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2. I am such a Muppet fan that you know I loved how Kermit the Frog joined the judges’ panel to score the Viennese waltz of Drew Scott and Emma Slater. Drew gets better and better each week as he learns dancing and proper technique. Judge Bruno Tonioli remarked, “I was expecting Gonzo, but got Prince Charming. You get more polished every week.” Judge Carrie Ann Inaba added, “You were so fluid, so polished, you are a contender.” Scores: one 9 and two 8s for a total of 25. Kermit gave the pair a 10 but Tom explained to him that his frog vote didn’t count. So cool.

3, Mark Ballas usually goes a little nuts with costumes and such for Disney Night, but this year, he played it cool and classy with a foxtrot with Lindsey ballet flat style girls shoes in ethnic hmong navy and brown embroidery with pink trim Stirling to “When You Wish Upon a Star” from “Pinocchio.” With Mickey Mouse providing the piano accompaniment, Lindsey and Mark performed an absolutely beautiful foxtrot, “You didn’t go quirky,” Carrie Ann said to Lindsey, “It was stunning with one of the finest” dances, Scores: one 10 and two 9s for a total of 28..

It was a really well-done evening, from the competitive dances to the routines by the DWTS Troupe that served as buffers. For instance, the Troupe pros nailed the “Mickey Mouse Club” routine, even down to the member countdown. I guess I have two questions. First, how did a dance by Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev with lots of Mexican cultural steps and background qualify as jazz? And not one judge questioned it. In fact, Len said it “summed up the evening — joyous and full of fun.” But jazz? Really?.

My second question is about the scoring, For two weeks, Nick Lachey and Peta Murgatroyd were In Jeopardy and after being at the bottom of the leaderboard, I thought they would be again, Nick tends to be a bit awkward when he’s dancing, despite Peta’s expert teaching, But then Frankie and Sasha and their partners, who were tied with four other couples in fourth ballet flat style girls shoes in ethnic hmong navy and brown embroidery with pink trim place last week, end up In Jeopardy, Does that mean that Nick is gaining fans’ votes or that Frankie is losing fans among the voting viewers? Confusing..

“Halloween Night” is coming up when the pros’ creativity knows no bounds, but first, “Night at the Movies” will be next week. I wonder what that means.  We’ll find out soon — see you next week. Keep dancing!. Celebrities, partners and judges’ scores. Jordan & Lindsay: Carrie Ann, 10; Len, 10; Bruno, 10 = 30Frankie & Witney: 10; 9; 10 = 29Lindsey & Mark: 9; 10; 9 = 28Victoria & Val: 9; 9; 9 = 27Nikki & Artem: 9; 9; 9 = 27Drew & Emma: 9; 8; 8 = 25Terrell & Cheryl: 9; 8; 8 = 25Vanessa & Maks: 8; 8; 8 = 24Sasha & Gleb: 8; 8; 8 = 24 (eliminated)Nick & Peta: 7; 8; 7 = 22.

Friday the 13th may just have been the luckiest day of their lives ballet flat style girls shoes in ethnic hmong navy and brown embroidery with pink trim for 13 zombified couples at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, For Nubia Gray and Brandon Freeman of Vallejo it was a chance opportunity to finally make their love for each other official, The pair was chosen from more than 800 couples to be part of a mass, all-expenses-paid, zombie-themed “Hallowedding” on Friday, “I was doing some site shopping for my sister and came across this scare wedding thing,” Gray said, “I thought there was no way I was going to win this, So I put in for it and didn’t tell him (Brandon), If I won, which was like a 0.2 percent chance, I would tell him and it would be a big surprise.”..

The Friday the 13th Hallowedding was part of a coordinated effort with a few other Six Flags parks across the country. Thirteen couples who were looking to get married and another 13 who wanted to renew their vows were all chosen based on their back stories and other criteria to take part in the mass “scaremonies.”. “At first she was sitting at her computer and she gasped and said, ‘Oh, my God,’ and I thought, ‘Oh no, what happened?’” Freeman said. “Then I realized that she seemed surprised, so I thought, ‘Did we just win the lottery or something?’”.

The couple had been engaged for five years, but didn’t have the means to move forward, They were, however, starting to get prepared, “We had our colors planned out and the flower stuff going on and had almost picked the venue,” Freeman said, According to Gray, they had talked about a “Nightmare Before Christmas” theme, because it is one of their all-time favorite movies, But they weren’t sure their families would go for such an untraditional wedding, “When I found out 11 days ago I was like, ‘I’m sorry what? You’re doing what?’” said Alicia Freeman, Brandon’s mom, ballet flat style girls shoes in ethnic hmong navy and brown embroidery with pink trim “Once we got used to the idea we said we’re going to make the most fun of this as possible, It is very different, Not what your parents would usually expect, but they had been engaged for a bit and when they got this we thought, we’ll save a lot of money, I guess, One of my coworkers said ‘I don’t know whether to say congratulations or I’m sorry.’ I told her, ‘You know what? It’s going to be fun.’”..

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