Two Perfect Scores and Surprising Emotions on DWTS’ Horror Night


Two Perfect Scores and Surprising Emotions on DWTS’ Horror Night

During the Monday, October 25 episode of ‘DWTS,’ the stars performed routines inspired by horror films and television shows – read more

During horror week, anything goes, especially when it comes to Dancing With the Stars. The ensemble performed various dance routines inspired by horror movies and TV shows on the Monday, October 25 broadcast.

For their eerie jazz routine inspired by It, JoJo Siwa and Jenna Johnson received yet another flawless score. JoJo dressed up like her pro partner throughout rehearsals, but for the big night, she morphed into Pennywise, something she was not used to.

After the dance, the Nickelodeon star stated, “I don’t like to be harsh, I don’t like to be intimidating.” “On a night like this, though, I get to be terrifying.” Surprisingly, I’m feeling very much like myself right now!” Cody Rigsby and Cheryl Burke danced to Kim Petras’ “There Will Be Blood” in a cha cha inspired by American Psycho. Cody confessed ahead of their dance that he really wanted to go all out this week because his scores had been so low, and they accomplished just that.

Carrie Ann Inaba said the couple finally had the “connection” she’d been looking for after completing the routine.

“I’ve been waiting for you to come out here and show us your true potential, and tonight you have,” Len Goodman continued.

Derek Hough said it was the Peleton star’s “best dance” thus far, and he could see he “put in the work” beforehand.

Despite the fact that it was horror night, Emma Slater and Jimmie Allen displayed an emotional side with a modern rendition of Daniel Jang’s “Say Something,” which was inspired by the film A Quiet Place and is about what one would suffer for their family. It hit close to home for Jimmie, who had recently received his second child, and he sobbed at the end.

“You’ve just grasped the significance of dance. Before awarding them their first ten of the season, Carrie Ann informed them, “Dance has the potential to move us, inspire us, and make us better humans.”

After finishing in the bottom two last week, Olivia Jade Giannulli and Val Chmerkovskiy were feeling the strain, which they were naturally perplexed about. “Perhaps people just don’t like me,” she stated on her Monday night package.

Derek let her go after her paso doble… Brinkwire report


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