Preview: Dancing With The Stars Dynamic Duos

Tonight on DWTS, we’ll be treated to powerful parings when Dancing With The Stars Dynamic Duo night prances into the ballroom. The cute-o duos have been announces and I am really excited to see how they present the twosomes.

The “Dynamic Duos” featured will be:
Alfonso Ribeiro & Witney Carson as Batman & Robin
Bethany Mota & Derek Hough as Lucy & Ricky Ricardo
Janel Parrish & Val Chmerkovskiy as Romeo & Juliet
Lea Thompson & Artem Chigvintsev as Bonnie & Clyde
Michael Waltrip & Emma Slater as Jane & Tarzan
Sadie Robertson & Mark Ballas as Adam & Eve
Tommy Chong & Peta Murgatroyd as Johnny & June Cash

Dancing With The Stars Dynamic Duos
Can anything stop Alfonso and Whitney? Probably not!

As usual, I can’t wait for Alfonso and Whitney’s performance, na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-Batman!! The two-hour tribute to well-known real and fictional pairs will include Jazz, Cha Cha, Contemporary and Rhumba dance styles and should incorporate some really excellent costumes too.

Also, the first time this season, the couple with the highest overall score for the night will be granted immunity from elimination. The duos who do not receive immunity will then compete in a dance-off to earn extra judges’ points in an effort to increase their overall score. At the end of the night, one couple will face elimination. So basically, Alfonso will be safe — but no duh — he’s adorable, and Whitney is adorable, and they are a fantastic pair, so why wouldn’t you vote for them?

Dancing With The Stars Dynamic Duos
Seriously, Michael looks like a lovable, country-fried Frankenstein.

Who do you think should be eliminated tonight? Personally, I think Michael should have gone home weeks ago, but this is a popularity contest in addition to a dance contest, so his fans are keeping him around. But, c’mon folks, stop voting for him! Even if he is charming and has great hair, he is like Frankenstein on the dance floor.

Tommy too — he’s absolutely charming and who doesn’t love him dancing like your grandpa at a family wedding? It’s precious, but it’s not good. Every time he dances, I’m afraid he’s going to have a stroke! And whenever they show BTS footage, I can almost hear Peta’s internal monologue… “Geez, I have to create another dance performance for this guy? He’s soooo old and he’s exhausted! If I make him do this dance one more time, his legs are simply going to fall off … Remember when I danced with James Maslow??  Mmmmm, James Maslow (drool).”

I hear ‘ya sister, James Maslow was a tasty treat for the eyes. And he was a good dancer.

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