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Dance-Off Week 

After a first-round dance to a style they have not yet performed, seven couples compete, with two couples dancing at the same time in the same style in a Dance-Off challenge.
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Lauren Alaina ... Herself - Contestant
Erin Andrews ... Herself - Host
Tom Bergeron ... Himself - Host
Alan Bersten ... Himself - Partner: Hannah Brown
Ally Brooke ... Herself - Contestant
Hannah Brown ... Herself - Contestant
Witney Carson ... Herself - Partner: Kel Mitchell
Ray Chew ... Himself - Musical Director
Sasha Farber ... Himself - Partner: Ally Brooke
Kate Flannery ... Herself - Contestant
Len Goodman ... Himself - Judge
Carrie Ann Inaba ... Herself - Judge
Jenna Johnson ... Herself - Partner: Sean Spicer
Kel Mitchell ... Himself - Contestant
Pasha Pashkov Pasha Pashkov ... Himself - Partner: Kate Flannery
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After a first-round dance to a style they have not yet performed, seven couples compete, with two couples dancing at the same time in the same style in a Dance-Off challenge.

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4 November 2019 (USA) See more »

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Get over it, or change the voting again
7 November 2019 | by MiketheWhistleSee all my reviews

So much is being made about how Sean Spicer continues on in the competition, but that was the same complaint for the past two seasons. If the show is going to have voting from fans, then it needs to be accepted that it's fan voting and it may impact who continues. The complaints that are politically leaning are uncalled for, because if it wasn't Sean it could be another celebrity. For the record though, Sean is a terrible dancer that obviously gives it his full effort, but he simply isn't as talented as most of the remaining couples. If DWTS decides they don't like this outcome, then they should change the voting again. How they would do that would be difficult. How many times are the judges boo'ed for their votes? So going solely to a judge vote would not resolve the situation. But maybe it's the Russians or Ukraine or a bunch of people in their basement that are causing the vote issue.


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