At the end of the show, two pairs were sent home in a surprise double elimination: Nikki Bella & Artem Chigvintsev and Vanessa Lachey & Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
Now, only six couples remain and will move forward into week eight of the competition. But first, Et's breaking down all the memorable choreography moments from week seven of the competition -- and what the celebs need to do in order to avoid elimination!
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Victoria Arlen & Val Chmerkovskiy -- Viennese Waltz, "The Night We Met" by Lord Huron
Dance highlight: Absolutely gorgeous from beginning to end! Victoria has been a strong dancer since week one of the competition, but continues to improve week after week. This is arguably the most graceful she's looked in the ballroom
As the eight remaining contestants and their pro partners take the stage on Monday, they'll be dancing to various spooktacular routines ranging from the Charleston to the jive to the tango. Later, the stars will split into two teams, delivering performances we can only imagine will be memorable.
It's Halloween night, and Et's breaking down everything we can expect to see in the ballroom!
Who's on top of the leaderboard?
1. Lindsey Stirling & Mark Ballas: 40/40
2. Jordan Fisher & Lindsay Arnold: 39/40
2. Terrell Owens & Cheryl Burke: 37/40
Who's in danger of elimination?
Drew Scott & Emma Slater received the lowest score from the judges last week, 30/40, followed closely behind by Victoria Arlen & Val Chmerkovskiy, who scored a total of 31 points.
What are the couples dancing to?
Drew Scott & Emma Slater
Charleston, "Remains of the Day" by Danny Elfman
Frankie Muniz & Witney Carson
Contemporary, "Every Breath You Take" by Chase
Apologies to Rick James. reated by sisters Hilly and Hannah Hindi (who also star as all-too-accurate versions of Mike and Eleven), this “Super Freak” parody of Stranger Things has everything you might want in a music video based on a series based on the nostalgic memories of two ‘80s-obsessed brothers. The actors (Richard Speight, Jr., […]
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The 37-year-old former NBA star opens up in his own words about his near-death experience in October 2015, when he was placed in a medically induced coma after he was found unresponsive at the Love Ranch brothel in Crystal, Nevada. Odom explains the struggles in his life that contributed to his cocaine addiction and the shocking way he hit rock bottom.
"My ex-wife was there in the room with me," he says about waking up from a coma. "After all the sh** I had done, I was surprised to see her. Honestly, that's when I knew that I was probably in bad shape."
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Odom says that during the time leading up to his medical emergency
Cyrus donned a long black wig, a cowboy hat and some dark shades while Fallon rocked a denim jacket, a shaggy brown wig and his newly-grown goatee as the pair took to the subway to perform as singing street buskers for unsuspecting passers-by.
Backed up by a guitarist and a bucket drummer, Fallon played the tambourine while Cyrus belted out a flawless, soulful cover of Dolly Parton's "Jolene," and it wasn't long before travelers walking past took notice.
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Before the song was done, they had amassed quite a crowd -- which seemed to be a mix of people who recognized the pair and others
Charlie Murphy, the former Chappelle's Show star and Eddie Murphy's older brother, has died, publicist Domenick Nati told The Hollywood Reporter. He was 57.
Murphy died from leukemia on Wednesday, said Nati.
"Our hearts are heavy with the loss today of our son, brother, father, uncle and friend Charlie," the Murphy family said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter. "Charlie filled our family with love and laughter and there won’t be a day that goes by that his presence will not be missed. Thank you for the outpouring of condolences and prayers. We respectfully ask for privacy during this time of great loss for all of us.”
Murphy became a household name through Dave Chappelle's Comedy Central skit show thanks to his amazing stories of interactions with other celebrities during the height of
While brother to famed comedian Eddie Murphy, it would be a mistake to simply refer to him as “Eddie Murphy’s brother”. Comedian, actor, and writer… Charlie Murphy was a man of many talents, who was perhaps best known as being part of the legendary Dave Chappelle skits “True Hollywood Stories with Charlie Murphy”.
In these mockumentaries, Charlie Murphy would regale viewers with bizarre tales experienced while living the life of fame, and fortune alongside his brother. These are the skits that taught us the Rick James slap, that cocaine is a “hell of a drug”, and made us bafflingly aware of Prince’s basketball skills, and extreme love for pancakes:
Losing Charlie Murphy is a big blow to the world of comedy. Many people (including this writer) thought Charlie was a
TMZ reports that the actor's death comes as an absolute shock to his family, since they had thought he was improving. The site says that his family would call him frequently, and that he would even joke that they were calling him too much. It hasn't been confirmed how long he had been undergoing chemotherapy treatment for, before his death.
Charlie Murphy was born July 12, 1959 in Brooklyn to Lillian Murphy, a telephone operator, and Charles Edward Murphy, a New York transit officer who was also an amateur actor and comedian.
A manager for Murphy tells Et that the comedian died Wednesday morning at New York Presbyterian Hospital from leukemia. His death was unexpected.
Murphy was 57 years old.
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On Wednesday, the Murphy family sent out a statement, thanking fans for their support.
"Our hearts are heavy with the loss today of our son, brother, father, uncle and friend Charlie," the statement reads. "Charlie filled our family with love and laughter and there won't be a day that goes by that his presence will not be missed. Thank you for the outpouring of condolences and prayers. We respectfully ask for privacy during this time of great loss for all of us."
The late comedian's last tweet was on Wednesday morning, inspiring his fans to work hard.
Murphy recently toured with Cedric the Entertainer, [link
Murphy lent his comedic talents to the Comedy Central sketch show as both a writer and an actor.
His “Charlie Murphy’s True Hollywood Stories” sketch replayed encounters with various celebs such as Rick James and Prince when he was a member of his brother’s entourage.
The elder Murphy — sometimes credited as Charles Murphy — also served as a writer on his brother’s movies, including “Vampire in Brooklyn” and “Norbit.”
He was also an accomplished voiceover actor, working on “The Boondocks,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” and the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
Murphy was slated to appear on the next season of “Power.”
“Starz sends our deepest condolences to Charlie’s family and friends. He
"Our hearts are heavy with the loss today of our son, brother, father, uncle and friend Charlie," the Murphy family said in a statement. "Charlie filled our family with love and laughter and there won’t be a day that goes by that his presence will not be missed.
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