More shocking surprises awaited as the one hour packed results show of “Dancing with the Stars” unfolded. Along with the double elimination, the couples would learn what dance they would be performing next week when fellow dancers chose the dances.
After a one hour encore special that featured the dances from Monday night, the results show started off with the judges pick for a repeat performance. Head judge Len Goodman said that the Monday night performances were the most brilliant he had ever seen and the dance the judges wanted to see again was the acrobatic Quickstep fromand Derek Hough.
The set of results was for Melissa and Tony, Giles and Peta, Emmitt and Cheryl, and Kristie and Maks. Hostannounced that Melissa and Tony and Giles and Peta were safe. Co-host Brooke Burke said that Emmitt and Cheryl were safe. Tom Bergeron revealed that Kristie and Maks were in jeopardy.
The first guest performance of the night came from a twenty-first centurynamed Frankie Moreno. The DWTS Troupe joined Lacey Schwimmer and Kyle Massey on the dance floor as the piano wild man performed.
Time for more results as Shawn and Derek, Apolo and Karina, Drew and Anna, and Kelly and Valentin awaited their fate. After their high spirited dance Shawn and Derek were safe. Apolo and Karina and Kelly and Valentin were also safe; but Drew and Anna again found themselves in the bottom two.
With Kristie and Maks and Drew and Anna being placed in the bottom two, it was time for the first elimination. Kristie and Maks were safe to dance again, but Drew and Anna were the first to be eliminated. Drew said that he would not have changed a thing; adding that he came back because it was fun.
With one more elimination looming, the couples lined up on stage to learn what dance they would be performing next week. A list of 10 dances were revealed – Bolero, Bollywood, Broadway, Charleston, Contemporary, Disco, Hip-hop, Jitterbug, Mambo, and Rock and Roll.
The scores for the couples were added together over the past three weeks. The couple with the lowest score would choose the dance for the top couple and work it’s way down to where the top couple would choose the dance for the lowest scoring couple. Each couple had 10 seconds to make their decisions.
With the lowest score Bristol and Mark chose the dance for Giles and Peta – Bollywood.
Kristie and Maks chose for Sabrina and Louis – Disco
Helio and Chelsie chose for Shawn and Derek – Mambo
Kelly and Valentin chose for Emmitt and Cheryl – Bolero
Melissa and Tony chose for Apolo and Karina – Hip-Hop
Apolo and Karina chose for Melissa and Tony – Jitterbug
Emmitt and Cheryl chose for Kelly and Valentin – Contemporary
Shawn and Derek chose for Helio and Chelsie – Broadway
Sabrina and Louis chose for Kristie and Maks – Charleston
The last remaining dance Rock and Roll went to Bristol and Mark.
The first AT&T Spotlight dance of the season featured Penn State college student Joshua Johnson who used his tap dancing skills to earn himself enough money to pay for his college expenses by dancing in the subway stations and on the trains of the New York City subway.
Before the final three couples learned their results platinum selling artists Karmin performed “Hello” and “Borken Hearted”.
The final results of the night and the second elimination was between Bristol Pail and Mark Ballas, Sabrina and Louis, and Helio and Chelsie. One of the couples would be safe leaving the other two in the bottom and up for elimination.
In a shocker for the second week Bristol and Mark were safe even though they have been in last place all three weeks of the competition.
The second couple eliminated was…
…Helio and Chelsie.
Helio thanked his racing owners Team Penske and the Indy Racing League for letting him dance. He also thanked the family, Chelsie, and America. Chelsie said that they had a blast.