“Dancing with the Stars” was filled with a few unhappy contestants on Tuesday’s “Latin Night.”
While Peta Murgatroyd and actor Barry Williams struggled in the first week and received a score of 16, the duo worked hard on this week’s Cha-Cha to Tito Puente’s “Oye Como Va” and were quite shocked to receive a 5 from judge Carrie Ann. Annaba. After the result, the ABC broadcast went silent as Murgatroyd appeared to respond with a “Bulls–t,” which was called out from the live broadcast.
However, the duo did not land in the bottom two places. Instead, it was the season’s most controversial dancer, Adrian Peterson, who landed at the bottom alongside Jamie Lynn Spears. Peterson’s package this week seemed to try to appeal to the public, as it showed his life at home as he introduced his partner Britt Stewart to his newborn. Peterson and Stewart received a score of 15 for their routine, three points lower than the first week.
Ariana Madix and Pasha Pashkov also earned one point less than Week 1’s 20, but the “Vanderpump Rules” alum remained positive as she admitted that samba is much harder than tango. On the other end of the spectrum, Alyson Hannigan and Sasha Farber, who had scores of 13 during the premiere, scored 19 points for their sensual tango, showing a huge improvement.
Mauricio Umansky and Emma Slater, who landed in the bottom two during the first week, had another rough week, making multiple errors during their routine and receiving 12 points. However, he was safe.
In the end, Spears was sent home in what judge Derek Hough called “shocking,” especially since many of the teams received lower scores.
See all two scores of the week below.
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