Monday, April 1, 2013

DWTS Season 16: It's Prom Night!

I was so excited for this week's theme.  I love anything that deals with prom.  This week you can vote for your favorite Prom King and Queen on Twitter using #promNAME.  The two couples with the highest votes get an added 2 points to their score.  The show started off with a prom group dance number.  All the couples danced together with each couple getting to show off their own moves.  I loved it!  It was the perfect way to start the show.

Aly Raisman and Mark Ballas:
She has never been in love yet so she had to work on portraying that emotion.  This week she danced the Viennese Waltz.  I love her and she dances so beautifully.  I loved the story they showed where cupid shot them.  She really did good at appearing in love.  Her score was 23 out of 30.

Andy Dick and Sharna Burgess:
He keeps over thinking the dances.  This week he danced the Cha Cha.  His story was the nerd getting the hot girl.  It was VERY entertaining.  He isn't the greatest dancer but he tries really hard.  I hope he doesn't go home.  His score was 18 out of 30.

Ingo Rademacher and Kym Johnson:
He really wanted to improve his scores.  This week he danced the Paso Doble.  I actually really enjoyed this dance.  It was all about the bad boy getting the good girl.  I think could be a front runner if he works hard enough.  His score was 21 out of 30.

Lisa Vanderpump and Gleb Savchenko:
She was desperate for votes because they were in danger last week.  This week she danced the Viennese Waltz.  It was the best she has done so far.  She missed a few steps but it was good.  Her score was 21 out of 30.

Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough:
She wanted to stay on the top of the leader board.   This week she danced the Jive.  I LOVED IT!  It had tons of tricks and was so fast.  She never missed a step!  I have no other words for it.  Her score was 25 out of 30.

Victor Ortiz and Lindsay Arnold:
He worked extra hard because he almost went home.  This week he danced Contemporary.  I was honestly surprised.  This dance was so beautiful!  I didn't want it to end!  It just had so much emotion.  He has improved a lot.  His score was 23 out of 30.

D.L. Hughley and Cheryl Burke:
Surprisingly he was saved last week.  The week he danced Salsa.  It was bad.  He barely moved and I didn't see many salsa moves.  He tries but it just isn't helping him.  If he stays another week I'll be shocked.  His score was 16 out of 30.

Jacoby Jones and Karina Smirnoff:
His high school was destroyed in Hurricane Katrina so he dedicated this dance to them.  This week he danced the Rumba.  It was beautiful and sexy.  I really liked it.  He really surprised me.  His score was 24 out of 30.

Wynonna Judd and Tony Dovolani:
This week she wanted to take more risks.  This week she danced the Samba.  It was a hot mess.  There was even pole dancing.  She had potential but not this week.  She should be worried.  Her score was 15 out of 30.

Sean Lowe and Peta Murgatroyd:
He just wanted everybody to have fun.  This week he danced the Cha  Cha.  It was very fun and the best he has done.  You can't go wrong dancing to the YMCA.  He still needs work but at least he is improving.  His score was 21 out of 30.

Zendaya Coleman and Val Chmerkovskiy:
This is her first prom ever!  This week she danced the Viennese Waltz.  It was very good.  For only being 16 she dances so maturely.  This was doing this dance for her Grandma.  I always love her dances.  Her score was 24 out of 30.

Check back tomorrow to find out who is going home!