If you have been watching Dancing with the stars This season, you should keep in mind that Juan Pablo Di Pace has been a standout. the Fuller House The actor really looked like a professional on the court with Cheryl Burke and this week his fine acts earned him a perfect score not in one, but in two dances. However, it was not meant to last. Despite the large numbers, Juan Pablo Di Pace was expelled from Dancing with the stars Last night with Joe Amabile. The judges, for obvious reasons, were not satisfied with the results of the program, particularly with the elimination of Juan Pablo.
Len Wiseman even made a bold statement that John Paul lost his place as we approached the end, noting:
I know that Americans like fair play, but above all we like justice, and there is no justice here!
Carrie Ann Inaba could be audibly heard saying "bad" and Cheryl Burke even told reporters (through Fox News) that the decision was "shit". No doubt, we would have known more about Len if the broadcast had more time as well. If you really want to know how upset Len and Carrie Ann were, they both stood up to express their feelings about the results of this week's episode. Of the three judges, Len is usually the most technical and the least emotional, so his response was a bit shocking to watch.
Joe and Jenna, Alexis and Alan, and Juan Pablo and Cheryl were in Fund 3 when the hosts announced that both Joe and Juan Pablo would go home. Some of this was not a big surprise, since Joe and Jenna, and Alexis and Alan had been in the Bottom 3 before, although only Joe and Jenna have really been struggling to get good scores from the judges throughout the season. Audible boos were heard over and over again after the announcement was made in Dancing with the stars that he Fuller House The star would no longer be in the game, and with good reason.
Juan Pablo Di Pace mentioned in an interview that he and his dance partner were really hoping to reach the final and had worked "very hard" to get there. They were, in fact, the highest couple at the time of their elimination. They scored 30 perfect five times this season, and that without even reaching the final. Alexis, Evanna and Milo have hit 30 each time. So, there were clearly leagues ahead of the competition this season. That's not really a shot, Evanna Lynch has really improved throughout the season and Alexis Ren and Milo Manheim have also had a solid performance.
If you captured the episode, you should even know that host Erin Andrews and Tom Bergeron were not happy with the results, as evidenced by an aggravated Andrews who literally reveals that she was "not happy" with the way the United States voted this week, as well booing with the crowd as the show was ending. If you did not catch the clip, it was a great moment for the series in season 27. Be sure to take a look.
That is how Dancing with the stars although it goes Because of the way that ABC has organized the show, someone really good usually goes home at this time of the season, as other people with less talent and with a greater number of fans prevail. It is a fact of the life of the show, and even be a key player in the popular Netflix program. Fuller House I could not stop it.
Cheryl Burke told ET about what she thought happened, and said:
Or maybe people thought: You have perfect scores every week, so we do not need to vote. That is what happens. And it just depends [on different factors]. Maybe people want to see someone with two left feet suddenly become a dancer. I do not know.
Cheryl Burke could be totally involved in something, but sometimes I think that the age of the audience compared to the stars involved can also have an effect. For example, Instagram star Alexis Ren has been in the background again and again, and her dancing has been top notch for most of the season (although I'm much less excited about her little romantic side story). His followers are generally younger, and I wonder if they just do not see traditional TV models, or at least do not see them. Dancing with the stars When it airs live and ABC has open voting. Although that is certainly part of the game.
Actually, of the three couples in the Lower Part 3, the only one left that probably should have gone home a few weeks ago was High schoolJoe Amabile He's a dyer, so he certainly counts for something, but he was not at the level of the other dancers and it was really time for him to go home. Your legions of Bachelorette ABC fans probably kept him in the game despite his dancing.
If we're talking about people who are not quite at par, it's really Bobby Bones. Even though Bobby is not great, it's really fun to watch, and I could see him make his way through the top 3 as David Ross did during the 24th season.
We are approaching the finals of Dancing with the stars. Week 9 will mark the finals and will be the freestyle week for season 27. At this time, Bobby Bones and the professional ballerinas Sharna Burgess, Evanna Lynch and pro Keo Motsepe, Milo Manheim and pro Witney Carson remain in the competition, and Alexis Ren and Pro Alan Bersten. If you have favorites, be sure to tune in and vote in the future, because we have officially arrived at the decisive time. Who will win the Mirrorball trophy? Only time will tell.
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