Top 10 Best Witney Carson Performances on ‘Dancing With The Stars’
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Professional dancer, Witney Carson has graced the Dancing With The Stars stage with a series of unforgettable performances. Her talent, versatility, and ability to forge deep emotional connections through dance have led to a string of performances that have left audiences in awe. Let’s take a look at some of Carson’s best dances.
Top 10 Best Witney Carson DWTS Performances
10. Contemporary With Kel Mitchell
In Season 28’s semi-finals, Carson partnered with Kel Mitchell, created a contemporary masterpiece that hit every emotion. Set to Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You,” the routine paid tribute to Kel’s personal encounter with gang violence. With the choreography, they then painted a clear picture of resilience and loss.
9. Contemporary With Frankie Muniz
Carson’s brilliance took center stage during Season 25’s “Halloween Night.” Partnered with Frankie Muniz, the duo delivered a contemporary dance to “Every Breath You Take.” The judges’ praise for the dance’s storytelling and dramatic intensity showed off both Muniz’s abilities as a dance and the skills of Witney Carson as a choreographer.
8. Salsa With Milo Manheim
Season 27 of DWTS featured the partnership of Carson and Milo Manheim. Anticipation was certainly high for their salsa performance, since they prepared to take the stage alongside Riker Lynch for a trio dance. It’s crazy that this dance was only four weeks into the competition!
7. Viennese Waltz With Von Miller
In a fairytale moment on “Disney Night” during Season 22, Carson and Von Miller enchanted audiences with their Viennese Waltz set to “A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes.” Transforming into Cinderella and Prince Charming, the duo effortlessly acted as their characters, and also drew viewers into their magical world.
6. Cha-Cha-Cha With Vanilla Ice
In a fusion of dance styles that bridged eras, Carson teamed up with Vanilla Ice for a Cha-Cha-Cha performance during the opening week of Season 23. Tasked with bringing out the dance moves from a rapper known for his hit “Ice Ice Baby,” Carson brought together traditional Cha-Cha steps and hip-hop’s flair.
5. Paso Doble With Carlos PenaVega
In their “Halloween Week” Season 21 performance, Carson and Carlos PenaVega delivered a Paso Doble to the haunting strains of “O Fortuna.” Carson’s choreography and PenaVega’s commitment to mastering every detail culminated in a display of intensity, drama, and raw passion that captured the essence of the dance.
4. Contemporary With Milo Manheim
In a captivating Halloween-themed performance on Season 27, Carson and Manheim showcased their mastery of contemporary dance with an unforgettable routine set to Britney Spears’ “Toxic.” Carson’s choreography, combined with the spine-tingling concept and exceptional execution, created a nail-biting atmosphere that drew the audience in.
3. Freestyle With Alfonso Ribeiro
Carson’s partnership with Alfonso Ribeiro resulted in a sensational freestyle dance that showcased their unique creativity and innovation on the dance floor. With elements like a tap dance break and a nostalgic Fresh Prince of Bel Air throwback, the routine was a brilliant compilation of their best moments from the entire season.
2. Viennese Waltz With Chris Soules
Carson’s choreography struck a chord with Chris Soules, the Bachelor star who had been considered an underdog throughout the competition. Their elegant Viennese Waltz to “Hopelessly Devoted to You” was a turning point as they glided across the dance floor, seamlessly connecting with the music.
1. Jazz With Alfonso Ribeiro
Carson and Ribeiro delivered a Jazz performance on Week Four of Season 19, celebrating Ribeiro’s “Most Memorable Year.” With a playful and flirty routine set in a mansion, the dance paid homage to both Ribeiro’s iconic legacy and his fans’ ’90s nostalgia. Seamlessly blending fresh, entertaining moves with long-awaited throwbacks, the dance became a timeless favorite. Capturing the heart of both Carson and Ribeiro and earning the top spot in their journey.