Dancing With the Stars Semi-Finals Results

Dancing With the Stars

Here we go! The last results show before the finals!

To recap, here are the final scores from last night:

Rumer and Val
Score: 68

Noah and Sharna
Score: 66

Riker and Allison
Score: 70

Nastia and Derek
Score: 70

The show started off looking back at Noah and Sharna’s journey so far, including Noah’s proposal last night. Congratulations again to the happy couple! It was announced then that Noah and Sharna were in jeopardy.

After that viewers got to see Whitney, Artem, Jenna, Lindsay, Alan, and others perform a dance that will be in the Almay Simply American Tour, raising money for families in the US military. It was quite a spectacular performance and everyone did an amazing job!

Next, they moved on Riker and Allison and took another look at their experience in the semi-finals. It was announced that Riker and Allison were safe and I will admit that I freaked out. I am so excited and so happy and I can’t wait to see them dance next week!

We then got to see something pretty amazing. A Dance Through the Ages. Emma and Sasha were challenged to show 100 years of dance in two minutes and they succeeded. The video was incredible and it was so funny to see the different dance styles and outfits that went with each decade. Comparing the 1900’s to now, it was definitely interesting to see.

Something that was emotional and moving to see was the recap of Nastia and Derek’s journey in the semi-finals. It was just as touching to watch Len dance with Nastia in the package as it was to watch live last night. Nastia and Derek were in jeopardy.

An “electrifying” performance took place shortly after this announcement featuring the woman of Dancing With the Stars. Now, I’m not a professional and, unless we see their preparation, we don’t know how the dance is supposed to look. But I think we can guess. This performance was spectacular, all of the women on the show did a phenomenal job. But some of them seemed a little out of time at some points? Was it just me? They just seemed to sometimes be a little out of sync with each other, but even at those times, they always got right back into the dance and it went on amazingly.

A video was shown of the four pros talking about each of the stars and I think they, and everyone watching, can agree on one thing: this is some of the toughest competition this show has ever seen. Everyone is so good!

A performance from Flo Rida followed after during which he sung his song, “G.D.F.R” while some of the ladies of Dancing With the Stars performed on stage.

We finally reached the fourth couple: Rumer and Val. After taking a look back at their performance last night, we learned that Rumer and Val were in jeopardy.

So now, going into the elimination, here are the results:

Noah and Sharna
Status: In Jeopardy

Riker and Allison
Status: Safe

Nastia and Derek
Status: In Jeopardy

Rumer and Val
Status: In Jeopardy

Something I love about getting closer and closer to the finals is that we get to look back on all the things that helped the couples get to where they are now. This included the training log of each of the couples, looking back at their successes and their struggles.

From Derek’s injury to Noah’s development as a dancer, from Riker and Allison’s time constraints to Rumer’s injury, it was really cool to see how far they’ve all come since that first week.

What came after the training log was something I was very excited for. A performance of “Gotta Be Me” by Riker’s brother, Ross, and the cast from Teen Beach Movie 2. I loved this performance! I’ll admit that as a big fan of R5 and everything they do I might be a little biased, but I thought this performance was absolutely great and got me really excited for Teen Beach Movie 2.

Now comes the moment that everyone was waiting for, but also dreading. The moment where we would find out which couples would be joining Riker and Allison in the finals. Rumer and Val, Noah and Sharna, and Nastia and Derek were all in jeopardy and, as much as we wish it wasn’t so, one of these couples had to go home.

Unfortunately, the couple to go home was Nastia and Derek. Honestly, no matter which way these results went, I think it’s safe to say that it would have been a shock and a disappointment. Nastia and Derek did amazing throughout this whole competition and they truly deserved to get as far as they did and to go farther.

Nastia and Derek

Noah and Sharna, Rumer and Val were safe and will be going to the finals with Riker and Allison.

What did you think of the results? Who do you think will win the finals?

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Dancing With the Stars 2015 Semi-Finals

Dancing With the Stars

It’s the semi-finals!

This week the couples had two dances to do. Like every week, they had their normal couples dance. They also had their Judge’s Choice dance to do. This dance is one that is coached by one of the four judges and will be judged by the other three.

The competition has been tough from the start, but now they’re competing to go to the finals. Can I be honest? I don’t want any of them to go. Can they just award the trophy to all of them?

Now, because it’s the semi-finals we also get to learn a little more about each of the stars which is both wonderful an slightly sad when you realize that it won’t be long before another of these couples is going home.

The scores for this week:

Rumer Willis and Valentin Chmerkobskiy
Dance: Viennese Waltz
Song: “Earned It” – The Weekend
Score: 38

Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess
Dance: Viennese Waltz
Song: “The Time of My Life” – David Cook
Score: 36
*Lowest Score of the Night*
Noah proposed! Oh my goodness, that was adorable! As soon as he took her hand and started saying how the song was like what she had done for him, I was like, “Is he gonna… Is he gonna…” And he did! Oh my gosh, congratulations to Noah and Jamie!

Riker Lynch and Allison Holker
Dance: Contemporary
Song: “Work Song” – Hozier
Score: 40
*Perfect Score*
*Tied for First*
*Perfect Night!*

Nastia Liukin and Sasha Farber (Standing in for Derek Hough)
Dance: Quickstep
Song: “Feelin’ Good” – Christina Grimmie
Score: 40
*Perfect Score*
*Tied for First*
*Perfect Night*

Judge’s Choice Dances:

This is the first time this has ever been done. Each of the judges picked one of the couples to mentor this week and were involved in everything, from the dance tot he music to the concept. Absolutely everything.

When it comes to scoring, each of the couples will only be judged by three and the scores will be out of 30 instead of 40.

Rumer and Val
Judge: Bruno
Dance: Contemporary
Song: “Theme from Swan Lake, Op. 20” – Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Score: 30 (+38 = 68)

Noah and Sharna
Judge: Carrie Ann
Dance: Paso Doble
Song: “Unstoppable” – E.S. Posthumus
Score: 30 (+36 = 66)

Riker and Allison
Judge: Julianne Hough
Dance: Argentine Tango
Song: “Fur Elise” – Ludwig van Beethoven
Score: 30 (+40 = 70)

Nastia and Derek
Judge: Len
Dance: Viennese Waltz
Song: “Fall for You” – Leela James
Score: 30 (+40 = 70)

This was an intense night with some seriously amazing dances and some incredibly touching moments. Make sure to check back tomorrow for my recap of the elimination show!

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Dancing With the Stars Week Eight: Double Elimination Results

Dancing With the StarsTonight was Dancing With the Stars first results show and there was no holding back as it was also the first double elimination! The night will feature dancing, singing, and a ton of behind the scenes footage.

To recap, here are the final scores from last night.

Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess
Dance: Tango
Song: “Geronimo” – Sheppard
Score: 66

Chris Soules and Whitney Carson
Dance: Contemporary
Song: “Lay Me Down” – Sam Smith
Score: 64

Riker Lynch and Allison Holker
Dance: Viennese Waltz
Song: “What Now” – Rihanna
Score: 78

Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson
Dance: Contemporary
Song: “Champagne Kisses” – Jessie Ware
Score: 62

Nastia Liukin and Sasha Farber (Standing in for Derek)
Dance: Paso Doble
Song: “Centuries” – Fall Out Boy
Score: 76

Rumer Willis and Valentin Chmerkobskiy
Dance: Rumba
Song: “Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps” – Doris Day
Score: 80

Then, after combining last nights scores with the scores from last week, here is the leader board going into the double elimination:

Nastia Liukin and Derek Hough
Score: 117
Status: Safe

Rumer Willis and Valentin Chmerkobskiy
Score: 117
Status: Safe

Riker Lynch and Allison Holker
Score: 115
Status: In Jeopardy

Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess
Score: 101
Status: Safe

Chris Soules and Whitney Carson
Score: 95
Status: In Jeopardy; Eliminated

Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson
Score: 93
Status: Eliminated

The show kicked off with an encore performance of Rumer, Val, and Artem’s Paso Doble which was just as amazing as it was last night.

Throughout the show they gave a little recap of each couple’s journey so far as well as some footage that hadn’t been seen up until this point. It’s truly amazing to see how far some of the stars have come. However, I don’t think any level of improvement could have settled their nerves as the knowledge of Willow and Mark’s shocking elimination was still so fresh in everyone’s minds.

The first couples we saw were Rumer and Val, who were declared safe (I don’t think anyone was surprised about that after their perfect night!) and Chris and Whitney who were revealed to be in jeopardy.

The night was also chalk full of special guests. First up was Carly Rae Jepsen singing her hit single “I Really Like You”. After her performance we then moved on to looking at Noah & Sharna and Robert & Kym.

Out of these two couples it was revealed that one had the lowest score of all and was eliminated right then and there. The couple that was eliminated was Robert and Kym. Noah and Sharna will be moving on to the semi-finals with Rumer and Val.

Robert and Kum

Next up was a special dance performance by Travis Wall and Shaping Sound featuring Jenna and Allison. And I have to say it was a pretty spectacular performance.

The show then moved on to look back at Nastia, Derek, and Sasha’s performance as well as Riker and Allison’s before they then told the couples who would be moving on to the semi-finals and who was in jeopardy. Nastia and Derek were safe and would be dancing next week, but unfortunately Riker and Allison were in jeopardy (come on people, vote!).

After that shocking revelation, Josh Groban performed a stunning rendition of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” with an equally stunning dance number featuring Maddie Ziegler. Seriously, an absolutely beautiful performance from both.

The night was not over yet though. Chris & Whitney and Riker & Allison were both in jeopardy. One couple would be moving forward, one would not. The couple eliminated was Chris and Whitney while Riker and Allison will be dancing in the semi-finals.

Chris and Whitnney

The competition is tougher than ever now. Rumer and Val, Riker and Allison, Noah and Sharna, and Nastia and Derek will be dancing in the semi-finals next week and all will be vying for a place in the finals.

How do you think they’ll do? Which couple are you rooting for?

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