Dancing with the stars& # 39; Trio Night is definitely a fun!
While the remaining participants take part in week four of the dance competition on Monday, they get an extra star to participate in this week's dance. Many of the guest dance partners are old this season DWTS participants, while others are friends and colleagues of the celebrities who compete for the Mirrorball trophy of the season 27.
ET blogs live about all the action in the ballroom – including which dance duo goes home at the end of the evening – so make sure you follow us here if we break it all off!
DeMarcus, Rashad and Lindsay Burn Down the Dance Floor
DeMarcus would never let a broken finger down!
DeMarcus and Rashad drew their hypermanical directions for a paso doble set to "Fire" by Barns Courtney, and Bruno described the dance best as a "clash of the titans."
With their massive and impressive physique, the two show off their dance with raw power – perfectly fitting to Lindsay – who poetically reconstructed the gladiatorial battles on the grid of iron.
One of the most impressive aspects of the entire dance came from Lindsay's effortless mastery of dance, but the judges beat the routine for the lack of precision and grace.
For the bombastic performance the trio earned 22 out of 30 – which is one of the lowest scores of the pair of the season, but still head and tails over other scores that we have seen tonight and will see.
The moral of the story is: no chest
The broken finger of DeMarcus played a central role in the pre-taped package and it is impossible to imagine how random and erratic the injury was.
His trio partner Rashad Jennings came to him to give him a lump on his chest and somehow managed to kick his hand so hard that he broke DeMarcus's finger. Good God! That x-ray was something that we did not have to see.
Evanna Holds the & # 39; Harry Potter & # 39; Fandom happy with Trio Partner
Evanna found it no problem to embrace her Harry Potter past, and this week she joined forces with former co-star and good friend Scarlett Byrne for her trio dance with partner Keo Motsepe.
The three dancers performed a surprisingly sexy salsa – set to "Black Magic" by Little Mix – and it was clear how much chemistry the three have in real life and on the dance floor.
In the pre-pasted package, the former co-stars clearly had the kind of band that would be clearly rewarded in their routine, and the trio did not disappoint.
Rocking silver sequined ensembles, the couple glistening on the stage and Evanna got a lot of love for her ever expanding ability to open up and become playful in her performances. However, the judges still had quite a few nitpicky reviews for the trio.
For their fun, flirtatious team-up, the dancers earned a formidable 24 out of 30. Not exactly the most magical song possible, but still impressive.
Bull Fighting Trio
Artem Chigvintsev, Gleb Savchenko and Val Chmerkovskiy returned to the stage as sexy matadors for one of the most steamy returns of a commercial we've ever seen DWTS.
It is difficult to see the stars sometimes dancing when the pros are just as good.
Joey Fatone & # 39; s Beard steals the spotlight
John and Emma were joined by the NSYNC star and his white bearded beard for their trio dance in which he and the Dukes or Hazzard actor playing Greek gods.
However, with their dark green tunic-like ensembles, they were more like the cheerful men of Robin Hood (while Emma looked absolutely like a Greek goddess, but to be honest she always looks like that).
The trio danced an Argentine tango on the powerful and ethereal "Torn" of Nathan Lanier, and they made a nice number – eventually.
The dance began roughly when Emma's Medusa-inspired hair caught her in John's vivid costume, but once the violins were trapped, the performance was truly elevated to a surprising new high.
Although there was much to be said about their dance, the mistakes still took their toll.
The group earned a 21 out of 30 and placed them at the bottom of the leaderboard – although Grocery Store Joe has not yet risen, so there is still hope for John and Emma.
Tinashe comes back strong
Last week Tinashe and Brandon earned a 27, the highest score of the season so far. They have ended up in the chopping block.
So this week it almost feels like no matter how good they dance when they do not get the votes they need, which must be pretty demoralizing.
Possibly in an attempt to increase the inspirational factor, the pair brought paralympian and former DWTS finalist Amy Purdy for their trio dance – a tango set to "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" by Rock of Ages – and the entire song hummed flawlessly.
Dressed in red suits, the routine in the courtroom was endless, energetic and the trio format seemed to work perfectly to demonstrate the dance offer of Tinashe.
As Carrie Ann said, the dance was "sexy for the right reasons" and even Len had exuberant praise for the dancers and for the choreography of Brandon.
Eventually, the pop singer, the first-time pro and their guest partner earned a score of 26 out of 30. Let's hope that this time their scores play a role in whether or not they are in danger.
Juan Pablo returns after first score
Juan Pablo and Cheryl hit the dance floor with the former DWTSAll stars Champ Melissa Rycroft for a super sexy Cha Cha – set to "Wavey" by CliQ with Alika – and he certainly brought the heat.
Although there seemed to be some tension between Juan Pablo and Cheryl during the rehearsals, there was nothing but sex on stage when they entered the stage.
The dance of the trio deserved rave reviews from the judges for the sultry routine and Juan Pablo's unmistakable skill, but also pointed to one or two technical mistakes.
Although their efforts did not give them another perfect score, they still took home a formidable 24 out of 30.
It's Trio Week, and it was not until all trio's were introduced in the bombastic (and busy) opening introductions that the night was really exciting.
In the first place, we all knew that he would be back almost immediately, although Val was punished last week.
Second, Joey Fatone's crazy Hobbit beard 10 species is amazing.
Here we go for week 4 !!
Every season we see that some stars are seriously injured and this time we start early. Former NFL star DeMarcus Ware broke his pinkie finger during rehearsals (in a freak accident with a festive chest / hug with guest-trio dance partner Rashad Jennings) and Bobby Bones reportedly broke his foot. We will see tonight what impact these setbacks have on the DWTS Attendees.
Looking back at Who Went Home
At the end of the week & # 39; Most Memorable Year & # 39; last Monday, the field had deteriorated, when it all came down to the bottom two pairs who were in danger: Nancy McKeon and partner Val Chmerkovskity as well as Tinashe and partner Brandon Armstrong.
Unfortunately, McKeon got the ax and was sent home (leaving them utterly speechless), meaning the Val vs. Jenna Johnson confrontation producers were undoubtedly looking for not likely to blossom.
Dancing with the stars broadcast Monday at 8 pm ET / PT on ABC. Watch the video below to see what happened when ET crashed Joe, Jenna and Jordan's rehearsal last week!
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