DWTS Season 31 continues to produce excellent episode after excellent episode. James Bond Night just wrapped up and fans said goodbye to another couple. Now, only 13 couples remain in the competition.
Elvis Night ended in a three-way tie. Were any of the leading couples able to sneak ahead?
This article will contain major spoilers from tonight’s episode, so read on with caution!
DWTS Season 31 features another three-way tie for first
Dancing With The Stars has had many themed episodes this season. But this year, the exec team opted to come up with new, original ideas for themes. Tonight’s episode paid tribute to classic James Bond films. Fans had an amazing time watching the routines.
But at the end of the night, who managed to top the leaderboard?
Ultimately, Cheryl Ladd and Louis Van Amstel went home at the end of the night. Their fans are sad to see them go but are happy they remained in the competition for this long.
Charli D’Amelio and Mark Ballas were one of the couples tied for first at the end of Elvis Night. Their Cha Cha Cha impressed judges and they walked away with a final score of 33. On top of that, they took home the first 9 of the season. Wayne Brady and Witney also earned a 33 — as did Val Chmerkovskiy and Gabby Windey.
In other words, the three-way tie persists for another week. The judges just can’t seem to decide between Wayne, Gabby, and Charli.
Each week, the judges are looking for improvements. They want to see the remaining DWTS Season 31 contestants give the performance their best shot. And week after week, these three couples keep coming back with bigger and better performances.
Do you think these couples deserve to be at the top of the leaderboard? What was your favorite performance from James Bond Night? Be sure to leave your thoughts and comments below! Share your ideas with other eager Dancing With The Stars viewers.
Gabby Windey shows her vulnerable side during tonight’s episode
During the James Bond episode, The Bachelorette star Gabby Windey admitted that she felt like an imposter. She knew the other performers had a place in the competition, but she wasn’t sure if she had the skills to stay. After three performances, it’s abundantly clear to everyone in the ballroom and at home that Gabby deserves to be there.
Dancing With The Stars will come back for week four next Monday night at 8 PM eastern time. Tune into Disney+ and see what the remaining 13 contestants have to bring to the table! You won’t want to miss out.
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