‘Dancing with the Stars’: Len Goodman breaks tie among judges to decide 2nd elimination on episode dedicated to Elvis Presley

LOS ANGELES — Dancing with the Stars celebrated the music and legacy of Elvis Presley for the second week of the competition. That meant two full hours of performances choreographed to celebrate the King of Rock and Roll!

These dance routines explored different phases of Presley’s career: his early days in rock music, his Hollywood era on the big screen, and his triumphant return to Las Vegas.

We learned of a kink in dance armor early on: Professional dancer Daniella Karagach tested positive for COVID-19, so she had to self-quarantine. Her partner, Joseph Baena, danced with troupe member Alexis Warr.

All in all it was another great night of competition and in the end we saw a triple tie for first place with Wayne Brady, Charli D’Amelio and Gabby Windey.

Several other couples improved their scores significantly from week one.

“Practice doesn’t make perfect, practice makes progress,” said Judge Derek Hough. “Everyone made progress tonight.”

Still, one pair had to hang up their dancing shoes for season 31. The judges’ and spectators’ combined scores had Teresa Giudice and Cheryl Ladd in the bottom two places.

Judges Derek Hough and Bruno Tonioli voted to keep Giudice; Carrie Ann Inaba voted for Ladd. It came down to chief judge Len Goodman’s final decision, and he chose to keep Ladd and her partner Louis van Amstel.

That meant Teresa Giudice and Pasha Pashkov were eliminated.

Fourteen Couples return next week and the theme will be the music from 60 years of the James Bond film series.

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Alley Einstein

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