Dancing With The Stars Season 20 returns for another exciting performances from the remaining couples! Tonight, it’s America’s Choice & Trios week!
The show brings back the elimination results show on Tuesday for the remaining episodes of the season! This week it’s a double elimination. Travis Wall’s Shaping Sound feat Maddie Ziegler, Josh Groban and Carly Rae Jepsen perform.
The six remaining couples will dance to a song and dance style voted on by viewers for “America’s Choice” night on Monday night, April 4. Each couple will perform two full routines including an individual original dance and a trio dance. For the trio dance, couples had the opportunity to pick an eliminated pro or troupe member to enhance their performance and highlight the strengths of each star.
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Round One: America’s Choice
Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess – Tango – 31/40
Bruno calls him “The White Valiant Knight” and was impressed with his ability to hold the frame. Carrie Ann thought it was innovative but described it as “blocky”.
Chris Soules and Witney Carson – Contemporary – 34/40
Bruno gives him some advice for future Contemporary dances, but overall says it was well done. Carrie Ann calls it his best by far, and Len agrees – “well done.”
Riker Lynch and Allison Holker – Viennese Waltz – 39/40
Bruno calls him a “raging torrent of emotions” but compliments Carrie Ann declares him semi-final worthy. Len calls it big, bold, and full-on while still maintaining clarity of movement, but he criticizes it for losing some of the Viennese Waltz. Julianne compliments him for being super controlled and calls it his best dance. ”
Robert Herjavec & Kym Johnson – Contemporary – 33/40
Carrie Ann thought the kiss put a special sparkle in his eye, and Len tells them they didn’t even need the wind machine – “You’ve got a big fan in me.” Julianne agrees with Carrie Ann and thinks he upped his game this week. Bruno compares it to a deodorant commercial.
Nastia Liukin & Sasha Farber (Filling in for Derek Hough) – Paso Doble – 36/40
Len loved the passion and the drama of it. Julianne thought it was out of sync in a couple of spots, but still really fun to watch. Bruno agrees that it was an amazing performance. Carrie Ann commends Nastia for going beyond the boundaries.
Rumer Willis & Valentin Chmerkovskiy – Rumba – 40/40
Julianne says they’re back on track. Bruno calls it a pitch perfect high-class Rumba and Carrie Ann describes it as sheer perfection. Len is pleased that it was a simple, beautiful, fantastic routine.
Round Two: The Trios
Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess with Emma Slater – Salsa – 30/40 (64 total)
Chris Soules, Witney Carson and Lindsay Arnold – Paso Doble – 30/40 (64 total)
Riker Lynch, Allison Holker and Brittany Cherry – Jazz – 39/40 (78 total)
Robert Herjavec, Kym Johnson and Jenna Johnson – Samba – 29/40 (62 total)
Nastia Liukin, Derek Hough and Sasha Farber – Jive – 40/40 (76 total)
Rumer Willis, Valentin Chmerkovskiy and Artem Chigvintsev – Paso Doble – 40/40 (80 Total)