Leah Remini Dancing With the Stars Contemporary Video 10/14/13

Leah Remini Dancing With the Stars Contemporary Video 10/14/13

Leah Remini danced a Contemporary routine to “Roar” by Katy Perry, on tonight’s episode 5 of Dancing with the Stars for her memorable moment. Check out Leah’s DWTS bio right here. If you missed tonight’s show you can read a full and detailed recap, right here.

The competition continues as nine remaining celebrities commemorate “The Most Memorable Year Of Their Life.”  Each couple will dance to a song of the celebrities choosing that encompasses a memorable time or experience in their life. These heartfelt performances promise to be some of the most intense and emotional of the season.

On last week’s show Leah was given a 24/30 for his Cha Cha routine. Carrie Ann said about her performance, “I love watching you, it is so great to see but some of the movements should match up to your face”.  If you missed any of last week’s performances, you can check out all the videos, right HERE.

Leah Remini and professional dancer Tony Dovolani danced a contemporary routine.  Not only has Leah been practicing but she has been out their supporting our troops and she has brought Tony along to help.  She tweeted to Tony, “Thank u to my gracious partner @TonyDovolani for volunteering w/ me today.”

Judges comments:   Carrie Ann “I loved the concept and I loved the message, but I feel like when the lifts started it didn’t feel like one seamless story telling moment, it was a little rough.” Len “I loved the concept was terrific, the way you broke free. The lifts were labored and not great.” Bruno “I think Leah is back, you took it on and it was very very hard. It is a lot to take on and you did well. Your performance and the story telling was very very good.”

SCORES: Carrie Ann 7, Len 7, Bruno 8 TOTAL: 22 Vote for Leah Remini and professional dancer Tony Dovolani at Voting #: 1-800-868-3411.

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

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