Former champions and competitors return to Dancing with the Stars & # 39; for & # 39; Trio Week & # 39;



LOS ANGELES –

For week four of "Dancing with the Stars" the 10 remaining celebrities passed by with a little help from their friends, because the couples each added an extra dancer to their original pair and became a trio.

We saw several familiar faces returning to the ballroom, including previous DWTS champions Rashad Jennings and Melissa Rycroft, plus Joey Fatone, Nastia Liuken and Amy Purdy, just to name a few.

We saw a wide range of dances including Tango, Cha-Cha, Paso Doble, Salsa, Argentine Tango and Charleston. Here is an overview of the scores of the night, from highest to lowest:

Milo Manheim – 29 out of 30
Milo is motivated. With his score of 27 last week, he thirsted for a perfect score. DWTS has season 20 Riker Lynch recruited for a Salsa trio with Milo and Witney. Riker said that the salsa was one of his favorite dances. Not so much for Milo. But it seemed that Riker inspired Milo and he pushed through to two tens. They came from Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli, who praised both the teamwork of the trio and the attention to detail. Len Goodman awarded them a 9 and found that the routine was fast, clean and in control.

Mary Lou Retton – 26 out of 30
It is gymnast times two with Nastia Liuken of season 20 who join Mary Lou and Sasha for Charleston. The two tumblers have known each other for many years. Mary Lou even said that Nastia is like a daughter to her. The routine is very fast and in the beginning Retton had a hard time. After a mini-breakdown in the rehearsal, she got it together and they rocked the ballroom performance. Len thought the dance was spicy and left him a happy chappy & # 39; behind. Bruno praised Sasha because she presented both women perfectly. And Carrie Ann told Mary Lou, while she was great last week, this week she was even better.

Tinashe – 26 out of 30
Tinashe and Brandon faced the week full of determination because they did not want to be in danger again. Their trio partner is season 18, Amy Purdy, who said she was honored to be back in the ballroom, but also very nervous. It did not show. Brandon choreographed a unique Tango that emphasized all their skills. All judges applauded for his creativity, as well as the performance of Tinashe.

Alexis Ren- 25 out of 30
Another young actress, dancer, model, social media star joined Alexis and Alan for an electronic dance-inspired tango: Maddie Ziegler, who has performed many times with singer Sia. The young women giggled their way through the rehearsal with "annoying big brother" Alan. They had a good time to change Alan's habit to & # 39; one more time & # 39; to say, to excite because it was never once again. Len thought there was a good mix of tango content, and Bruno called the dance elegant and refined. Carrie Ann agreed that it was strong, but said that she sometimes had the feeling that she was looking at three soloists instead of a coherent unit.

Juan Pablo Di Pace – 24 out of 30
The winner of the all-star season of the DWTS, Melissa Rycroft, joined Juan Pablo and Cheryl for a Cha-Cha. Because the couple earned a perfect score and a standing ovation from Len last week, they knew they had to bring it. Melissa offers her best advice to J.P. about the show: always listen to your pro. Len said the dance was great and told J.P that his underside was the tops. It is not surprising that Bruno has broadcast that movement and thought that Di Pace treated his two partners with ease and control.

Evanna Lynch – 24 out of 30
Evanna & # 39; s trio partner is a good friend of Hogwarts. Actress Scarlett Byrne, who played Pansy Parkinson in the "Harry Potter" series, participated in a small Salsa action. Keo hoped that the friendship of the woman would translate to girl power (and a little sass) on the dance floor. Len found the routine a nice amount of content and was very polished. Bruno told Evanna that she goes in the right direction every week and is brighter and more lively with every dance. Carrie Ann agreed that Evanna expands every week.

DeMarcus Ware- 22 out of 30
We have not seen Marcus this far in the standings this season. He started the practice week on the list of wounded. And talk about a freak accident. When his trio partner, fellow NFL great and season 24 champion Rashad Jennings DeMarcus came to greet them, they bumped the chest that dislocated True's finger. He had to make a trip to the emergency room, where the doctor had his finger back in place and almost as new. The incident had claimed a bit of a toll from the group, and while Lindsay & # 39; s Paso Doble was fun, the jurors did not quite agree as it should be.

John Schneider – 21 out of 30

John enjoyed his moped of a week with number 4 in second place Joey Fatone. Emma's Greek God theme really set the men to work, but they accepted the challenge. Carrie Ann thought that the choreography brought a new side that John did not see in the ballroom. Len was glad that they went into the dance and thought that the dance had passion and attack.

Bobby Bones- 20 out of 30
Bobby, Sharna and guest Lindsey Stirling, runner-up of season 25, reported a Cha-Cha with a classic MC Hammer song, "U Can not Touch This." Apparently Bobby and Lindsey are friends, and she is the first person he called when he was approached to do DWTS. The intention was clearly to have fun, and they certainly did. As Len said, they have nailed the "Hammer" party, but the Cha-Cha not so much. Bruno said they were fooling the Cha-Cha, but the dance was very entertaining.

Joe Amabile – 15 out of 30
"Grocery Store Joe" brought a friend from the "Bachelor Nation" to join him for the Salsa: model Jordan Kimball. Jenna had two long good looking drinks of water as bookends. The only problem was that they could not dance. She worked as hard as she could in her divorce Daisy Dukes; they were in overall. At the end of the dance they dropped themselves in a bucket of water ala "Flashdance". Bruno said he was not sure if he was watching "Magic Mike" or "Tragic Mike". Both Carrie Ann and Len praised Jenna for what she could do with two non-dancers.

The two couples who are in danger: Evanna and Keo and Tinashe and Brandon. And in what must be one of the most shocking eliminations. Tinashe and Brandon were sent home.

Next week: Disney night!


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