Dancing with the a Stars aired LIVE (April 13th) tonight on ABC.
The theme of the night was all things Disney! The stars and their partners hit the ballroom floor to dance to some of their favorite Disney classics. Who doesn’t love a good Frozen number or sing a long to the Little Mermaid? Count us in!
Up first! Suzanne Somers and Tony Dovolani did a Jazz number to The Lady and the Tramp. Despite being in jeopardy tonight the pair gave their all. Ending the night with a total of 28 out of 40.
Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson took on Mary Poppins as their pick of the night! Doing a Quickstep with the classic Mary Poppins umbrella in hand. The couple was able to pull together a total score of 24 out of 40.
Patti Labelle and Artem Chmerkovskiy Waltzed to Pinocchio. Channelling her inner God Mother, Patti gave pleasing dance. Judges agreed that despite having a bad knee her attitude was definitely positive 27 out of 40.
On to one of my favorite dances of the night, Willow Shields and Mark Ballas! The duo put on a theatrical peformance of Alice in Wonderland. They foxtroted their way through the rabbit hole (full rabbit costume from Mark btw) and gave a dance to remember! With all of the praise from the judges receiving a total score of 34 out of 40.
Chris Soules and Witney Carson took on Hercules tonight! Toga outfit and all Chris gave his best performance after having a injury prior to the show. They quick stepped their way to a total score of 27 out of 40.
Can’t lie this dance kind of brought me to tears. Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess took on “A Whole New World” from Aladdin. Magic carpet and all they were able to transport you into their fantasy. A beautifully done foxtrot, they ended the night with a 27 out of 40.
Riker Lynch and Allison Holker Paso Dolbe to Pirates of the Carribean. Riker became Captain Jack Sparrow for the night and loved every minute of it, and so did we! Determined to get back to the top of the leader board every part of the dance was well done. Carrie Ann deemed this “one of the best ever”. Ending the night with a 38 out of 40.
Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy took on the nontraditional role tonight and became villains. Becoming the evil Ursula from the Little Mermaid doing a captiving Samba. Rumer is definitely a tough competitor in the competition and the judges agree. Recieving the highest scores of the night 39 out of 40.
And lastly, also one of my other favorites of the night was Naistia Lukin and Derek Hough. One word Frozen. Derek and Naistia became Ana and Hans and did a Jazz number to “Love is an Open Door” lip syncing and even some moves from the actual movie were all put together for an AMAZING dance. Considered something that could be done on Broadway (SOMEONE MAKE THIS HAPPEN!). This gave them a 38 out of 40 for the night!
The ballroom had to say goodbye to Suzanne Somer and Tony Dovolani.