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Entertainment 'DWTS' Halloween Week: Who Earned the First Perfect Score?

07:05  27 october  2020
07:05  27 october  2020 Source:   usmagazine.com

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Dancing with the Stars Halloween Night was a chilling evening full of frights, delights, and spooky surprises! From Frankenstein's Monster to Egyptian royalty to undead reunions, the routines embraced the whimsy of Their dance completely impressed the judges, even Len, who called it "spellbinding."

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Dancing with the Stars spooked viewers on Monday’s Villains Night, and Cheer’s Monica Aldama got scared straight out of the competition when the cheerleading coach and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy were sent home.

On the live episode of the ABC reality dance competition series, Aldama, 50, and Chmerkovskiy, 34, were in the bottom two alongside The Talk cohost's Jeannie Mai and Brandon Armstrong.

The Netflix star and the pro dancer earned a 22 out of 30, the night's lowest score, for their jazz routine to “Fever" inspired by Nurse Ratched.

Judge Derek Hough saved Aldama and Chmerkovskiy, but Bruno Tonioli picked Mai and Armstrong to keep around for one more week. Carrie Ann Inaba broke the tie by choosing the TV personality and her partner to stay.

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Jordan and Lindsay Arnold earned the first perfect score of the season. Disney night was also a highlight for Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas who earned their first 10 of the season—from After last week ’s judges’ scores and audience votes were counted, Sasha Pieterse and Gleb Savchenko along

Tonight’s high scorer : The Olympic gold medal-winning gymnast channeled her inner Michael Jackson for a sassy jazz routine that electrified the ballroom audience and judges and earned her three 10s for the first perfect score of the season. During the judges’ critique Julianne Hough initially made

So far this season, Vernon Davis, Jesse Metcalfe, Anne Heche, Carole Baskin and Charles Oakley have also been eliminated.

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Pro Cheryl Burke and Backstreet Boys' AJ McLean performed on Monday and pulled out a score of 26 for their tango despite Burke taking a fall and injuring her head during their rehearsal the day before. "Cheryl and I were practicing during stage rehearsal and it did not go well," her McLean said in a video of their prep. "It happened so fast, I just heard her head hit the floor."

PEOPLE confirmed that a medic was called and examined Burke on the scene, but in the hours leading up to Monday night's live show, it remained unknown whether Burke would take the stage. Host Tyra Banks confirmed during Monday's episode that Burke had been cleared to perform, so Burke and McLean danced the tango to the Psycho theme song while channeling Norman Bates.

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Dancing with the Stars returned for week 5 with the Switch Up (original airdate October 12, 2015), where celebrities switched Pro partners based on fan Not to be outdone, his wife Alexa PenaVega and new partner Derek Hough earned the first perfect score of the season with a fierce Tango.

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Mai kicked off the night as Hannibal Lecter when she and Brandon Armstrong danced the paso doble to Nelly Furtado’s “Maneater.”

"I turned vegetarian for about two years since watching that movie,” Mai said during a video that aired before her performance of Silence of the Lambs, adding afterward, "I'm going to be a vegan for just like a couple weeks." The spooky routine earned the duo a score of 25 out of 30.


Gallery: 'DWTS' Halloween Week: Who Earned the First Perfect Score? (US Weekly)

a person in a blue dress: Dressed to impress! The stars transformed into their favorite Halloween villains during the Monday, October 26, episode of Dancing With the Stars. While the costumes were all about the fun, the stars took it very seriously — and it paid off. Nev Schulman and Jenna Johnson scored the first perfect score of the season with their dramatic paso doble, set to the theme song from Black Swan. However, they weren’t the only ones that impressed the judges over the course of the evening. After Johnny Weir and Britt Stewart landed lower than average scores last week, they were determined to get it back up this week — and did just that. “It was passionate and it was fluid,” Bruno Tonioli said after their Viennese waltz. Carrie Ann Inaba said that the pair floated through the routine “like  a dream.” The rave reviews landed the pair three 9s. Chrishell Stause and Gleb Savchenko also impressed the judges, with Derek Hough calling their spooky paso doble their “best dance yet.” They earned two 9s and an 8 for their dance — their highest score this season.     One pair that many were waiting for ahead of the episode was AJ McLean and Cheryl Burke. During their Sunday, October 25, rehearsal, the 36-year-old professional dancer fell hard and hit her head. “Yesterday, I took a hard fall while rehearsing for #VillainsNight. Even though AJ kills me at the end of this Tango, this wasn’t part of the routine,” the two-time winner revealed via Instagram on Monday. “It’s one of those things that can happen in a split second. Thankfully, I have the best partner I could ask for that was there to pick me up off the ground. Keeping our fingers crossed for only planned mishaps during the show tonight!!” Luckily, she was OK and able to dance a Psycho-inspired tango. “I’m actually doing OK. I think I hurt my rotator cuff more than my neck,” she told host Tyra Banks after the dance, which “truly impressed” the judges. Ultimately, the duo earned a score of 26 out of 30 for their number. Nelly and Daniella Karagach also earned their highest score of the season after their Argentine tango, in which the rapper dedicated to his girlfriend, Shantel Jackson. “Shantel is a huge fan of horror flicks. That’s all she watches, she watches horror films night and day,” the 45-year-old said after his routine. “She’s dope.” The two stars at the bottom were Jeannie and Monica. Ultimately, Jeannie was saved and Monica was sent home. Scroll through the gallery below to see each score of the night. Dancing With the Stars airs on ABC Mondays at 8 p.m. ET.

Coming off of being in the bottom two last week, Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir, as Dracula, and Britt Stewart kept the spooky vibes coming with their Viennese waltz to “Creep” by Vincent/Kimberly Nichole and picked up a score of 27. Weir talked about how he felt like he related to the vampire because of how they didn't always belong.

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Season 23 of Dancing with the Stars 2016 continued in Week 8's Halloween Night with as some scary cool individual routines served as an appetizer for the first 10-10-10 from the judges for a total of a perfect 30. The team also earned 5 extra points and immunity from the Dance Off, as they had the

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"I had just turned 16 and I was competing internationally at the Olympic level," Weir recalled. "An agent approached me with my mom and said, 'The world is your oyster and we’re the agency that can take you where you want to be. But he then looked at me and my mom and he said if you work with us and we create this future for you, you can't be gay."

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Selling Sunset’s Chrishell Stause channeled Disney villain Maleficent when she took to the ballroom floor with partner Gleb Savchenko for a paso doble to a chilling version of “In the Air Tonight.” The reality star revealed that she didn't celebrate Halloween as a kid because her mom thought it was “the Devil’s holiday.” Stause loves the holiday now, though, and her passion for spooky season collected her and Savchenko a score of 26, their first 9s of the season.

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Rapper Nelly went on to receive his highest score of the season when he and Daniella Karagach danced the Argentine tango to The Weeknd’s hit “Can’t Feel My Face” inspired by Freddy Kruger.  Nelly dedicated the performance to his girlfriend Shantel Jackson, whom he called " a dream," and ultimately received a 27 for the passionate routine.

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  Cheer's Monica Aldama Gets Eliminated from Dancing with the Stars on Villains Night The Top 10 celebrated Halloween with Villains Night on the ABC dance competition Selling Sunset’s Chrishell Stause channeled Disney villain Maleficent when she took to the ballroom floor with partner Gleb Savchenko for a paso doble to a chilling version of “In the Air Tonight.” The reality star revealed that she didn't celebrate Halloween as a kid because her mom thought it was “the Devil’s holiday.” Stause loves the holiday now, though, and her passion for spooky season collected her and Savchenko a score of 26, their first 9s of the season.

Dancing With the Stars Season 27 Finale: Who Should Win? After weeks of shocking eliminations and questionable advances, the The teen star of Disney Channel's Zombies movie, Milo Manheim and partner Witney Carson received their first perfect score on Halloween night dancing to "Toxic"

It was the first perfect score for Frankie. Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy: 27/30 There was nothing frightening about this Viennese Waltz to the song “The Night We Met.” Dancing With the Stars airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC. Watch clips and full episodes of DWTS for free on Yahoo View.

Justina Machado, covered in (fake!) blood in a Carrie-like getup, and Sasha Farber tangoed to “Take Me to Church.” "I can't stand Halloween," the actress said, blaming her dislike of the holiday on the "craziness" of the holiday caused her hometown. Machado said she loves horror movies, and that came through, acquiring a 26 for her and Farber for the act she dedicated to teachers.

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Catfish host Nev Schulman and Jenna Johnson elected for Black Swan vibes with their paso doble to “Swan Lake Remix,” earning them the season's first perfect score. Schulman estimated that he saw the Swan Lake ballet "20 times" and called him and his dad "superfans" of New York City Ballet, so the high score meant a lot to the MTV star because of the connection to.his father. "I think I have swan bumps," Schulman said of receiving a 30 out of 30.

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Skai Jackson, the evening’s Bride of Chucky, and Alan Bersten continued the momentum with an eerie Argentine tango to “Everything I Wanted” by Billie Eilish and received a 27 from the judges.

Kaitlyn Bristowe closed out the night as Cruella de Vil, which she called "pretty ironic ... because she doesn't love dogs." She and Artem Chigvintsev danced the paso doble to Rihanna’s “Disturbia” for a score of 24.

Next week, the remaining contestants will compete on the show's Double Elimination night.

Dancing with the Stars airs Mondays (8 p.m. ET) on ABC.

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