After a tough game last week, Olivia Jade & Val Chmerkovskiy told HL that they are making their game with a spice called ‘death’ these days!
Olivia Jade Giannulli and Val Chmerkovskiy we have come to be at the top of the boardboard on Dancing With the Stars. After receiving 8s straight from the judges at Britney Week and entering the competition JoJo Siwa and Amanda Kloots on top of the lead board, Olivia Jade takes part in the promotions and promotions in Disney videos this week which will hopefully move her closer to the Mirror Ball Cup. “We’ve got something called ‘Death Drop’ which we’re making this week,” Olivia interrupted her EXCLUSIVE interview HollywoodLife. “As you can see by the title, it’s a little difficult! It’s really fun … honestly, any tricks scare me because I don’t dance, and I’ve never had a experience like this in my life. But, the ‘dead drop’ works, so we’ll see!”
The media producer has admitted that he did He “pressed himself hard” on his own to “be well every week,” and I feel especially this week after finding out more. “It was fun. I was so excited and really excited and excited to see the miracles because we tried so hard to dance. It is very rewarding to realize this, ”said Olivia. “But, it’s a new week. I think that after the game comes out and Monday night is about to end, you should go ahead and discuss these new dances. ”
This week, Olivia is DWTS Participants have none but two dances to learn on the night of the Disney Week with the Villains, which will take place on Monday and Tuesday. “I love Tuesday. They are fun and stressful, I feel like, so I think they will feel the same way, ”Val said in two weeks. “I’m happy on Monday but on Tuesday I believe he’s the one who will be the happiest on the good week.” The two are preparing to enter Lion King of Heroes Night Monday and dance samba.
“I think what was amazing about Olivia’s final game was a process that the judges had never done before and this week will be the same,” Val continued. “It will be the same this week. This is a dance that challenges him, but I think I like it. ”
Olivia added that she would be “a little more independent” in these dances, as well as “unstructured” from Val, where she stays “very comfortable”. “Over the past two weeks we have had a lot of work, and this is free, so that’s something I’m looking forward to,” he admitted, adding, “I want to show my depth and I think that’s the main reason I wanted to do the show except that I love to dance.”
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