Bonner Bolton Dancing With The Stars Rumba Video Season 24 Episode 6 – 4/24/17 #DWTS

Bonner Bolton Dancing With The Stars Rumba Video Season 24 Episode 6 – 4/24/17 #DWTS

Tonight on ABC the glitz returns to the ballroom as Dancing With The Stars returns for the sixth episode of season 24 and it is Boy bands and Girl groups Night. Professional bull rider Bonner Bolton and his professional dancer Sharna Burgess took the DWTS stage tonight and danced the Rumba to “I Want It That Way” by Backstreet Boys.

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On tonight’s episode, the eight remaining celebrities will dance to songs from some of the most popular boy bands and girl groups throughout history, and the men and women will also compete against each other in team dances. Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter joins Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, Carrie Ann Inaba and Julianne Hough as a guest judge.

Judge’s comments on Bonner Bolton’s DWTS Season 24 episode 6 Stars Rumba:

Len: In Rumba you got to show more emotion, your lines were good, the bits between the lines could have been more fluid. Well done. Bruno: Listen, there is one thing, Rumba is hard for men. You have to do a continuous movement, it was a bit jagged. Carrie Ann: I appreciate you took the note from last week, I am really proud of you for that. I loved the fact that you were in synch together. Solid Rumba! Nick: Honestly, I can’t be more proud of what I just saw on the dance floor. Bonner, I think that you have to find a way to let go.

Scores: Carrie Ann: 8 Nick: 8 Len: 7 Bruno: 7 Total: 30/40 – Vote for Bonner Bolton & Sharna Burgess at 1-800-868-3401.

Watch the video below and let us know what you think, do you agree with the judge’s comments? Do you think Bonner did enough to avoid elimination tomorrow? Make sure to head over and check out all our DWTS recaps, spoilers, news & more, right here.

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