Brian Austin Green Eliminated on ‘DWTS’ with Matt James – Recap – Hollywood Life

Disney Villains Night ended with a heartbreaking double elimination. After the best performances yet, two celebrities were sent home in the episode ‘DWTS’ on 12 October.

Tyra Banks, dressed as a fierce Maleficent, announces right at the top of the show that there will be a double elimination at the end of Disney Villains Night. After no one was eliminated at Disney Heroes Night, DWTS will say goodbye to thaw celebrities at the end of the night.

Jimmie Allen
Jimmie Allen and Emma Slater at Disney Villains Night. (ABC)

Disney Villains Night Performances

Jimmie Allen and Emma Slater dance a jazz routine inspired by Peter Pan to Billie Eilish “Bad guy.” Len Goodman says elevators were “right in character” and admits Jimmie’s “surprising” him every week. Bruno Tonioli welcomes the “badass jazz routine”, which was his “strongest performance to date.” Jimmie has already got the 2 extra points for the Mickey Dance Challenge! Jimmie and Emma’s scores: Carrie Ann = 9; Len = 8; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 9. Overall score = 35 out of 40. Jimmie also admits his pregnant wife is 2 cm extended!

Cody Rigsby and Cheryl Burke is up next with a Viennese waltz to “Gaston” from Beauty and the Beast. Derek Hough admits there are still “some things” to work on, but it was a “generally good performance.” Bruno says Cody can really “work on a stage.” Carrie Ann Inaba and Len both enjoyed the performance. Cody and Cheryls score: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 7; Derek = 8; and Bruno = 8. Overall score = 33 out of 40.

Melanie C. and Gleb Savchenko bring the intensity of their Viennese waltz to “Once Upon A Dream” from Maleficent. Bruno tells Melanie and Gleb that their routine was “so haunting”. He loved it! Carrie Ann declares that this was Melanie’s “by far the best dance.” Melanie C and Glebs score: Carrie Ann = 9; Len = 8; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 9. Overall score = 35 out of 40.

Jojo Siwa and Jenna Johnson stunned with their Paso Doble to “Ways To Be Wicked” from Descendants 2. Carrie Ann is well aware that Jojo is a “fantastic performer”, but she thought it was “a bit hectic”. She wants “more elegance” next time. Len and Derek disagree with Carrie Ann. They both notice how controlled Jojo’s performance was. Jojo and Jenna’s scores: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 9; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 9. Overall score = 35 out of 40.

Kenya Moore and Brandon Armstrong take on the Viennese waltz for “Dangerous Woman” off Ariana Grande. Their performance is inspired by Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Len admits that “the technique was not good.” Derek tells Kenya that she is totally tough. He wants her to believe it a little more while he dances. Carrie Ann points out that Kenya’s foot came off the ground, but it was still her “best dance” to date. Kenya and Brandon’s scores: Carrie Ann = 7; Len = 7; Derek = 8; and Bruno = 8. Overall score = 30 out of 40.

Iman Shumpert and Daniella Karagach dance a fantastic Argentine tango to “Arabian Nights” from Aladdin. The elevators are crazy! Derek welcomes the fact that the opening and closing promises were “iconic!” Carrie Ann says she is “really blown away” by Iman. Len tells Iman that in his opinion this is his “best” dance yet. Iman and Daniella score: Carrie Ann = 9; Len = 7; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 8. Overall score = 33 out of 40.

Melora Hardin
Melora Hardin and Artem Chigvintsev got the first 10 of the season! (ABC)

Melora Hardin and Artem Chigvintsev dance a nice jazz routine to “Mom knows best” from Tangled. It turns out it’s Melora’s voice! Carrie Ann rejoices at how “theatrical” Melora was, but she thought it was a “hair-safe”. Len completely disagrees. “It had wit, it had charm, it was really nice,” Len says. Derek tells Melora that it was an “absolute storytelling clinic.” Melora and Artem’s scores: Carrie Ann = 9; Len = 10; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 9. Overall score = 37 out of 40. It’s the first 10 of the season, no less from Len!

Miz and Witney Carson tackle the Argentine tango for the “Be prepared” from the 2019 version of Lions King. “The men are burning tonight,” Carrie Ann admits. Len says he “was not prepared for it.” The show was so good! Derek and Bruno point out a few stumbles, but they love the amount of content the routine had. The Miz and Witney’s scores: Carrie Ann = 9; Len = 8; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 8. Overall score = 34 out of 40.

Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess dance paso double to “He is a pirate” from Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl. Len tells Brian that he likes the “aggression” he showed, but he wants Brian to lift his membrane when he performs. Derek says Brian and Sharna are always “entertaining to watch.” Bruno wants to see “more firepower” from Brian. Brian and Sharna’s scores: Carrie Ann = 7; Len = 6; Derek = 7; and Bruno = 7. Overall score = 27 out of 40.

Matt James and Lindsay Arnold bring the heat with their Jungle book-inspired paso double for “Jungle” by X Ambassadors & Jamie N Commons. Derek thinks Matt did a “good job,” but tells him not to take small steps across the ballroom. Bruno excites Mat’s “solid” performance with “power, intention, content.” Now it’s time for Matt to refine. Len believes Matt could give him “so much more.” Matt and Lindsay’s scores: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 7; Derek = 8; and Bruno = 8. Overall score = 31 out of 40.

Olivia Jade and Val Chmerkovskiy perform a nice jazz routine to “Remember Me (Ernesto de la Cruz)” from Coco. Bruno loves that Olivia “caught the spirit of the movie.” He also adds that Olivia “can act too.” Carrie Ann was also “impressed with the play.” However, she felt it was a bit safe. Len again disagrees with Carrie Ann. “This was such a joyous achievement,” rages Len. Derek declares that Olivia is a “naturally born performer.” Olivia and Val’s scores: Carrie Ann = 8; Len = 9; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 9. Overall score = 35 out of 40.

Suni Lee and Sasha Farber dances and evil Viennese waltz inspired by Hocus Pocus for “I Put A Spell On You” by Annie Lennox. Carrie Ann is thrilled because Sunny’s performance has finally matched her technique. Len admits that Suni is “so good in teams” and wants to see more of it! Suni and Sasha score: Carrie Ann = 9; Len = 8; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 9. Overall score = 35 out of 40.

The last performance of the night comes from Amanda Kloots and Alan Burst. They dance a passionate paso double to “Call Me Cruella” from Cruella. Len calls the performance a “nice interpretation”. Derek is a little picky this week, but says it was an “overall phenomenal paso double.” Bruno notes that there was a “small mistake, otherwise it could have been perfection.” Carrie Ann welcomes that Amanda’s achievement was “powerful and masterful.” Amanda and Alan’s scores: Carrie Ann = 9; Len = 9; Derek = 9; and Bruno = 9. Overall score = 36 out of 40.

A devastating double elimination

Now it’s time for the intestinal cutting double elimination. The first 5 couples dancing this week are Cody and Cheryl, Melora and Artem, Iman and Daniella, The Miz and Witney and Suni and Sasha. The next four couples who are in safety include Jimmie and Emma, ​​Amanda and Alan, Jojo and Jenna and Olivia and Val. The last couple who are definitely safe are Melanie C and Gleb.

The bottom 3 are Matt and Lindsay, Brian and Sharna, and Kenya and Brandon. The first pair that were eliminated is … Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess. The judges will have to choose between Matt and Lindsay along with Kenya and Brandon. Bruno chooses to save Matt and Lindsay. Derek chooses Kenya and Brandon. Carrie Ann rescues Matt and Lindsay. It is now bound. Len must make the final decision. He saves Kenya and Brandon! It means Matt James and Lindsay Arnold is eliminated! Kenya falls to her knees and begins to cry that she is going to dance another week!

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