DWTS Recap

Last night on Dancing With The Stars was Icon Night, and each contestant really channeled iconic music artists from Madonna to Tupac to Queen. Here is what you missed on last night's episode:

Justina Machado

Justina Machado and her partner Sasha Farber danced a rumba to Madonna's "Crazy to You."

Score: 24/30


Nelly and his partner Daniella Karagach did a jazz styled dance to Tupac's "California Love."

Score: 24/30

A.J. McLean

A.J. McLean and his partner Cheryl Burke did a Viennese Waltz to "Somebody to Love" by Queen.

Score: 23/30

Kaitlyn Bristowe

Kaitlyn Bristowe and her partner Artem Chigvintsev performed an Argentine Tango to a slower version of Britney Spear's "Toxic."

Score: 30/30

Johnny Weir

Johnny Weir and his partner Britt Stewart danced the Quickstep to “Valerie" by Mark Ronson ft. Amy Winehouse.

Score: 30/30

Skai Jackson

Skai Jackson and her partner Alan Bersten danced the Paso Doble to “If" by Janet Jackson.

Score: 27/30

Nev Schulman

Nev Schulman and his partner Jenna Johnson performed the Jive to “Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting)" by Elton John.

Score: 27/30

After their solo performances came the Dance-off portion of the night and Nev Schulman and his partner got to sit out due to their high scores from last week. Kaitlyn and partner and Justina and partner did a cha cha dance-off to "Telephone" by Lady Gaga ft. Beyonce. Justina and Sasha won. Skai and Nelly and their partners danced a salsa to "The Cup of Life" by Ricky Martin. Skai and Alan won. Lastly, Johnny and A.J. and their partners did a jive dance off to "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" by Wham!. A.J. and Cheryl won.


A.J. McLean & Cheryl Burke and Johnny Weir & Britt Stewart were in the bottom two this week. Carrie Ann Inaba had to make the difficult deciding vote to sent A.J. McLean home despite him winning the jive dance-off against Johnny. Johnny and Britt will continue on in the competition.

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