It’s officially week four of Dancing With the Stars. So far, there have only been two eliminations, cutting actor Jake T. Austin and former Governor Rick Perry from the competition. At the moment, Olympian Laurie Hernandez and pro-partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy have the highest ranking and the most Mirror Ball-buzz, as if you needed a reminder.
Head judge Len Goodman will be absent for a few weeks in order to follow through with his commitments on Britain’s show Strictly Come Dancing. In his place is Julianne Hough, who did encounter a little bit of drama with contestant Amber Rose after being accused of body-shaming Rose post-dance.
Will the drama continue? Just watch and see!
Dancing With the Stars Season 23, Episode 6 Viewing Details
Date: Monday, October 3, 2016
Time: 8:00 P.M. ET
Hosts: Erin Andrews and Tom Bergeron
Contestants: Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, Marilu Henner, Laurie Hernandez, James Hinchcliffe, Vanilla Ice, Terra Jole, Calvin Johnson Jr., Jana Kramer, Ryan Lochte, Maureen McCormack and Amber Rose
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