Dancing With the Stars 2015 Recap 4/27/15 – Week 7 – Who Was Eliminated – Era Week

By on April 27, 2015
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In the seventh week of Dancing With the Stars there are only seven couples who will be competing for the Mirror Ball trophy.  With only three more weeks until the season finale of Dancing With the Stars it could be anyone’s trophy to win.

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The reality show will be celebrating its 10th anniversary tomorrow night, April 28, 2015, where we will see performances from previous Dancing With the Stars winners including,  Donald Driver, Hines Ward, Kurt Warner, Jacoby Jones, Emmitt Smith, Michael Irvin, Jerry Rice and Meryl Davis.

Tonight the contestants will be performing a dance from different eras. With Derek Hough injured and out for at least this week and possibly the rest of the season, Nastia Liukin will be dancing with Sasha Farber. Read all the details about Derek Hough’s injuries here.  

The celebrities will be dancing the following for Era Night:

Noah Galloway dancing 70’s Jazz
Robert Herjavec dancing an 80’s Argentine Tango
Nastia Liukin dancing a Modern Charleston
Riker Lynch dancing a 20’s Quickstep
Willow Shields dancing a Futuristic Jazz
Chris Soules dancing a 40’s Foxtrot
Rumer Willis dancing a 60’s Jive

There will also be immunity handed out following tonight’s performance. The couple with the highest overall score of the night will be granted immunity from elimination. The remaining couples will then compete in a dance-off to earn extra judges’ points in an effort to increase their overall score. At the end of the night, one couple will be sent home.

Last week the scores were a bit low with Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson receiving 28/40. The high scorers of the evening were Riker Lynch scoring a 37/40 and Willow Shields scoring a 34/40.

Will this week’s scores be higher. Will anyone receive all 10’s? We have yet to see that this season and there are only three weeks left until the final takes place.

Chris Soules
Dance: Foxtrot
Judges Comments: Julianne: There is something that happens when you have that moment. Last week was your comeback week, this week was awesome. As a whole that dance was so real. Bruno: I think your turning into a dancer. I agree with Julieann. There was such wonderful fluidity. Still slightly jagged moments but the improvement is amazing. Carrie Ann: I think you ae the underdog. It’s week 7, all I see is up, up, up. You’ve got the momentum. You’re the most exciting one to watch for me. Len: Of course you are the underdog, No performance backdown. I do see improvement coming along.
Total Scores: 31/40

Keep reading to see how the rest of the dancers did.

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