Dancing With The Stars Season 20 Week 9

| May 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

The competition on Dancing With The Stars Season 20 Week 9 is very tight. Noah Galloway, Nastia Liukin, Riker Lynch and Rumer Willis have made it this far, but they must compete again to get to the Finals and a chance at the coveted Mirrorball Trophy. Each remaining couple will perform two full routines, including a Viennese Waltz, Quickstep, Paso Doble, Contemporary and Argentine Tango.

Only four couples remain and they will all perform two dances in order to earn a spot in next week’s finale, and the opportunity to perform a Freestyle routine. The show is getting more exciting as the finale is getting near. The creativity of the dances, the judges and seeing people getting out of their comfort zone to try something new is really fun.

Dancing With The Stars Season 20

The Dancing With The Stars Season 20 Week 9 Results Show is a jam-packed night that kicks-off with a simple American performance choreographed by Mandy Moore for Almay to honor the women of the U.S. Military. The performance will showcase a unique choreography and will feature both the Pro and Troupe dancers.

The first round will feature regular dances while the second round will be the judges’ choices. Each judge has complete creative control over one routine, from the music and concept to the costumes and lighting. And the judges will not be scoring the dance they came up with, so we only get three paddles instead of four for this round.

First Round:
Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy: Viennese Waltz– It’s inspired by 50 Shades of Grey and they go for the emotion and passion.

Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess: Viennese Waltz– But this is not the highlight of their routine. Noah gets down on one knee and proposes to his girlfriend, and that is something!

Riker Lynch and Allison Holker: Contemporary– The routine is crazy, intense, emotional and sensual. It’s all about his fantastic ability to move and Allison on her great choreography and his first perfect score!

Nastia Liukin and Sasha Farber: Quickstep– The dance is fine and full of content that she did her best. But she has no great chemistry with Sasha. “Nastia and Derek” was really great. Sorry Sasha.

Second Round:
Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy: Bruno’s Contemporary– It’s more of a fusion with Tango and Waltz as well. Dramatic and amazing with stunning lifts. In short, genius.

Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess: Carrie Ann’s Paso Doble– It’s a powerful and dramatic routine, but it doesn’t require a whole lot of actual dancing from Noah. It’s a metaphor for the battle for his life.

Riker Lynch and Allison Holker: Julianne’s Argentine Tango– The routine is nuts and starts off with a crazy Contemporary three-way (with Julianne), but when Julianne leaves the stage, you get to see a real Argentine Tango.

Nastia Liukin and Derek Hough: Len’s Viennese Waltz– The routine is all about the choreography and the story. It’s beautiful. Len gets a huge applause when he shows up at the end.

For some reason, this season happens to be the best DWTS show ever and I have watched every one of them. Out of the Final Four, there isn’t any of them, I want to see leaving the show and it will be sad no matter who it is. Unfortunately, at the end of the night, one couple will be eliminated from the competition.


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