Dancing with the Stars’ First Elimination of the Season Is…

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Dancing With the Stars professional dancer , who is currently partnered with Grammy Award-winning R&B singer Chaka Khan on Season 21 of the ABC competition, took a break from the dance floor to share 25 interesting facts about himself with Us Weekly. 10. However, enough people didn’t feel her moves, and so she and Keo Motsepe were the first couple eliminated from the 21st season of “Dancing with the Stars” on Monday.

The Aussie and her pro thrilled the judges with a wildly fun routine to AC/DC’s “You Shook Me All Night Long”, a single her father, the late Steve Irwin, loved. Chaka was second from the bottom of the leaderboard on the first night after flaking on at least half her cha-cha, so her exit isn’t a complete surprise.

We rehearsed like crazy, and it’s a number that we knew backwards and forwards, but you can’t really prepare what it’s going to feel like on that first live show. She acts calm during her departure speech, expresses joy that she was able to meet host Tom Bergeron and apologizes for doing her partner “a disservice.” She calls Keo one of the most amazing dancers she’s ever seen.

Tamar Braxton and Val Chmerkovskiy: Naturally, Tamar doesn’t “want to thrust while thinking of her family”, but she does it anyway because she’s cha-cha-ing to Sister Sledge’s “We Are Family”. Seemingly in an attempt to torture its cast, “DWTS” producers already have their stars and pros learning two dances for this week’s Hometown Glory theme. Viewers should also expect that for the coming episodes of season 21, they will see how dancers will be able to learn two kinds of dances in just a matter of four days.

ET on Tuesday night. “She said, ‘I get now what I should do before the show, what my attitude should be like.’ Because there’s so many factors involved”, he dished to IBT, referring to hair and makeup, numerous interviews, cameras lurking around every corner. We’ll find out for sure Tuesday, when “DWTS” delves into the pros’ roots.) Instead of starting with a dance routine, the show opens with the smiling stars and their hometowns on the screen. Julianne Hough said she couldn’t stop smiling during his routine, while Bruno complimented the teenager on having “the arms of a ballet” dancer. “Thank you Dr. Simon Ourian for coming in for me!!” And who might be the lucky woman partnered with this man with a royal lineage?…none other than the Singer-Songwriter Chaka Khan. Tom reveals that when Bruno gets excited during the couples’ dances, he’ll grab the host’s arm – and Bruno nearly cut off the circulation this week.

I am trying to not let it get the best of me, but I definitely have a little rock in my gut that it could be my wife or me – or both of us – going home. It’s a crowd-pleasing number, even if the judges are more lukewarm. “You were on an upward gradient” once you started dancing, says Julianne, who appreciates that Chaka took to heart her note about using the space better.

Carrie Ann wants the musician to listen to the music. “How did you get so off time?” Replies a good-natured Andy backstage to Erin: “Dancing is hard.” Julianne says performance can outweigh technique and timing, but Andy MUST work on the latter two. A disappointed Kim wants to step forward from week 1, though her juggling of child-care issues during rehearsal doesn’t bode well for an improvement come the live show. When he wasn’t practicing, Alek was at the White House, being honored for his rescue efforts in last month’s attempted terror attack in Paris. “We stole Garrison Keillor’s porch for this next number,” Tom says in a preview for this jazz.

Backstage, Alek critiques President Barack Obama’s attempts to nae nae for “Ellen.” Score: 23 (Carrie Ann 8, Julianne 7, Bruno 8). “Carrie Ann was asking if that White House footage was real. It was video trickery,” Tom says. “They used Obama’s head and Donald Trump’s body.” Alexa has to find a balance between her husband as a competitor and her partnership with Mark, and he doesn’t think she was in the game as much as she should have been. “Mark has a crazy idea” for their salsa, Alexa says – popular words about some of Mark’s choreography over the years.

Tamar thinks back to singing on the steps with her family, practicing for church. “I don’t want to thrust when I’m thinking about my family,” Tamar says. Leave your thoughts on these and other matters below – and remember to come back here Tuesday night for the next elimination report and dancing recap!

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