So who wants to join us on a outing to Disneyland?
We feel totally brainwashed right now and we’re not wholly insane about it. In fact, we’re ideally prepared to just…let it go…and concede that stately Disney sorcery to rinse over and decorate us. We let ourselves be wooed by a costumes, a crafty animation, and a songs that are now perpetually stranded in a head, and to be totally honest with you, it was awesome.
We are one with a mouse, and all is well.
All is not well, however, for one of a couples on Dancing with a Stars. Despite their best efforts to conclude a word “tramp” by dance (and to obey a Disney charcterised classic, Lady and a Tramp) Suzanne Somers and Tony Dovolani pronounced goodbye to a dance building tonight after earning a important 28 out of 40.
Perhaps, however, it was for a best, given it sounds like they had a flattering severe week of operation during that Suzanne pronounced she wanted to quit. “I unequivocally don’t consider we can stay on a show,” she pronounced to partner Tony in this clip after explaining how frustrating it can be to learn a new dance any week.
We feel you, girl. You done it over than we substantially would have!
In other news, there were some truly badass dances on that theatre this evening.
Until tonight, we were all, “oh, that’s Derek and Julianne’s cousin” though now we’re chanting “RIKER LYNCH! RIKER LYNCH!” out of a windows. The people outward are confused, though they merit to know about a best damn paso doble we’ve ever seen—especially a best damn paso doble ever danced in a Jack Sparrow dress to a Pirates of a Caribbean thesis song.
Nastia Liukin also did a unequivocally weirdly ideal description of Anna from Frozen. If Kristen Bell is bustling when they make a live movement chronicle of that film (any day now, right?), Nastia could totally take over. She and Derek Hough tied with Riker and Allison Holker for second place with 38 out of 40.
The loyal star of a night, however, was that exquisite Rumer Willis who refused to dress adult like a princess and instead was embellished purple to play Ursula for her dance to “Poor Unfortunate Souls.” It was incredible. We would have stood adult and clapped if it wouldn’t have been uncanny for a other people in a office. She positively deserved her scarcely ideal measure (darn you, Len!) of 39 out of 40.
Check out a full list of scores below!
Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson: 24/40
Patti LaBelle and Artem Chigvintsev: 27/40
Chris Soules and Witney Carson: 27/40
Suzanne Somers and Tony Dovolani: 28/40
Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess: 28/40
Willow Shields and Mark Ballas: 34/40
Riker Lynch and Allison Holker: 38/40
Nastia Liukin and Derek Hough: 38/40
Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy: 39/4
Get a full list of final week’s scores here, and click play next to watch a shave of Rumer and Val’s performance!
Who was your favorite tonight? Did a right integrate go home? Sound off in a comments!