Tonight on ABC the glitz returns to the ballroom as Dancing With The Stars returns for the Semi-Finals of season 24 and the remaining contestants will dance two dances – one being a Judges’ Challenge the other a dance the celebrity has not danced. American former professional baseball catcher in the Major League David Ross and his professional dancer Lindsay Arnold took the DWTS stage tonight and danced a Tango to “Castle on the Hill” by Ed Sheeran.
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On tonight’s episode, the four remaining couples advance to the Semi-Finals, as the competition heats up and the show edges closer to the following week’s crowning of the coveted Mirrorball trophy. In addition, two-time “Dancing with the Stars” Mirrorball champion and Emmy-nominated choreographer Cheryl Burke returns to the ballroom with a special performance from her 30-city tour, “Love on the Floor.”
Judge’s comments on David Ross’ DWTS Season 24 Semi-Finals Tango: Julianne: I am over calling you the fan favorite because you are meant to be here, you are a great dancer. You are the show, this is what it’s all about. Bruno: In this one, you went for it like a torpedo in a tuxedo. Driven, determined, I don’t care what the judges are saying, I am going to do this dance! Carrie Ann: I agree, you often lose a little on the corners, but tonight you didn’t. This was your best dance yet. Len: There have been better dances on DWTS. But, no one has worked harder, tried harder, or given me more enjoyment than you.
Scores: Carrie Ann: 9 Julianne: 9 Len: 9 Bruno: 9 Total: 36/40 – Vote for David Ross & Lindsay Arnold at 1-800-868-3404.
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