“Dancing with the Stars” was a Disney Heroes Night Therefore Yesterday night, there was evil on the dance floor.
Tuesday’s Disney Villains Night brought the reign of terror to the ballroom. The stars and their pro dancers took on the worst roles of Disney Lore in their second routine and final week.
But the real badness was shocking Double Elimination It took two promising dancers on the show.
For the “Bachelor” alum, Matt James, and “Beverly Hills 90210” star Brian Austin Green, the jaw is shocking as the fairy tale ends.
Here’s what happened on the dance floor:
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Watch Ian Shumpert lift his spouse over his head
Schumpert hit the judges with his pure power on Tuesday.
As Zafar from “Aladdin,” the 6-foot-5 NBA star slowly pulled her partner Daniela Karagach on her head and carried her down the dance steps. She was playing parrot Iago. So her perch was on top of his head.
The gold turban worn by Schumpert brought down his partner and screamed fiercely with flicks and kicks to his “Arabian Nights” through his Argentine tango.
Coming to the final, Schumpert again lifted Karagach without effort.
Huff Dead-Lift Opening and Ending is called “Iconic”, especially since Schumpert has no momentum, all power. “I’m kind of dumb,” Hugh said.
Judge Bruno Tonioli commented on the incredible “achievement of power.” Carrie Ann Inaba spoke for the crowd when she said, “I’m really blown away.”
Schumpert admitted he was apprehensive about the achievement, but his partner was “a little lighter than we thought.”
The judge awarded the basketball player 33 out of 40 points.
Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess raised a gangster flag on PDA’s past
“Beverly Hills 90210” star and girlfriend / pro dance partner Sharna Burgess found that such a difficulty Not so much More dance floor PDA.
His Monday “Snow White” waltz, and fairy tale kisses brought the pieces from the judges. Len Goodman told the couple it was “too much kissing and cuddling.”
On Tuesday, the couple rocked it with pirate swords, literally in their Paso double, “From Pirates” to “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.”
Greene smashed his face into Captain Barbossa Burgess’ Jack Sparrow. The metal clashes, the ship’s cannons were making shocking loud blasts, and there was also double-crossing in the dance story. Burgess literally walked over to her dead pirate mate and ended the number.
The judges loved it. “A little bit of love works,” said former PDA-critic Judge Tonioli. “You’re going in the right direction.”
The couple’s score improved to 27 out of 40. By the end of the night, however, he was dangerously at the bottom of the leaderboard.
Matt James continued to wow with the ‘Jungle Book’
The “Bachelor” star is one of the funniest and best dancers of this year’s TU, as his incredible Frozone dance showed on Monday.
James looks completely out of control again on Tuesday night, performing a “Jungle Book” theme paso double with ka snake with partner Lindsay Arnold. There was a full-snake skin, and a scaled shirt opened in the middle to show off his steel chest. James was in villainous mode, a dramatic scowl on his scale-covered face. Judge Hugh said, “You’re in it!”
He hit all the moves and the judge gave him the first 8 points of the first tu. The charismatic “Bachelor” looks set to return next week. So much so that Tonioli gave him the little things a dancer needs to revise.
“But there was no snake about it,” Tonioli said of the show.
But double-elimination also kills the powerful
Green and Burgess were standing in the lower third, as the saved couple leaped from the dance floor. Due to his low score and votes, the “90210” star and his partner-in-law were handed their walking papers.
Continuing to bleed, he quietly left the stage.
… and the shocking news kept coming
James and Arnold stood in the final two with “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kenya Moore and her pro-partner Brandon Armstrong. Moore danced the daring Waltz but was in the last two last week. The judge saved her, but Moore was deprived of the vote facing the judge, especially James.
As credits rolled and host banks sped up, stunned chief justice Len Goodman threw the final tie-breaking vote. To global surprise, he threw the lifeline to the shocked Moore, who happily brought tears to her knees.
James and Arnold held each other in stunning looks as the show cut.
“Dancing with the Stars” returns Oct. 18. (ABC, 8 EDT / PDT).