Dancing with the Stars

It’s All About The Memories – Dancing With The Stars: Week 3

The dance floor is beginning to heal up with ten celebrities fighting it out for the mirror ball trophy. This week is all about music that brings up memories from the past…

Dancing with the Stars AU is beginning to get hot. Sure we have many shirtless male dancers and yes, a few of the male celebs, but it’s all about the heart and soul that goes into the routine. This week’s theme is memories of the past that had a real impact for the remaining celebrities.

1. Michelle and Aric

Michelle danced the Tango to honor her son, Axel. It was a special moment for her to honor her family and her partner, Commando Steve. Craig, being Satan called the routine d-u-l-l. It wasn’t great, but it wasn’t bad either.

Michelle’s score is: 18

2. Constance and Gustavo

Constance’s routine this week is Contemporary to honor the kids she sponsors in Kenya. She threw everything she had at the dance, but some of the elements were slightly off.

Constance’s score is: 17

3. Curtly and Siobhan

Curtly’s performance this week is the Paso Doble in honor of his Cricket days of 1992-93. During the routine Siobhan accidently tripped and he took a swipe at Craig.

Curtly’s score is 15

4. Jett and Lily

Jett won a medal in surf lifesaving. His dance this week is Tango. The routinue is one of his best dances over the last three weeks. He even showed the judges up by jumping up onto their desk. It wasn’t perfect and mistakes happen and Craig was critical… again.

Jett’s score is: 14

5. Denise and Jeremy

Denise Scott is dancing the cha cha to a moment in 1966 when she was 11 when she became a comedian. She added so much heart to the dance where she shares the fear she had of going out onto the stage for the first time as a kid.

Denise’s score is: 9

6. Jimmy and Alex

Jimmy celebrated the births of his twin boys who came after two and a half years of trying for a second child and ten years in TV. His dance respresents the love he holds for his family and is the rumba. His wife was in the audience and the judges loved

Talk about amazing and fluid!

Jimmy’s score is: 23

7. Cassandra and Marco

Cass’s performance reflected 2016 when her marriage broke down and how there was a load of criticisms surrounding her and her private life. Two of her three kids were in the audience.

Cassandra’s score is: 13

8. Olympia and Jarryd

Olympia’s routine reflects her struggle with a toxic relationship and being hired on Neighbours. Her dance was raw and shows the strength she had to get out of the relationship.

Olympia’s score is: 24

9. Courtney and Joshua

Shane (Courtney’s male alterego) talks about how he realised he was gender fluid after talking to his friend Chaz Bono, the son of Cher who was once her daughter, Chastity. Her dance is Tango.

Courtney’s score is: 25

10. Samuel and Jorja

This week’s dance was emotional for Sam as he dances to honor his late sister, Connie who died after a lifelong battle with cancer. His dance showed the deep love he had for Connie and how proud she would be of him.

Samuel’s score is: 24

Who Got Eliminated?

This week’s elimination was a little different than last week. Instead of two contestants on the chopping block, it was three! Oh, the drama! Cass, Denise, Michelle were placed on the chopping block. It was just as well as Sarah Harris, Joe Hilderbrand, and Angela Bishop were there because Denise was eliminated from the show.

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About Author

C.J. Hawkings has written for the now-defunct Entertainment website, Movie Pilot and the still functioning WhatCulture and ScreenRant. She now writes for FanSided and is loving it!

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