'Dancing With The Stars' Recap: Wynonna Judd Is Out
Dancing with the Stars' results show on Tuesday saw country music star Wynonna Judd get voted out of the competition.
Judd and her professional dance partner, Tony Dovolani, had performed a Samba during Monday night’s “Prom Night”-themed episode. Their take on the dance earned them only 15 points – the lowest of the night. Len Goodman had criticized that Judd’s dancing had “no rhythm and no hip action.”
Judd had been joined in the bottom three by Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump and comedian Andy Dick. Somehow, D.L. Hughley, who had received only 16 points from the judges on Monday, managed to avoid the threat of elimination by voters.
Before Judd’s elimination, the night was filled with a variety of performances. Huey Lewis & the News took the stage for the first guest performance. For the night's encore performance, Bruno Tunioli shockingly chose Sean Lowe and Petra Murgatroyd’s campy Cha Cha to “Y.M.C.A.” The professionals/coaches came together to dance to “Locked Out of Heaven” by Bruno Mars. And lastly, former Disney star and X-Factor judge Demi Lovato performed her hit single “Heart Attack.”
Dancing with the Stars will return next Monday on ABC at 8/7c with dances inspired by the stars' best years of their lives.
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