‘Dancing With The Stars’ October 28, 2019 Eliminated Karamo Brown & Jenna (Recap)

‘Dancing With The Stars’ October 28, 2019 Eliminated Karamo Brown & Jenna (Recap)

Hey, “Dancing With The Stars” fans. Tonight, October 28, 2019, another LIVE performances/results show did indeed air. All the judges: Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba were able to make it out to serve up their judgments and compliments.

The theme for tonight was Halloween. So, we saw lots of costumes and so on and so forth. The performances kicked off with Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson arriving on stage to serve up a Jive routine. They did a “Rocky Horror” jive to “Time Warp.”

Afterwards, Len told Kel, “You were rocking, and I was reeling. I was worried about your feet at first, but they turned out to be sharp and clear.” Bruno said, “I love how you re-imagined a cult classic and made it original and imaginative and a Halloween treat.”

Carrie Ann said, “It was incredible, tentative at first, but then it was so tight and so clean after you got a better idea of the space.” Carrie Ann gave Kel a 9 score, Len a 9, Bruno a 9 for a total of 27 points out of a possible 30 points.

James Van Der Beek and Emma Slater were up next with a Viennese Waltz number. They danced to the song, “I Put A Spell On You.”

Afterwards,Bruno told James, “You were like the prince of darkness, mesmerizing. It was a powerful performance, but you went wrong at one point. James said, “I slipped on the fog.”

Carrie Ann said, “It was perfection until the mistake with the fog and one semi-lift.” Len said, “The dance was terrific with great footwork. It was going to be a 10 until the minor error.” Carrie Ann gave James a 9 score, Len a 9, Bruno a 9 for a total of 27 points.

Next up, was Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber. They rocked out a Tango dance. Afterwards, Carrie Ann told Ally, “It was ridiculously good, and I admire how you push yourself to the edge, but you lost your focus for one tiny second.”

Len said, “I’m glad you have really come back to life with a terrific tango, and I love Sasha’s choreography like I expected, but you tilted your head back a little too much.”

Bruno said, “It was a premier-league dance with great choreography, but you lost your balance for a moment.” Carrie Ann gave Ally a 9 score, Len a 9, Bruno a 9 for a total of 27 points.

Former Bachelorette Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten hit the stage next to perform a Jazz routine. They danced to the song, “Bad Girls” by Donna Summer.

Afterwards, Len told Hannah, “It was full-on and terrific, giving it plenty of welly.” Bruno said, “It was lively and theatrical, but I want the syncopation to be a lot sharper. You need to punch it!”

Carrie Ann said, “There’s something lacking in your performance. It’s like you’re kind of shy and disconnected from the movements. I want to get to know you better on the dance floor.” Carrie Ann gave Hannah an 8 score, Len a 9, Bruno an 8 for total of 25 points.

Karamo Brown and Jenna Johnson danced up a Paso Doble routine to the song, “Survivor” by Destiny’s Child.

Afterwards, Bruno told Karamo, “There was no lack of power and purpose. You went on the wrong foot once though, and you need to be careful not to lose the shaping.”

Carrie Ann said, “You were like a sonic boom. You opened up and let it rip.” Len said, “I like the attack and intensity, but you lacked shaping. Carrie Ann gave Karamo a 9 score, Len an 8, Bruno an 8 for a total of 25 points.

Lauren Alaina and Gleb Savchenko served up an Argentine Tango to the song, “Whatever Lola Wants.”

Afterwards, Carrie Ann told Lauren, “I noticed your slip, but you just went with it. I admire that. You are evolving as a dancer.” Len said, “I don’t know what Lola wants, but I’ve seen plenty of what Lenny wants. You sparked off of each other.”

Bruno said, “It was a deadly sexy, irresistible vampire. It was like if Marilyn Monroe or Madonna were a vampire.” Carrie Ann gave Lauren a 9 score, Len a 9, Bruno a 9 for a total of 27 points.

Sean Spicer and Lindsay Arnold hit the dance floor next to deliver a Jive number to the song, “Monster Mash.”

Afterwards, Len told Sean, “It wasn’t super and it wasn’t really natural either. It lacked jive content, but you always try your hardest.” Bruno said, “The monster part was perfection, and I liked Lindsay’s entertaining production number, but timing isn’t your strong suit.”

Carrie Ann said, “Unfortunately, it was a dance only a mummy could love, and it was a step back from your previous performances.” Carrie Ann gave Sean a 6 score, Len a 6, Bruno a 6 for a total of 18 points.

Kate Flannery and Pasha Pashkov danced a Rumba routine next. Afterwards, Bruno told Kate, “It was a beautiful and haunting rumba, and it told a great story, but you sometimes lost a little bit of fluidity. However, your arms and extensions are much improved.”

Carrie Ann said, “There was a little misstep, but I love seeing a woman dance a rumba with this kind of confidence.”

Len said, “You didn’t have your usual confidence, and you could have stretched your legs out a little more. But overall, it was a knockout performance.” Carrie Ann gave Kate an 8 score, Len an 8, Bruno an 8 for a total of 24 points.

Next, they threw in some team dances since they had extra time to kill. The first team that was up was Team Trick. It consisted of: James, Hannah, Ally and Lauren. They danced to the song, “Somebody’s Watching Me.”

Afterwards, Len told them, “It was a lovely mix of dance styles with overall strong choreography. Well done. Bruno said, “I love it as well because it was dramatic, but elegant, and Hannah brought out the personality in this performance.”

Carrie Ann said, “I loved it too, and it was powerful. Hannah, you broke out of your shell.” Carrie Ann gave Team Trick a 9 score, Len a 9, Bruno a 9 for a total of 27 points

Team Treat hit the dance floor next. It consisted of: Kate, Kel, Karamo and Sean. They danced to the song, “Sweet Dreams” by Beyonce.

Afterwards,Bruno told them, “It was nightmarishly entertaining,and I think Lindsay needs a drink.” Carrie Ann said, “I commend Kate for keeping up with the lady pros. Sean almost kept up.” Len said, “It was wonderful entertainment.” Carrie Ann gave Team Treat an 8 score, Len an 8, Bruno an 8 for a total of 24 points.

At this point, it was time for the results. Everyone was safe except for Kate Flannery & Pasha Pashkov and Karamo Brown & Jenna Johnson. So, they were in the bottom two this week. The judges got to save one of these couples.

Carrie Ann chose to save Karamo and Jenna. Then both Bruno and Len voted to save Kate and Pasha. So, by a vote of 2-1, poor Karamo and Jenna got eliminated tonight.

How do you guys feel about Karamo Brown & Jenna Johnson getting eliminated in tonight’s October 28, 2019 LIVE results/performances show? Are you happy about it? Are you sad? Or do you just not care one way or the other? Let us know in the comments section.

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The next,new episode is scheduled to air next Monday night, November 4, 2019 at approximately 7 pm central standard time on ABC.

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