TEAM PASO DOBLE which was made up of Zendaya/Val, Jacoby/Karina, Victor/Linday and Ingo/Kym performed a Samba on the sixth episode of Dancing with the Stars: 2013 performance show tonight. The remaining couples hit the dance floor in another DWTS first. Tonight’s show devoted, for the first time, an entire evening to one artist, legendary singer Stevie Wonder. He performed some of his classic songs, including “Sir Duke” and “My Cherie Amour,” and the celebrities will dance to his greatest hits, including “I Just Called to Say I Love You,” “For Once in My Life” and “Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours).” If you missed the show, we recapped tonight’s show for you and if you want to see how all the couples did go HERE!
The night will also showcase two team dances featuring the celebrities and their pro partners. The first team, Team Samba will be Dancing to “Superstition” by Stevie Wonder. The second team Team Paso will be Dancing to “Higher Ground” by Stevie Wonder.
Judges comments: Len: “I thought it was a spirited effort, there were a few awkward moments when you came together. When you think about the pressure you did a good job.” Bruno: “It was like watching an episode of WrestleMania. More refinement, thank goodness for the girls.” Carrie Ann: “Zendaya, you tried to hold it together. But it was a little broken. It was too sloppy, kinda of a mess.”
SCORES: Carrie Ann: 7 Len: 8 Bruno: 7 TOTAL: 22/30 This will be added to all the team members scores.
Tomorrow night, one couple will be eliminated on “Dancing with the Stars the Results Show” (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET). The show will feature music by seven-time GRAMMY Award winner will.i.am performing his current single, “#thatpower,” and international superstar Olly Murs will perform his current hit, “Troublemaker.” In Addition, “Macy’s Stars of Dance” returns for its third installment of the season, choreographed by AJ Jones.
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