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Dancing With The Stars ~ U.S. Season 20 Episode 4


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Tonight's Dancing With The Stars will celebrate the most memorable year on the dancers lives. Tom and Erin welcome everyone to tonight's show. Tom says it's a different side of each of the stars. Nastia and Derek are safe, and are dancing first tonight. We see highlights of Nastia's most memorable year. Then we see practice sessions for them for this week.

 

Nastia and Derek are dancing the Argentine Tango to Variations On Dark Eyes by Lara St. John. The crowd erupts for them, and gives them a standing ovation. Tom says, it's a dramatic start to a memorable night. Len says, that was a fantastic dance, and a fantastic Argentine Tango. He says, it was clean and physical, and what he wants to see in the Argentine Tango. He says, the character of the dance wasn't there, but it was an athletic dance, but for him was not heartfelt. The audience boos him. Julianne says, girl knows how to take a critique and improve upon it. She says, she nailed it in 2008, and again tonight. Bruno says, it was a stellar, it was a Tango. He totally gave them compliments and loved the dance. Carrie Ann says, that was fantastic, and it was in your face beautiful. She says, way to go.

 

They go to the sky box for their scores. Tom reminds everyone of the new phone numbers starting with 855. Erin says, everyone was saying Len had negative comments. Nastia's family is in the audience tonight. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 9, Len - 8, Julianne - 9, and Bruno - 10, for a total of 36. Erin says, that's the first 10 of the season. She reminds everyone to vote, the numbers are changed to 855, and tells everyone to dial carefully to get their votes in.

 

Tom welcomes us back to the ballroom. Everyone tonight is dancing to remember their most memorable year. Nastia and Derek are already safe. The next couple safe is Robert and Kym. Riker and Allison are in jeopardy. Michael and Peta are also in jeopardy, and are dancing next.

 

We see highlights for Michael's most memorable year, and practice sessions from this week for Michael and Peta. They are dancing the Rumba to Not My Father's Son by Billy Porter and Stark Sands. The audience erupts for them when they are done with a standing ovation. Tom says, it's a lot of emotion for the stars and dancers tonight. He asks Michael how he's doing? He says, he has a lot of emotion tonight.

 

Julianne says, she loves this part of the competition, because you have to become real. She says, he did so well tonight, it was awesome and well done. Bruno says, he should be proud of himself, because it takes a tremendous amount of guts to go for what you believe in. He says, it's the best he's ever done. Carrie Ann says, dance is so much more than just movement. Tonight he understands why they all dance. She says, it was breathtaking, and reminds him of his posture, since he is a very strong dancer. She says, it was really beautiful. Len says, Dancing With The Stars is like a tunnel. Len says, last week he was in a tunnel, but this week he came out, and did well. They go to the sky box for their scores.

 

Erin says, it's about 25 minutes in, and they are all crying. She loves what all the judges said. Michael says, it's all about this song and dance, and he thinks he did it. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 7, Len - 7, Julianne - 8, and Bruno - 8, for a total of 30. Erin says, they don't know who's going home at the end of the night, but if the viewers want to try to keep them safe, they need to vote. Tom says, he doesn't like having to say they are in jeopardy, and then they are dancing next. He says, there's more to come after the break, live.

 

We return to the ballroom with the professional dancers on the dance floor. Tom says, we are back, we are back, and asks to pick out the worst dancer in the group shot. He talks about the tour starting in June for Dancing With The Stars, and viewers can get tickets to see them. We see highlights for Riker's most memorable year, and their practice sessions for this week.

 

Riker and Allison are dancing the Tango to Shut Up And Dance by Walk The Moon. The audience claps along with their music selection, and erupts for them with a standing ovation when they are finished. Tom asks if he's o.k., and told him he did well. Bruno says, he has so much talent, and so much youthful enthusiasm. He says, it was so hard to use that music for the Tango, but he did well out there. Carrie Ann says, she's really happy he took her note last week, and was dancing wider and broader. She says, they were dancing against each other a little, and the audience boos. She says, she sees the improvement, and doesn't want them to go anywhere. Len says, they were a little apart, but the ballroom Tango is much harder than the Argentine Tango, and he did well. Julianne says, they need a little more room between them, and it will be perfect. She says, there is a pop between them, and they are great. She can't believe they are in jeopardy. Tom says, next Monday is Disney night in the ballroom. They go to the sky box for their scores.

 

Erin says, the fans need to vote, and she can't believe they are in jeopardy. Erin says, Riker's band is there, where are his voters? Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 8, Len - 8, Julianne - 9, and Bruno - 9, for a total of 34. Erin says, it was the best reaction from Riker, with a little scream when he got the 9. She tells everyone to get their votes in. Tom says, he loves them fanning themselves after their scores. More to come after the break, live.

 

Tom welcomes us back to the ballroom, and says that the stars are commemorating the most memorable year of the lives. We see the highlights for Robert's most memorable year, and this week practice sessions for him and Kym. They are dancing the Waltz to The Last Waltz by Engelbert Humperdinck. The audience cheers for them during the dance, and gives them a standing ovation when they are finished. Tom tells everyone to give it up for the band tonight. He tells Kym she could where he outfit on Disney night.

 

Carrie Ann says, that was beautiful, and she knows his mom is smiling from heaven right now. She says, it was elegant, and transforming. She says, she was truly transported by everything they did. Len was scratching his head, and said he was surprised the audience didn't boo that to. Len says, it was a great Waltz, and it's not his last dance. He says, his mom is looking down, and cheering for him. He says, it's his best dance so far. Julianne says, his frame was incredible, and the choreography was great. She says, it was classy, and he has the best footwork of all of the guys. Bruno says, his guardian angels were with him for every move. He says, it was strictly ballroom, and beautiful. They go to the sky box for their scores.

 

Erin says she was going to give them tissues, and now they need band aids. Robert says, it was his mom's favorite song, and she would dance around her house to it. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 8, Len - 9, Julianne - 8, and Bruno - 9, for a total of 34. Erin says, that's their highest score so far this season, and although they are safe this week, they still need viewer's votes. Tom says, he will tell other couples whether they are in jeopardy, live, after the break.

 

We come back to the ballroom, and are reminded of who is safe, and who is in jeopardy. Chris and Witney, Patti and Artem, and Rumer and Val are all safe. We see highlights for Chris' most memorable year, and practice sessions for him and Witney for this week. They are dancing the Rumba to The Book Of Love by Gavin James, who sang for them, live. The audience cheers while they are dancing, and they get a standing ovation when they are done.

 

Len says, for him this is the hardest week, for a judge and a person. He says, he has to judge purely on the dancing, and he says, it wasn't that great. The audience boos. Julianne says, every week he has improved, and he's putting the energy into the dance. She says, they need more of a connection, and she understands his love for his Witney. She liked the dance, and tells him to work on his lines. Bruno says, he is extremely genuine in his dances, and he gets it. He says, he needs a little more flow of movement, and he did well. Carrie Ann says, she disagrees a little with Julianne. She says, she saw the chemistry in the beginning, and they are doing good. She tells them to do the moment before coming on stage again. They go to the sky box for their scores.

 

Tom reminds everyone that next week is Disney night. Erin tells them she knows it's different for him to dance with Witney, because his Witney is sitting in the ballroom. He says, he feels chemistry, and was in it. He says, he was doing the best he can. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 7, Len - 6, Julianne - 7, and Bruno - 7, for a total of 27. Erin says, they are safe this week, but they need everyone at home to vote, and they will get the chemistry. More dancing to come when they come back, live.

 

We come back to the ballroom to see highlights for Patti's most memorable year, and practice sessions for her and Artem for this week. They are dancing the Jazz to Dan Swit Me by Patti Labelle. The audience cheers for them as they dance, and they go crazy when they are dance. Julianne says, it was so much fun, and so entertaining. She says, she loved it. Bruno says, the Jazz was even hotter, and she did great. Carrie Ann says, that was out of control. She says, Bruno Mars is hot right now, but she is even better. Len says, it was a cappuccino of a dance. He says, it was light and fluffy, and it was good. They go to the sky box for their scores.

 

Erin says, she thinks Patti lied to them when she said she couldn't dance. Patti says, her favorite part was when she jumped off stage into Artem's arms. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 8, Len - 7, Julianne - 7, and Bruno - 8, for a total of 30. She was dancing for her son, and she says, he will be proud of him. Erin tells everyone to get their votes in.

 

We see highlights for Rumer's most memorable year, and practice sessions for her and Val for this week. They will dance after the break, live.

 

Rumer and Val dance the Waltz to Turning Tables by Adele. The audience erupts for them when they are finished with a standing ovation. Tom says, what a nice. Bruno says, that dance was like watching the reflection of who she is. He says, it's an ability that's very rare, and she needs to hold on to it. He tells her to watch her toes. Carrie Ann says, she melts into her when she watches her dance. She says, it comes from the power inside her, and it pulls everyone in. She says, well done. Len says, it's like Nastia and Derek's dance, it's a great dance, it has a flavor of contemporary for him. The audience boos again. He says, last week he was nice, and no one remembers. He says, this week he's nasty, and no one forgets. Julianne says, she's so strong and vulnerable, and she's herself. She says, Carrie Ann is right, and when she's dancing, she's dancing for every girl. They go to the sky box for their scores.

 

Erin asks her about her package, and she says, she has a partner that believes in her, and she's doing her best. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 9, Len - 8, Julianne - 9, and Bruno - 9, for a total of 35. Erin tells everyone to get their votes in. Tom says, 3 more couples will find out their fate in a little while. We see a brief highlight for Suzanne saying she's dancing for John Ritter.

 

We come back to the ballroom to find out the next couple safe is Noah and Sharna. Willow and Mark are in jeopardy. Suzanne and Tony are safe, and are dancing next. We see Suzanne's highlights for her most memorable year, and the practice sessions for her and Tony this week. They are dancing the Foxtrot to Three's Company, Too by Dominik Hauser. The crowd gives them a standing ovation when they are done. Tom asks them about the brain joke, and it's from the first episode of Three's Company.

 

Carrie Ann says, you may have said goodbye in so many ways, but tonight you said, hello to the competition. She says, it was great. Len says, he likes the concept, content and dance. Julianne says, no one can take that away from her, it was good. She tells her to work a little on her upper body. Bruno says, it was so sweet and uplifting. He says, it had the evergreen of sitcom quality. He tells her to be careful not to lose her next, she needs to keep her neck down. Suzanne says, it's a Chrissy Snow problem, and the judges laugh. They go to the sky box for their scores.

 

Erin says, she would like to have some of Chrissy Snow's problems. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 7, Len - 7, Julianne - 7, and Bruno - 7, for a total of 28. Tony says, they liked it. Suzanne says, she would have liked the score to be a little higher. Tony says, please vote again. Erin tells everyone to get their votes in. Tom says, more to come after the break, live.

 

Tom welcomes us back to the Dancing With The Stars ballroom. We see highlights for Willow's most memorable moment, and the practice sessions for her and Mark for this week. They are dancing Contemporary to Atlas by Coldplay. The audience cheers for them when they are done, but no standing ovation. Len says, he never saw the Hunger Games. He tells them it was fantastic. Julianne says, she definitely would have made her district proud. She says, her center of gravity is getting lower, and she's taking what she's told and improving on it. She says, it was great. Bruno says, it was fantastic, and it's great to see someone so young doing so well. He tells everyone to vote for her, that she is brilliant. Carrie Ann says, everything about that was pitch perfect. She says, she's blown away by that dance, and she can't wait until next week. They go to the sky box for their scores.

 

Tom says, there's one more dance to come. Erin asks if Liam Hemsworth is there? Willow says, she wanted to make her fans proud. Erin says, they are in jeopardy, but they want the scores. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 10, Len - 9, Julianne - 10, and Bruno - 10, for a total of 39. Erin says, they are the new leaders. She says, if they make it through tonight, they still need the viewers votes. Tom says, he can see Alex Trebek stealing the phrase Jeopardy Shmepardy, that Carrie Ann used.

 

We see highlights for Noah's most memorable year, and practice sessions for him and Sharna for this week. Tom says, we will see their Contemporary dance when we return, and one couple will be eliminated.

 

Tom welcomes us back to the ballroom. Noah and Sharna dance Contemporary to American Soldier by Toby Keith. The audience is cheering for them while they dance, and they erupt for them with a standing ovation, when they are finished.

 

Tom calls them over to him. The audience is still erupting for them. Julianne says, she doesn't even know where to begin. She says, week after week she always says how strong and focused he is. She says, there was something so different tonight, and he was even more free. He thanks her for doing what he does every single week with everything he has to face. Bruno says, there's something fantastic about him. He's the ultimate role model. Carrie Ann says, she passes her baton to Julianne for crying. She says, when he dances, it like a Haiku. It's a brilliant piece of art, with very few words. She says, it was more profound than most. Len says, if ever a quote suited him, it's no guts, no glory. He asked everyone in the audience to stand up and applaud him.

 

Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 8, Len - 8, Julianne - 8, and Bruno - 8, for a total of 32. Tom says, not only did Sharna kick his tooth out, but she sprained his wrist also. They go back to join the safe couples. The next couple who is safe is Willow and Mark. Michael and Peta and Ricker and Allison are the last two couples. On this fourth week of competition, the couple leaving right now is Michael and Peta.

 

Erin tells them they did a great time. Michael says, it was an awesome experience, and thanks Peta for being his partner. He thanked Dancing With The Stars, and everyone there for coming out to support him. Tom recaps the phone numbers to vote for the couples, and reminds everyone they start with 855 now. Willow and Mark are at the top of tonight's leader board, and Chris and Witney are at the botttom. Erin says, no matter where the couples stand, they need viewer votes to be safe. Tom says, Michael and Peta will be on Good Morning American and Live With Kelly and Michael tomorrow. Tom says, Castle is next, and says goodnight.

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