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Dancing With The Stars ~ U.S. Season 20 Episode 9


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Tonight's Dancing With The Stars opens with highlights from last week. The announcer and Tom welcome us to tonight's show. Erin tells us it's America's Choice. Tom says, the four couples that survive tomorrow's double elimination will square off next week.

 

We see highlights and practice sessions for the week for Noah and Sharna. They are dancing the Tango to Geronimo by Sheppard. The audience claps for them during their dance, and they erupt for them when they are finished, and give them a standing ovation.

 

Len says it's difficult to judge, because he can't look at the knees and toes for Noah. He says, the performance was good, and well done. Julianne says, America's Choice was well done. She says, she agrees with first dance well done. Bruno says, the white valiant knight, and he doesn't know how he did it. He says, it was good. Carrie Ann says, it was very innovative and elegant. She says, they push the boundaries each week, and it was a bit blocky. She says, they do have one more dance tonight.

 

They go to the sky box for their results. Tom reminds the viewers of the double elimination tomorrow night, and encourages everyone to get their votes in. Erin tells Noah, she loves him in his white suit. She asks Noah what kind of a night this is for him? He says, it's terrifying with the two dances. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 8, Len - 7, Julianne - 8, and Bruno - 8, for a total of 31. They will head off to change for the trio round. Tom says, it's sad that they have to say good bye to 1/3 of their cast, and that's why it's important to get the votes in. There's more to come after the break.

 

Tom welcomes us back to the ballroom, and to America's Choice Night. We see highlights and practice sessions for the week for Chris and Witney. They are dancing the Contemporary to Lay Me Down by Sam Smith. The audience is holding candles and are on their feet during their dance. They get a lot of applause when they are finished dancing.

 

Julianne says, you guys are just pulling out the stops at just the right time. She tells Chris that he wins the award for most improved this season. She says, she is so impressed with him. Bruno says, he really likes this really new side of Chris. He says, he's equally at ease with the lifts up and down. He says, it was well, well done. Carrie Ann says, by far his best dance. She says, it was simple, but understated. She says, it was well done. Len says, it was his best dance so far, and well done.

 

They head to the sky box for their scores, and Tom reminds the viewers to get their votes in. Erin tells them to get over there, and go to a slumber party together. She asks Chris if he though it would be a full turnaround like this? He says, absolutely not, it's all because of Witney. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 9, Len - 8, Julianne - 9, and Bruno 8, for a total of 34. Erin has Chris reenact his squeal.

 

We see highlights for the week for Riker and Allison. Tom says, their penguin free dance will be coming up, and the trio dance will be later in the show, live.

 

Tom says, we are back. He says, that he thinks the pressure is starting to get to everybody this week, and Carrie Ann agrees with him. Riker and Allison are dancing the Viennese Waltz to What Now by Rihanna. The audience erupts for them when they are finished dancing. Tom tells Riker, good job.

 

Bruno tells Riker what a great job he did. He tells him how he kept the frame, and gave it such guts. Carrie Ann says, the question tonight is that is he Semi-Final ready? She says, hell yeah. Len says, he would have liked a little more hold during the dance. He says, it's becoming showy and more contemporary. Julianne says, she is so blown away this week. She says, each week he has transformed, and this week he was vulnerable, and it shows his strength. She says, that was his best dance for her.

 

They head to the sky box for their scores. Tom tells viewers what will all transpire on tomorrow night's double elimination show. Erin asks Riker how tonight feels? He says, the pressure is getting to everyone, but you have to do your best. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 10, Len - 9, Julianne - 10, and Bruno - 10, for a total of 39. Erin asks about their trio round? Riker says, it's a party. Erin reminds viewers to get their votes in.

 

We see highlights and practice sessions for the week for Robert and Kym. They are dancing the Contemporary to Champagne Kisses by Jessie Ware. She actually kisses Robert during their dance. The audience goes crazy for them when they are finished. Tom says, America had to talk you into kissing her, huh. Robert says, it was America's Choice.

 

Carrie Ann says, she thought that kiss upped their game tonight. Len says, they didn't need a wind machine, they have a fan in him. He says, well done. Julianne says, with what happened with Willow's shocking elimination last week, anything can happen. She says, he really upped his game tonight, and she's happy. Bruno says, it was like watching a deodorant commercial, it was free and happy. He says, he really liked it. Tom says, we will get their scores after the break, live.

 

We come back to tonight's Dancing With The Stars with professional dancers on the dance floor. Erin welcomes us back, and the dancers bring her a 3-tiered silver birthday cake. Erin says, no offense America, she's been asking for them to make out for the last few weeks. She asks Kym how it was? She says, it was quite nice. Erin asks for them to do it again. They don't. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 8, Len - 9, Julianne - 8, and Bruno - 8, for a total of 33. Erin tells the viewers to get their votes in for them.

 

We see highlights and practice sessions for Nastia and Sasha, who is still standing in for Derek. They are dancing the Paso Doble to Centuries by Fall Out Boy. The audience cheers for them during their dance, and erupts for them with a standing ovation when they are finished.

 

Tom calls them over to him. Derek hugs Nastia when they are finished. Len says, he likes the passion, drama and full on drama of the dance. He says, he likes more of a Paso Doble, and the audience boos. He tells them to talk to the hand. Julianne says, Roman goddess, very gorgeous. She says, they got out of sync a little, but it was great to watch. Bruno says, the three of them put more together then in Game of Thrones. He says, they lost a little artistry. They lost a little of the flow, because of putting so much into it, but it was an amazing performance. Carrie Ann says, they are dealing with an interesting dynamic, and they are doing well considering the circumstances. She tells them, well done.

 

They go to the sky box for their scores. Erin says, thumbs up. Nastia tells Erin it's been a little hard to have to learn to dance to begin with, and now with two partners, but she likes it. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 9, Len - 9, Julianne - 9, and Bruno - 9, for a total of 36. Erin says, they will have a trio dance later in the show, but they still need viewer's votes to stay in the competition. Tom says, there is one more partner dance left after the break, live.

 

The judges are dancing around by their table when we return to the ballroom. Tom says, Riker and Allison are in the lead with a 39. We see highlights and practice sessions for the week for Rumer and Val. They are dancing the Rumba to Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps by Doris Day. The audience goes crazy for them with a standing ovation when they are finished. Tom tells them they don't have anything to feel bad about this week.

 

Julianne stands up, and says, this is the Rumer and Val we met at the beginning. She says, they are so passionate, and this is their best dance so far. She says, that was gold. Bruno says, pitch perfect, refined, high-class Rumba. He says, it was awesome. Carrie Ann says, isn't love grand? She says, when you lead with love, look what happens. She says, it was great. Len says, it was a simple, and great. He says, it was fantastic. Tom says, he has a good feeling about this.

 

They go to the sky box for their scores. Erin says, she would take that love and happiness any day. Rumer says, she was excited when they came into the first rehearsal. She says, she's having the time of her life. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 10, Len - 10, Julianne - 10, and Bruno - 10, for a total of 40. Erin says, the first perfect score of the season. Erin asks for Val's reaction, and he says, he's very greatful. He says, he's very proud of Rumer. Tom says, that perfect score got a standing ovation from the audience. He says, that's it for the couple dances tonight. More to come, live.

 

Tom welcomes us back to the ballroom. Rumer and Val are at the top of the leader board with a perfect 41, and Noah and Sharna are at the bottom with a 31. He says, the scores are going to change. Tom says, the trio dances are coming up.

 

We see highlights and practice sessions for the first trio dance of Noah and Sharna. They dance the Salsa to Mr. Put It Down by Ricky Martin featuring Pitbull. The audience cheers for them when they are finished. Tom says, Noah looked like one very happy dancer up there, and you can't blame him.

 

Len says, it all about fun and entertainment, and staying true to the character of the dance, and that's what they did. Julianne says, hot, hot, hot, and if anyone can handle those two girls, it's you. She liked their outfits. Bruno says, they worked that out perfectly. Bruno falls out of his chair at the judges table. Tom says, he's been waiting 10 seasons for this. Bruno says, he got to hot. Tom says, Carrie Ann is usually the one that falls out of her seat. She says, she has a seat belt now. She tells them she may not have scored it right, but she loved it. Tom says, they'll have a therapist ready for anyone who needs it after the show.

 

They head up to the sky box for their scores. Erin says, she seconds what Julianne says about their, and she likes the feathers. She says, they pulled it off. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 8, Len - 8, Julianne - 8, and Bruno - 8, for a 32. That gives them a total of 63 for the night. Erin says, they still need viewer's votes.

 

We come back to Dancing With The Stars with the replay of Bruno falling out of his chair. We see highlights and practice sessions for Chris and Witney's trio dance. They are dancing the Paso Doble to Calvin Harris by Outside. The audience cheers for them when they are finished.

 

Julianne says, he's the most improved, but there's still room to improve. She says, the intensity was there, but his butt was somewhere else. Bruno says, he really works his butt off out there, but he has to keep his Spanish lines. Carrie Ann is making a sad face because she felt that the girls overwhelmed him, and that surprised her, because he's the Bachelor. Len says, he just forgot to bring out the flare of the Paso Doble. He says, it was alright, but not great.

 

They head to the sky box for their scores. Erin says, she agrees with Carrie Ann. He says he could have done better, but he's happy with what they did. Witney is proud of him. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 7, Len - 7, Julianne - 8, and Bruno - 8, for a total of 30. That gives them a total of 64 for the night. Erin says, she can't say it enough that there's a double elimination tomorrow night, so viewer's need to vote. More to come after the break, live.

 

We come back to Dancing With The Stars with professional dancers dancing a Contemporary dance. We see highlights and practice for Riker and Allison's trio dance. They are dancing the Jazz to A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got) by Fergie featuring Q-Tip and Goonrock. The audience claps along while they are dancing. They erupt for them when they are finished. Tom says, Wow! That was so infectious, that was just great, what fun.

 

Bruno says, that's a mover and shaker, off the block, leading from the front, catch him while you can girls if you have time. Carrie Ann says, all different kinds of numbers for thumbs up, and says, they hammered that number. Tom says, he thinks someone else is hammered quite frankly. Len says, it was great. Julianne says, he was leading that routine, he wasn't in the back. She moves her arms around, and says, she's having a Carri Ann moment.

 

They head to the sky box for their scores. Erin says, Riker, if this is how you do parties, I need to hang out with you tonight. She asks if it was all it lived up to? He says, it was. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 10, Len - 9, Julianne - 10, and Bruno - 10, for a total of 39. That's a total of 78 for the night. Tom says, another trio is coming up, live.

 

Tom says, we are back, as our stars make one final attempt to make it to the next round. We see highlights and practice sessions for Robert and Kym for their trio dance. They are dancing the Samba to Cinema Italiano by Kate Hudson. The audience cheers along with them while they are dancing. They go crazy for them when they are finished dancing. 

 

Carrie Ann says, he handled those two women very well. She says, he forgot some of his steps though. Len says, two dances are hard to do, and you don't get one, and another one for free. He says, it was a little messy. The audience boos. Julianne says, they looked amazing, it was fun to watch, but it was a little messy. Bruno says, he was so much into the music, that the dance was a bit of a shamble. He says, but the style was there.

 

They head to the sky box for their scores. Erin says, they know she loves their style. She says, it's the theme of the night, except their kissing. Robert says, they were super sexy models. He says, he's so happy to be there, it's so much fun. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 7, Len - 7, Julianne - 8, and Bruno - 7, for a total of 29. That's a total of 62 for the night. Erin encourages viewer's to get their votes in. Tom says, last week, Willow had the votes in the ballroom, and the viewers didn't get the votes in for them. He says, there are two more trio dances left, and more to come, live.

 

Erin welcomes us back to the ballroom, while Tom is enjoying Erin's birthday cake. We see highlights and practice sessions for Nastia and Sasha, who is still standing in for Derek, since he's injured. They are dancing the Jive to Diane Young by Vampire Weekend. The audience cheers for them while they are dancing with Derek for this dance. The audience cheers for them when they are done.

 

Len says, that was fantastic, and Derek gives Len a hug and a kiss on the cheek. Julianne says, in order to make the Semi-Finals you have to throw it all out there, and that was the most creative trio dance she's ever seen. Bruno says, total genius from the first until the last frame. He says, you have to be the ultimate multi-tasker to do this. Carrie Ann says, she can't even believe this. She recites the Double Mint gum commercial words. She says, she hope Nastia doesn't get eliminated next week.

 

They head to the sky box for their scores. Erin says, it was awesome. Nastia says, it's a little stressful and tiring, but she doesn't want anyone to go home. She says it's been amazing, and so much fun. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 10, Len - 10, Julianne - 10, and Bruno - 10, for a total of 40. That's a total of 76 for the night. Erin reminds the viewers there will be a double elimination. She asks Derek if they've done enough to make it through the double elimination? He says, he doesn't know, but he hopes so. He says, Nastia's done an amazing job up until this point. Tom says, the last trio dance will be up next, live.

 

We come back to the ballroom with professional dancers on the dance floor. We see highlights and practice sessions for Rumer and Val's trio dance. They are dancing the Paso Doble to Scott and Fran's Paso Doble ("Strictly Ballroom") by David and The Bogo Pogo Orchestra Hirschfelder. The audience erupts for them when they are finished, and continue to cheer for them. Tom says, they may repeat history with the perfect score.

 

Julianne says, every creative decision is so critical. She says, it was pure, beautiful dancing. Bruno says, he's having a hot flash, and it really suits her to get the ballroom dances. Carrie Ann says, tonight she's superior. Len says, with the double elimination tomorrow, and the Semi-Finals coming up, they did great. Judges scores: Carrie Ann - 10, Len - 10, Julianne - 10, and Bruno - 10, for a total of 40. That's a perfect score of 80 for the night. Tom says, they still need votes. All of the couples phone numbers are played, so they can get the votes they all need.

 

Tom says, Wow, finishing the night are Rumer and Val with two perfect scores, and at the bottom are Robert and Kym. There is more to come on tomorrow night's double elimination show, tomorrow night at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT. Tom says, an all new Castle is up next. Tom and Erin both say goodnight.

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