“Dancing with the Stars” moved from ABC to Disney+ this season, and now the streaming service has devoted an entire night of the show to itself. “Disney Night” has been a perennial theme on “DWTS” for years, but “Disney+ Night” was slightly different. It wasn’t just a night to pay tribute to original Disney productions. It also featured music and dances inspired by Disney acquisitions that are available to stream — perhaps right after you’re done watching “DWTS,” Disney probably hopes. So who excelled on “Intellectual Property Night” and who was eliminated? Follow along below for our live blog with all our minute-by-minute commentary throughout the evening.
Two celebrities performed Charlestons: fitness model Joseph Baena (inspired by “Hercules”) and drag queen Shangela (“The Princess and the Frog”). Two men got unlucky and received the notoriously difficult samba: actor Trevor Donovan (“Cars”) and “Jersey Shore” star Vinny Guadagnino (“Luca”). Three quicksteps stepped outside the usual Disney animated oeuvre: actress Selma Blair (“The Muppet Show”), actor Daniel Durant (“High School Musical: The Musical: The Series”), and “Bachelorette” star Gabby Windey (“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”). Dancing jazz, a style with much looser technical requirements, were actor Wayne Brady (“Hamilton”), TikTok star Charli D’Amelio (“The Simpsons”), and singer Jordin Sparks (“Coco”).
The last three celebs were the only ones dancing in their respective styles: meteorologist Sam Champion got a “Greatest Showman” paso doble, reality TV personality Heidi D’Amelio performed a “Mary Poppins” Viennese waltz, and country singer Jessie James Decker danced a “Hocus Pocus 2” jive. Surprisingly no “Star Wars” on the agenda. Follow along below for our discussion of the night’s best and worst routines, biggest surprises, and the final outcome.
Jeffrey Kare, 8:01pm — Clever opening that probably serves as self promotion for the streaming service itself.
Daniel Montgomery, 8:02pm — Emphasis on the promotion. Tonight’s probably going to be even more of a Disney ad than previous “Disney Nights.”
DM, 8:04pm — Well I know what episode “DWTS” is submitting for makeup at next year’s Emmys lol
Cordell Martin, 8:04pm — Charli gets the last slot again.
Joseph Baena and Daniella Karagach (Charleston, “Hercules”)
DM, 8:05pm — Daniella is back! “Hercules” is definitely a good fit for Joseph. It’s just a question of whether he’ll have the speed, agility, and lightness to carry off the Charleston.
DM, 8:08pm — Surprisingly light on his feet. Ironically, the weakest parts were all those awkward lifts where he looked like he was about to drop her half the time.
CM, 8:08pm — Yes way too many lifts. Very entertaining but stiff in some parts
JK, 8:09pm — Following his famous father’s footsteps as Hercules, Joseph, back with Daniella for the first time since week one, provides some energetic work. Although they could probably still use some fine tuning.
JUDGES — Len Goodman thought it was lively but it was overloaded with tricks to emphasize his physical strength. Derek Hough thought the Charleston parts were good, but the lifts and tricks were distracting. Bruno Tonioli didn’t mind the lifts, but the problem was there were parts where he lost the timing on his feet. Carrie Ann Inaba thinks he’s a contender, but he needs to work on the ins and outs of the lifts, and he needs to not rush on the music.
SCORES — Carrie Ann (7), Len (7), Derek (7), Bruno (7) = 28
Sam Champion and Cheryl Burke (Paso Doble, “The Greatest Showman”)
DM, 8:13pm — Not gonna lie, I’m really scared for Sam going this early in the night on a dance style I’m not sure is in his wheelhouse. He needs intensity. Does he have the aggression for it? I’m not so sure.
CM, 8:16pm — Yikes. He’s in the bottom tonight
DM, 8:16pm — He was kind of on the struggle bus with that one. Very stiff, but A for effort lol
JK, 8:17pm — That performance to me lacked excitement.
CM, 8:17pm — The performance lacked attack and excitement
JUDGES — Derek can’t help but root for him, but it lacked shape and impact. Bruno thought it was big, ballsy, and dramatic, but it was a little “monolithic” and he almost dropped her in the end. Carrie Ann is proud of him for challenging himself, though he still needs to work on his shaping. Len thinks he’s a showman and gives it 100%, but he needed stronger posture.
SCORES — Carrie Ann (7), Len (6), Derek (6), Bruno (6) = 25
DM, 8:19pm — WTF with that 7 lol
CM, 8:19pm — The 7 was really generous
JK, 8:19pm — I was about to say the same thing.
Jordin Sparks and Brandon Armstrong (Jazz, “Coco”)
DM, 8:20pm — Brandon plans to have Jordin turn a lot in this jazz routine, and turns were what the judges wanted her to work on most. There’s freedom in jazz, though, so it might give her the freedom to excel.
JK, 8:23pm — Jordin starting the performance by singing the slower version was a nice touch. The dance to the faster version was terrific!
CM, 8:23pm — Way to go Jordin
DM, 8:24pm — I liked Jordin’s performance, not sure if it was a breakthrough moment for her, but solid work
CM, 8:24pm — I feel that this would work better as a contemporary
CM, 8:24pm — Four 8’s
JUDGES — Bruno thought she danced with her heart, she was connected, and she managed to make the quality of movement fluid and dynamic. Carrie Ann calls it “spectacular,” she has so many dynamics when she dances. Len thought it had lovely fluid movement, it was her best dance to date. Derek says she lights up the ballroom when she dances, and she nailed the turns.
SCORES — Carrie Ann (9), Len (8), Derek (8), Bruno (9) = 34
JK, 8:27pm — Even better!
CM, 8:27pm — Wow. Good for her
Wayne Brady and Witney Carson (Jazz, “Hamilton”)
DM, 8:29pm — Wayne has to tighten up his footwork after last week’s performance. Jazz is going to be pretty fast-paced, but his Broadway experience might really lend itself to the style, so he may be able to work it out with that footwork.
JK, 8:32pm — I thought that was elegantly stylish.
DM, 8:32pm — I thought it was excellent, but that it was missing a little something I can’t quite put my finger on. I’m not mad at it.
CM, 8:33pm — That was slick and smooth. I agree, Daniel it was missing something.
JUDGES — Carrie Ann thought his feet were on point and “so incredibly rhythmic.” Len is going to call him the postman because he keeps delivering, it was “exceptional.” Derek thinks the texture of his movement expressed his emotion, it was “absolutely sensational.” Bruno agrees about the dancing and took them on a journey with his character.
CM, 8:35pm — We might see a 10 tonight.
JK, 8:35pm — I have a feeling it’s about to happen.
SCORES — Carrie Ann (9), Len (9), Derek (9), Bruno (9) = 36
Daniel Durant and Britt Stewart (Quickstep, “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series”)
DM, 8:37pm — The quickstep is going to be another big challenge for Daniel. I feel like the producers are throwing a lot at him early in the season. He says this one is his most difficult, especially since it’ll be in hold, which judges said he needed to work on. If he can get through this one, there may not be anything he can’t handle.
DM, 8:40pm — Not Daniel’s best dance, but getting through that quickstep was a Herculean task.
JK, 8:40pm — I agree. Still great work nonetheless.
CM, 8:41pm — I agree. He should be safe tonight
DM, 8:41pm — Yeah, he’ll be safe. Getting through the quickstep was a gauntlet for Daniel. The experience should help him with future dances.
JUDGES — Len thought there was too much messing about early on, his frame was better, but there was too much that didn’t gel. Derek agrees with Len that the footwork went a little bit wrong on occasion, but the diagonal pass was sensational. Bruno thought he set the scene and played the part beautifully. His frame was better, but he did lose a step. Carrie Ann admits that he made a lot of mistakes, but when he was in proper technique he handled it.
SCORES — Carrie Ann (7), Len (7), Derek (7), Bruno (8) = 29
DM, 8:46pm — One thing I really like about no commercial breaks is getting these little Derek tutorials about specific dance styles.
Shangela and Gleb Savchenko (Charleston, “The Princess and the Frog”)
DM, 8:46pm — There’s a lot of precise footwork in the Charleston, which will help Shangela fix his technique with that sickle foot. “Am I the last person to know what a sickle foot is?” he says.
CM, 8:50pm — I need Jennifer Lewis on “DWTS” next season!
JK, 8:50pm — That was a lot of fun and very lively.
DM, 8:50pm — Solid work from Shangela, I’d give that an 8, and it had a better lift at the end than Joseph Baena
CM, 8:51pm — There were a few sloppy moments but one of her more entertaining dances
JUDGES — Derek thinks she’s an incredible performer, but it took too long to get to the Charleston. When it got to the dance, though, it was great. Bruno thought it was powerful and strong. Carrie Ann thought she embodied the spirit of the Charleston, but she still needs to point her toes more. Len thought it was full of content and energy, and he’s full of praise.
SCORES — Carrie Ann (8), Len (8), Derek (8), Bruno (8) = 32
Heidi D’Amelio and Artem Chigvintsev (Viennese Waltz, “Mary Poppins”)
DM, 8:55pm — Heidi’s scores keep getting better every week, and now she’s getting an elegant Viennese waltz. It has to be light and graceful, but after the dances she has already done, I think this is going to be a relatively easy layup for her.
DM, 8:58pm — I think that was her best dance and the best dance of the night so far, with some degree of difficulty added with that umbrella prop.
JK, 8:58pm — Individually, they were doing solid work. Together, they did really well.
CM, 8:59pm — It was a cute dance but I have a hard time connecting with her
DM, 8:59pm — I get that. Her technique was on point, though
JUDGES — Bruno thought she was practically perfect, she exuded stardust. Carrie Ann calls her “magical,” her lines were beautiful, she wasn’t too tight. Len thought it had a light, gentle feel. He wanted more in hold than with the umbrella, though. Derek thought it was pretty, clean, and precise, and the best frame of the night so far.
CM, 9:00pm — I’m expecting all 9’s.
DM, 9:00pm — Same.
SCORES — Carrie Ann (9), Len (8), Derek (8), Bruno (9) = 34
JK, 9:02pm — Only halfway close.
Gabby Windey and Val Chmerkovskiy (Quickstep, “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”)
DM, 9:03pm — She has topped the leaderboard for the last two weeks, so Val wants to make sure her footwork is down because the judges will be watching. Maybe they’ll be distracted by the Gamora makeup.
DM, 9:06pm — Another best dance of the night so far. Clean and precise.
JK, 9:06pm — Very amusing song choice and routine.
CM, 9:06pm — Her best dance this season.
JUDGES — Carrie Ann thinks she has everything she needs to win the competition, and this week her performative side came out too. Len appreciates that it was the right kind of quickstep and she didn’t take the easy way out. Derek thought it was a difficult routine and she nailed it. Bruno appreciated the speed of the routine and she didn’t lose the steps once.
CM, 9:07pm — I agree with Carrie Ann regarding her personality coming out
DM, 9:08pm — Being in full makeup and costume probably helped her get out of her head and give a performance.
SCORES — Carrie Ann (9), Len (9), Derek (9), Bruno (9) = 36
DM, 9:10pm — And yet again Gabby and Wayne are tied at the top of the leaderboard. Just needs Charli to get straight 9s now to make it three weeks in a row with the three of them.
Trevor Donovan and Emma Slater (Samba, “Cars”)
DM, 9:11pm — Uh-oh, first samba coming up. Trevor is a little discouraged that last week’s performance was a step down for him, but now they’ve thrown the poor guy a samba. Not only that, but a weird “Cars” samba. And with a shoulder injury from last week’s dance. I’m scared for him.
CM, 9:14pm — Lordy lol
JK, 9:14pm — What the hell was that?!
DM, 9:14pm — There was some samba in there I think LOL. It was … okay in places.
CM, 9:15pm — LOL, he tried. We’ll see how strong his fan base is tonight.
JK, 9:15pm — Indeed.
JUDGES — Len thought his legs were too flexed and it lacked bounce. Derek actually thought the dance was good, but he could see Trevor thinking about the dance in his expression. Bruno says something about Trevor giving a hot ride, but it needed to be a little more elastic. Carrie Ann thinks Trevor has come a long way, and he agrees with Derek that he’s not believing in himself enough.
SCORES — Carrie Ann (7), Len (7), Derek (7), Bruno (7) = 28
CM, 9:19pm — Overscored.
DM, 9:19pm — I dunno, I think 7s weren’t too far off. Maybe should have been 7s mixed with 6s
CM, 9:20pm — He deserved a 6 or two.
Vinny Guadagnino and Koko Iwasaki (Samba, “Luca”)
DM, 9:20pm — Vinny is struggling with some anxiety and stage fright. And now he’s gotta deal with a samba too. Poor guy.
CM, 9:23pm — He tried. It was a little stiff
JK, 9:23pm — That was so incredibly lackluster.
DM, 9:23pm — That was kinda rough, stiff, not very fluid, Trevor’s was better, but Vinny’s a good sport
CM, 9:24pm — Yeah, Vinny will be safe anyways
JUDGES — Derek thinks he’s a sensational performer in character. Bruno also thought he performed in character, but the samba was “far from perfect.” Carrie Ann thinks it was improved from last week with grace and fluidity. Len agrees that it was an improvement because it wasn’t overcomplicated, a nice clear routine with control, his best dance by far.
DM, 9:25pm — Len calling that his best dance was pretty generous.
SCORES — Carrie Ann (8), Len (7), Derek (7), Bruno (7) = 29
JK, 9:27pm — So was that 8 from Carrie Anne.
CM, 9:27pm — What the hell
DM, 9:28pm — What the hell dance did the judges watch?
JK, 9:28pm — I have no frickin’ clue.
CM , 9:28pm — That was annoying. Well I can see Joseph or Trevor joining Sam
Selma Blair and Sasha Farber (Quickstep, “The Muppet Show”)
DM, 9:29pm — Daniel Durant had some trouble with his quickstep tonight. I’m worried about Selma on this style too. But just like with Daniel, if she can just survive it, it’ll benefit her going forward.
JK, 9:31pm — Perfectly matches the tone of “The Muppet Show.”
DM, 9:31pm — Selma really did an excellent job with that quickstep. I think she struggled less with it than Daniel did tonight. There’s nothing she can’t do
CM, 9:32pm — Love her! She better get all 8’s lol
DM, 9:32pm — If she scores a single number lower than Vinny I quit LOL
JUDGES — Bruno thinks she managed the footwork well and didn’t go wrong. Carrie Ann thought it was uplifting and they matched every single line with their timing. Len thought it was fun, entertaining, and joyful. They did clean work in hold. Derek thought it was risky to perform in pants because it could have shown more flaws, but there weren’t any.
SCORES — Carrie Ann (8), Len (8), Derek (8), Bruno (8) = 32
CM, 9:35pm — The judges knew better lol. Well Charli is getting one 10 lol
Jessie James Decker and Alan Bersten (Jive, “Hocus Pocus 2”)
DM, 9:36pm — Jessie needs to work on her technique. I think she’s got real potential, but she needs a breakthrough moment soon or she could get lost in the shuffle.
DM, 9:39pm — Probably Jessie’s best dance, she really handled a lot of difficult choreography there.
CM, 9:40pm — I’m glad to see her have fun
JK, 9:40pm — I thought the staging was creative as was the dancing.
JUDGES — Carrie Ann thought it was by far her best performance with incredible leg action. Len thought her footwork was far sharper and cleaner than last week. Derek is proud of her because she sold it from a performance standpoint, a solid performance from start to finish. Bruno thought it was wicked in the best possible way.
JK, 9:42pm — The two-night show next week was surprising to hear.
CM, 9:42pm — Are we getting a double elimination next week?
JK, 9:42pm — Wouldn’t surprise me.
DM, 9:43pm — Maybe an elimination each night?
SCORES — Carrie Ann (8), Len (7), Derek (8), Bruno (8) = 31
DM, 9:43pm — That 7 from Len was shady. Len gave Jessie the same score as Vinny. No bueno.
Charli D’Amelio and Mark Ballas (Jazz, “The Simpsons”)
DM, 9:44pm — I have a feeling Mark is going to go ham on jazz chorography to “The Simpsons” theme. Charli is worried about wearing a Marge Simpson wig during the routine, though, and so am I. Maybe she could’ve played Lisa Simpson instead?
DM, 9:47pm — Predictably excellent routine from Charli, but not a 10 I don’t think.
CM, 9:47pm — Like c’mon lol
JK, 9:47pm — Crazy…IN AN EXCELLENT WAY!
CM, 9:48pm — I loved it. She’s so getting a 10.
JUDGES — Len loved it, it was full of wit and characterization. Derek thought it was interesting and fascinating, and it’s going to go viral. Bruno didn’t want it to end. Carrie Ann thought it was brilliant.
SCORES — Carrie Ann (9), Len (9), Derek (9), Bruno (9) = 36
CM, 9:51pm — Nevermind lol
JK, 9:51pm — Apparently, we’re still not there yet.
DM, 9:52pm — And for the third week in a row, Charli, Gabby, and Wayne are tied at the top.
1. Wayne Brady — 36
1. Charli D’Amelio — 36
1. Gabby Windey — 36
4. Heidi D’Amelio — 34
4. Jordin Sparks — 34
6. Selma Blair — 32
6. Shangela — 32
8. Jessie James Decker — 31
9. Daniel Durant — 29
9. Vinny Guadagnino — 29
11. Joseph Baena — 28
11. Trevor Donovan — 28
13. Sam Champion — 25
CM, 9:54pm — Bottom 2 predictions? Trevor and Sam. Or Sam and Joseph
JK, 9:54pm — Mine as well.
DM, 9:54pm — Safe from elimination: Jordin Sparks, Gabby Windey, Selma Blair, Heidi D’Amelio, and Shangela.
DM, 9:55pm — Joseph Baena is safe (whew, he might have been at risk), so are Charli D’Amelio, Wayne Brady, Jessie James Decker, Vinny Guadagnino (sigh), and … Daniel Durant (they had me worried for a minute there). Sam Champion and Trevor Donovan are the bottom two.
CM, 9:57pm — Bye Sam.
DM, 9:57pm — Carrie Ann votes to save Trevor. Bruno also votes to save Trevor. Derek votes to save Trevor. That makes it official. And Len makes it unanimous. Trevor is safe, and Sam Champion is eliminated.
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At the end of the night, the couple with the overall lowest score, Trevor Donovan and Emma Slater, were immediately sent home. The other pairs in the bottom were Gleb Savchenko and Shangela and Daniel Durant and Britt Stewart, with the judges being able to save one.How can I watch Dancing with the Stars season 31 Episode 4? ›
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Who left Dancing with the Stars? On Monday, November 21, 2022, the season 31 Dancing with the Stars finale premiered at 8pm ET. Charli D'Amelio was crowned the show's winner. Last week, actor Trevor Donovan and his partner, Emma Slater, were eliminated.Where can I watch past episodes of Dancing with the Stars? ›
Right now you can watch Dancing with the Stars on Hulu Plus, fuboTV, and Disney+.Did anyone get kicked off Dancing with the Stars? ›
Heidi D'Amelio, The D'Amelio Show star and mom to TikTok influencers Charli and Dixie, was saved by the judges both times she landed in the bottom two. But their votes couldn't save her in week 8 when she was sent home automatically for having the lowest score and audience vote of the night.What two couples were sent home on Dancing with the Stars? ›
Daniel Durant and Britt Stewart were then confirmed to be in the bottom two alongside Shangela and Gleb Savchenko. The judges chose to save Shangela and Savchenko, meaning Durant and Stewart were the second couple to be eliminated.Why is Dancing with the Stars new episode not on Hulu? ›
Dancing With the Stars is now available to exclusively stream on Disney+. This will be the only place fans can watch the show, as it will no longer be available to watch live on ABC, the ABC site/app or on Hulu.Is Dancing with the Stars coming back in 2023? ›
The show was renewed for Seasons 31 and 32 on April 8 as part of the move from ABC to Disney+. When will “Dancing with the Stars” Season 32 premiere? Unknown, but sometime in 2023. As he signed off during the Season 31 finale, Alfonso Ribeiro did not indicate when exactly the show will be back in 2023.Will old seasons of DWTS be on Disney Plus? ›
After 30 seasons on ABC, Dancing With the Stars is now only available to watch on Disney+. What that means: you will no longer be able to watch Dancing With the Stars on TV — at least not on traditional cable or network TV.Who had to quit dancing with the stars? ›
Christie Brinkley, Kim Zolciak and More Celebs Forced to Quit 'Dancing With the Stars'
By Ariana Brockington | TODAY • Published November 20, 2022
Cheryl Burke, one of the show's most well-known professional dancers, is bidding farewell to "Dancing with the Stars." Burke announced her upcoming departure from the competition series in a lengthy Instagram post ahead of the season finale on Monday, Nov.
Heidi D'Amelio and Artem Chigvintsev ended up with the lowest scores and were sent home.Why is Dancing with the Stars leaving ABC? ›
Kareem Daniel, chairman of Disney Media and Entertainment Distribution, cited “the show's broad appeal, as well as the overwhelming popularity of its Disney-themed competition nights,” saying the move will help Disney+ “expand our demographic reach.”Will Dancing with the Stars be on Hulu the next day? ›
Though previous seasons of "Dancing with the Stars" aired on ABC and streamed on Hulu the next day, season 31 will only be available to watch on Disney Plus.Why is DWTS on Disney Plus? ›
When the Disney-owned broadcast TV network, ABC, announced it was dropping “Dancing with the Stars” after 30 seasons, the show moved “DWTS” to Disney+ in hopes of bringing more older viewers to the service while also making the show enticing to younger ones.Do guests get paid on Dancing with the Stars? ›
Everyone on the cast gets paid.
Both the dancers and stars are compensated for appearing on the show.
The stoic Lee, 18, was battling a stomach illness and had been vomiting for much of the past week. To the surprise of everyone, Lee ended her dance by sprinting off the dance floor, leaving pro partner Sasha Farber to face the judges and TV audience.Do stars get paid to be on Dancing with the Stars? ›
The initial amount guaranteed for everyone who signs up is a base salary of $125,000, but that contract also includes training for a minimum of 20 hours per week, which begins several weeks before the season even starts. If celebrities make it to weeks three and four, they get an additional $10,000 each week.Who was the first person eliminated on Dancing With the Stars? ›
After the judges' scores and the votes were in, Teresa Giudice and Jason Lewis landed in the bottom two. The judges chose to save Giudice, sending Lewis home.Who was Karens partner in Dancing With the Stars? ›
In 2022, Byrne partnered former professional cyclist, Nicolas Roche. They were eliminated in the quarterfinals, after a dance-off against Ellen Keane and Ervinas Merfeldas. In 2023, Byrne partnered former rugby player, Shane Byrne.
Throughout Dancing With the Stars' 16-year history, some pros have struck up romances with their partners, other contestants and fellow pros — and while some showmances didn't stick, others are now happily married with kids.Is Dancing with the Stars leaving ABC 2022? ›
As “Dancing With the Stars” moves from ABC to Disney+ on Monday, viewers will notice several major changes to the competition series as it makes a historic switch to streaming for Season 31 — most notably, there will be a lot more show than they're used to.Why is Hulu not letting me watch episodes? ›
Perform a power cycle: Turn off your computer (and the modem and router, if applicable). Wait a few minutes, then power back up. Clear the browser cache: Clearing cache removes temporary files and helps free up needed space. Steps vary depending on the browser you're using.Why is Hulu getting rid of shows? ›
But, in carrying so many movies and shows, Hulu is dealing with a great many studios, production companies and broadcasters, and, inevitably, licenses are expiring all the time. That means plenty of shows and movies are leaving Hulu (opens in new tab).Who is the youngest person to win Dancing with the Stars? ›
At 16 years old, Hernandez was the youngest DWTS winner. After her big win with partner Val Chmerkovskiy, the Olympic gymnast embarked on the DWTS Live!
The tour delivers a spectacular night of electrifying dance performances from world-renowned dancers including Brandon Armstrong, Alan Bersten, Sasha Farber, Gleb Savchenko, Emma Slater, Britt Stewart, and So You Think You Can Dance winner Alexis Warr who now appears on Dancing with the Stars.Is Star no longer on Disney Plus? ›
If you have a Disney+ subscription, whether that's monthly or annual, Star comes as default. It doesn't cost any extra.Can you get Disney Plus on an old TV? ›
Disney+ can be added to just about any TV that's on the market. Even if you own a really old TV, you won't be left out. You can stream every Star Wars film from the start to finish. The same goes for The Lion King or Marvel movies such as Avengers: Endgame.Can you watch old on Disney Plus? ›
Now that Disney Plus has launched, you can watch dozens of classic Mickey Mouse shorts, obscure Disney Channel television shows, and low-budget network TV movies from the 1970s and '80s.
During season 28, the model suffered injuries to her wrist and arm that required emergency surgery. Brinkley dropped out after falling during rehearsals and her daughter Sailor stepped in her place for the rest of the season.What celebrity broke their ankle on Dancing with the Stars? ›
The reigning ballroom champion Daniella Karagach will no longer be performing during the Dancing With the Stars live tour. The professional dancer left the tour following an on stage injury. During one of the last dances of the night Karagach broke her ankle.Why is there only 3 judges on Dancing with the Stars? ›
The latter was due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, prompting producers to add six-time champ Derek Hough as a judge. Goodman returned the subsequent season alongside Hough and his fellow OG judges, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli, and the show has had a four-person panel since.How many hours a day do DWTS practice? ›
Rehearsals usually last four hours, often twice a day, which explains weight loss of contestants.Has Derek Hough ever been married? ›
|Occupations||Dancer choreographer actor singer|
|Partner(s)||Hayley Erbert (2015–present, engaged 2022)|
- 1 Derek Hough. I thinks the biggest reason I like him because he is from Utah, and we are known for our great ballroom dancers. ...
- 2 Mark Ballas. ...
- 3 Valentin Chmerkovskiy.
- 4 Maskim Chemerkovsky. ...
- 5 Cheryl Burke. ...
- 6 Sharna Burgess. ...
- 7 Witney Carson.
- 8 Peta Murgatroyd.
Dancing With The Stars Week 7 Recap: Who Scared Up The Best Score On Halloween Night? Last week on Dancing with the Stars, country singer Jessie James Decker and pro Alan Bersten were sent home when the judges voted to save Trevor Donovan and Emma Slater.How did Wayne Brady do on Dancing with the Stars? ›
|Dancing with the Stars 31|
|Highest Score||40 (Salsa, Samba, & Freestyle)|
Unfortunately you can not, even though Hulu is also owned by Disney. Instead, you can only stream Dancing with the Stars on Disney+.Is there any way to watch Dancing with the Stars without Disney Plus? ›
To watch all seasons of "Dancing with the Stars" fans can visit another of Disney's platforms, Hulu. While the newest season of the show will be exclusively available on Disney+, for now fans looking to catch up on past seasons can find old episodes on Hulu.
Will Dancing with the Stars return for season 32? Yes! DWTS was officially picked up for season 32--alongside season 31--in April 2022. It was part of an announcement from Disney that also revealed the series would be moving to Disney+ from ABC.Is Star Plus the same as Disney Plus? ›
Star (stylized as ST★R) is a content hub within the Disney+ streaming service that launched on February 23, 2021. The hub is available in a subset of countries where Disney+ is operated. In Latin America, a separate streaming service, Star+, was launched on August 31, 2021.Why are Disney shows not on Disney Plus? ›
Under exceptional circumstances Disney+ will omit certain episodes from a TV series for a range of possible reasons such as ratings, rights availability, or other editorial decisions. If you have questions or comments about specific content missing from Disney+, please contact Disney+ Customer Service.Who won Dancing with the Stars 2022? ›
On November 21, Charli D'Amelio took home the Mirrorball Trophy on the finale of Dancing With the Stars season 31.Who was eliminated on Disney villains night? ›
That meant a double elimination on Tuesday. The show said goodbye to actor Brian Austin Green and his partner Sharna Burgess, along with former "Bachelor" Matt James and his partner Lindsay Arnold.Who got kicked off Dancing with the Stars on Monday night? ›
Heidi D'Amelio and Artem Chigvintsev ended up with the lowest scores and were sent home.Who went home on Dancing with the Star? ›
Jessie James Decker and Alan Bersten (10th Place)
It ended with a split decision: Derek Hough votes to save Jessie, but Bruno Tonioli, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Len Goodman voted to save Trevor, so Jessie was eliminated.
Cheryl Ladd and her partner Louis Van Amstel were eliminated on 'Dancing With the Stars' week 3. Next week is the first ever Disney+ night!Who is the evilest girl Disney villain? ›
- 8 Madame Medusa.
- 7 Mother Gothel.
- 6 Evil Queen.
- 5 Cruella De Vil.
- 4 Yzma.
- 3 Ursula.
- 2 Lady Tremaine.
- 1 Maleficent.
Maleficent – Perhaps the meanest character in Disney's history is Maleficent. The evil mistress from “Sleeping Beauty” puts a curse on Aurora after she isn't invited to her christening.
1. Cruella De Vil. Cruella De Vil, 101 Dalmatians' glamorous, sociopathic, and elitist villain, is on top of our list.Why was Brooke fired from Dancing with the Stars? ›
And now professional dancer Peta Murgatroyd is shedding light on why the 42-year-old was let go. In a new blog post on People.com, the dancing pro believes the show's search for a 'younger demographic' was behind Brooke's replacement by 'girl-next-door' Erin Andrews.What NFL players were on DWTS? ›
Lewis joins the likes of Jerry Rice, Hines Ward, Emmitt Smith, Michael Irvin, Keyshawn Johnson, Doug Flutie, Jason Taylor, Warren Sapp, Lawrence Taylor, Chad Johnson, Kurt Warner, Donald Driver, Jacoby Jones, Antonio Brown, Calvin Johnson, Rashad Jennings, Terrell Owens, Josh Norman, and DeMarcus Ware.Did Wayne Brady win Dancing with the Stars? ›
World's Most Famous Dancer Wins Dancing With the Stars
The live finale aired on Disney+ and featured D'Amelio and her dance partner Mark Ballas beating out fellow finalists Gabby Windey and Val Chmerkovskiy, Wayne Brady and Witney Carson, and Shangela and Gleb Savchenko.
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Country music singer Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough were crowned the champions, while Disney Channel star Zendaya and Valentin Chmerkovskiy finished in second place, and Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones and Karina Smirnoff finished third.Who has the highest scores on Dancing with the Stars? ›
D'Amelio got her first perfect score, and the highest score in the history of DWTS, a 50 out of 50 thanks to having a fifth person on the panel. The judges raved about the technique and elegance in her foxtrot with Hough exclaiming "I would give that a 12 if I could!"Why did Selma leave Dancing with the Stars? ›
Selma Blair leaves Dancing with the Stars due to multiple sclerosis. What is it? The actress Blair has been competing on the dance show for the past four weeks, but bowed out due to doctors' orders regarding her multiple sclerosis illness.Did Charli get eliminated from Dancing with the Stars? ›
Congratulations are in order for Miss Charli D'Amelio, who won the 31st season of "Dancing With the Stars," and the Mirror Ball trophy with partner Mark Ballas.