Dancing With the Stars Recap 11/11/19: Season 28 Episode 9 “Boy Band & Girl Group Night”

Tonight on ABC the glitz and the glimmer returns to the ballroom as Dancing With The Stars when season 28 episode 9 of DWTS airs! We have your all-new Monday, November 11, 2019, season 28 Episode 9 Dancing With The Stars recap below! On tonight’s DWTS Season 28 episode 9 “Six celebrity and pro-dancer couples return to the ballroom to compete on the ninth week of the 2019 season.

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Tonight’s guest judge is season four runner-up, Joey Fatone.

James Van Der Berk and partner, Emma Slater dancing the Jive to “I’m So Excited,” by the Pointer Sisters.

Judges Comments: Len: “To learn two dances is a tough call, you danced a jive with a lot of steps, I like the speed, the kicks and flicks were sharp.” Joey: “It is amazing to watch, you look effortless, you do it with a smile. I’m proud of you for doing this.” Bruno: “First out and we are on a roll, what you did you did very well. It could have a little more pump on the downbeat.” Carrie Ann: “Once again you achieved excellence. I love that there is such smoothness and finesse.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann: 9, Len: 9, Joey: 9, Bruno: 9 = 36/40

Sean Spicer and partner, Lindsay Arnold dancing the Argentine Tango to “Bills, Bills, Bills,” by Destiny’s Child.

Judges Comments: Joey: “I’ve watched you throughout this competition and you give it 110%, you really do. Your frame was really good, your feet, well this is the crucial time. Your fluidity is stumped, if you have that, you will go far.” Bruno: “The truth is you try very hard. You are competing with people that are better than you and it was more like an Argentine Struggle.” Carrie Ann: “I appreciate you are leveling up. I know you want to prove to everyone that you deserve to be here, the thing that is missing is the artistry.” Len: “The best thing about is that it wasn’t very long. It was just a serious of walking about, a couple of flicks – I can’t even comment on it, I didn’t like it.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann: 7 Len: 6, Joey: 7, Bruno: 6 = 26/40

Hannah Brown and her partner, Alan Bersten dancing the Salsa to “No Scrubs,” by TLC.

Judges Comments: Bruno: “It is so good to see your confidence build dance after dance. Tonight your timing was off, a couple of times you just lost it. But you are a star attraction.” Carrie Ann: “I love the attitude, I love the turns but your lifts were a little out of sorts. This dance was good, but it wasn’t amazing.” Len: “I thought the lifts were good, you got a little bit ahead of the music. But, full of rhythm, full of Latin flavor.” Joey: “Keep practicing the lifts, they were a little sloppy.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann: 8, Len: 8, Joey: 8, Bruno: 8 = 32/40

Ally Brooke and her partner, Sasha Farber dancing the Samba to “Wannabe,” by the Spice Girls.

Judges Comments: Carrie Ann: “That was amazing, the way you are dancing is incredible. You danced so perfectly in-synch that it was flawless.” Len: “There was plenty of recognizable Samba, great technique, it was a fantastic dance.” Joey: “I was waiting for a Samba roll. Amazing job.” Bruno: “I want more of that, it was a proper technically eight Samba.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann: 10, Len: 10, Joey: 10, Bruno: 10 = 40/40

Lauren Alaina and her partner, Gleb Savchenko dancing the Quick-Step to “Can’t Hurry Love,” by The Supremes.

Judges Comments: Len: “I love the spin turn and the chassy. There were one of or two little moments that were not good, but I liked it.” Joey: “It was a tough dance, there were few foot things, but overall the energy was great.” Bruno: “You really captured the feel of a timeless Quick-Step. It was a difficult routine, there were a couple of times when you were off.” Carrie Ann: “I thought it was fantastic and don’t know what you are all talking about, I loved it.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann: 9, Len: 9, Joey: 8, Bruno: 8 = 34/40

Kel Mitchell and his partner, Witney Carson dancing the Paso Doble to “Free Your Mind,” by En Vogue.

Judges Comments: Joey: “Amazing job, overall great.” Bruno: “It was the power of the performance. Be careful not to close in the lines because of the power. I am overwhelmed by the power of the performance.” Carrie Ann: “Your arms were small and you have to dance big, not little – use that space.” Len: “Too many gimmicks and not enough Paso Doble in my world.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann: 8, Len: 8, Joey: 9, Bruno: 9 = 34/40

James Van Der Beek and his partner, Emma Slater dancing Jazz to “Bye, Bye, Bye,” by the Backstreet Boys.

Judges Comments: Len: “That was too much of a boy band, would have been better to have more together dancing.” Joey: “If I could give a hundred I would. It is all about the attitude, it was really great, hands down awesome.” Bruno: “There could have been a little more together, attention to your partner.” Carrie Ann: “You have this amazing ability to give three hundred percent. Just be a little careful of your elbows.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann: 9, Len: 8, Joey: 10, Bruno: 9 – 36/40

Hannah Brown and her partner, Alan Bersten doing the Tango to “Boy With Luv,” by BTS.

Judges Comments: Joey: “I was watching your feet the whole time and it was awesome.” Bruno: “I am purring like a kitten, that was pure pleasure. You brought a lot of passion and elegance, you were killing it, the lines were great. Old school Hollywood.” Carrie Ann: “You have to bring A-game every time if you want to win, thank you for doing that.” Len: “It was sharp, good frame, good posture – a little loose on occasion, but well done.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann: 10, Len: 9, Joey: 10, Bruno: 10 = 39/40

Sean Spicer and partner, Lindsay Arnold dancing a Fox Trot to “Story Of My Life,” by One Direction.

Judges Comments: Bruno: “No surprises there, you were solid and consistent. Your technique always goes in one direction, reverse. You presented it well, but a little clumpy.” Carrie Ann: “Unfortunately you lost your step a little bit in the middle, I love you for coming out here – you are doing the best you can.” Len: “It flowed, then it splattered, then there were a couple of drips, then it flowed again.” Joey: “You always give it 110%, its more about the feeling and the journey.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann: 6, Len: 6, Joey: 6, Bruno: 6 = 24/40

Lauren Alaina and partner, Gleb Saychenko dancing the Rumba to “I Want It That Way,” by the Backstreet Boys.

Judges Comments: Carrie Ann: “I can’t believe how far you have grown, you are so intuned with your body. It’s really an artistic explosion.” Len” I liked it very much, very fluid movement, sure-footed, well done.” Joey: “The dance and what you did was amazing.” Bruno: “If you like your Rumba hot, Lauren delivers.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann: 9, Len: 9, Joey: 9, Bruno: 9 = 36/40

Kel Mitchell and his partner, Witney Carson dancing the Vienesse Waltz to “I’ll Make Love To You,” by Boys II Men.

Judges Comments: Len: “It was terrific. Natural turns, reverse turns – it was a really polished performance.” Joey: “It was a great job, amazing.” Bruno: “You danced like a perfect gentleman. You have no idea how hard it is to lead these dances. You two were sensational.” Carrie Ann: “What impressed me most is you took direction with your arms, well done.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann: 10, Len: 10, Joey: 10, Bruno: 10 = 40/40

Ally Brooke with her partner, Sasha Farber dancing Jazz to “Step By Step,” by New Kids On The Block.

Judges Comments: Joey: “Well done, the energy was amazing. It was so much fun.” Bruno: “That was a pure delight, you reminded me of my dear friend, Paula Abdul.” Carrie Ann: “It was just flawless again, it was so good.” Len: “You have such a bubbly personality and it was reflected in this dance, it was the whole package, well done.”

Judges Scores: Carrie Ann: 10, Len: 10, Joey: 10, Bruno: 10 = 40/40

Time for some results: Sean Spicer & Lindsay Arnold, Lauren Alaina & Gleb Saychenko are in the bottom two.

Carrie Ann saves Lauren & Gleb, Bruno saes Lauren & Gleb.

Sean Spicer & Lindsay Arnold are leaving the competition.


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