Dancing with the stars is trying something new with the & # 39; Trio Night & # 39; of the season 27. Instead of each pair having another professional who joins them on the dance floor (always a formula for the audience) in the past, they have a mix of DWTS Students and friends of the contestants come to join the fun. Why is this change happening? Nobody knows. How does the change work? The results are mixed. Look down!
Juan Pablo Di Pace and Cheryl Burke with Melissa Rycroft
Cha Cha, "Wavey" from CliQ with Alika
Juan Pablo and Cheryl are still at the top after their perfect score last week (I'm still thinking about that samba, please tell me I'm not alone). But that high crashes pretty quickly once they start rehearsing their cha cha trio with the All-Star season champion, Melissa Rycroft. Things are hectic! Juan Pablo feels overcome! Cheryl has to do some choreography again because it's fair. do not. working. But then they go out on the floor and make a club cha cha cha VERY sexy, and it's as if there were no problems to start with. There's not a lot of content cha cha cha, as Len points out, but there's a lot of fashionable action. Like, enough to last the whole season. Much hot!
Score of the judges: 24/30
Tinashe and Brandon Armstrong with Amy Purdy
Tango, "Hit Me with Your Best Shot" by Rock of Ages
Hi guys, do you remember how Tinashe and Brandon, one of the best couples technically in this competition, almost went home last week? It's not right, America. But things are improving! For their tango trio, they have the Paralympic snowboarder and season 18 runner-up, Amy Purdy, always a delight on the dance floor. Tango is so focused on framing and dancing on hold, so it is a delicate style for a trio. Brandon is really impressing everyone with his choreography as a professional for the first time, huh? The three dance an innovative trio in which the ladies are lawyers and Brandon is a good judge and, honestly, I have not been a jury in some years. Is that how it is now? Why does not anyone talk about it?
Score of the judges: 26/30
John Schneider and Emma Slater with Joey Fatone
Tango Argentino, "Rasgado" by Nathan Lanier
John and Emma join Joey Fatone for his Greek-inspired Greek-Argentine tango – can you believe he was in season 4? I'm 100 years old? Joey feels the pressure to actually show up to John, and turns out to be a great teammate for the boy. They get along well, maybe too well because Emma wants to rehearse and they are both starting a bromance. The routine itself is a great concept, but there are some parts that are less clean at the beginning and the judges are not afraid to point them out. The choreography of Emma that integrates the three is great, and Carrie Ann really enjoys that instead of playing the typical gay people of the boys, it gets dark and in a bad mood. A little something different goes very far.
Score of the judges: 21/30
Evanna Lynch and Keo Motsepe with Scarlett Byrne
Salsa, "Black Magic" by Little Mix
Our first triad partner without alum comes in the form of Scarlett Byrne, Evanna's friend from Harry Potter movies (she was a Slytherin, then, you know). It is a risky move to have someone who has never done the show, who knows what will happen when the time comes to act! Although Scarlett supports herself. You can tell that Evanna is also having fun dancing this salsa with her best girl. Len is a fan of the amount of traditional salsa in the choreography. Bruno is a fan of seeing Evanna's confidence grow every week. I'm a fan of the fact that Keo teleported to the stage to start the routine. More ab teleportation in the ballroom and in general, to be honest.
Score of the judges: 24/30
DeMarcus Ware and Lindsay Arnold with Rashad Jennings
Paso Doble, "Fuego" by Barns Courtney
The season 24 champion, Rashad Jennings, enters the rehearsal with DeMarcus and Lindsay and immediately dislocates DeMarcus' finger. It is both sad and hilarious. His "hello chest blow" dislocates the guy's finger. After we all take a break, once we see DeMarcus make his finger go back to its place, we get to the real routine. This intense and aggressive step on the grill definitely shows the physicality of the children, as Carrie Ann points out, but the judges are disappointed. Len and Bruno appreciate the whole attack (Bruno Really He appreciates it), but there was no subtlety. Carrie Ann thought that DeMarcus spent too much time trying to match Rashad instead of dancing his way. In life and on the dance floor: Be yourself.
Score of the judges: 22/30