Sooner or later it was bound to happen on “Dancing with the Stars.” Comedian Andy Dick would have to leave the competition. His scores never got better, but his performances never were disappointing. On Tuesday night that fear became a reality for Andy and his partner Sharna. He was all choked up with the standing ovation from the crowd and judges. It was an emotional moment. Andy was truly amazed how long he stayed in till Week 7. Those subscribers with Bright House Networks in Tampa Bay saw results, Michael Buble, and a variety of dancers on WFTS, channel 11.
Now that it’s getting closer to the semifinals and finals, certain couples will have to be in jeopardy or the bottom two. That’s what happened to NFL’s Baltimore Ravens standout Jacoby Jones. He was in jeopardy for the first time. No worries, he was only in the bottom three. Ingo and Andy was the remaining bottom two.
Aly and Mark were selected for the encore dance that was equally as exciting and fun as it was the night before. Michael Buble dropped by to sing “Come Dance with Me.” During the AT&T Spotlight, viewers were introduced to the Camden Sophisticated Sisters, a drill dance team from Camden, New Jersey. It’s one of the most dangerous cities in the U.S., but one lady has devoted her life to helping girls with dance. Their performance in the ballroom was amazing. The youngest girl is filled with so much charisma; she did a flawless job of reading the teleprompter.
Next up featured a moving film on Adrienne Haslett. She is a ballroom dancer who has danced her entire life. Adrienne tragically lost the lower part of her leg in the recent Boston Marathon bombing. It is her mission after she recovers to dance on “Dancing with the Stars.” Host Tom Bergeron promised they will keep up with Adrienne’s progress.