What a nightmare! On tonight’s Dancing With the Stars, did you notice Derek Hough’s neck and Carrie Ann Inaba’s forehead? Tyra Banks, who looked very bewitching in her gauzy mummy clothing, didn’t provide the biggest scare on the Halloween-themed night. This season, I believe she has finally earned her first ten! The 30th season of Dancing With the Stars has begun! A fresh cast of celebrities is contending for the prestigious Mirrorball Trophy in 2021, following an extremely odd 2020 season. Unfortunately, the foxtrot will only bring them so far in Season 30, since only one can emerge triumphant.
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What Was Round 1?
Jive – Amanda Kloots & Alan First and foremost, I’d want to request an Amanda Kloots duo-tone leotard. Second, I’m a huge fan of Freddy-Mercury-Alan. Finally, I can’t believe how split the judges were after this dance! Len slammed them right out of the gate with some harsh comments, which Derek and Carrie Ann backed up. Bruno, on the other hand, leaped enthusiastically onto the judges’ table. I’m still not sure how I feel. Amanda has great expectations, but I am confident that she will exceed them. This was not the right dance for me. Judges Scores: 8 – 8 – 8 – 9
What Was Round 2?
Olivia Jade & Val – Quick Step – Val is correct: “A lot of steps and really quick!” In this number, these two are covering a lot of ground. There wasn’t a single square inch of the floor that wasn’t covered. I did note that there was a frame issue here and there. Val appeared to be dragging in some points, but I can’t be too harsh. Olivia has been described as having “light feet” and “grace” by Carrie Ann, and this appears to be the case for this YouTuber time and time again!
Judges’ Scores: 10–8–10–10
What Was Round 3?
Daniella & Iman Shumpert – Paso Doble – These two returned with fresh confidence and excitement after executing my favourite performance of the season so far. That’s what a tweet from Lupita Nyong’o can accomplish! Here’s the thing: Iman is succeeding because he approaches the stage with unwavering dedication and unbridled bravado. Iman managed to leap so far in the air in this rockin’ pasa doble that I’m sure it might have resulted in a slam if there had been a hoop available. I think the judges were a little harsh on Iman because of his posture and postures, because I truly liked his performance.
Judges Scores: 9 – 7 – 8 – 8
What Was Round 4?
Viennese Waltz — Jimmie Allen & Emma I recently discovered that I am one degree removed from Jimmie Allen, and I can honestly say that I am overjoyed. Perhaps I had too high expectations for the greatest Queen song of all time (“Somebody to Love”), since this was not my favourite of Jimmie and Emma’s dances. The judges, on the other hand, adored it. They complimented Jimmie on his lines, although Tyra remarked that it was “head to toe.”
Judges Scores: 9 – 9 – 10 – 10
What Was Round 5?
Foxtrot – The Miz & Witney Father Miz had a lot of notes for his kid, and I have to admit, I have a lot of notes for my son as well. With the pressure in his demeanour, I felt like The Miz had reverted to old habits this week. I was too preoccupied by his tight physique to see the great footwork throughout the Queen classic that doubles as Lady Gaga’s origin narrative. The judges’ ratings were a little high in my perspective, but they really adore The Miz.
Judges Scores: 8 – 8 – 8 – 8
What Was Round 6 ?
Tango — JoJo Siwa & Jenna The besties keep outshining the competition after two flawless scores in a row with a sultry, electronic tango! Jenna offers some of the competition’s best choreography, as well as some of my favourite hairography! Despite her ability to wear her signature high pony, JoJo found this dance difficult. With the dance’s requisite sensuality, she was a little out of her element, but you couldn’t tell. “You remind me of Zendaya!” Carrie Ann said, and it was the finest praise she’d ever received. So even if JoJo doesn’t win, she’ll be able to carry it with her for the rest of her life.
Judges Scores: 10 – 9 – 10 -10
What Was Round 7 ?
Pasa Doble — Suni Lee & Sasha Suni has concerns, is in the bottom two, and is sick (but not from COVID)! And I’m so depressed! This performance was undoubtedly a make-or-break moment for Suni, who, unfortunately, was so sick that she had to leave the stage right away. Suni’s strides were graceful and broad, yet her expression appeared to be terrified.
Of course, given her circumstances, this all adds up, and I have to give her credit for even turning up to the studio. Naturally, I was overjoyed to see props come, as they are without a doubt the most effective method to keep an audience member interested, so Suni should be great.
Judges Scores: 8 – 8 – 8 – 9
Tyra Banks would return as host, with Len Goodman, Derek Hough, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Bruno Tonioli returning as judges, along with the season renewal announcement on March 30, 2021. This season, each of the four judges is given one vote to choose whatever dancer they want to rescue. In the event of a tie vote among the four judges, Len’s vote will be used to break the tie. The way this rule change has been stated on the program has generated considerable controversy, as many viewers believe Len has an unfair edge in deciding which dancer is removed.