Alfonso Ribeiro Dominates The Dance Floor On 'DWTS'
By Zach Seemayer
In a night of top notch performances, with Jonathan Bennett and Michael Waltrip delivering their best dances yet, it was the always-entertaining Alfonso Ribeiro and Witney Carson who really won the evening.
While they might have had the dance to beat, it wasn't the highlight of the evening! Check out the best, worst and weirdest moments from this week's Dancing With The Stars.
Jonathan and Allison Holker's Men In Black Dance
Jonathan Bennett was told he was in jeopardy, and then immediately had to get up and dance to Pitbull's Men In Black 3 song "Back In Time." So, in the vein of Men in Black, they donned government issue suits and Jonathan delivered his best performance ever. Sure, the set designers might have confused Men In Black with The Matrix, but it was pretty spectacular.
Janel Parrish and Val Chmerkovskiy Admit To Being In Love
Because everyone already realizes it, Janel and Val admitted to having "feelings" for each other, much to the surprise of absolutely no one. Then they supposedly have a fight, because this is still a TV show and they need to build drama.
Leah Remini's Super Aggressive Post-Dance Interviews
Leah Remini was subbing in for Erin Andrews, and somehow managed to be even more aggressive than the NFL sideline reporter. However, she's was wildly funny even in her abruptness.
This week, Sadie dropped the Duck Dynasty decor and the Great Gatsby glam and went for a simple, sweet, passionate performance that showed her skill, and demonstrated her natural physical talent. Pitbull loved it (giving it a 10) while the other judges were (incorrectly) a little harsher. Carrie Ann Inaba gave it a 9 while Bruno Tonioli and Julianne Hough both gave 8s.
Janel and Val Being "In Jeopardy"
Come on, people. You seriously expect us to buy that? Sure, she might not make it to the end, but when you waste "jeopardy" slot on a couple who clearly won't be going home, it ruins a little of the already minimal tension.
That Moment When You Realized The Secret To Pitbull's Career
It wasn't until you see Pitbull in a bright red blazer singing "Fireball" with girls in gold-fringe dresses that you realize his entire career can be summed up by asking, "What if pop hip-hop genre existed in the 1950s?" Remember his MIB 3 song "Back In Time"?
Julianne's Hand Jewelry
This isn't really about dancing, but what was up with Julianne's hand jewelry? It looks like she accidentally tangled up a necklace, couldn't undo the knot, and figured she'd just drape it over her hand.
Cloris Leachman Appearing In A Vision To A Shirtless Tommy Chong In The Desert
Alfonso Ribeiro and Witney Carson -39
Bethany Mota and Derek Hough - 36
Sadie Robertson and Mark Ballas - 35
Janel Parrish and Val Chmerkovskiy - 33
Jonathan Bennett and Allison Holker - 32
Lea Thompson and Artem Chigvintsev - 32
Michael Waltrip and Emma Slater - 30
Antonio Sabato, Jr. and Cheryl Burke - 28
Tommy Chong and Peta Murgatroyd - 28
WHO GOT ELIMINATED (SPOILERS)
Well, the last three couples who were up on the chopping block ended up being Michael Waltrip and Emma Slater, Jonathan Bennett and Allison Holker and Janel Parrish and Val Chmerkovskiy.
Can you guess who was first let off the hook and told they were safe? That's right, Michael Waltrip. Meaning the "tense" and "thrilling" showdown was between the stunning and talented Janel and the sweet but stumbling-all-over-the-place Jonathan.