‘Dancing with the Stars’: Michael Bublé’s music fills the ballroom as another couple is eliminated

LOS ANGELES — Grammy-winning singer Michael Bublé took over the Dancing with the Stars ballroom where he performed and served as guest judge this week.

In addition, the 10 remaining couples danced to music from Bublé’s extensive catalogue.

“I think tonight I basically saw what happens when talent, drive and ambition meet. And what you get is the most incredible episode of ‘Dancing with the Stars,'” said Bublé. “That’s incredible.”

Social media star Charli D’Amelio received a perfect score from the judges for her foxtrot. Her mother, Heidi, was right behind, taking second place with Gabby Windey.

In the end, hosts Tyra Banks and Alfonso Ribeiro listed the eight couples safe for another week: Charli, Heidi, Gabby, as well as Shangela, Jordin Sparks, Daniel Durant, Vinny Guadagnino and Wayne Brady.

That left Trevor Donovan and Jessie James Decker in the bottom two.

This is where the judges come into play. Derek Hough voted to keep Jessie, but Bruno Tonioli, Carrie Ann Inaba and Len Goodman all opted to see Trevor dance again.

Decker said her favorite part about “Dancing with the Stars” was the fact that she had to step out of her comfort zone.

“It was one of the scariest things I’ve ever done. It was emotional, it was challenging, but I’m so grateful for this experience,” she said.

The nine remaining couples return for the series’ big Halloween episode next Monday, October 31.

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