‘DWTS’ double shock: ‘Bachelor’ Matt James, ‘90210’ alum Brian Austin Green eliminated

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“dancing with the Stars” Disney Heroes Night Was Therefore Yesterday Tonight, there was evil on the dance floor.

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Tuesday’s Disney Villain Night brought a reign of terror to the ballroom. The stars and their pro dancers took on the worst characters in Disney lore this week for their second routine and final.

But the real evil came in a shocking double elimination Which knocked out two of the most promising dancers on the show.


The story ending for “Bachelor” alum, Matt James, and “Beverly Hills 90210” star Brian Austin Green was jaw-droppingly-floor shocking.

Here’s what happened on the dance floor:

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Watch Iman Shumpert raise his partner above his head

Schumpert On Tuesday, the judges were blown away by his pure power.

Performing as Jafar from “Aladdin,” the 6-foot-5 NBA star slowly pulled his teammate Daniela Karagach over his head and carried her effortlessly across the steps of the dance floor. After all she was playing the character of the parrot Iago. So his perch was on top of his head.

Schumpert, wearing a gold turban, let his partner down and shouted through his Argentine tango to “Arabian Nights” with flicks and kicks.

Iman Schumpert magically picks up pro teammate Daniela Karagach on Tuesday

When it came to the finale, Schumpert once again effortlessly lifted Karagach.

Huff called the opening and ending of the dead-lift “iconic”, noting that Schumpert had no momentum, all strength. “I’m speechless,” Huff said.

Judge Bruno Tonioli commented on the incredible “feat of strength”. Carrie Ann Inaba spoke for the audience when she said, “I’m really blown away.”

Schumpert admitted that he was terrified of the achievement, but that his partner was “a little lighter than we thought.”

The judges gave the basketball player the highest score of the season, 33 out of 40.

Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess Raise the Pirate Flag on PDA Past

NS “Beverly Hills 90210” Star And girlfriend/pro dance partner Sharna Burgess found out the hard way that there is such a thing. very Too much dance floor PDA.

His Monday “Snow White” waltz, and fairy tale kiss, brought sarcasm from the judges. Len Goodman told the couple that “there was a lot of kissing and hugging.”

On Tuesday, the couple rocked it with pirate swords, literally clashing in their Paso Doble for “He’s a Pirate” from “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.”

Green’s face cried over Captain Barbosa Burgess’s Jack Sparrow. The story of the dance also featured metal clashes, loud bangs from the ship’s cannons, and even double crossings. Burgess literally went over and over to his dead pirate mate to end the number.

The judges loved it. “A little tough love works,” said Judge Tonioli, a previous PDA-critic. “You’re headed in the right direction.”

The couple’s score of 27 out of 40 was an improvement. But by the end of night two, they were dangerously at the bottom of the leaderboard.

Matt James continues to win accolades with ‘Jungle Book’

The “Bachelor” star has been one of the most entertaining and best dancers of the season, in her incredible form. Frozen Dance on Monday Has shown.

James seemed completely in control again on Tuesday night, performing “Jungle Book”—with partner Lindsay Arnold in The Snake of Paso Doble. was a full-snake outfit, with a shirt opening in the middle to reveal his chiseled chest. James was in villain mode, his scale-covered face with a dramatic scream. Judge Hough commented, “You were in it!”

He hit all the moves and the judges gave him his first 8 scores of the season. The charismatic “Bachelor” seemed like a sure lock to return next week. So much so that Tonioli was giving him small points that the dancer needed to refine.

“But there was nothing scary about that,” Tonioli said of the performance.

But double elimination kills the strong too

As the rescued couple exited the dance floor, Green and Burgess stood in the bottom three. Due to their low scores and vote totals, the affable “90210” star and his fellow-girlfriend are handed papers on their walk.

As the bloodshed continued, he left the stage without saying anything.

…and the shocking news kept coming

James and Arnold stood in the final two alongside “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kenya Moore and his support partner Brandon Armstrong. Moore danced a great waltz, but was in the bottom two last week. The judges spared him, but Moore seemed to have a lock on being voted on by the judges, particularly facing James.

As the credits rolled and host banks urged speed, stuttering Chief Justice Len Goodman threw down the final tie-breaking vote. To global astonishment, he threw a lifeline at the shocked Moore, who happily fell to his knees.

James and Arnold held each other stunned as the show cut.

“Dancing With the Stars” returns October 18. (ABC, 8 EDT/PDT).

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