This season of Dancing With The Starshas already been wildly entertaining, and last night the show kicked it up a notch with some Cirque du Soleil-inspired performances — not to mention Laurie Hernandez earned the FIRST perfect score of the season!
Hernandez and her partner, Val Chmerkovskiy, were easily the highlight of the night as they danced jazz to The Way You Make Me Feel by Michael Jackson from the Cirque show MJ One and were absolutely on point! Unsurprisingly, their score reflected their flawless number as they snagged the first 30 this year!
Amber addressed the little tiff following her performance saying:
"Like I said in the package, when you said that, I felt very embarrassed, and I felt like you weren't talking about my dance, but if I misunderstood, then I apologize. I'm a very positive person, I don't like to argue or bicker or make things weird, so moving forward I just want complete positive energy and to just have fun."
Well sounds like the message was well received as Julianne seemed to bury the hatchet as well saying:
"The thing I love so much about dance is that it's a universal platform for people to express themselves. Any person — whether that is age, height, body shape, ethnicity or sexual orientation — it is something that people can express themselves to do. And for me, I am a huge supporter of that and that alone and as a judge, I'm here to solely judge you and everyone in this competition for only the dancing. I want you to know that."
As for the AH-Mazing performance, check out the best of the best (below) and let us know who you're rooting for this season!
Laurie and Val dance Jazz to The Way You Make Me Feel (30/30):
James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess Quickstep to The Hollywood Wiz(28/30):
Terra Jole and Sasha Farber Samba to Tzelma(25/30):
Amber and Maks Chmerkovskiy Tango to Two Two Tango(24/30):
Vanilla Ice and Witney Carson Waltz to La Nouba (23/30):
Ryan and Cheryl Burke Waltz to Jeux D'eau (22/30):
As we previously reported, there was quite the fiasco at the Oscars when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway announced La La Land as the Best Picture winner, when really, Moonlight was the victor in that specific category. Whomp, whomp!
Obviously, everyone involved with the highly publicized awards show is eager to figure out what the hell happened. Which explains why PricewaterhouseCoopers, the accounting firm which handles the votes and envelopes for the Oscars, has since issued an investigation into the MAJOR on stage blunder.