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Who Will Be Eliminated on Tonight's 'Dancing With the Stars' Episode?

Who Will Be Eliminated on Tonight's 'Dancing With the Stars' Episode?

"I can't dance, but I was dancing to give my share of the purse to St. Jude and Shriners Hospitals", he explained. "That's how I feel towards my father, and to be able to express that on the dance floor - and Emma coming up with her awesome choreography for it - I was able to display a lot".

In honor of the episode's theme, "Most Memorable Year", the 20-year-old looked back on 2000 - the year she was adopted. Judges Lenn and Julianne both agreed that this was the performance that transformed Nancy and Artem from pack members to competition frontrunners. "I love this part of the competition because you finally see something different in their eyes", Zee said on "GMA".

The powerhouse performance of the evening was Rashad Jennings' contemporary dance to Katy Perry's "Unconditionally", which served as a tribute to the growing relationship he's built with his father over the past 11 years. She earned a score of 36 out of 40 from the judges.

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"I just heard what you did", he tweeted. But one broadcast network practically took viewers to "church" with emotional performances to two popular Christian songs.

"We didn't get booted off, we gradually eased off", he said on "GMA". Head judge Len Goodman told her that "you've moved from the pack to a front runner". Judge Carrie Ann commented on the awkward beginning of the number and how it led to an effective representation of the memories Nick was trying to convey as the partners became more comfortable with each other as the dance continued. You come out here like this is who I am, you got it and you flaunt it. She received a 32 for this week's dance. As Michael Strahan mentioned on Good Morning America, Dancing Fools' elimination was met by loud boos from the audience, followed by a standing ovation for the eliminated team. The biggest revelation, however, is that Heather and her husband Taylor went to the same high school but connected through MySpace. Judge Bruno remarked: "You danced for what you believe in". Carrie Ann said it showed her "incredible vulnerability just beneath incredible courage", and Bruno added it was "a beautifully constructed routine". But this time, she made it a point to say how important the professional dancers, the wardrobe stylists, and everyone else behind the scenes make the show what it is.

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