Dancing With The Stars Recap: Hannah Brown SLAMS Her Exes!

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Last week, the Dancing With The Stars contestants were saved from a "normal" elimination after another contestant injury made that call.

This week, the competition was back on, and some of the least polished performers made real improvements to stay in the game.

Others did not, however, and one had to go home. In the mean time, Hannah unleashed the Beast on her exes.

Sean Spicer on DWTS night 4

Sean Spicer and Lindsay Arnold showed real improvement with their Paso Doble.

This dance's rigid movements played to Spicey's strengths (or at least, avoided his major weaknesses).

It wasn't a stunning performance, but they did win themselves a 5, 6, 5, 5.

Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber went with a seriously challenging Jive.

Ally did a good job, though she seemed to fall behind the dance's rhythm and her dance partner more than once.

The judges awarded the pair 8, 8, 8, 8.

Kel Mitchell on DWTS night 4

Kel Mitchell and Whitney Carson danced a Cha Cha, and there must have been something in the orange soda because Kel did well.

He moved like a real dancer, and had a sort of presence that really impressed the audience.

Judges were impressed, too, and gave this once non-contender 8, 8, 8, 8. Wow!

Kate Flannery and Pasha Pashkov danced an Argentine Tango.

Kate continues to absolutely floor audiences with her grace, confidence, and dance skills.

This time, though, judges wanted to see a little more from her, doling out 7, 7, 6, 6.

Kate Flannery on DWTS night 4

Sailor Brinkley-Cook and Val Chmerkovskiy did a Cha Cha, and viewers could notice Sailor mouthing along to the lyrics.

Despite that distraction, she did a great job of fluid movements, to no one's surprise.

The judges gave her and Val a 7, 8, 8, 8.

James Van Der Beek and Emma Slater did a Quick Step and, as usual, James hit it out of the park.

He's a talented dancer and a joy to watch on the stage. He's also expecting his sixth child, he revealed.

He and Emma were awarded 7, 7, 7, 7. Good, but not his best performance.

James Van Der Beek on DWTS night 4

Lauren Alaina and Gleb Savchenko danced a Foxtrot.

This was a gorgeous dance despite some very subtle flow issues on Lauren's part.

The judges didn't seem to hold that against her, and awarded 8, 8, 8, 8.

Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten did a Paso Doble, and it was perhaps the most fun dance to watch of the night.

Not only was it well done, but the show also showed Hannah taking out her frustration on bottles in the Rage Room, referring to them as her "exes."

Though the dazzling light show risked distracting from the first-rate dance, the judges gave Hannah and Alan 8, 8, 8, 8. Nice job, Beast!

Hannah Brown on DWTS night 4

Karamo Brown and Jenna Johnson danced a Tango.

Karamo clearly has some dancing skills, but he seemed a little too stiff and formal. Tango is not ballroom dancing.

He was awarded a 7, 7, 7, 7.

Lamar Odom and Peta Murgatroyd performed a Viennese Waltz.

The basketball star looked more confident this week, which is great, but that confidence may have been misplaced as his movements lacked grace.

Lamar was awarded a 5, 7, 4, 4.

Lamar Odom on DWTS night 4

James Van Der Beek's talk about his new baby on the way (and past miscarriages) was definitely a highlight.

And we're sure that Hannah's haters (they're out there) will have a field day with her smashing some bottles. Whatever.

We will say that Leah Remini was intense as a guest judge. Like, way too intense.

She stanned hard for Lamar, and even got heated with her fellow judges who weren't as impressed with him.

Ultimately, Lamar's luck ran out and he was eliminated. We also suspect that Leah will not be invited back as a guest judge any time soon.

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Dancing with the Stars Quotes

We should have started dancing with one arm waaay before.

Cristian de la Fuente [following his injury, trip to the hospital and subsequent stellar performance]

I am not the best dancer, and I have not been the best dancer from the beginning. I am happy we made it this far.

Cristian de la Fuente