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"Dance with the Stars" – Summary Season 28, Episode 4: Leah Remini fights, a star awaits

It was a night of highs and lows and almost a fight at the judge's table about "Dancing with the Stars".

James Van Der Beek, who has been the leader since the first week, received the exciting news that he will become a father … again … for the sixth time! In the meantime, the gap between the top performers and the bottom 3 players has widened further, proving that the postponement last week is unlikely to make a big difference.

This contest is too much for Sean Spicer, Lamar Odom and Karamo Brown. although at least one of them shows signs of improvement. The other two? Yes, it is still not very pretty.

And while Lamar fought again, he definitely had a fan in Leah Remini, who not only cursed at her judge colleagues for their bad grades, but threatened to run over with Tom Bergeron over and over again, "it's just a dance show." to calm her down.

Leah stayed up all night talking about Len Goodman constantly, trying to argue that just because you're not a dance, you should get better grades. It got so bad that Bruno Tonioli actually had to intervene to urge Tom to give Len his chance to speak, since he is a chief judge and expert in what they should be judged on.

In other words, we I'm not sure if Leah was a good judge of choice ̵

1; she had no real dance criticism – and we're pretty sure she will not be invited back.

Who do I think I am? you ask. Well, I spent almost a decade of my life sweating and bleeding as a dancer. From a little boy who learned to shuffle-ball to an appearance at the St. Louis Ballet Company, I experienced the ups and downs of some of the world's toughest physically demanding sports. During this time, I was also a member of the St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra as well as a gymnast, writer and cartoonist. I had much more energy in my younger years. And I spent the past 16 years analyzing and critiquing reality competition shows for various media publications. I have that.

Fair warning, since I'm safe at home, I'll probably be a bit harder than my colleagues. Carrie-Ann Inaba Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli . But I could be nicer, too. Maybe.

Sean Spicer & Lindsay Arnold

(Paso Doble) With its militaristic attitude and style, this was easily Sean's strongest dance. And yet he has not mastered how he should dance across the floor. Rather, he always looks like he is marching or stomping. Still, his timing was better and the steps had gone down, so this is a huge improvement over what we've seen before. He just has to relax and be less militant.

Judge Score: 5, 6, 5, 5

My Score: 4

Ally Brooke & Sasha Farber

(Jive) Sasha led them through the work on this, with many hard and fast Jive content, when they had survived the Tina Turner tribute at the top. Ally was mostly on top of it, but she spent a lot of time tracking both the rhythm and Sasha, as if she was trying to keep up. Her footwork sometimes lacked sharpness and finesse, but this was still a confident performance and a competent jive. Ally continues to improve week after week as we like to see it.

Judge Score: 8, 8, 8, 8

My Score: 7

Kel Mitchell & Witney Carson

(Cha Cha) Where did this guy come from? Kel has improved all season, but he has gone up the ladder four or five steps with this impressive Cha Cha. From the moment he rolled over the length of the dance floor, it was like a dancer . He was in control, he had great rhythm and musicality in his whole body. He used every piece of himself and had such a boast that it was just an explosion to watch from top to bottom. He has just made himself a candidate.

Judge score: 8, 8, 8, 8

My score: 8

Kate Flannery & Pasha Pashkov

(Argentine Tango) Pasha may be one of the best professional partners she has ever discovered, and the work he does with Kate is nothing but magical. Once again she hit this ground with the grace, balance and confidence one might expect from someone half her age. She had a little trouble figuring out the emotions and behavior of such a sultry piece, and was not quite as fluent as the format likes, but she's really a mesmerizing dancer watching and growing every week, like us want to see.

Judge Score: 7, 7, 6, 6

My Score: 7

James Van Der Beek & Emma Slater

(Quickstep) James played a bit too wide, especially at the beginning, but otherwise was very self-confident in a very hard dance style. They could feel the joy that emanated from his body, but more importantly, they could see the quick step in his footwork. The problem was that he had a little bit of a fight with this big, broad approach, as the controlled moments moved across the floor, as the judges noted.

Judge Score: 7, 7, 7, 7

My Score: 7

Hannah Brown & Alan Bersten

(Paso Doble) We absolutely liked Hannah's attack and she mostly avoided smiling. But she lacked a bit of strength and command. This is a powerful style in which the woman must be equal to the man in presence, strength and aggression. Hannah was there at times, but there was a lack of certainty that betrayed her in others. Still, she really did bring in the steps, the moves, and the staccato holds that hit her hard.

Judge Score: 8, 8, 8, 8

My Score: 8

Lamar Odom & Peta Murgatroyd

(Viennese Waltz) With all its size and length, it is remarkable how shy and small Lamar was with his movements. We know he tries not to beat Peta's walking and walking skills, but he overcorrected it. Even as he looked more confident with the steps this week, the concentration needed to make her better demanded his tribute when he looked graceful.

Judge's score: 5, 7, 4, 4

My Rating: 4

Sailor Brinkley-Cook & Val Chmerkovskiy

(Cha Cha) The piece could have consumed a bit more of Sailor's energy in the top half, but she really did find her groove as it went on. There were many hard hits and great lines throughout, though her arms missed the full stretch a few times. She also has to watch her sing the lyrics as this is a distraction for her body, which is supposed to tell the story. And her body does it all right, with solid hip work and sweeping flexibility.

Judge score: 7, 8, 8, 8

My score: 8 [19659021] Lauren Alaina & Gleb Savchenko

(Foxtrot) Lauren has to be careful not to stop between the trains; She has to keep the dance moving and let it flow. She has done a great job selling the emotions of the story that Gleb told through body language, facial expressions, and even the way she attacked this foxtrot. It only seemed to stutter a step that struck, and usually offered a nice presentation with Gleb slipping in ever more complex moves and twists.

Judge Score: 8, 8, 8, 8

My Rating: 8

Karamo Brown & Jenna Johson

(Tango) Karamo has to dig into the ground, loosen his hips and lower his body a little more to get into the heat of the tango. That was way too big, upright and stiff. It lacked the intensity it needed to really sell the piece's attitude. That is, well, where it's due, he seemed to have the dance pretty good and you could see he was fighting for it; He just has not committed to throwing caution to the wind and striving for it. He dances like a reserved person trying to get out of her headroom and dance with devotion, but it's not easy.

Judge Score: 7, 7, 7, 7

My Rating: 6


The bottom three do not change, but the most important thing is that the bottom is Two do not really improve. In the meantime, Karamo has improved his game this week and shows just how much momentum and potential there is to really gain a foothold in the competition.

That means we've taken root – that can not be the right word. – so that Lamar and Sean fall to the bottom two places. From that point on, we can fix both because the next week should be the same, unless there are miraculous improvements.

And yet, Sean managed to escape Bottom 2 and pull Karamo into battle. Inquire of Lamar, whom the judges would rescue. And while we felt pretty sure that they would reward Karamo's work and improvement with a chance to keep going, we are a little worried that Sean will pass by.

Should not the format changes prevent that? All he has to do is fall into Bottom 2 and he's done it, and he's way behind the leaders of the contest that it has to happen, right?

In the end, [LamarOdom's] fortune finally came to an end, as did his journey on this show.

"Dancing With the Stars" will air on Mondays at 8pm ET on ABC.

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