'Dancing With the Stars' Recap: Ray Lewis Drops Out
Monday nights Dancing With the Stars live show brought some unexpected news along with a lot of dancing to the theme of the movies! Let's take a look at how all the couples scored last night...
Week two of this season's DWTS aired on Monday September 30th and we have all the details and a full recap of the show. The theme this week was Dancing With the Stars the movie and each couple got to choose a song from a movie to dance to. Before that, we learned that Ray Lewis was dropping out of the show with his partner Cheryl Burke due to an injury he sustained during a 2010 football game. The pain started to resurface and his doctor told him not to dance again.
A night at the movies
Starting from lowest score to highest, Lamar Odom and his partner Peta danced a Cha-Cha to "Old Time Rock and Roll" from Risky Business and received a low score of 12/30. Sean Spicer and Lindsay Arnold danced a disco Cha-Cha to "Night Fever" and received a score of 15/30. Queer Eye's Karamo danced a jive to Elton John's "I'm Still Standing" with his partner Jenna and they got a score of 16/30. Lauren Alaina danced the tango with her partner Gleb to a Pretty Woman inspired piece and received 20/30 from the judges.
James Van Der Beek Steals the Show
Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson danced a rumba to "My Heart Will Go On" from Titanic receiving a score of 20/30. Hannah Brown and her partner Alan danced a rumba to the song "Hold On" which you may remember from the movie Bridesmaids and they received a 21/30 from the judges. James Van Der Beek and his partner Emma Slater also danced a rumba to the song "Shallow" from A Star Is Born and they got a score of 23/30.
Kate Flannery get a high score!
Sailor Brinkley-Cook danced a tango to a tune from Mamma Mia with her partner Val and they got a score of 23/30 from the judges. Ally Brooke and her partner Sasha danced a rumba to the song "Dreaming" from Selena getting a 24/30 from the judges. Finally, Kate Flannery danced a quickstep with her partner Pasha to Dolly Parton's "9 to 5" and they also received a 24/30 from the judges.
The two couples that were in the bottom two were Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson and Lamar Odom and Peta Murgatroyd. However, since Ray Lewis dropped out, no one else got sent home! Until next week...