Who Went Home On Dancing With The Stars Disney Night

Who Won Disney Night on Dancing With the Stars?

On Dancing With the Stars’ inaugural Disney Night, Tyra Banks and co-host Alfonso Ribeiro welcomed back veteran judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, Derek Hough and Bruno Tonioli to judge their dancers’ captivating routines to Disney and Pixar classics such as “The Princess and the Frog” or Hercules.

The dancers all gave their best to showcase their Disney-inspired costumes and wow the judges with some impressive routines! Additionally, this season saw a record number of perfect scores – an unprecedented occurrence!

James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd were the only couple to achieve perfection during “Disney Night,” with their contemporary dance to “Let It Go” from “Frozen.” Their choreo was packed with lyrical content, while I loved all of the animation projected onto the floor as they performed each step!

Sam Champion and Cheryl Burke were the next couple to go down during “Disney Night.” Despite their best efforts with a paso doble to “The Greatest Show” from “The Greatest Showman,” they only earned 25 out of 40 points – the lowest score of the night. Unfortunately, judges weren’t so forgiving, and Champion and Burke were ultimately eliminated from contention.

Jessie James Decker had been stuck in the bottom two for most of the season, but she finally managed to rise out with an impressive salsa dance set to Michael Buble’s “It’s All About That Bass.” This marked an improvement over her initial dance which had low scores so she was sent home!

Jordin Sparks was another contestant who fell into the bottom two after her tango to “Oogie Boogie’s Song.” Her overall average score of 36 out of 40 wasn’t enough to keep her from elimination, as she joined Heidi D’Amelio and Artem Chigvintsev in being sent home.

Daniel Durant of Coda fame was a frequent winner in the past, but his partnership with Britt Stewart fell just short of reaching the finals with their dance to “Ironic” by Alanis Morissette. While Durant’s performance was stunning, it just wasn’t enough to beat out Shangela and Gleb Savchenko for judges’ votes.

Teresa Gimpy’s jive to “All Shook Up” earned her the second-lowest score of the night, yet she still managed to earn 23 out of 40, significantly lower than her previous week’s performance! While judges praised her routine as “lively” and an improvement over her first dance, Teresa still had much work left to do.

Actress Selma Blair, who was eliminated in the first round last season on DWTS, may return for its finale. She and husband Carson McAllister have a daughter together and the actress revealed her plans to have another child with him.

Country singer Jessie James Decker didn’t grow up dancing much, but she found her way into the competition and started improving each week with her salsa performance. In week 5’s dance marathon, she even won Prom Queen; unfortunately her score on Michael Buble’s night was low enough that it earned her the title of Comin’ Home instead.

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