mike dressed in blue like Genie. The judges have been very impressed with Mickey Mouse’s troubled role, and have thanked The Miz for providing “all he has” each week. The effects of Miz and Witney: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 7; Derek = 8; Bruno = 8; ALL entries = 31.
Enter Moore he is close to his friend Brandon Armstrong. They dance to the Contemporary number “I’m Going Away” from Moana, PA. Arriving at the end of the last two weeks and having to be rescued by the judges, Kenya dropped everything on the court. Carrie Ann calls on the crisis in Kenya, but says she is “very proud” of Kenya’s strong return this week. Derek says the practice was “embarrassing” at first, but he worries Kenya to open up and come home. Kenya and Brandon Results: Carrie Ann = 7; Len = 7; Derek = 8; Bruno = 7; ALL entries = 29.
One, Brian Austin Green it’s his real friend, Sharna Burgess, dancing Waltz to “One Day My Prince Will Come” from Snow White. As always, their functionality is as high as they do love number in the dance floor. Len is unhappy with Waltz ‘lack of writing, and the judges agree that Brian still has some things to do. Meanwhile, Sharna is calling Brian and Sharna to raise them on their stuff. Brian and Sharna’s Notes: Carrie Ann = 6; Len = 6; Derek = 7; Bruno = 6; ALL entries = 25.
Exercise Suni Lee next with Salsa to “Colombia, Mi Encanto” from the new film, “Encanto,” which she dances with her partner Sasha Farber. “It was so good. So much fun. Well done!” Derek is furious, as he praises Suni for opening more information each week. Bruno is also showing the magnitude of Mickey Mouse’s challenges as well as this dance. Sun and Sasha’s Notes: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 8; Derek = 9; Bruno = 8; ALL entries = 33.
The next task is coming out Melora Hardin and Artem Chigvintsev. Their quick walk is to say “I Want To Be Like You” from Jungle Book. “He’s a lot faster than I saw here this season,” Bruno runs, while calling Artem on the regular basis. “You always bring something unexpectedly to every dance floor and that’s what makes you special,” Carrie Ann adds. Melora and Artem’s Notes: Carrie Ann = 9; Len = 9; Derek = 9; Bruno = 9; TOTAL = =, is the highest segment of the night!
Cody Rigsby and Cheryl Burke they return to the playroom after them events with COVID this week. Performs Jive to “Standout” from Fun Video. Carrie Ann encourages Cody to work on the “final project [his] moves ”in the future, and Len is not happy about Jive’s lack on the road. “I was a little disappointed,” he admits. “A Jive should be on your way.” Cody and Cheryl notes: Carrie Ann = 7; Len = 6; Derek = 7; Bruno = 7; ALL entries = 27.
The last dance of the night is coming out Iman Shumpert and Daniella Karagach. Their foxtrot is “Let It Go” from Fifth. “You’ve brought the most beautiful Foxtrot,” Len asks. “It’s great to see a very big man trying to show love and walk.” Dancing is not enough, but the judges praise Iman’s change, especially in his design. Iman and Daniella’s notes: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 6; Derek = 8; Bruno = 8; ALL entries = 30.
At the end of the night, Melora and Artem are at the top of the board with 36, followed by JoJo / Jenna and Olivia / Val, who all scored 35. Below them are Brian and Sharna who are 25. However, there are two additional points that could be given to a team that did well on Mickey Mouse’s challenges – and goes to Jimmie and Emma! This brings Jimmie and Emma’s rewards from 30 to 32, placing them in the snow. There are no exceptions, such as Tyra Banks has announced that no one will be evicted, and all families have returned to the Disney Villains dance floor on the night of October 12!