Dancing With The Stars season 31’s Michael Bublé Night dazzled everyone with its elegant dances and classic songs, but the leaderboard shocked as the stars shifted places. Michael Bublé Night celebrated the music of the legendary crooner, and he served as a guest judge. The episode was also the end of Jessie James Decker and her dance partner Alan Bersten’s journey. Although Vinny Guadagnino and Koko Iwasaki were again at the bottom of the leaderboard in tenth place with 36 out of 50 points for their cha-cha to “Save The Last Dance For Me,” his large fan base kept him safe.
DWTS couple Jessie and Alan placed ninth with 41 points for their salsa to “Come Dance With Me.” They were in the bottom two with eighth-place finishers Trevor Donovan and his partner Emma Slater who earned 42 points for their foxtrot to “Come Fly With Me.” Although DWTS judge Derek Hough voted to save Jessie and Alan, Bruno Tonioli, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Len Goodman chose to save Trevor and Emma, sending the former couple home. Two couples also tied for sixth place with 43 points. They were Jordin Sparks and Brandon Armstrong, who danced the foxtrot to “You Make Me Feel So Young,” and Daniel Durant and Britt Stewart, who performed a foxtrot to “Feeling Good.”
Wayne Brady Slipped To Fifth Place Due To Lack Of Rehearsal Time For DWTS
Wayne Brady and his partner Witney Carson have consistently placed at the top of the leaderboard, tying for first place in weeks 2, 3, and 4. However, due to Wayne’s illness, he and Witney did not have much time to practice their quickstep to “I Get A Kick Out Of You.” They earned 44 points out of 50 and fell to fifth place.
Shangela Placed Fourth ON DWTS & Kept Things ‘Crispy’
Shangela and Gleb Savchenko wowed the judges with their tango to “Hollywood,” earning 45 points and moving up to fourth place. The previous week, Len had told Shangela that her legs needed to be more crisp. After her tango, Len said it was her best dance of the season. Shangela then asked Len if her legs were “crispy,” and she served him some crispy fried chicken that she had been hiding in her dress throughout the dance. Shangela then gave a piece of fried chicken to Tyra, which she immediately ate, to the delight of the audience and fans. It was a memorable moment on DWTS season 31.
Heidi D’Amelio Tied With Gabby Windey For Second Place On DWTS
Heidi D’Amelio and Artem Chigvintsev, a long-time DWTS dancer, have been steadily climbing the leaderboard, giving the frontrunner contestants a run for their money. They tied for second place with 46 points for their samba to “It Had Better Be Tonight (Meglio Stasera).” Heidi is inching closer toward her daughter Charli D’Amelio’s first-place spot. The always consistent and talented Gabby Windey and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy also placed second with 46 points for their rumba to “Home.”
Charli D’Amelio Seems Unstoppable As She Took First Place Again On DWTS
Charli and Mark Ballas took first place again for their foxtrot to “Fever.” They earned their first perfect score of 50 from the judges, who raved about their performance. Derek and Bruno said they wished they could give them more than 10 points for the dance. Charli and Mark have placed first every week of DWTS season 31 with their creative and impeccable routines. They are a truly impressive duo.
DWTS season 31’s Michael Bublé Night was another hit, as the celebrity dancers keep getting better with the guidance of their incredible professional dance partners. Each week, the competition gets more and more fierce as the stars are working their hardest to win the Mirrorball Trophy. Fans are looking forward to week 7 as the couples will perform dances for Halloween Night, with DWTS giving the audience some tricks and treats.
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