She stumbled at the beginning because she was nervous about playing a serious, rather than funny, role. We wanted to celebrate how far we've come in the last forty years.
Carrie Ann Inaba, 5: "That was odd." Len Goodman, 5: "You got through the dance...Maks put a blindfold on Erin in the middle of the dance.Erin was playing the role of a woman learning to trust her partner. It added a sense of danger." Len Goodman, 7: "It was the most boring start I've ever seen...During Tuesday's results show, head judge Len Goodman announced that next week each pair will receive two scores — one for technique and one for performance.He also warned the dancers and celebrities that the judges would be looking to see specific moves in each routine.Melissa Rycroft, a previous DWTS competitor and ABC darling, was filmed being an audience member during Monday's show. She said the crowd had a party atmosphere that was very different from the stress on stage.She revealed that audience members must arrive at p.m. Here's a recap of Monday's show: Stories of interracial dating, soldiers returning from war, hatred of the paparazzi and unrequited love were told through dances in the third week of competition on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars." The ten remaining celebrities and their professional dance partners performed a paso doble, quickstep or waltz that told a story.Astronaut Buzz Aldrin and his partner Ashly Costa have been eliminated from the tenth season of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars." The couple received the lowest combined score of judges' points and viewers' votes.The couple received the lowest judges' scores for each of the three weeks they competed on the show.Bruno Tonioli, 8: "A great dancer that we'd like to see back." Carrie Ann Inaba, 8: "Beautiful storytelling... More waltz." Host Tom Bergeron joked that Erin wasn't the only one blindfolded for the dance.Aiden Turner, the "All My Children" star earned 20 points for his quickstep with partner Edyta Sliwinska.