Rumer Willis scores High Suzanne Somers says Goodbye to DWTS

Rumer Willis scores High Suzanne Somers says Goodbye to DWTS

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  • Rumer Willis scores high Suzanne Somers says good bye at the latest “Disney Night” episode of Dancing with the Stars

Rumer Willis scored a perfect 39 for her performance in water in the Disney themed episode while Suzanne Somers said good bye after admitting during rehearsal that she was done for.

It was Disney characters coming to life once more in the faces of our favorite dancing couples in the latest episode of Dancing with the Stars. The couples each impersonated a Disney pair or couple to do a dance performance on and it was indeed a tribute to the favorite Disney stories and characters on stage. 

Rumer Willis took the night with highest score on her performance in water with pro partner Val Chmerkovskiy to bring “The Little Mermaid” theme to perfection where Rumer played the villainous octopus Ursula.

The performance was almost flawless as the couple received a great score of 39 out of 40. It was a great night for Rumer as her whole family came out to support her including estranged parents Bruce Willis and Demi Moore. Moore claaped enthusiastically while her younger sisters cheered her on for good reason as it seems.

How adorable is this?! #DisneyNight #DWTSPosted by Dancing with the Stars on Monday, April 13, 2015

Tagging along one point behind was Nastia Liukin and pro Derek Hough and musician Riker Lynch. Nastia and Derek recreated the “Frozen” dialogue and dance piece which judge Mary Ann Inaba called a “dream come true”.

It was the lip syncing that took the attention long enough for the judges to take away two points. Lynch and imitated Johnny Depp and enjoyed every minute of it as his performance ended with a canon bang. It was 38 points for him.

We’ve had many great opening numbers throughout the years, but this might be one of the very best! #DisneyNight #DWTSPosted by Dancing with the Stars on Monday, April 13, 2015

Willow Shields and her partner Mark Ballas managed the next score of 34 points for their picturesque performance of Alice in Wonderland. That was the end of the 30s score slot as Noah Galloway performed as Aladdin and received 28 points for his performance after some emotional ordeal in his head about his amputated leg.

Some of the couples are unrecognizable in their #DisneyNight looks. What a transformation! #DWTSPosted by Dancing with the Stars on Monday, April 13, 2015

He received a pep talk from his partner and they were able to pull off a stunning performance. Suzanne Somers performed as “Lady and the Tramp” in a sexy jazz with partner Tony Dovolani. She had previously said to have thrown in the towel during rehearsals saying she couldn’t do it. She hated it. She pulled through at the end when Inaba called her elegant, sophisticated and her own brand of sexy.

Patti LaBelle garnered 27 points for her waltz to the “Pinocchio” tune “When You Wish Upon A Star”. Soules and Carson did performed “Hercules” quickstep, getting 27 points after Soules had insulted her. They made up later but there steps never quite matched and it was luckily not the worst performance of the night. 

That honor went to “Shark Tank” businessman Robert Herjavec who has been flirting with his partner Kym Johnson too much and his Mary Poppins performance suffered. The couple only got 24 points, lowest of the night.

Spoiler Alert: The #DWTS couple eliminated on #DisneyNight is…Posted by Dancing with the Stars on Monday, April 13, 2015

Herjavec didn’t get eliminated though. It was Suzanne Somers who was announced to be leaving and it turned emotional. Suzanne praised her partner for giving her all he could and she had just messed up a little. Nothing that can’t be fixed she said but she is an inspiration for all the women worldwide for competing at 67 years of age.

Catch Suzanne Somers & Tony Dovolani on Good Morning America and LIVE with Kelly and Michael today!Posted by Dancing with the Stars on Tuesday, April 14, 2015


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