Dancing with the Stars (U.S. season 17) - Wikipedia
Peta Murgatroyd & Brant Daugherty - Dancing With the Stars - week __ - . Emma Slater Bill Engvall - Dancing With the Stars episode - week 8 - season Brant Daugherty and Peta Murgatroyd, Dancing With The Stars As we move into week 8, the competition has been getting tighter and tighter. Dancing With the Stars Live Recap: Season 17, Week 8 — Cher Night! — This is definitely Jack's best routine to date. He looks so — Brant and Peta choose Leah and Tony, and they'll be dancing Rumba.
But during their performances, there was also speculation about whether they were more than dancing partners and they were rumored to have been dating. The romance reports were fuelled when Johnson surprised his dancing partner with an enormous platinum ring encrusted with diamonds, which he gifted to her live, telling her that it was a token of his appreciation.
Burke told the publication that when she received the ring she was shocked.
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She said, "At first I was like, Is this even real? Ochocinco likes the bling! It took a while for Burke to confirm this, but according to E! Like, a little flirt, flirt.
We worked so much together and we had great chemistry, but it was the same pattern I had He was just really unavailable to me. I just knew that didn't work and I've moved on and he's obviously moved on. The couple placed seventh, and Hough wrote in a MySpace celebrity blog via People that she had almost taken the season off until show called and told her they thought it would be good if she danced with Wicks.
Even thinking about it is funny! He is actually doing very well though. I was really surprised! Although the pair were not vocal about their romance, the attraction was evident in their routines and they even shared a smooch onstage. Daily Mail also reported on how their chemistry was not just reserved for the competition, and they were spotted walking hand-in-hand during an outing in New York, following their appearance on The View.
According to Fame10, he had this to say: We entered into a romance. I let the line get blurred. But the couple ended their relationship after five months of dating, and an insider told Us Weekly, "Val has been on tour and really hasn't had time to see her too much.
By the time they get to the ballroom, the pair is in fine form. Elizabeth looks beautiful tonight, and their quick step, while not as impressive as last week's Cha Cha, is cute and well done. Len calls it "utterly full on Does it pay off?
Well, yeah - things are going pretty well until he almost eats dance floor after slipping on Peta's skirt! Bruno describes him as "a frisky schoolboy on a sugar high" and commends the content of the routine. Even though Brant lost timing a couple of times, he says it was overall well done.
Carrie Ann thought the routine was a little too challenging for him, but she commends him for pushing himself way beyond his comfort level.
Len tells them, "What I love is your energy, your attack and your enthusiasm. She's not her most comfortable in this performance, but it's not terrible either. Tony seems delightfully surprised at how well it goes, but what about the judges?
Carrie Ann says, "That was like going to the hottest Salsa club and you guys are the hottest Salsa dancers on the floor! Bruno calls her "salsalicious" - he loved it. He's not sure if his fatique is medical related or just tired from training and pressure. He still manages to keep up on the dance floor though, and the routine looks great after such a negative buildup. Len loves Jack's naturalness and musicality, though he prefers a crisper Jive.
Bruno agrees, calling him light on his feet. Carrie Ann tells Jack that although he and Brant had very different Jives, Jack's is the one she wants to see again. She breaks her paddle showing her score, leaving Jack with a souvenir of his first 10 of the season. On the dance floor? Their Paso is gorgeous, with the crisp lines and quick steps.
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The crowd loves it. Bruno compares the dance to "vintage wine - full of depth, flavor, amazing color," though he warns her to watch her shoulders. Carrie Ann channels all kinds of animalistic sounds to channel her appreciation for the routine, "You lit this ballroom up! Showgirl Emma is quite a sight herself, and the performance is fun, with Bill continuing to impress.
The steps aren't quite as "quick" as some other routines, but, as always, Bill is entertaining. Carrie Ann gives them credit for not breaking hold in their most challenging routine to date, but she does criticize it as not being strong enough. Len tells them that if he could judge with his heart, they'd get a 10 - unfortunately, however, they did lose technique in a couple places.
Bruno says they had "a good go", and calls it a "very good try. Carter complain about having to travel and learn two dances and Blue Ivy's fever, so Because once they start dancing? They look great, and all the complaining is for nothing anyway.