‘Dancing With The Stars’ September 28, 2020 Eliminated Caroline Baskin & Pasha (Recap)
Hey, “Dancing With The Stars” fans. Tonight, September 28, 2020, another new episode of Dancing With The Stars current season 29 did indeed air with judges Derek Hough, Carrie Anne Inaba and Bruno Tonioli on hand. Tonight, was Disney night. So, the cast danced to Disney themed songs.
Skai Jackson and Alan Bersten kicked off the performances with a Jive routine. Afterwards, Derek said, “I wasn’t head-over-heels with this performance because your weight was too far back, and you looked a little stiff.”
Bruno said, “I appreciated that you went into it with focus, but you were a little tight and lack elasticity.” Carrie Ann said, “I could tell you were nervous. So, you should find something to focus on to deliver your performance.
Carrie Ann gave Skai and Alan a 6 score, Derek a 6 and Bruno a 6 for a total of 18 points out of a possible 30.
Next up, Monica Aldama and Val Chmerkovskiy delivered a Viennese Waltz. Afterwards, Bruno said, “You made it to shore safely, and you danced with confidence and connection, but you lost your posture at times.”
Carrie Ann said, “You were like a different person. You were beautiful because you were so relaxed, but you need to stay close when in hold.” Derek said, “It was beautiful, but you need to pay attention to your feet.”
Carrie Ann gave Monica and Val a 7 score, Derek a 7 and Bruno a 7 for a total of 21 points.
Justina Machado and Sasha Farber hit the stage next for a Charleston dance number. Afterwards, Carrie Ann said, “I loved it. You were perfectly in sync, but you could have used a little more energy.”
Derek said, “I wanted more swivels and footwork. I wanted more energy and sharper movements.” Bruno said, “You’re sweetly delicious and addictive, but it needed to be sharper.”
Carrie Ann gave Justina and Sasha a 7 score, Derek a 6 and Bruno a 6 for a total of 19 points.
AJ McLean and Cheryl Burke showed up next to perform a Quickstep routine. Afterwards, Derek said, “I can always rely on AJ to put a smile on my face, and your posture was good except for being a little hunched at times.”
Bruno said, “I loved it. You’re improving and refining.” Carrie Ann said, “I like that you put your own spin on the routine, but your elbow dropped just a little bit.”
Carrie Ann gave Aj and Cheryl a 7 score, Derek a 7 and Bruno a 7 for a total of 21 points.
Anne Heche and Keo Motsepe were up next for a Quickstep number. Afterwards, Bruno said, “The fighting was tough, but it was entertaining.”
Carrie Ann said, “It started great, but you lost control in the middle, and I’m going to dock Keo a point for a lift at the beginning of the routine.”
Derek said, “Try to dance the whole routine by yourself so you aren’t relying on Keo so much on the dance floor.”
Carrie Ann gave Anne and Keo a 5 score, Derek a 5 and Bruno a 5 for a total of 15 points.
Jeannie Mai and Brandon Armstrong served up a Viennese Waltz routine next. Afterwards, Carrie Ann said, “Your balance is incredible as a couple, but you need to work on your turns.”
Derek said, “The dance was beautiful, and your frame was fantastic. It was your best performance.” Bruno said, “You captured the essence of the film. Pure storytelling.”
Carrie Ann gave Jeannie and Brandon a 7 score, Derek a 7 and Bruno a 8 for a total of 22 points.
Nelly and Daniella Karagach arrived next to do a Foxtrot routine to “It’s Alright” from the new Pixar film “Soul.”
Afterwards, Derek said, “It was really good for your first ballroom dance, and your frame was pretty good, but you got a little ahead of the music at one point.”
Bruno said, “It was a proper Foxtrot, but you need to stop bringing up your shoulders.” Carrie Ann said, “You are a very natural dancer, but I want you to stop being so safe.”
Carrie Ann gave Nelly and Daniella a 6 score, Derek a 6 and Bruno a 6 for a total of 18 points.
Carole Baskin and Pasha Pashkov hit the dance floor for a Samba routine. Afterwards, Bruno said, “I have never seen a Samba like that, but you just walked through it without enough bounce.”
Carrie Ann said, “I could feel that Carole danced the routine with a lot of love, but it was lacking most of the other necessary elements.”
Derek said, “Thank you for loving and protecting big cats. I’ll give you a 10 for the hair and makeup, but there wasn’t much bounce or rhythm.”
Carrie Ann gave Carole and Pasha a 5 score. Derek a 4 and Bruno a 3 for a total of 12 points.
Next, Kaitlyn Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev did a Rumba dance. Afterwards, Carrie Ann said, “It was the best dance of the night by a mile. It had the essence of the Rumba while dancing in your bare feet like in the Pacific islands.”
Derek said, “I wanted to see you in shoes that would have showed off more of the rumba footwork and hip action.” Bruno said, “It reminded me of the shape of water.”
Carrie Ann gave Kaitlyn and Artem a 8 score, Derek a 7 and Bruno a 8 for a total of 23 points.
Vernon Davis and Peta Murgatroyd hit the stage next to deliver a Quickstep number. Afterwards, Derek said, “Real men play candlesticks, but it was full of such joy that I didn’t notice the foot fumbles as much.”
Bruno said, “I admire your confidence and light and easy action. However, you still have things to work on.” Carrie Ann said, “You’ve found your balance as partners, and it was one of my favorite dances of the night.”
Carrie Ann gave Vernon and Peta a 8 score, Derek a 7 and Bruno a 7 for a total of 22 points.
Nev Schulman and Jenna Johnson served up an Argentine Tango. Afterwards, Bruno said, “It was another hit for Captain Jack Sparrow, and you managed to maintain the Argentine tango while also giving the captain Jack Sparrow performance.”
Carrie Ann said, “I liked the combination of character and technique and how they didn’t hide behind lifts.” Derek said, ” You nailed it.”
Carrie Ann gave Nev and Jenna a 8 score, Derek a 8 and Bruno a 8 for a total of 24 points.
Johnny Weir and Britt Stewart danced a Rumba routine. Afterwards, Carrie Ann said, “You made the transition from ice skater to ballroom dancer.”
Derek said, “Your arms and lines were beautiful.” Bruno said, “I liked your exquisite shapes and extensions, and you started to project emotion this time.”
Carrie Ann gave Johnny a 8 score, Derek a 8 and Bruno a 8 for a total of 24 points.
Jesse Metcalfe and Sharna Burgess danced a Jive routine. Afterwards, Derek said, “I don’t think you felt comfortable with the timing of that routine. You got ahead of the music at times.”
Bruno said, “I liked it, and you played the role brilliantly. Your footwork was light and nimble.” Carrie Ann said, “you told the story very well, but I did notice some problems with the musicality.”
Carrie Ann gave Jesse a 7 score, Derek a 6 and Bruno a 7 for a total of 20 points.
Chrishell Stause and Gleb Savchenko danced a Waltz routine. Afterwards, Bruno said, “You are the belle of the ball, and I could feel the romance unfolding.”
Carrie Ann said, “You are stunning. Like magic together, but you need to work on your shoulders and an ugly line in there.” Derek said, “You were stunning, but you need to keep your feet together in your turns.”
Carrie Ann gave Chrishell a 7 score, Derek a 7 and Bruno a 8 for a total off 22 points. Next, they revealed that everyone was safe this week except for Anne Heche & Keo and Carole Baskin and Pasha. They were the bottom two couples this week with the least amount of votes from America.
The judges got to save one of them. Derek voted to save Anne. Bruno voted to save Anne. Carrie Ann voted to save Anne. So, unfortunately, Carole Baskin and Pasha were eliminated tonight by a unanimous vote.
How do you guys feel about Caroline Baskin and Pasha Pashkov getting eliminated from Dancing With The Stars tonight? 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 Dancing With The Stars season 29 episode is scheduled to air next Monday night, October 5, 2020 at approximately 7 pm central standard time on ABC.
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