DWTS Week 5: The Switch up

Guest Judge this week is Jessie J.

Antonio switched it up with Allison and they did a Bollywood routine and it was alright, I thought they were out of sync at times. Some of their poses weren’t similar. But he had a lot of energy. They scored 8,6,7,7 totalling 28.

Bethany switched it up with Mark and they danced Hip Hop and it was very good!! I think she could of hit it harder a little bit more but it was well danced. It was more of a lyrical hip hop and she did attack. They scored 8,8,8,8 totalling 32 .

Jonathan switched it up with Peta and they danced a Jitterbug and it was good but it had quite a few mishaps. If he could of just kept up with the energy, technique and especially rhythm. They scored 6,6,6,6 totalling 24.

Alfonso switched it up with Cheryl and they danced a Flamenco and it was so impressive, he was definitely in character, great chemistry, but needed to lift his upper chest area and neck. They scored 8,9,9,8 to totalling 34.

Janel switched it up with Artem and they danced a Burlesque routine and it was very very very raunchy. Was a lot sexy but not true to Burlesque. They scored 8,8,8,9 totalling 33.

Michael switched it up with Witney and they danced a Disco number and it was fun to watch. It was amusing. The sync basic was not on time and he definitely had no technique. They scored 5,5,5,5 totalling 20.

Tommy switched it up with Emma and they danced a Mambo and it was entertaining to watch. He stepped in his basic just outside his reach.  The routine lacked energy. They scored 6,6,5,6 totalling 23.

Sadie switched it up with Derek and they danced a Charleston and it was very good but the basic was not technically clean. It was a very modern rendition of a Charleston. She needs to keep on time on solo moments. They scored 9,9,9,9 leaving them with the highest score of the night 36.

Lea switched it up with Val and they danced a Broadway routine and it was very good. There was a little booboo in the beginning of the routine. It had great energy. They scored 9,8,8,9 totalling 34.



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