DWTS 2014 Results Finale Part 1: Bethany Mota and Derek Hough Eliminated (+Video Highlights)
Dancing With the Stars season 19 is set to wrap up this week, with the first part of the finale on Monday night and the second part on Tuesday.
Only four teams are left–Alfonso Ribeiro and Witney Carson, Sadie Robertson and Mark Ballas, Bethany Mota and Derek Hough, and Janel Parrish and Val Chmerkovskiy.
One team will be eliminated tonight and the other three will advance to compete in the finale on Tuesday night. Update: Bethany and Derek were eliminated. See Tuesday night results here.
Tuesday’s one-hour episode, which will air after the one-hour “Road to the Finals” special that starts at 8 p.m. EST, will feature an encore by one of the finalists as well as a number of musical guests, including Meghan Trainor, Nick Jonas, and Jenifer Hudson.
See the live updates, scores, and video highlights below. Updates are in reverse order, or most current at top.
—Alfonso and Witney dance fourth in the second round, which is all Freestyle dances.
They dance to Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing) by Benny Goodman.
“It was an all-you-can-eat buffet of dancing,” said Len. “This is the closest for me that any of the four could win.”
“To me, that was ultimate in Freestyle,” said Carrie Ann.
“This is an undeniable show-stopper in the great American way,” said Bruno.
They got all 10s for the fifth perfect score of the night across all dancers–and for a perfect 80 out of 80 team total.
—Janel and Val dance third in the latter portion of the night, which features Freestyle dances.
They dance to I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) by Sleeping at Last.
“This was the visualization of a love poem … so moving,” said Bruno. “Thank you.”
“Yours went inside of all of us, and I think you changed us for a minute,” said Carrie Ann. “That’s what being an artist is about.”
“It was just the two, no messing around,” said Len.
They got 10s from all the judges for the fourth perfect score of the night, for an overall 77 out of 80.
—Sadie and Mark dance second in the second round, the Freestyle.
They danced to the Theme song from Super Mario Brothers.
“Refreshing, original, totally inspired,” said Bruno. “I was hit by wave upon wave of absolute joy.”
“I just gave you all of my gold coins,” said Julianne. “Honestly that was the cutest thing I’ve ever seen.”
“Welcome to the Hall of Fame. That was the most memorable freestyle we’ve seen in ages!” added Carrie Ann.
They got 10s across the board for the third perfect score of the night, for a total of 78 out of 80.
—Bethany and Derek dance first in the second round, which is a Freestyle portion.
They danced to Revolution by Diplo.
“Great lifts, drama, that is a five-star Freestyle,” said Len.
“I am obsessed because that’s such a metaphor this entire season,” said Julianne.
“It was like watching a dancing Katniss!” said Bruno.
They got 10s from all the judges for the second perfect score of the night, for a total of 76 out of 80.