‘Dancing With The Stars’ October 21, 2019 Eliminated Sailor Brinkley & Val (Recap)

‘Dancing With The Stars’ October 21, 2019 Eliminated Sailor Brinkley & Val (Recap)

Hey, “Dancing With The Stars” fans. Tonight, October 21, 2019, a brand new results/performances show did indeed air. The judges: Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba were, of course, on hand to serve up their critiques and compliments.

Tonight’s performances kicked off with Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber dancing a Quickstep routine. Afterwards, Len told Ally, “It was first class with good frame, but a few foot faults. I like that the dances are longer this season.”

Bruno said, “It was so bright, I needed sunglasses, but you lost synchronicity because the pace of the routine was so fast.” Carrie Ann said, “I loved the body contact just like Bruno did, but I agree that there were some sync problems.” Carrie Ann gave Ally an 8 score, Len a 9, Bruno an 8 for a total of 25 points out of a possible 30 points

Kate Flannery and Pasha Pashkov hit the dance floor next to serve up a Viennese Waltz. Afterwards, Bruno told Kate, “I loved what you did with that, and it had the best possible taste. It worked wonders.”

Carrie Ann said, “I’m speechless. It felt like the most victorious Viennese waltz I’ve ever seen.” Len said, “I saw a fleckerls, which is a waltz step I don’t usually see. I also saw plenty more classic choreographic content. It was a great performance.” Carrie Ann gave Kate a 9 score, Len a 9, Bruno a 9 for a total of 27 points.

Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson hit the dance floor to deliver a Quickstep step number. Afterwards, Carrie Ann told Kel, “You’re so in sync and ridiculously amazing despite one small mess-up with your feet.”

Len said, “It was “terrific,but there was a major incident.” Witney said,”That was my fault. I tripped over the dress. I’ll take that.” Len said, “It doesn’t matter if the jockey or the horse who messes up. Listen, aside from that one mistake, it was fantastic.”

Bruno said, “You’re a full-time dancer. It was light, fast-paced and executed with such lightness and musicality.” Carrie Ann gave Kel a 9 score, Len an 8, Bruno a 9 for a total of 26 points.

Karamo Brown and Jenna Johnson served up a Contemporary dance routine. Afterwards,Len told Karamo, “It was fluid and had a lovely flow with great lifts and lovely light and shade.”

Bruno said, “You had focus and intention all the way through. It was truthful, expressive, and you.” Carrie Ann said, “I felt the love, compassion and intention, and you didn’t miss a single step.” Carrie Ann gave Karamo a 9 score, Len an 8, Bruno an 8 for a total of 25 points.

Next, Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten rocked out a Samba routine. Afterwards, Bruno told Hannah, “You pulled off the tough combo of samba and country, but it looked slightly off because you dance too high. So, you don’t get the right bounce.”

Carrie Ann said, “You’re a phenomenal dancer, but I agree with Bruno that you were ahead of the beat because of how weirdly samba and country mesh together.”

Len said, “Alan put together some great choreography. Hannah, you coped well with a difficult routine. You need to work on your feet some to get better hip action.” Carrie Ann gave Hannah an 8 score, Len an 8, Bruno an 8 for a total of 24 points.

Sailor Brinkley-Cook and Val Chmerkovskiy arrived on stage next to dance a Jive number. Afterwards, Carrie Ann told Sailor, “It was amazing ,and you finally found your groove.”

Len said, “It was full of taste and flavor and full of wham and personality.” Bruno said, “I loved it too. Way to go!” Carrie Ann gave Sailor a 9 score, Len a 9, Bruno a 9 for a total of 27 points.

Next up, was Sean Spicer and Lindsay Arnold. They did a Viennese Waltz dance. Afterwards,Len told Sean, “I admire your tenacity and hard work.” Bruno said, “It was the smartest you’ve ever looked. It was a brave attempt at a difficult dance, but you looked like a tumbleweed.”

Carrie Ann said, “I appreciated the tenderness you brought to the routine.” Carrie Ann gave Sean a 7 score, Len a 7, Bruno a 7 for a total of 21 points

James Van Der Beek and Emma Slater were up next, and they pulled off a Samba dance this week. Afterwards, Bruno told James, “It was like Close Encounters of the Hips Kind. It was loose, flexible and very rhythmical.”

Carrie Ann said, “It was off the charts. But sometimes, your moves are a little too big.” Len said, “Tutti Frutti, what a booty. Your bum was out of control. It was a really, really good samba.” Carrie Ann gave James a 9 score, Len a 9, Bruno a 9 for a total of 27 points.

Lauren Alaina and Gleb Savchenko closed out the performances with a very emotional Contemporary dance number that was a tribute to Lauren’s late stepfather.

Afterwards, Carrie Ann told Lauren, “You’re a brave woman for delivering that performance, but you touched all of our hearts. You have blessed us all with a beautiful dance.”

Len said, “You danced with so much emotion, and it was worthy of your stepfather.” Bruno said, “I’m happy to see so much love, truth, and honesty.” Carrie Ann gave Lauren a 9 score, Len an 8, Bruno a 9 for a total of 26 points.

At this point, it was finally time for the results. Everyone was revealed to be safe except for Ally Brooke & Sasha Farber and Sailor Brinkley-Cook & Val Chmerkovskiy. They were indeed the bottom two this week.

The judges got to vote on who to save. Carrie Ann chose to save Ally & Sasha. Bruno chose to save Ally and Sasha. So, we didn’t need to hear from Len. It was done.

Poor Sailor Brinkley-Cook was eliminated along with her pro dance partner Val Chmerkovskiy. This seemed to really upset Sailor too. She was crying like nobody’s business. Poor thing.

How do you guys feel about Sailor Brinkley-Cook getting eliminated on tonight’s October 21, 2019 results show? Ae 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, October 28, 2019 at approximately 7 pm central standard time on ABC.

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2 Responses

  1. Joyce says:

    DWTS 10/21/2019 You have to be kidding, Sean is still there. Folks upset because Bobby won, at least he could dance. Sean is not a dancer and will not be. His being there is popularity vote, by who I have not clue. It’s sad that us on the West Coast don’t have a vote. Yes we can go on line before watching but isn’t that popularity vote? I’m a loyal fan and have been since Season 1, but this season isn’t gaining any points with me. I have a spreadsheet with scores I send to 40 folks after each show, others not happy either. If there will be another Season I strongly suggest you go back to what you had. I’m thinking the Judges are not happy this Season either.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Sailor should it have been eliminated. The ones at the bottom should be.

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