Tonight on ABC the glitz and the glimmer returns to the ballroom! We have your all-new Monday, April 10, 2017, season 24 episode 4 “Most Memorable Year” and we have your Dancing With The Stars recap below! On tonight’s DWTS Season 24 episode 4 as per the ABC synopsis, “An elimination occurs after the fourth week of performances, which feature songs representing memorable years in the celebrities’ lives.”
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It’s most memorable year tonight on Dancing With the Stars! After an exciting opening number, it’s time to get down to the celebrity dancers and their pro partners.
Normani Cordei’s most memorable year is 2012, the year that world learned her name and she joined Fifth Harmony.
Normani Kordei & Valentin Chmerkovskiy – Rumba – “Impossible” by Shontelle
Judges Comments: Len: I’ve got to say you are a terrific dancer. Val, I’ve got to say, a little bit more content. I didn’t see much Rumba. Julianne: You are a powerhouse! You dance as if your career depends on it, and that sacrifice that your parents made is worth it. Bruno: I think you know what I like, and you gave it to me! A diva on overdrive! I felt Val was almost unnecessary. Carrie Ann: Tonight, it was about your empowerment. There was a pride in you that was wonderful to watch, but I wish you guys wouldn’t lift.
Scores: Carrie Ann: 8 Len: 7 Julianne: 8 Bruno: 9 Total: 32/40
Nick Viall’s most memorable year is 2016, the year that he met his fiancé Vanessa Grimaldi and found love on The Bachelor.
Nick Viall & Peta Murgatroyd – Rumba – “Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran (VIDEO HERE)
Judges Comments: Len: I’ve seen you with your shirt off now and we’ve got something in common. It was your best dance so far, well done. Julianne: Peta, you’re really smart. Nick, you look really comfortable with a lot of women. This was your best dance. Bruno: I felt something new stirring inside you tonight. That’s the way to go! Carrie Ann: I thought the beginning was a bit rough, but in a weird way you claim it. But, the dance became magical. Great choreography.
Scores: Carrie Ann: 8 Len: 7 Julianne: 8 Bruno: 7 Total: 30/40
Nancy Kerrigan’s most memorable year is the year that she became a mother.
Nancy Kerrigan & Artem Chigvintsev – Foxtrot – “My Wish” by Rascal Flatts (VIDEO HERE)
Judges Comments Len: You did a nice amount in whole of proper Foxtrot movement. You have moved from the pack to a frontrunner. Julianne: Each week you make the biggest strides. The focus you guys had on the floor tonight was so beautiful. There was this child link purity when you were dancing. Bruno: This had an amazing lyricism, a wonderful dynamic all the way through. But, don’t use your topline when you do over head turns. Carrie Ann: You have that incredible vulnerability, it’s so inspiring. You really touch me and I think you touch everyone else. Well done.
Scores: Carrie Ann: 8 Len: 9 Julianne: 8 Bruno: 8 Total: 33/40
Mr. T’s most memorable year is 1995, the year that he was diagnosed with cancer.Mr. T & Kym Herjavec – Waltz – “Amazing Grace” by Ray Chew Live
Mr. T & Kym Herjavec – Waltz – “Amazing Grace” by Ray Chew Live
Judges Comments Len: You two are definitely the A-Team. As for you Mr. T, I admire you more than any other celebrity, well done. Julianne: The beauty was in the performance, your spirit came through, it was breathtaking. Your story was so evident here on this stage tonight. Bruno: What can I add to this? Love and respect, you really are a good man, you have a heart of gold. This dance reflected who you are, a great man. Carrie Ann: Some people might be winning the race with fancy moves and high scores, but you are definitely winning our hearts.
Scores: Carrie Ann: 7 Len: 7 Julianne: 7 Bruno: 7 Total: 28/40
Heather Morris’ most memorable year is 2015, the year that she got married to her husband Taylor.
Heather Morris & Maksim Chmerkovskiy [Alan Bersten] – Cha Cha – “Shut Up and Dance” by Walk the Moon (VIDEO HERE)
Judges Comments Len: Sharp, crisp, great hip action, loved the routine, loved your dancing. I thought it was lovely. Julianne: Alan, the choreography was amazing, so much Cha-Cha. This brought so much life and energy to tonight, it was so fun all around. Bruno: Can I marry you both? They look like they are having such a good time. What you painted was a picture of the perfect couple in perfect harmony. Carrie Ann: Technique on point. You were just A-Game. As I get to know you, you become more beautiful, your light gets brighter and brighter with each dance. I did dock a point for the lift, but I still loved it.
Scores: Carrie Ann: 8 Len: 9 Julianne: 9 Bruno: 9 Total: 35/40
David Ross’ most memorable year is 2016, his last year playing baseball and the Cubs won the world series.
David Ross & Lindsay Arnold – Viennese Waltz – “Forever Young” by Youth Group (VIDEO HERE)
Judges Comments Len: I’ve been watching baseball so I am going to talk to you in a language you can understands [acts out baseball signals]. Julianne: Isn’t this night so amazing? Everyone is on their game! It was so beautiful, your spirit and energy is always infectious. You know I love this team. Bruno: You still have the vitality of a spring chicken! You were both gorgeous, wonderful dynamic. You can’t jump on the Viennese Waltz, you have to float. Carrie Ann: I am going to say though, you were skipping and hopping, you lost a little control. You were running for home! I loved the enthusiasm though.
Scores: Carrie Ann: 7 Len: 8 Julianne: 8 Bruno: 8 Total: 31/40
Rashad Jennings’ most memorable year is 2006 – the year he learned the true meaning of unconditional love, and gave up a college scholarship playing football to move back home to be with his ill father.
Rashad Jennings & Emma Slater – Contemporary – “Unconditionally” by Katy Perry
Judges Comments Julianne: Emotion equals emotion. What you just did I have no words for. Your vulnerability gives every man out there to be their true selves. Your relationship with your father is so beautiful. Thank you so much for putting it out there. Bruno: I am mesmerized, I wasn’t watching dance, I was watching two great artists painting one of the most beautiful works of art. Art is something that speaks to your body and soul and affects you forever, thank you. Carrie Ann: There’s a time and a place for everything, what you did was right. I think you missed your calling, you are a born dance. That was incredible.
Scores: Carrie Ann: 10 Len: 9 Julianne: 10 Bruno: 10 Total: 39/40
Erika Jayne’s most memorable year is 1989, the year she moved to New York City to become a star and get her big break.
Erika Jayne & Gleb Savchenko – Cha Cha – “Express Yourself” by Madonna (VIDEO HERE)
Judges Comments Len: Erika you are in a bit of a plateau, it’s a bit same old same old. Gleb, you got a terrific dancer here, I’d like to see her come out here and really dance. Julianne: Well I think you are fierce just like Madonna! Great leg action, I want to see a little more hip action. I know you got it! Bruno: You go for it, and I love that. You come out here like this is who I am, you got it and you flaunt it. Still, don’t forget to refine the technique. Carrie Ann: I love how you perform, there’s no apologies, you show up as you and present yourself. I think tonight’s choreography was different for you and I really appreciate that.
Scores: Carrie Ann: 8 Len: 7 Julianne: 7 Bruno: 8 Total: 30/40
Simone Biles’ most memorable year is 2000, the year that she was adopted by her grandparents and taken out of foster care.
Simone Biles & Sasha Farber – Viennese Waltz – “Good Good Father” by Chris Tomlin (VIDEO HERE)
Judges Comments Len: It was your best dance so far, well done. Julianne: This is what I have been waiting for is this emotion to come through. This, do this every single time. You got through it, sometimes being perfect is not the story we need to tell. Bruno: You are so adorable and you are really wearing your heart on your sleeve. You were vulnerable, but you still danced beautifully my darling. Carrie Ann: Tonight when you were feeling vulnerable and scared, you trusted your partner, and that was beautiful. The dancing as breathtaking, well done.
Scores: Carrie Ann: 9 Len: 9 Julianne: 9 Bruno: 9 Total: 36/40
Bonner Bolton’s most memorable year is 2016, the year that he broke his neck while bull-riding He went through months of physical therapy, and was temporarily paralyzed.
Bonner Bolton & Sharna Burgess – Foxtrot – “Feeling Good” by Michael Bublé (VIDEO HERE)
Judges Comments Len: Your frame was good, you had wide elbows, flat back, your footwork is a little suspect, but I have to say, welcome to the competition. Julianne: Well I am feeling good after that! Ballroom dances suit you. In the past I have always said you’re a hair behind Sharna, but you were leading Sharna tonight. Bruno: I think there’s a new leading man in town tonight. When you apply yourself to it, you can do anything! Carrie Ann: I can tell that this is all so very new to you, but there’s a fluidity and integrity to your moves. There’s an effortless dignity that comes to life every time you dance.
Scores: Carrie Ann: 8 Len: 8 Julianne: 8 Bruno: 8 Total: 32/40
Now, it’s time for someone to leave the competition. The couples in jeopardy tonight are Mr. T & Kym and Erika Jayne & Gleb.
According to the judges’ scores and America’s votes, Mr. T & Kym Herjavec are officially eliminated from DWTS.