The nine remaining couples salute the silver screen as they dance to inspiring movie genres when “A Night at the Movies comes to Dancing with the Stars, Monday October 23 on ABC. Got that. NOT individual movies, but generic film genres. That was last week’s Disney night, when ABC promoted the parent company’s movie studio.
In addition, country singer Shania Twain is set to guest judge and also perform “Soldier” from her latest album Now.
ONE couple will be eliminated at the end of the night.
We’re going to need a double elimination at some point…correct? Check out an excerpt from the official ABC press release for song choices and dance styles.
The couples will attempt to capture the spirit of a specific movie genre – action, foreign, spy, musical, sci-fi, drama, sports or animation – and perform a paso doblé, jazz, rumba, Argentine tango, samba, jive or quickstep. At the end of the night, based on scores and votes from last Monday, one couple will be eliminated.
Each Couple Will Dance to the Following Songs (in alphabetical order):
- Drew Scott and Emma Slater – Paso Doblé – “Legend” by The Score (Action)
- Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson – Jazz – “Holly Rock” by Sheila E. (Animation)
- Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold – Rumba – “Supermarket Flowers” by Ed Sheeran (Drama)
- Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas – Argentine Tango – “Human” by Sevdaliza (Sci-Fi)
- Nick Lachey and Peta Murgatroyd – Samba – “Wild Wild West” by Dru Hill, Will Smith & Kool Mo Dee (Western)
- Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev – Argentine Tango – “Dernière Danse” by Indila (Foreign)
- Terrell Owens and Cheryl Burke – Jive – “Feel It Still” by Portugal. The Man (Spy)
- Vanessa Lachey and Maks Chmerkovskiy – Quickstep – “Let’s Be Bad” from “Smash” (Musical)
- Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy – Paso Doblé – “We Will Rock You” by Queen (Sports)
Hosted by two-time Emmy-winning host Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews, Dancing with the Stars is the hit series in which celebrities perform choreographed dance routines that are judged by a panel of renowned ballroom experts, including head judge, Len Goodman, and dancers/choreographers Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba.