Jack Osbourne Dancing With the Stars Viennese Waltz Video 11/11/13

Jack Osbourne Dancing With the Stars Viennese Waltz Video 11/11/13

On tonight’s episode 9 of Dancing With The Stars the couples competed in two rounds of dance.  For her first round Jack Osbourne danced a Viennese Waltz for a dance style he had not previously performed.  To check out Jack’s DWTS bio [CLICK HERE]  If you missed tonight’s show you can read a full and detailed recap, right here.

The couples will compete in two rounds of dance. In the first round, each couple will take on an individual dance in a style they have not previously performed including the Viennese Waltz, Tango, Charleston, Argentine Tango and Quickstep. In the second round, the couples take on a new challenge and dance with an eliminated pro or troupe member as part of dynamic trio. The trio dance routine will be in a style the celebrity has not yet performed including the Samba, Jive, Salsa, Paso Doble and Jazz. At the end of the night, one couple will face elimination.

On last week’s show Jack was given a 27/30 for his Tango routine.  Bruno said: “That is what the tango is all about, the pimp and the hooker, that was a proper classic tango.”  If you missed any of last week’s performances, you can check out all the videos, right HERE.

Jack Osbourne and professional dancer Cheryl Burke: danced a Viennese Waltz.  Jack wrote this on his facebook page about dancing with two women this week, “Tomorrow Cheryl and I are dancing a Viennese Waltz and a Samba Trio with Sharna Burgess. Sharna and Cheryl are both strong-willed women. And I respect that.”

Judges comments:   Len “I loved it, best dance you’ve had so far.” Bruno “Watch your hands, keep them under control.” Carrie Ann “What you do is build your whole journey on strength, you got flair and it was just amazing.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann 10, Len 10, Bruno 9 SCORES:  29/30  – Vote for Jack Osbourne and professional dancer Cheryl Burke at Voting #: 1-800-868-3402.

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