Skip to Content

One duo has emerged as the ones to watch as we approach the conclusion of Dancing with the Stars Season 25. 

They managed to score two perfect scores, solidifying their status as the best dancers in the competition, but who lost their place in the competition?

Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas

Was it another shocking elimination?

Let’s break down the performances!

Terrell Owens and Cheryl Burke Charleston – “Bad Boy, Good Man” by Tape Five (feat. Henrik Wager)

Terrell Owens had a lot to prove on the episode. He needed to prove that remaining in the competition was the best move, and nothing could prepare us for his fast-paced moves. 

Despite a hiccup in rehearsals, it was a wonderful performance that solidified his status as a competitor. 

Score: 27/30 

The trio round found the duo joining forces with Kelly Monaco and performing the Ruma to "Slow Hands" by Niall Horan. It did not work as a trio number, and it proved that sticking to a duo is still the best way to go. 

Score: 24/30

Terrell Owens and Cheryl Burke

Drew Scott and Emma Slater – Waltz – “Both Sides Now (Torch Songs)” by Years & Years

Drew and Emma have been all over the place throughout Season 25. Every time it seems they are ready to become contenders, they find themselves put back down the leaderboard. 

Their most recent performance was not great. For this part of the competition, they should be doing better. Drew’s confidence is rearing its ugly head, and that will likely send them out of the competition quickly. 

Score: 22/30

Rashad Jennings joined them for the trio round, and they performed the Cha Cha to "Get Up Offa That Thing" by James Brown. It was a much better performance. But Drew struggled to keep up, and they were gifted with a better score than they should have been. 

Score: 25/30

Drew Scott and Emma Slater

Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy – Argentine Tango – “Down” by Marian Hill

Victoria wanted to prove that she was a worthy competitor to win the trophy, and that involved her oozing some sex appeal into her performance. 

The performance was decent, but it was very clear she was uncomfortable, and that hindered them from emerging from the pack 

Score: 24/30

Laurie Hernandez joined forces with them for the trio round, and they performed the Jive to "Magic" by B.o.B. This one was intriguing because Laurie and Val won together. 

There was a severe lack of fluidity from Victoria, and that could prove detrimental to her winning the whole competition. 

Score: 24/30

Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy

Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas – Samba – “Morning Drums” by Gregor Salto

Lindsay was a woman on a mission during the latest episode of this ABC juggernaut. She was ready to prove that she could rise from the doldrums, and she did so in winning fashion. 

Her pain appears to be well and truly gone, and her performance with Mark benefited from it. Their timing was on point, and that’s the most integral part of the competition. 

Score: 26/30

Kristi Yamaguchi returned to the stage after nine years for the trio number, and it was a resounding success. They went with the Jazz to "Let’s Face the Music and Dance" by Seth McFarlane. 

Everything felt very fluid, and the three danced very well. 

Score: 28/30

Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas

Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson – Viennese Waltz – “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran

Frankie’s dancing has been up and down over the past few weeks and he wanted to come out roaring after his Halloween spectacular. While it was fun, it lacked the finesse of their previous efforts. 

Score: 26/30

Alfonso Ribeiro joined in the fun at the trio round. They performed the Jive to "Good Place" by Leo Soul. Alfonso noted straight off the bat that Frankie needed to be more confident if he wanted to win the competition. 

These words of wisdom helped and Frankie emerged as the best part of this trio. 

Score: 27/30

Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson

Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold – Quickstep – “Chuck Berry” by Pharrell Williams

Jordan has already proved that he is the best dancer of the season, and the judges were enamored with his latest performance. Knowing a thing or two about dancing works wonders. 

The performance was one of the best of the season. 

Score: 30/30

Fellow Disney actor, Corbin Bleu joined them in the trio dance. They all got along like a house on fire and Lindsay wanted to make sure they were all on the same page. 

All three of them were in sync, and the judges lapped up the performance. It was delightful. 

Score: 30/30

 Jordan Fisher And Lindsay Arnold

Terrell and Cheryl and Frankie and Witney were revealed to be in danger. Yes, we were shocked to the very core about Frank and Witney, but they lived to dance another day.

Terrell and Cheryl lost their place in the competition!

What did you think of the dances?

Dancing with the Stars continues Monday on ABC!