January 2018 Film Releases

New year and lots of new movies coming out! Good mix this month with some horror, some romance, and lots of action.

Insidious: The Last Key

Release Date: January 5th
Dir. Adam Robitel
Prod. Jason Blum, Oren Peli, James Wan, Leigh Wannell
Studio: Universal Pictures
Genre: Supernatural Horror
Starring: Lin Shaye, Angus Sampson, Leigh Wannell, Josh Stewart, Caitlin Gerard

Elise Rainier travels to New Mexico to investigate disturbing supernatural forces in her old home.




Release Date: January 5th
Dir. Simon West
Prod. Matthew Jenkins
Studio: Momentum Pictures
Genre: Action Thriller
Starring: Dominic Cooper, Gemma Chan, Austin Stowell, Tyler Hoechlin, Tom Felton


Dominic Cooper stars as John Stratton, a Special Boat Service operator in Northern Ireland who must track down a terrorist cell.

The Commuter

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Release Date: January 12th
Dir. Jaume Collet-Serra
Prod. Andrew Rona, Alex Heineman
Studio: Lionsgate
Genre: Action
Starring: Liam Neeson, Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Jonathan banks, Elizabeth McGovern, Sam Neill


A man gets caught up in a deadly game while on his way home from work. What started as a normal day now has him racing to find a hidden passenger on the train to save his life and those of his fellow commuters.

Proud Mary

Release Date: January 12th
Dir. Babak Najafi
Prod. Tai Duncan, Paul Schiff
Studio: Screen Gems
Genre: Action Thriller
Starring: Taraji P. Henson, Billy Brown, Danny Glover, Neal McDonough, Xander Berkeley, Maragaret Avery

Taraji P. Henson plays Mary, a hitwoman working in Boston who inadvertently orphans a young boy when her latest job goes sideways.

12 Strong

Release Date: January 19th
Dir. Nicolai Fuglsig
Prod. Jerry Bruckheimer, Molly Smith, Thad Luckinbill, Trent Luckinbill
Studio: Warner Bros.
Genre: War Drama
Starring: Chris Hemsworth, Elsa Pataky, Michael Shannon, Michael Pena, Trevante Rhodes

Based on the book, Horse Soldiers, the film follows 12 soldiers who, after the 9/11 attacks, are sent to Afghanistan to help fight the Taliban.

Den of Thieves

Den of Thieves

Release Date: January 19th
Dir. Christian Gudegast
Prod. Mark Canton, Christian Gudegast, Ryan Kavanaugh, Tucker Tooley
Studio: STX Entertainment
Genre: Heist Action Thriller
Starring: Gerard Butler, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Pablo Schreiber, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Evan Jones, Dawn Olivieri, Mo McRae, Max Holloway

Following a group of robbers as they plan the biggest heist of their careers as well as the cops who both work against and with the criminals.

The Leisure Seeker

Release Date: January 19th
Dir. Paolo Virzi
Prod. Fabrizio Donvito, Marco Cohen, Benedetto Habib
Studio: Sony Pictures Classics
Genre: Italian-French Road Film
Starring: Donald Sutherland and Helen Mirren

A couple escape from their adult children and their lives full of doctors appointments by taking a road trip from Boston to the Florida Keys.

Maze Runner: The Death Cure

Death Cure

Release Date: January 26th
Dir. Wes Ball
Prod. Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Wyck Godfrey, Marty Bowen, Lee Stollman, Wes Ball
Studio: 20th Century Box
Genre: Dystopian Science Fiction Action Thriller
Starring: Dylan O’Brien, Kaya Scodelario, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Nathalie Emmanuel, Giancarlo Esposito, Aidan Gillen, Walton Goggins, Ki Hong Lee, Barry Pepper, Will Poulet, Patricia Clarkson

In this final chapter of The Maze Runner trilogy, Thomas and the other Gladers must break into the “Last City”. Controller by WCKD and full of deadly traps, it will be their most dangerous adventure yet, but it will also get them the answers they need.

Lots of great films being released in 2018 and this is just the start!

Which of these films are you most excited about?

Personally, I can’t wait for The Death Cure or Insidious. Not too sure I’ll paying to see Liam Neeson ride a train though.

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RIP Rob Stewart


Today I attended the funeral for Rob Stewart.

Rob was an environmentalist and filmmaker with a passion for sharks and a unique ability to make other people care about the same things he did.

The first time I heard of Rob Stewart was back in ninth grade when my science teacher showed the class Sharkwater. It completely changed my world.

I was lucky enoug to get to meet Rob once at a screening for his second film, Revolution. I was about fifteen at the time and beyond terrified to speak to him. How often do we get to meet someone we idolized and looked up to?

Despite my nerves, Rob was incredibly nice. He spoke to me for a few minutes, signed my copy of his book, and took a photo with me. It’s a moment in my life I’ve never forgotten and will cherish even more now.

When I heard the news Rob had gone missing I thought it had to be a joke. One of those horrible hoaxes you hear about on Facebook or Twitter. But then I realized it was his own page that had posted and it wasn’t a joke.

For those three days I constantly checked Facebook, the news, anywhere I could to see any updates about what was going on. I hoped beyond hope that he would be found safe.

When the news came on Friday that he had been found I was heartbroken. It didn’t feel real. I just couldn’t believe that this man who had had so much affect on the world and who still had so much left to do, was suddenly gone.

My heart goes out to his parents, sister, the rest of his family, and his friends.

It also goes out to everyone who admired Rob and all the work he did to affect change.

I would also like to thank his family for opening his funeral to the public. Being given the chance to hear everyone speak of him and say goodbye was something I didn’t think I would have the chance to do and it meant more than they will ever know.

Rest in Peace Rob Stewart

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The Walking Dead Mid-Season Premier: “Rock in the Road”


7B is here! The Walking Dead returned tonight in an adrenaline packed episode that reunited old friends and introduced new ones.

The episode picked up exactly where 7A left off: with the group at The Hilltop trying to convince Gregory he needed to join them in their fight against Negan.

While this didn’t work, hope was still there as Jesus introduced the group to King Ezekiel at The Kingdom. Unfortunately, this also didn’t work.

This whole interaction was a long time coming and as a viewer it was incredibly exciting to see these three communities come together (I mean, not really, but they all know the others exist now).

We made it almost all the way through the episode thinking that things might actually be starting to look up. Surely The Hilltop and The Kingdom will eventually be convinced to join Rick and the others and they’ll defeat Negan.

They finally had one up on the Saviours. Negan and his men don’t know the three groups know about each other.


Not only that, but Team Family managed to get their hands on some explosives that were set up and meant to protect The Sanctuary from Walkers, but will now be used against them instead.

Then, in true Walking Dead style, in the last ten seconds the group once again seems to be in immediate danger (though it seems Rick disagrees).

While out looking for Gabriel the group is surrounded by an even larger group of people.

At first I thought they were Saviours, but then realized the weapons were all wrong. Then I thought it was that group Tara had met, but then saw there were men and knew it couldn’t be them either.

And, despite Rick smiling and seeming very happy, I was definitely yelling at my screen by the time the credits rolled.

The only thing this episode was missing was a reunion between Carol and the others. Though, with Daryl now staying The Kingdom, I suspect that will happen sooner rather than later.

Next weeks episode looks amazing and I can’t wait for next Sunday to get here.

Let me know what you thought of the episode!

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74th Annual Golden Globes

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A night full of talented stars, awkward jokes, and too-long acceptance speeches. Yes, the Golden Globes are here again!

The event kicked off with an amazing opening number (seriously, how amazing were the kids from Stranger Things?!). This was followed by a monologue that was equal parts awkward and hilarious.

There were, of course, jokes made about Donald Trump and what an awful year 2016 was.

And then it was onto the awards!

Best Supporting Actor:
Aaron Taylor-Johnson – Nocturnal Animals
Mahershala Ali – Moonlight
Jeff Bridges – Hell or High Water
Simon Helberg – Florence Foster Jenkins
Dev Patel – Lion

Best Actor in a TV Drama:
Billy Bob Thornton – Goliath
Rami Malek – Mr. Robot
Bob Odenkirk – Better Call Saul
Matthew Rhys – The Americans
Liev Schreiber – Ray Donovan

Best Actress in a TV Musical or Comedy:
Tracee Ellis Ross – Black-ish
Rachel Bloom – Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Julia Louis-Dreyfus – Veep
Sarah Jessica Parker – Divorce
Issa Rae – Insecure
Gina Rodriguez – Jane the Virgin

Best Musical or Comedy
Mozart in the Jungle

Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Film;$
Sarah Paulson – The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story
Felicity Huffman – American Crime
Riley Keough – The Girlfriend Experience
Charlotte Rampling – London Spy
Kerry Washington – Confirmation


Best Miniseries or TV Film:
The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story
American Crime
The Dresser
The Night Manager
The Night Of

Best Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie:
Hugh Laurie – The Night Manager
Sterling K. Brown – The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story
John Lithgow – The Crown
Christian Slater – Mr. Robot
John Travolta – The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story

Best Original Score:
Justin Hurwitz – La La Land
Nicholas Britell – Moonlight
Johann Johannsson – Arrival
Dustin O’Halloran & Hauschka – Lion
Hans Zimmer, Pharrell Williams, & Benjamin Wallifisch – Hidden Figures

Best Original Song:
“City of Stars” – La La Land
“Can’t Stop This Feeling!” – Trolls
“Faith” – Sing
“Gold” – Gold
“How Far I’ll Go” – Moana

Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture:
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Naomie Harris – Moonlight
NicoleKidman – Lion
Octavia Spencer – Hidden Figures
Michelle Williams – Manchester by the Sea

Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or TV Film:
Olivia Colman – The Night Manager
Lena Headey – Game of Thrones
Chrissy Metz – This is Us
Mandy Moore – This is Us
Thandie Newton – Westworld

Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy:
Ryan Gosling – La La Land
Colin Farrell – The Lobster
Hugh GrantFlorence Foster Jenkins
Jonah Hill – War Dogs
Ryan Reynolds – Deadpool

Best Screenplay:
Damien Chazelle – La La Land
Tom Ford – Nocturnal Animals
Barry Jenkins – Moonlight
Kenneth Lonergan – Manchester by the Sea
Taylor Sheridan – Hell or High Water

Best Animated Film:
Kubo and the Two Strings
My Life as a Zuccini

Between the awards there was a beautiful tribute to Carrie Fischer and Debbie Reynolds, a pair whose deaths truly shook the world.

Best Foreign Language Film:
Elle (France)
Divines (France)
Neruda (Chile)
The Salesman (Iran/France)
Toni Erdmann (Germany)

Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Film:
Tom Hiddleston – The Night Manager
Riz Ahmed – The Night Of
Bryan Cranston – All the Way
John Turturro – The Night Of
Courtney B. Vance – The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story

Best Actress in a Drama Series:
Claire Foy – The Crown
Winona Ryder – Stranger Things
Caitriona Balfe – Outlander
Keri Russell – The Americans
Evan Rachel Wood – Westworld

Best Drama Series:
The Crown
Game of Thrones
Stranger Things
This Is Us

Meryl Streep was awarded the Cecil B. DeMille Award for Lifetime Achievement and delivered the most heartfelt and powerful speech I have ever heard. She urged people to hold those in positions of power accountable for their actions and it was crystal clear who she was talking about.

Best Director:
Damien Chazelle – La La Land
Tom Ford – Nocturnal Animals
Mel Gibson – Hacksaw Ridge
Barry Jenkins – Moonlight
Kenneth Londergan – Manchester by the Sea

Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy:
Donald Glover – Atlanta
Anthony Anderson – Black-ish
Gael Garcia Bernal – Mozart in the Jungle
Nick Nolte – Gravest
Jeffrey Tambor – Transparent

Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy:
Emma Stone – La La Land
Annette Bening – 20th Century Women
Lily Collins – Rules Don’t Apply
Hailee Steinfeld – The Edge of Seventeen
Meryl Streep – Florence Foster Jenkins

Best Musical or Comedy:
La La Land
20th Century Women
Foster Jenkins
Sing Street

Best Actor in a Drama:
Casey Affleck – Manchester by the Sea
Joel Edgerton – Loving
Andrew Garfield – Hacksaw Ridge
Viggo Mortensen – Captain Fantastic
Denzel Washington – Fences

Best Actress in a Drama:
Isabelle Huppert – Elle
Amy Adams – Arrival
Jessica Chastain – Miss Sloane
Ruth Negga – Loving
Natalie Portman – Jackie

Best Drama:
Hacksaw Ridge
Hell or High Water
by the Sea

What a truly spectacular night it was! So many amazing actors and actresses won some very well deserved awards and gave some fantastic speeches. Meryl Streep’s in particular is one I believe people will be talking about all year.

Awards Season is officially upon us and I’m incredibly excited to see how the rest of it goes.

Were there any award winners you were surprised by?

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The Walking Dead Season 7 Premier: “The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be”

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The wait is finally over!

After months of agonizing and wondering and betting on who was at the other end of Negan’s bat we finally have an answer.

And you know what?

I want to go back to not knowing. I’d rather continue wondering for years to come if only last night didn’t have to happen.

But it did happen and it is with great sadness that we lost…


Abraham and Glenn.

Yes, both of them. Both in what is probably the most gruesome and violent death we’ve seen on The Walking Dead. It was horrific to watch and I don’t think I’ve ever cried that much watching a show before.

And yet, as sad as both their deaths were I’m almost glad they went out the way they did and not just from getting bit.

Don’t get me wrong, I’d have liked to see them both live long lives, but if these two badass characters had to go out, I’d rather have it be in a way that was meaningful to the story, the other characters, and to everyone watching.

With Abraham’s parting words of “Suck my nuts” and Glenn telling Maggie he’ll find her, these are two characters who, despite being gone, are going to continue to play vital roles in this show.

This episode wasn’t just about finding out who was on the other end of the bat though. This episode was also about breaking Rick.

I’d say Negan was successful in doing exactly that.

It will be interesting to see the direction each character takes and the way they handle what has happened.

With Rick broken down, Maggie seemingly prepared to fight, and Daryl held hostage by Negan, there’s no clear path that they can take without more of their own getting killed.

Next week we get our first look at the Kingdom which is where Morgan and Carol are currently staying, completely oblivious to what has just happened to their group.

What do you think will happen next week?

How do you think Morgan and Carol will react when they hear what happened?

RIP Glenn Rhee & Sgt. Abraham Ford

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Dancing With the Stars Week Six Recap: Famous Dances Night

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Season 22 | Week 6 | Aired: April 25th, 2016

Week Six on DWTS and the couples are dancing to famous dances from various films and performances.

Here are the scores:

Kim Fields & Sasha Farber
Dance: Jive
Song: “You Can’t Stop the Beat” – Hairspray
Score: 24

Von Miller & Witney Carson
Dance: Jazz
Song: “Bad” – Michael Jackson
Score: 24

Jodie Sweetin & Keo Motsepe
Dance: Contemporary
Song: “Try” – Pink
Score: 25

Paige VanZant & Mark Ballas
Dance: Jazz
Song: “Soul Bossa Nova” – Quincy Jones
Score: 28

Nyle DiMarco & Peta Murgatroyd
Dance: Quickstep
Song: “Hey Pachuco” – Royal Crown Revue
Score: 25

Ginger Zee & Val Chmerkovskiy
Dance: Jazz
Song: “Nasty” – Janet Jackson
Score: 24

Doug Flutie & Karina Smirnoff
Dance: Bollywood
Song: “Jai Ho” – A.R. Rahman
Score: 21
*Lowest Score*

Wanya Morris & Lindsay Arnold
Dance: Jazz
Song: “Bye Bye Bye” – N’Sync
Score: 29
*Highest Score*

Antonio Brown & Sharna Burgess
Dance: Jive
Song: “Footloose” – Kenny Loggins
Score: 27

Two couples received tens this week, but unfortunately someone did have to go home.

The three couples in jeopardy were Von & Witney, Paige & Mark, and Doug & Karina. The couple eliminated was Doug and Karina.

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Whose famous dance did you like best? Is your favourite couple still in the running?

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Dancing With the Stars Week Five Recap: “Switch Up Week”

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Season 22 | Week Five | Aired: April 18th, 2016

So I fell behind on watching Dancing With the Stars, but I finally managed to get caught up just in time for the quarter finals. How are there only six couples left already? However! This recap is not for the quarter finals, it is for week five: Switch Up Week!

From the celebs having new partners to a live performance by James Bay to Maks Chmerkovskiy guest judging, it was quite a night.

Here are the scores:

Wanya Morris & Witney Carson
Dance: Tango
Song: “Hold Back the River” – James Bay
Score: 30

Kim Fields & Keo Motsepe
Dance: Viennese Waltz
Song: “These Arms of Mine” – Otis Redding”
Score: 28

Doug Flutie & Peta Murgatroyd
Dance: Tango
Song: “Black and Gold” – Sam Sparro
Score: 28

Ginger Zee & Mark Ballas
Dance: Salsa
Song: “La Malanga” – Eddie Palmieri
Score: 32

Antonio Brown & Karina Smirnoff
Dance: Cha-Cha-Cha
Song: “Son of a Preacher Man” – Dusty Springfield
Score: 26

Paige VanZant & Sasha Farber
Dance: Rumba
Song: “Perfect” – One Direction
Score: 31

 Von Miller & Lindsay Arnold
Dance: Jive
Song: “Hips” – Beans and Fatback
Score: 29

Nyle DiMarco & Sharna Burgess
Dance: Viennese Waltz
Song: “I Get to Love You” – Ruelle
Score: 37
*First 10 of the season*

Jodie Sweetin & Val Chmerkovskiy
Dance: Paso Doble
Song: “Under Control” – Calvin Harris & Alesso feat. Hurts
Score: 35

Now, because it was Switch Up Week there was no elimination, but it was definitely interesting seeing how each of the celebs did dancing with someone else.

And I was so proud of Nyle getting the first ten of the season! And from Len no less!

Did you enjoy Switch Up Week?

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Dancing With the Stars Week Four Recap: “Disney Night”

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Season 22 | Week 4 | Aired: April 11, 2016

It’s “Disney Night” on DWTS! This week the couples will be dancing to songs from Disney films and I am so incredibly exciting.

The scores this week will be out of 40 as this week Zendaya will be a guest judge.

Here are the scores for week four:

Antonio Brown & Sharna Burgess
Dance: Jazz
Song: “Friend Like Me”
Score: 35
Disney Film: Aladdin

Marla Maples & Tony Dovolani
Dance: Waltz
Song: “Part of Your World”
Score: 28
Disney Film: Little Mermaid
*In Jeopardy*

Nyle DiMarco & Peta Murgatroyd
Dance: Samba
Song: “Trashin’ the Camp”
Score: 34
Disney Film: Tarzan

Doug Flutie & Karina Smirnoff
Dance: Jazz
Song: “A Spoonful of Sugar”
Score: 24
Disney Film: Mary Poppins
*Lowest Score of the Night*

Kim Fields & Sasha Farber
Dance: Quickstep
Song: “I Wan’na Be Like You”
Score: 32
Disney Film: The Jungle Book

Jodie Sweetin & Keo Motsepe
Dance: Cha-Cha-Cha
Song: “Try Everything”
Score: 27
Disney Film: Zootopia
*In Jeopardy*

Von Miller & Witney Carson
Dance: Viennese Waltz
Song: “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes”
Score: 32
Disney Film: Cinderella

Ginger Zee & Val Chmerkovskiy
Dance: Foxtrot
Song: “Belle”
Score: 36
Disney Film: Beauty and the Beast
*Tied for Highest Score of the Night*

Wanya Morris & Lindsay Arnold
Dance: Samba
Song: “Circle of Life”
Score: 35
Disney Film: The Lion King

Paige VanZant & Mark Ballas
Dance: “Quickstep”
Song: “You’ve Got a Friend in Me”
Score: 36
Disney Film: Toy Story
*Tied for Highest Score of the Night*

This was such a great week with some amazing dances and some not so amazing dances.

Unfortunately, this is a competition which means someone has to go home.

Tonight, the couples in jeopardy were Marla & Tony and Jodie & Keo.

The couple eliminated were Marla & Tony.

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Dancing With the Stars Week Three Recap: “Most Memorable Year”

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It’s Week Three on DWTS! Or, it was, last week. Thanks to having the flu kick my ass all week this recap is late, but it’s finally here! I finally got to watch Week Three!

It’s was “Most Memorable Year” night on DWTS and the stars came together with their pro partners to create dances for their most memorable year.

Here are the scores for Week Three:

Ginger Zee & Val Chmerkovskiy
Dance: Contemporary
Song: “Home” – Phillip Phillips
Score: 21
Most Memorable Year: 2013, the year she met her husband

Doug Flutie & Karina Smirnoff
Dance: Waltz
Song: “The Rainbow Connection” – Kermit the Frog
Score: 21
Most Memorable Year: 2015, the year he lost both his parents
*In Jeopardy*

Kim Fields & Sasha Farber
Dance: Foxtrot
Song: “The Facts of Life Theme” – Al Burton, Gloria Loring, & Alan Thicke
Score: 22
Most Memorable Year: 1976, the year she booked her first gig

Von Miller & Witney Carson
Dance: Contemporary
Song: “In the Air Tonight” – Phil Collins
Score: 20
Most Memorable Year: 2016, the year he and his team won the Superbowl

Marla Maples & Tony Dovolani
Dance: Jive
Song: “Happy” – Pharrell Williams”
Score: 21
Most Memorable Year: 1993, the year she had her daughter

Antonio Brown & Sharna Burgess
Dance: Foxtrot
Song: “7 Years” – Lukas Graham
Score: 20
Most Memorable Year: 2007, the year his son was born

Paige VanZant & Mark Ballas
Dance: Paso Doble
Song: “300 Violin Orchestra” – Jorge Quintero
Score: 23
Most Memorable Year: 2014, her first UFC fight

Jodie Sweetin & Keo Motsepe
Dance: Foxtrot
Song: “Rise Up” Andra Day
Score: 23
Most Memorable Year: 2015, the year Full House came back
*In Jeopardy*

Mischa Barton & Artem Chigvintsev
Dance: Samba
Song: “Party in the USA” – Miley Cyrus
Score: 18
Most Memorable Year: 2008, the year she left the O.C. and returned home
*Lowest Score of the Night*
*In Jeopardy*

Wanya Morris & Lindsay Arnold
Dance: Waltz
Song: “National Anthem” – Boyz II Men
Score: 24
Most Memorable Year: 1996, when Boyz II Men sang the National Anthem after a National

Nyle DiMarco & Peta Murgatroyd
Dance: Tango
Song: “Verge” – Owl City feat. Aloe Blacc
Score: 25
Most Memorable Year: 2012, the year he travelled the world
*Highest Score of the Night*

Unfortunately there had to be an elimination and this week the couples in jeopardy were Jodie & Keo, Mischa & Artem, and Doug & Karina.

The couple eliminated was Mischa & Artem.

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What did you think of Week Three? Who are you rooting for?

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Dancing With the Stars Week Two Recap: “Latin Night”

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Season 22 | Week 2 | Aired: March 28, 2016

It’s Week Two on DWTS and it’s Latin Night! After what I’m going to once again call an interesting start to the season last year, tonight was definitely just as interesting.

With a Donald Trump themed dance and Mark Ballas out of commission due to a back injury it was obvious there would be no slowing down.

Here are the scores for the night:

Jodie Sweetin & Keo Motsepe
Dance: Samba
Song: “Bun Up the Dance” – Dillon Francis & Skrillex
Score: 21

Marla Maples & Tony Dovolani
Dance: Argentine Tango
Song: “Don’t” – Ed Sheeran
Score: 20

Geraldo Rivera & Edyta Silwinska
Dance: Salsa
Song: “Ran Kan Kan” – Tito Puente”
Score: 13
*Lowest Score*

Paige VanZant & Alan (Standing in for Mark Ballas)
Dance: Salsa
Song: “Danza Kuduro” – Don Omar feat. Lucenzo
Score: 24

Antonio Brown & Sharna Burgess
Dance: Rumba
Song: “Adorn” – Miguel
Score: 19

Kim Fields & Sasha Farber
Dance: Salsa
Song: “Conga” – Gloria Estefa
Score: 19

Nyle DiMarco & Peta Murgatroyd
Dance: Rumba
Song: “Stole the Show” – Kygo feat. Parson James
Score: 20

Mischa Barton & Artem Chigvintsev
Dance: Cha-Cha-Cha
Song: “Pata Pata” – Miriam Makeba
Score: 15

Von Miller & Witney Carson
Dance: Cha-Cha-Cha
Song: “Ain’t Too Cool” – LunchMoney Lewis
Score: 20

Wanya Morris & Lindsay Arnold
Dance: Salsa
Song: “Echa Pa’lla (Manos Pa’rriba)” – Pitbull
Score: 24
*Highest Score*

Doug Flutie & Karina Smirnoff
Dance: Paso Doble
Song: “Buster Voodoo” – Rodrigo y Gabriela
Score: 20

Ginger Zee & Val Chmerkovskiy
Dance: Samba
Song: “Sorry” – Justin Bieber
Score: 21

Of course, this is a competition which means someone has to go home eventually and tonight was the first elimination.

The couples in jeopardy were Mischa & Artem, Geraldo & Edyta, and Doug & Karina.

The couple eliminated during Week Two was Geraldo & Edyta.

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Well, Edyta’s return to Dancing With the Stars was sadly very short, but hopefully she will be back next season. Next week is “Most Memorable Year” and I can’t wait to see what happens to the rest of the couples.

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