Marilu Henner Takes A Tumble During Dancing With The Stars Routine — But Someone Else Got Sent Packing — Get The Highlights HERE!

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Last week’s episode of Dancing With The Stars left us all hot and steamy thanks to Jana Kramer‘s wet performance, but this week, we’re feeling all nostalgic for all kinds of eras!

That’s because the popular dance show’s theme this week was Eras as all the different dancing partners had to choose a different time period for their performance’s theme!

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While there were plenty of incredible performances from James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess, Laurie Hernandez and Valentin Chmerkovskiy, and several other teams, the most noteworthy moment was Marilu Henner‘s fall!

The 64-year-old actress slipped and fell during the Future team dance portion, but luckily, the star’s tumble wasn’t bad enough to get her eliminated this week as Kramer and Maureen McCormick were on the chopping block! After all was said and done, we’ve sadly seen the last of Maureen and her sexy partner, Artem Chigvintsev. But that doesn’t mean there weren’t OTHER worthwhile performances!

Ch-ch-check out the best highlights from last night, both individual and team (below), and let us know who you’re rooting for this season!

James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess Jitterbug to In The Mood by Glenn Miller (36/40:)

Calvin Johnson Jr. and Lindsay Arnold Jive to Good Golly Miss Molly (36/40):

Laurie Hernandez and Valentin Chmerkovskiy Quickstep to One Fine Day by The Chiffons (34/40):

Jana and Gleb Savchenko Samba to Get Down Tonight by KC & The Sunshine Band (34/40):

Ryan Lochte and Cheryl Burke Rumba to I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing by Aerosmith (27/40):

Don’t forget to check out those team performances too (below) to see Marilu’s fall!

Team Past dance to Outlander‘s main title theme (38/40):

Team Future dance to Embrace by Armin Van Buuren (35/40):

Who are you rooting for as we approach the finals?

Oct 25, 2016 9:11am PDT

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