Dancing With the Stars season 19 continues with the top 5 teams on Monday night.
Janel and Val, Alfonso and Witney, Sadie and Mark, Bethany and Derek, and Tommy and Peta are left.
Alfonso and Witney are announced safe first.
Janel and Val are announced safe.
Bethany and Derek are announced safe.
Sadie and Mark are announced safe.
Tommy and Peta are eliminated.
“I just showed that old stoners can perform when they need to,” Tommy said, describing his time on the show.
Peta said Tommy was her best partner so far.
The week was “Plugged, Unplugged” which had teams dancing two different styles to the same song.
Check out the updates, video highlights, and pictures below. Reverse order, or most current at top.
—Alfonso and Witney dance last.
They dance Contemporary to “Love Runs Out” by One Republic, sung live by Christina Grimmie.
“I love the drama of that dance, the intensity throughout it,” said Len.
“Sizzling chemistry, amazing partner work, and what I found extremely fascinating and wonderful is you two always read from the same page. You’re like two instruments playing exactly the same tune at the same time,” Bruno said.
“You showed us a whole new side of Alfonso tonight,” Carrie Ann said.
They got a 9 from Carrie Ann and 10s from the rest for 39 out of 40 for a combined 79 out of 80.
—Janel and Val dance fourth in the second round of dances.
They dance Argentine Tango to “Blame” by Calvin Harris, performed live by Time for Three.
“Out of our woman performers left, you are definitely the most dynamic,” Carrie Ann told Janel.
“You put the ‘oo’ in ‘mood,'” Len added. “You are an incredible dancer.”
They got 9s from Len and Carrie Ann and 10s from Julianne and Len for 38 out of 40 for a combined score of 78 out of 80.
–Bethany and Derek dance third in the “Unplugged” around.
They dance Contemporary to “I Want You Back” by The Civil Wars.
“This dance should be on permanent display in an art gallery,” said Bruno.
“You stripped down to nothing–you guys danced as one,” added Carrie Ann.
They got 10s across the board for a combined 76 out of 80 on the night.
—Tommy and Peta dance second in the second round of dances, or the “Unplugged” round.
They dance Rumba to “Tainted Love” by Marilyn Manson, sung by Hannah Peel.
“There was something so magical and so fantastical about that dance,” said Julianne.
Carrie Ann cried and said that Peta, “the master,” was teaching her student.
They got 9s from Julianne and Carrie Ann and 8s from Len and Bruno for a combined 62 out of 80.
—Sadie and Mark dance first in the second round of dances.
They dance Argentine Tango to “Problem” by Ariana Grande, sung by Noah Guthrie.
“We looking for people that should make the final–you should be there,” said Len.
“You may be big in Louisiana, but you’d be big in Argentina as well,” said Bruno. “You should be back next week.”
“That was a very powerful song,” added Carrie Ann. “You suited the dance.”
They get 9s from Carrie Ann, Len, and Bruno, and a 10 from Julianne, giving them a combined score of 74 out of 80.
–Alfonso Ribeiro and Witney Carson dance fifth in the first round of dances.
They dance Argentine Tango to “Love Runs Out” by One Republic.
“I’ll tell you Alfonso, you can dance. No one likes dancing through pain–but pain is temporary, glory lasts forever,” Len said.
“Tonight you can tell you’re in pain, but you’re a fighter and you can keep going.”
“We made it through one, we got one more to go,” Alfonso said, cringing in pain and shedding a few tears.
They got 9s from all the judges for 36 out of 40.