Dancing With The Stars Scores Week 4

Disney Nights – Dancing With the Stars Scores Week 4

With Disney Nights and a new host in town, DWTS stayed true to its home team pride Tuesday night with a night of theme-inspired routines. This week’s episode featured a mix of theme songs from classic movies, such as The Muppets and The Simpsons, along with iconic Disney tunes like “Breakaway” and “Sunrise.”

First up was Jessie James Decker and Alan Bersten, who took their Disney Night dance to an unlearned Jive set to “One Way or Another” from Hocus Pocus 2. They showed quite a bit of personality in this number, as Carrie Ann said they “slayed it” and Len praised them for being “in a great rhythm together,” while Derek called the routine “perfect.”

Gabby Windey and Val Chmerkovskiy followed, dancing their hearts out to their Tango to “Good Girls Go Bad” from Cobra Starship ft. Leighton Meester. They got the first perfect score of the season, and it’s safe to say that they won the judges over with their performance.

Wayne Brady and Witney Carson also impressed the judges with their samba, earning them a 40. But the show’s first Disney Night was still a challenge for many of the remaining couples.

Despite having their dance marathon canceled, Heidi D’Amelio and Joseph Baena both ended up in the bottom two after factoring in all the judges’ scores, audience votes and marathon rankings. They both had high scores from the judges and a lot of fan support, but it wasn’t enough to save them.

Selma Blair and Sasha Farber were up next, performing a Quickstep to “The Muppet Show Theme” from The Muppets Show. They received an 8 from each judge and scored a total of 32 out of 40, which is solidly in the middle of the leaderboard.

Charli D’Amelio and Mark Ballas weren’t far behind, and they too earned a 40 for their Paso Doble to “Wait for It” from Hamilton. They were also one of the last couples to be saved, with the judges citing the fact that they were “in the moment” and showing their “passion” on the dance floor.

Meanwhile, the Miz is getting his act together, as evidenced by his performance to “Good Times” from The Beatles. He emoted more through his facial expressions and delivered a smooth, elegant routine that won him an 8 from Carrie Ann.

He even made his pretaped package look good, too! He’s a real improvement from the middling he showed Monday.

The Miz is definitely changing the perception of who he really is. He’s a real talent, and he deserves to be on this show for the rest of the season!

This week’s Dancing with the Stars is sure to be a challenge for many of the remaining couples. They’ll need to impress the judges and the audience if they want to stay in the competition.

This week’s episode was a tough one for some of the stars, as they had to learn multiple dances and were paired with new pros. But if they can keep on keeping on, they’ll be in the running for the mirrorball trophy.

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