Ingo Rademacher Dancing With the Stars Rumba Video 4/29/13

Ingo Rademacher Dancing With the Stars Rumba Video 4/29/13

INGO RADEMACHER danced a RUMBA on the seventh episode of Dancing with the Stars: 2013 performance show tonight.  On this week’s show the seven remaining couples hit the dance floor for the ever popular, Latin Night.   The couples will perform to a Latin-inspired hit.  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!

In a new twist (again seems there is a new one each week) and another DWTS first, the couple with the highest overall score for the night will be granted immunity from elimination on Tuesday. The couples who do not receive immunity will then compete in a dance-off to earn extra judges’ points in an effort to increase their overall score.

Judges comments: Bruno: “Ingo, Ingo they say that hips don’t lie, in your case I wish it could.  The hip action has to be fluid.  It started as a slow simmer, but you lost the timing.”  Carrie Ann: “I am sad, your form was great.  Bruno is right you missed the fluidity and then the sensuality left.  I felt it was lacking a bit of the connection.”  Len: “This was a bit like the Lakers you gave it your best shot but it did not deliver.  I thought your lines were good, this is a difficult dance and overall I thought it was good, not great!”

SCORES: Carrie Ann: 7  Len:  8  Bruno:  7  TOTAL 22/30 – Vote for  Ingo Rademacher and professional dancer Kym Johnson at Voting # 1-800-868-3403.

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 Michael Bublé who will perform “Come Dance with Me” off his new album, “To Be Loved.” The show will also feature its second “AT&T Spotlight Performance” of the season, focusing on youth organization the Camden Sophisticated Sisters and its founder, Tawanda Jones.  In addition, “Macy’s Stars of Dance” returns for its fourth installment of the season.

Watch the video below and let us know what you think? Do you think Ingo did enough to avoid elimination this week? Sound out in the comments below!