‘Dancing With The Stars’ Disney Week: Did The Judges Save Carole Baskin AGAIN?

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Dancing with the Stars Season 29 continued on Monday night with the third week of competition. Tonight was Disney night, as the couples danced to some of our favorite songs in outfits themed to famous Disney movies.


Voting was open during the show, and at the end of the night, the second couple of the season was eliminated. Check out this week’s Disney-themed dances below, and find out who went home this time.

‘Dancing With The Stars’ Disney Week

Skai Jackson & Alan Bersten

This Disney Channel star had a stumble last week and dropped down on the leader board, but she returned this week with a dance inspired by Princess & the Frog. She and Alan danced the jive to “Almost There.” Derek Hough said it wasn’t his favorite but that Skai has potential.

Total Score: 18

Monica Aldama & Val Chmerkovskiy

Monica dedicated her performance to her family. She and Val performed the Viennese waltz to “Part of Your World” from The Little Mermaid. Bruno Tonioli praised her “confidence” and “connection.” Carrie Ann Inaba said she was “like a different person.”

Total Score: 21


Justina Machado & Sasha Farber

This week, Justina danced the Charleston to “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” from Mary Poppins, dressed in costumes inspired by the film. Carrie Ann said they were “perfectly in sync.” Derek said it could have been “sharper,” and Bruno agreed with him.

Total Score: 19

AJ McLean & Cheryl Burke

AJ loves to take his daughters to Disneyland. Tonight, he danced the quickstep to “Prince Ali” from Aladdin. Derek said it was “so much fun,” and Carrie Ann liked that he put his own “spin” on it, calling it “funky.”

Total Score: 21

Anne Heche & Keo Motsepe

This week, Anne and Keo danced the quickstep to “Zero to Hero” from Hercules. Carrie Ann said they had a “great start,” but it “lost control” at the end. Derek said it seemed like Anne relied on Keo too much sometimes.

Total Score: 15

Jeannie Mai & Brandon Armstrong

Jeannie and Brandon danced the Viennese waltz to “Married Life” from Up, which she dedicated to her fiancé Jeezy. Carrie Ann complimented their “balance,” and Derek called it their “best performance.” Bruno called it “pure storytelling.”

Total Score: 22

Nelly & Daniella Karagach

Nelly and Danielle danced the foxtrot to “It’s Alright” by Jon Batiste from the new Disney movie Soul. Bruno called it “charming,” but warned Nelly to be aware of his shoulders. Carrie Ann said he has a “naturalness” that’s “enjoyable” to watch.

Total Score: 18

Carole Baskin & Pasha Pashkov

This Tiger King star obviously danced the samba to “Circle of Life” from The Lion King. Bruno said Carole “walked through it,” with no bounce. However, Carrie Ann said she danced it with “a lot of love,” calling it “tender.”

Total Score: 12

Kaitlyn Bristowe & Artem Chigvintsev

This Bachelorette star almost didn’t perform last week after an injury. This week, she danced the rumba to “How Far I’ll Go” from her favorite Disney movie Moana. Carrie Ann called it the “best dance of the night.” Bruno compared it to “the shape of water.”

Total Score: 23

Vernon Davis & Peta Murgatroyd

This former NFL player danced the quickstep to “Be Our Guest” from Beauty & the Beast. Bruno said he “exudes confidence,” and Carrie Anne said they “found [their] balance.” She called it one of her favorite dances of the night.

Total Score: 22

Nev Schulman & Jenna Johnson

Nev dressed up as Jack Sparrow for an Argentine tango inspired by Pirates of the Caribbean. Bruno complimented Nev’s footwork, and Carrie Ann said their lifts were “appropriate.” Derek said he “nailed it.”

Total Score: 24

Johnny Weir & Britt Stewart

Johnny and Britt danced the rumba to “Reflection” from Mulan, in a performance he dedicated to his parents. Carrie Ann said he made the transition from figure skater to ballroom dancer.

Total Score: 24

Jesse Metcalfe & Sharna Burgess

Jesse and Sharna performed the jive to “King of New York” from Newsies. Derek questioned Jesse’s timing, but Bruno said he moved better than he has before. Carrie Ann said she could see him on Broadway, but wasn’t sure about his musicality.

Total Score: 20

Chrishell Stause & Gleb Savchenko

This actress danced the waltz to “A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes” from Cinderella, which she could relate to as a kid. Carrie Ann told her to work on her shoulders, while Derek called it “a beautiful dance.”

Total Score: 22

‘Dancing With The Stars’ Results: Which Star Went Home This Week?

After combining the judges’ scores with the audience votes, we learned that the bottom two couples this week were Anne & Keo and Carole & Pasha. The judges voted for which couple to save. Although they saved Carole last week, this time all three judges chose to save Anne & Keo. That means Carole Baskin had to go home.

What did you think of this week’s dances? Who was your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.

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