You would not believe they were copying another performance entirely. Score: 24/30 Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy - Contemporary - “To Build a Home” by Cinematic Orchestra feat.
Patrick Watson This performance was one of those ones that will be remembered for years to come.
They went all-out with their costumes, proving they had something to prove.
Score: 28/30 Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson - Salsa - “Shake” by Yin Yang Twins and Pitbull These two have yearned for a place further up the leaderboard all season long, but this song was not the best choice for them.
The chemistry was just not there during this performance. They still secured praise from the judges because of their other performances this season.
Score: 28/30 Things improved when they performed an old Paige Van Zant and Mark Ballas number, and it was almost like they fixed what was wrong because it gave them another perfect score!
They were both in sync, and it was apparent they wanted to go out dancing if this was their final night.
Score: 24/30 The duo then tried to copy a routine that was first performed in Season 17.
Score: 30/30 Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas - Contemporary - “Head High” by Alexander Jean Mark went with a song from his own band with his wife. There was something emotional about the whole performance.
Maybe it's because he and Lindsay have struggled to become frontrunners this season.
The show has no official policy about workplace hookups, but producers are often faced with cleaning up the mess when a showmance fizzles out. She won’t say who, but insists “it wasn’t a great experience.” Burke, 29, may have been referring to disgraced football star Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson, who asked her out in 2010 during a televised interview on “Entertainment Tonight.” (She said yes! Maks, 32, did become engaged — to fellow dancer Karina Smirnoff — in 2009, but the romance quickly flamed out, creating an awkward work environment “There is bad blood,” he told The Post last year.
All-Star contestant Shawn Johnson had “a nasty breakup” with pro Mark Ballas after they won the mirrorball trophy in season eight, a source says. ) After the pair were eliminated, Johnson presented her with a ,000 diamond ring. “I felt weird wearing that big diamond that first of all is way too big for my hand. “I will never speak to that person again.” Maks — who is currently paired with Kirstie Alley -— admits he also “crossed the line” with partner Willa Ford during Season 3.
Score: Victoria and Val and Frankie and Witney found themselves in the bottom two after the performances, and Victoria and Val were let go.