For Latin Night, Dancing with the Stars turned up the heat. The professionals opened Tuesday night's broadcast with a scorching dance before co-hosts Julianne Hough and Alfonso Ribeiro took the stage to welcome the stars and their partners.
Pro dancer’s revealed!
Artem Chigvintsev, who the professional dancer disclosed earlier on Tuesday, was unable to dance tonight owing to a positive COVID diagnostic, Julianne and Alfonso stated while presenting him and Bachelorette star Charity Lawson. Ezra Sosa would be competing with Charity in his place.
Lele Pons and Brandon Armstrong!
Score - 21/30
Brandon was brought to Miami by Lele, a Venezuelan, this week to "show what a party is like with her family and friends." They were inspired by the setting as they practised their Samba to Daddy Yankee's "Gasolina" song. Lele mentioned that the song was one of her favourites and that she frequently danced to it on social media.
Tyson Beckford and Jenna Johnson!
Score – 18/30
After being in the bottom three last week, Tyson said it "felt good to be saved by America," but he also acknowledged how "that hurt" and he knew he could perform better. The supermodel was likewise keen to succeed this week, particularly given that he was descended from "latin blood" and that his "grandfather worked on the Panama Canal." He stated unequivocally that his goal was to "represent my Latin roots."
Barry Williams and Peta Murgatroyd!
Score – 15/30
Barry thought the dance last week was "so liberating," but he voiced concern that the routine this week would be "more challenging." Barry pledged to succeed anyway for Bruno to refer to him as "down and dirty Barry." Barry's most recent birthday, on September 30, served as further motivation. He claimed that receiving excellent marks would be the ideal "belated birthday present."
Adrian Peterson and Britt Stewart!
Score – 15/30
Adrian said in his introduction that he "felt amazing" last week when he entered the ballroom. The NFL star welcomed his baby daughter to Britt this past week. Britt believed he could capture the joyful moment in his Samba. Even though the two danced to "Taki Taki" joyfully and energetically, the judges still had criticism for them later.
Mira Sorvino and Gleb Savchenko!
Score – 18/30
The actress claimed that she "almost cried" last week when the judges praised her dancing prowess since she "always wanted to be a dancer." This week, Mira concentrated on salsa and performed in honour of a friend who had taught her the dance years before. The two visited a beach to get ideas and perfect the routine's "playful" vibe.
Xochitl Gomez and Val Chmerkovskiy!
Score – 24/30
This week, the Marvel actress was focused on raising her grades and was eager to dance to Camila Cabello's "Don't Go Yet." Xochitl said it would be difficult for her since she has a phobia of heights when Val said they probably would have to include lifts in their practice.
I'm terrified solely because I don't want to show my fear, she told the cameras. Nevertheless, the actress didn't let it stop her from enabling Val to carry her to higher heights and finish the dance.
Ariana Madix and Pasha Pashkov!
Score – 20/30
After praising last week's dance for "closing the book on the drama of my life," Ariana concentrated on this week's Samba. The Vanderpump Rules actress declared, "I really want to get an 8 this week," adding that she was determined to take more chances in their routine.
Mauricio Umansky and Emma Slater!
Score – 12/30
Mauricio stated at the start of his introduction that he was "very disappointed" to have been in the bottom three the previous week and promised to work on his abilities. The real estate agent stated, underlining his desire to succeed, "With everything I'm going through at home," "The pressure's on right now, I need to step it up or I'll go home." He recently disclosed that he and his wife Kyle Richards are "quietly and internally" resolving their marital troubles.
Because he "grew up in Mexico City," Mauricio said, he was optimistic about his performance this week and believed Latin Night was the "perfect night for our comeback." Emma claimed that the pair were concentrating on a "more traditional, authentic Salsa" while they practised their comeback, although Mauricio still made a few mistakes while dancing.
Alyson Hannigan and Sasha Farber!
Score – 19/30
The American Pie actress admitted that she was upset with last week's outcomes and decided to concentrate her efforts on the tango performance. However, the routine proved to be difficult during rehearsals as she found it difficult to be sensual and passionate. The toughest thing, she said, was controlling her inner goofball.
Charity Lawson and Ezra Sosa!
Score – 21/30
Last week, Charity finished first on the scoreboard with a 22/30, and she and Artem congratulated each other during rehearsal. Before Artem's COVID test result was positive, they danced the cha-cha together. Since Charity's test results were negative, she was permitted to continue dancing, and Ezra entered the scene to make his professional series debut.
Harry Jowsey and Rylee Arnold!
Score – 15/30
After receiving poor marks the previous week, Harry was motivated to perform better. He said, "I was so disappointed in myself, I need to work harder," adding that he also wanted to succeed for Rylee in her season debut. The Too Hot To Handle actor told the cameras, "It's all or nothing because if I don't do it, I'm going home."
Jamie Lynn Spears and Alan Bersten!
Score – 16/30
Last week, the Zoey 101 actress admitted that her grades were "average" and added categorically, "I don't like average." Then she said, "I want to do better." This week's Cha Cha required Jamie Lynn to be seductive. She said, "I think I'm gonna make myself be out of comfort zone this week," saying that she doesn't think being a "softball mom" is sexy at the moment.
Jason Mraz and Daniella Karagach!
Score – 24/30
"Last week felt like being shot out of a cannon," Jason remarked, adding that he was "elated" with the outcomes. This week's Rumba, Daniella acknowledged, leaves "a lot of room for error." Jason was troubled by how many mistakes he would likely make after taking her advice to heart. "Week one, we set a high bar, and now we set this expectation that I'm great and I don't know if I am," the singer said.
- Alyson and Sasha, Lele and Brandon, Tyson and Jenna, Charity and Ezra, and Harry and Rylee were the first five couples to get safe spaces, according to Alfonso.
- The following five secure couples, who were Ariana and Pasha, Mira and Gleb, Xochitl and Val, Jason and Daniella, and Barry and Peta, were then presented by Julianne.
- Mauricio and Emma, Jamie Lynn and Alan, Adrian and Britt were the only teams still in contention, however, Alfonso pointed out that they weren't necessarily the bottom three.
- The next secure area was then taken by Mauricio and Emma.
- The bottom two teams, Adrian and Britt and Jamie Lynn and Alan, were then identified.
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Jamie Lynn and Alan are receiving the lowest points and being sent home. Jamie Lynn cited "meeting everyone and doing something I never thought I'd do in my entire life" as the best aspect of participating in DWTS.
Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, Dancing with the Stars is shown on ABC and Disney+.
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