STEP OFF: Teams Salute Veterans via Trio Routines on DANCING WITH THE STARS
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Gilles Marini & Peta Murgatroyd: 29.5/30 + 29/30 + 33.5/40 = 92/100
Individual Dance: Quickstep
Len: "You came out with energy, speed and with control. That was a quickstep!"
Trio Dance with Chelsie Hightower: Salsa
Bruno: "Gilles, Menage au Trois comes natural to you. Your intent in taking care of the ladies was so strong, you lost timing a couple of times."
Apolo Anton Ohno & Karina Smirnoff: 29.5/30 + 29/30 + 33/40 = 91.5/100
Individual Dance: Tango
Carrie Ann: "Fantastic! I mean, wow!"
Trio Dance with Sasha Farber: Jive
Carrie Ann: "That was your most vibrant performance."
Kirstie Alley & Maksim Chmerkovskiy: 27/30 + 24/30 + 28/40 = 79/100
Individual Dance: Viennese waltz
Len: "Hallelujah! Your best dance ever. Well done!"
Trio Dance with Tristan MacManus: Paso doble
Len: "It had aggression, but it lacked finesse."
So TV personality and formerly injured Melissa Rycroft is cementing her tap-shoes into the very highest spot on the board - and Alley's cement feet have sunk her to the bottom. With a double-elimination tomorrow, and the reckless abandon many DANCING voters show, it's anyone's guess as to who will be forced to bid their fame adieu. Could be Alley at the bottom, could be middle-man Emmitt Smith comfortably stomping around on one foot like a linebacker. There's no sure-fire way to tell with DANCING - I think after Bryan's elimination a few weeks back, we can all agree to that.
In addition to the performances and hopes of a just elimination tomorrow, DANCING WITH THE STARS host Brooke Burke-Charvet announced last week via YouTube that she had been diagnosed with thyroid cancer. We wish her the best of luck and a quick, full recovery. We have no doubts Burke-Charvet will make it through her personal and physical battle unscathed, and be back to wrangle in the celeb-wildebeests on the next season of DANCING WITH THE STARS.
DANCING WITH THE STARS returns tomorrow night - with a performance from the cast of NEWSIES - be sure to check back on BroadwayWorld to find out who was sent home.