Alfonso Ribeiro and Cheryl Burke Dancing With The Stars Flamenco Video Season 19 Week 5 #DWTS

Alfonso Ribeiro and Cheryl Burke Dancing With The Stars Flamenco Video Season 19 Week 5 #DWTS

Tonight on the season 19 week 5 of Dancing with the Stars American actor,television director, dancer and game show host Alfonso Ribeiro & his switch-up partner Cheryl Burke danced a Flamenco routine.  On tonight’s episode America’s votes are in and the nine remaining celebrities will switch professional dance partners in this fifth week of competition.  For the first time this season couples will dance with their new partners to new styles of dance including Hip-Hop, Burlesque, and Flamenco among others.  If you missed it we have a full and detailed recap, right here for you.  If you missed any of tonight’s videos we have them all for you too!

On last week’s episode Alfonso performed a Jazz and Bruno loved it saying, Yes, I am so glad that you made us wait for that. People are going to remember Alfonso.”  The judges scored Alfonso a 40/40.  If you want to see his Quickstep from last week, you can check the video out here.

Alfonso Ribeiro and professional dancer Cheryl Burke: dancing a Jazz routine.  Alfonso has been getting ready for his dance and tweeted about this week dance, “Are you guys ready for @cherylburke and I tomorrow night. The Flamenco is hot.”

Judges’ comments: Jessie J: “I was so drawn in, there was such a connection and I wanted the story to continue. It was amazing, your lines were great.” Julianne: “The first partnership that I believed tonight, the connection was amazing, the first time we saw this from Alfonso, it was great.” Bruno: “It was scorching, it was great.”

SCORES: Carrie Ann: 8 Jessie J: 9 Julianne: 9 Bruno: 8 TOTAL: 34/40 – Vote for Alfonso Ribeiro and professional dancer Cheryl Burke at voting #: 1*800*868*3401.

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

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