Dancing with the Stars Recap: Double Jeopardy

Dancing with the Stars Recap: Double Jeopardy

Triple the fun and double jeopardy is the name of the game this week, on Dancing with The Stars. Each couple had to learn two dances – one with their partner, and the other with two partners. The Trio twist was a fun change up for tonight's show that showcased the dancers ability to keep up with two professionals.

Tonight’s episode is a double elimination with no dance duel to save anyone in the bottom two. Maria Menonous and Melissa Gilbert both found themselves in the bottom two this week. William Levy topped the leader board with a gentile Foxtrot and a powerful Paso Doble. William earned his perfect score during for his Foxtrot with partner Cheryl Burke.

Judge, Len Goodman, was not impressed with Derek Hough choreography this week. He complained that Maria's Viennese Waltz lacked substance and her Samba

wasn't really a Samba. Derek took a big chance when he tried to pass a Samba off as a Bollywood Dance, but Len wasn't biting this week.

Melissa Gilbert had two of her best performances of her DWTS career and even managed to pull out three straight 9's from the judges for her trio dance. Even that was not enough to keep her out of the bottom spot.

Donald Driver was pure magic, but the judges withheld the perfect score again. His first dance was a Tango, which garnered glowing words from the judges, but not the 10's viewers were expecting.

Katherine Jenkins managed to dance straight through a major wardrobe malfunction without missing a beat during her Trio Cha Cha. Her Trio performance earned her a score of 29, the highest of the round.



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