SAN DIEGO, May 12, 2015 – Last night Dancing With The Stars semi-finals brought extraordinary dances and plenty of tears as our dancing duos reached new heights in their routines.
If you are not a fan already, or you are a die hard dance fan, this Swan Lake ballet inspired routine by Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy will leave you gasping and biting your lower lip wondering if they will take home the Mirror Ball trophy.
Adding some real emotion was Noah Galloway’s impromptu (for the rest of us) proposal of marriage and elder statesman of dance Len Goodman’s waltz down memory lane as he join Derek Hough and Nastia Liukin in the Judge’s Dance.
The four couples dancing in the semifinals pulled out all the stops on Monday, and they were richly rewarded by high judges’ scores on “Dancing With The Stars.”
Tom Bergeron said all four couples in the semifinals have been in the lead at least one week during the season when judges scores and fan votes have been combined. Why is this meaningful? Because Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess have never been close to the top based only on judges’ scores. It means they are getting a large number of fan votes, which could make all the difference going into the finals.
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