Dancing With the Stars Recap 10/21/19: Season 28 Episode 6

Dancing With the Stars Recap 10/21/19: Season 28 Episode 6

Tonight on ABC the glitz and the glimmer returns to the ballroom as Dancing With The Stars when season 28 episode 6 of DWTS airs! We have your all-new Monday, October 21, 2019, season 28 Episode 6 Dancing With The Stars recap below! On tonight’s DWTS Season 28 episode 6 as per the ABC synopsis, “After a memorable “Disney Night” where there was no elimination, nine celebrity, and pro-dancer couples return to the ballroom and compete on the sixth week of the 2019 season. The show will open with the couples entering the ballroom to “Celebration” by Kool & The Gang.

In addition, the cast of Dancing with the Stars – Live Tour 2020 will perform a dance choreographed by Emmy® Award-winning Mandy Moore. The nationwide tour kicks off Jan. 9 in Richmond, Virginia.”

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Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber dancing the Quickstep to “Take On Me,” by A-ha.

Judges Comments: Len: “First out, first class. I liked it very much, I liked your frame and your left hand. I love this season that the dances are longer. There were little foot faults, but overall it was full of energy.” Bruno: “That was so bright, very enthusiastic and fast. You lost synchronicity because of the speed, but the body contact was good. Very strong as a performance.” Carrie Ann: “I agree with Bruno, I love the concept and it was very challenging. You have excelled and I see you growing and the body contact was gorgeous.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann 8, Len 9, Bruno 8 = 25, the total for 2 weeks is 52 out of 60.

Kate Flannery and Pasha Pashkov dancing the Viennese waltz to “I Have Nothing,” by Whitney Houston.

Judges Comments: Bruno: “I love what you did with that. It was assertive and romantic, in the best possible taste. It worked wonders, really good.” Carrie Ann: “I am speechless. Your hard work paid off in spades. It was so victorious.” Len: “I am really happy. There is a step in the Vienesse waltz that I never see and you did it. I proud of you, it was great. An absolutely great performance.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann: 9, Len: 9, Bruno: 9 = 27, the total for 2 weeks is 51 out of 60.

Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson dancing the Quickstep to “Part-time Lover,” by Stevie Wonder.

Judges Comments: Carrie Ann: “You guys are so in sync when you dance. You had one tiny mess up with your feet, but that was ridiculously amazing.” Len: “I thought the routine was terrific. However, there was a major incident. Apart from that, I thought you did an amazing job.” Bruno: “You are a full-time dancer. Apart from that little misunderstanding, it was light, fast-paced, it was excellent work regardless.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann 9, Len 8, Bruno 9 = 26, the total for 2 weeks is 52 out of 60.

Karamo Brown and Jenna Johnson dancing Contemporary to “Someone You Loved,” by Lewis Capaldi.

Judges Comments: Len: “If I could sum that dance up with one word, it was fluid. The lifts were great. This has light and shade, fast and slow, I thought it was a really well-constructed dance.” Bruno: “You really were focused and had intention. There was no self-doubt, there was a wonderful balance of strength and fluidity.” Carrie Ann: “When you danced I could just feel your love and your passion, you didn’t miss one step.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann 9, Len 8, Bruno 8 = 25, the total for 2 weeks is 46 out of 60.

Hannah Brown and Alan Bernstein dancing the Samba to “Southbound,” by Carrie Underwood.

Judges Comments: Bruno: “Brazil to Nashville, what a party. You did it, but at times, you lose your natural bounce, not quite on the rhythm. Very good.” Carrie Ann: “You are a phenomenal dancer, but I agree with Bruno, you were ahead of the beat. I appreciate that you went for it, you are still a fantastic dancer.” Len: “That was not an easy routine, but you coped very well. Well done, I like the flair, get more pressure in your feet that will give you more hip action.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann 8, Len 8, Bruno 8 = 24/30, the total for 2 weeks is 49 out of 60.

Sailor Brinkley-Cook and Valentin Chmerkovskiy dancing the Jive to “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go,” by Wham.

Judges Comments: Carrie Ann: “That was amazing, to be animated is your thing. I had a blast watching you do the jive.” Len: “Well I don’t need waking up, that was decaffeinated, it was full of flavor. Val seems to be really enjoying himself.” Bruno: “Look at you, it was a great jive, you were the star and knew what you were doing.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann 9, Len 9, Bruno 9 = 27/30, the total for 2 weeks is 51 out of 60.

Sean Spicer and Lindsay Arnold dancing the Viennese waltz by “Somebody to Love,” by Queen.

Judges Comments: Len: “I admire your tenacity and hard work. Dancing doesn’t come easy for you but you come out every week and you give it your all and for that, I respect you.” Bruno: “The smartest you ever looked, almost regal. It was a difficult dance, but you looked like tumbleweed. You tried to do it all.” Carrie Ann: “There was really a nice tenderness to how you were dancing, I could tell by how you were holding each other. You were keeping your feet from out of you.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann 7, Len 7, Bruno 7 = 21/30, the total for 2 weeks is 40 out of 60.

James Van Der Beek and Emma Slater dancing the Samba to “Light It Up,” by Major Lazer feat. Nyla & Fuse ODG.

Judges Comments: Bruno: “You had a hip chain reaction, from the legs through the body, in every direction, very loose and rhythmic.” Carrie Ann: “The whole thing was ridiculous. Sometimes you do the movement so good that it can get proportioned outside of your body.” Len: “Tutty fruity, what a booty! Your bump was out of control, it was a really really good samba.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann 9, Len 9, Bruno 9 = 27/30, the total for 2 weeks is 53/60.

Lauren Alaina and Gleb Savchenko dancing Contemporary to “The Other Side,” by Lauren Alaina.

Judges Comments: Carrie Ann: “You are a brave woman to dance that song, thank you – you have touched all of our hearts. It was like angels all around you dancing. Hold your head high, you should be proud of what you did.” Len: “Such a brave thing to do, to dance with such performance that is worthy of your stepfather, and Gleb. Well done.” Bruno: “It is very sad, but it makes me happy to see so much love and honesty, always keep it with you.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann 9, Len 8, Bruno 9 = 26/30, the total for 2 weeks is 49/60.

The judges scored have been combined for two weeks. The first couple who is safe is Lauren and Gleb. Also safe are Karamo and Jenna. Joining them next week are Kate and Pasha. Also coming back are Val and Witney. The next safe couple is James and Emma. Also safe are Sean and Lindsay. In no particular order, the last safe couple is Hannah and Alan.

This means, Sailor and Val, Ally and Sasha are in the bottom two.

Carrie Ann saves Ally and Sasha, Bruno saves Ally and Sasha.

Eliminated: Sailor and Val.