Last night on Dancing With The Stars, the stars danced to their most memorable year.
For Maureen McCormick it was 1985, the year she married her husband Michael. She did a beautiful Foxtrot that Juliann called one of her best dances,
Next up was ‘Megatron’ Calvin Johnson, his year 2012, the year he broke Jerry Rice’s record. He danced a jazz routine and at the end o a football came flying onto the stage thrown by Jerry Rice who surprised everyone including Calvin, who had never met Rice before.
Country Crooner Jana Kramer chose this year 2016, the year her baby girl was born. She did a contemporary routine that scored big.
Ryan Lochte’s year was 2008, the year he won his first individual gold medal at the Olympics. He did a contemporary routine which he dedicated to his mom. All three judges loved it. Carrie Ann said by far his best dance, and his highest score to date 24/30.
Gymnast Laurie Hernandez who scored a perfect score last week chose this year 2016 as her most memorable year for overcaming a terrible injury and making it to the Olympics. She danced a Paso Doble.
Marilu Henner’s year was bittersweet, 1978, the year she got ‘Taxi’ but also the year she lost her mom. She danced a Viennese Waltz that was very emotional inspiring all three judges to get up and hug her.
Amber Rose chose 2013, the year her son was born. She did a Samba that was not bad. It was Indy car driver James Hinchcliffe who wowed the crowd. He chose 2015, the year he survived a huge crash that left him in bad shape. Doctors did not think he would race, or walk again much less dance. He scored the highest scores of the night with his Tango. And lastly Terra Jole “The Little Woman LA” star chose 2013, the year she toured with Miley Cyrus, got the reality show and the year she lost her dad. She did a contemporary routine that rocked.
Next week one more couple goes home and my guess is it will be Amber Rose. James Hinchcliffe is on top of the leader board with 29/30. And next week is Latin night and Mr. Worldwide himself, Pitt Bull will be there.