Tonight on ABC Dancing With The Stars returns for a eighth week and Rumer Willis and her professional dancer Valentin Chmerkovskiy danced a Viennese Waltz routine to “Earned It” by The Weeknd. On tonight’s episode the competition is neck and neck as each couple fights to make it to the top 3 and dance in the finale. Noah Galloway, Nastia Likuin, Riker Lynch and Rumer Willis will perform two full routines including a Viennese Waltz, Quickstep, Paso Doble, Contemporary and Argentine Tangoebook and Instagram for their input on wardrobe, set design and visual effects.
Did you watch tonight’s episode? If you missed it we have a full and detailed recap, right here for you. Did you miss any of tonight’s performance videos? If you did we have them all, right here for you!
For the first time in “Dancing” history, each of our judges will be assigned a couple to coach for one dance, choosing their song, dance style and overall creative. The Judges’ Choice will be judged by the three remaining judges and will count towards their overall scores.
On last week’s episode of DWTS Rumer performed a Rumba routine and the judges scored Rumer a 40/40 for her performance. Julianne loved her performance and had this to say, “After the double elimination, you need this, you got back on track. That was gold.”
Semi-Finals – Rumer Willis and professional dancer Valentin Chmerkovskiy dancing Viennese Waltz at voting #: 1*855*234*5610.
Judges’ comments: Len: “Another great dance, lost a little but of character though.” Julianne: “Honestly that execution was just right on and America is falling in love with Rumer.” Bruno: “It was so steamy, you never lost the lyrical quality.” Carrie Ann: “You are so connected to the story and the movement. Just a vision in white.”
JUDGES SCORES: Carrie Ann: 10 Len: 9 Julianne: 9 Bruno: 10 = TOTAL 38/40
Watch the video below and let us know what you think, do you agree with the judges comments? Do you think Rumer did enough to avoid elimination next week? Sound out in the comments and let us know your thoughts?