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Dancing with the Stars
Season 18
ABC 8p ET Mondays

Previous Episodes
March 17
March 24
March 31

The ballroom is open once again as 12 celebrities team with 12 of the skilled dancers for a winner-take-all dance-off!

Recaps by Pierre Jason Kelly, GSNN

Hosts Tom Bergeron & Erin Andrews
Judges Len Goodman
Carrie Ann Inaba
Bruno Tonioli
Musical Director Rickey Minor
Announcer Alan Dedicoat
Creator Eric Morley (based upon "Strictly Come Dancing")
EP Conrad Green
Joe Sungkur
Ashley Edens-Shaffer
Packager BBC Worldwide Productions
Origins CBS Television City, Los Angeles
Airs 8p ET Mon, ABC
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Week 4: Glitter in a Blender (Mix & Match Week)
April 7
Something must be wrong here on DWTS. Actually, nothing is wrong. It's switch-up week, where for one week, dancers find new pros and vice versa. Let's see how it goes.

Before we start, Julianne Hough will be the Guest judge joining the Big 3 and since it's the nature of the week, everyone gets the free pass yet again. So we begin with Candace with new partner Tony taking the first quickstep of the season to "Ballroom Blitz" by The Sweet. It started on the band area and continued on the floor. It even ended with one big move. We move to this....

Candace & Tony's score: 28

Next, James getting Cheryl to do a tango to "Dark Horse" by Katy Perry w/Juicy J. Cheryl was on the throne was James did a knee slide and went to the band area. After a floor run, she got back on the throne getting James to leave her alone. That;'s not good. What's good is this....

James & Cheryl's score: 35

Next, Drew getting Witney to do a cha-cha to Sugarfoot by Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears. Drew once again ditched the glasses to do his dance including a weird solo. He even took a knee slide there. It all ended with Drew pointing to the camera and we point to this.

Drew & Witney's score: 33

Moving along, it's Danica picking Maks for a jive to "Love Me Right!" by The Swag Geeks w/Brook Penning. Although it was 50's-inspired, Danica pushed maks away for a bit and with Maks left alone, she joined the troupe to do her thing. As for this....

Danica & Maks' score: 32

Now it's Charlie & Peta doing a rumba to "Wildest Moments" by Jessie Ware. They decided to do it in a circle of lights and it was sensual in ways you never thought possible. Now comes the scores.

Charlie & Peta's score: 33

Moving on, Amy & Mark doing a salsa to "Brand New" by Pharrell w/ Justin Timberlake. Both did synchronized arm work and it all ended with a helpcopter spin. Not bad for a paralympic athelete. Now the scores:

Amy & Mark's score: 34

Cody will pick Sharna right now to do a foxtrot to "I'm Yours" by Jason Mraz. It starts off with Cody Simpson being Cody Simpson......and afterwards it went to dancing. It was as if it was set in a park, but it felt right with it. Score check, please!

Cody & Sharna's score: 31

Nene is getting Derek to do jazz to "Grown Woman" by Beyonce. Enter Nene dresssed as an African dancer and it set the room on fire! Let's put it out with this....

Nene & Derek's Score: 32

All that's left is Meryl and Val doing an Argentine Tango to 'Too Close" by Alex Clare. This show you what teh perfect example fo a tango would become. Those 2 need a masterclass real quick. As for teh scoring.....

Meryl & Val's score: 39

So it's official. The final tally reads Meryl with 39, Jamse with 35, Amy with 34, Drew & Charlie with 33, Danica with 32, Cody with 31 and Candace dead last with 28.

Next week, Disney Week. We pay tribute to the studio that made animated hits. Hope to see you there!

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