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And that may have been one of the slowest Charlestons we've ever seen. Heather Morris and Alan Bersten: 33/40Now that was a tango! Also, dare we say we like Heather with Alan more than we do with Maks Chmerkovskiy? Charo and Keo Motsepe: 24/40Somehow, Keo managed to rein Charo's lovable insanity for a charming foxtrot that had all of the judges smiling from ear to ear. We remain in awe of the skills that David has, but we're a bit puzzled that the judges had nothing negative to say about all of the solo dancing despite rightfully laying into Heather last week.Sure this was a jazz, but a bit of a double standard, no?Although the couple didn't start dating until the summer of 2011, Keibler first met the handsome actor at an Oscars after party in 2006.At the time, the leggy blond had danced her way onto Clooney's radar while competing on the second season of "Dancing With the Stars" (she ended up placing third).

And when he said he hadn't felt this handsome since his prom?! Bonner Bolton and Sharna Burgess: 24/40A bit of the intimacy and spark we'd felt the last two weeks between Bonner and Sharna was missing this week, huh? Pierce (RIP, Glee), she wisely kept it to ballroom after last week's hip hop flop. David Ross and Lindsay Arnold: 31/40Plenty of GIF-able moments, but barely any partner choreography.Meanwhile, singer Normani Kordei of the girl group Fifth Harmony was the highest-scored contestant of the season, but she had to settle for third place.And early frontrunner Simone Biles, an Olympic gold medal winning gymnast, was surprisingly eliminated in fourth place. Find a match and get a ticket for the prize drawing. The more tickets you have the better your chance to win a prize! You will be able to unsubscribe or edit your profile using the links at the bottom of each email you receive from us.The more tickets you have the better your chance to win a prize! If you have any questions, call Janice at 770-815-4997.

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