Last week saw two couples eliminated from the 'Dancing with the Stars' competition, leaving us with what may be the best semifinal group yet. And on Monday night, they all danced their perfectly-toned backsides off -- so who's got the best shot at moving on to next week's finale extravaganza?
There's usually a thick blanket of anxiety that sweeps over contestants and audience members alike when the results portion of the show comes about. Nobody likes seeing their favorites go home, but in this particular results episode of 'Dancing with the Stars,' we're seeing a double elimination. Ouch. Not fun.
After last week's classic night on 'Dancing with the Stars,' one would think that it can't get any more difficult before they begin the semi-finals. Well, when you've got six couples adding an additional person to their group to go on a trio dance-offs against the others then - yeah - it still is heating up on the dance floor.
Anticipation! Explosions! Dancing! Tonight's episode of 'Dancing with the Stars' on the surface was just a pure results night, figuring out which of the seven couples would be going home, but there were a couple of cool musical distractions along the way.
After dealing with Motown Night, 'Dancing with the Stars' decided to crank up the intensity and challenge the dancers even more with Classical Night. After all, classical music is more difficult to dance to in comparison to anything contemporary.
After 11 seasons on 'Dancing with the Stars,' pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy has proven himself to be incredibly talented -- and sometimes just as combative. But his partner on the current cycle of the show, actress Melissa Gilbert, is coming to his defense.
After last week's parade of rainbow ruffles on Latin Night, it was time to focus on the Motor City as 'Dancing with the Stars' did its version of a Motown Night.
We started with what can only be described as Zombie Smokey Robinson (seriously, what the hell happened to his face?!), who was joined by Martha Reeves and the Temptations doing a medley of songs everyone over the age of five should be required to know.
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