Who is your first favorite to win Season 30 of “Dancing with the Stars”? (SURVEY) | Entertainment
Three episodes in season 30 of Dancing with the stars and the competition is still intense! With two couples knocked out of the ballroom, 13 celebrities will continue to dance with their professional partners in a bid to win the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy.
Moving from one thematic episode to another, the series’ beloved Disney Night will return next week for a special two-night event, with Monday’s Disney hero-themed episode and Tuesday night around the villains. from Disney.
More fierce competition awaits, so now is the time to vote below for which DWTS couple who you think will advance to the Season 30 finale!
Amanda and Alain
Amanda Kloots and her partner Alan Bersten have been leading the pack all season, scoring the night’s best scores in episodes 2 and 3. As a former Broadway dancer, Kloots has a leg up on the other competitors, but will it. will her dance training be enough to keep her at the forefront of the competition?
Iman & Daniella
After a lackluster score in Episode 3, Iman Shumpert and Daniella Karagach rebounded and escaped the second elimination of the season thanks to viewer votes. Shumpert’s underlying potential and a newfound passion for dancing were enough to get fans to seek his return, but will it be enough for him to see it through?
Jojo & Jenna
JoJo Siwa’s first dance of the season with partner Jenna Johnson became a hit with over two million views on YouTube. While those with a solid dance background are more likely to compete successfully, that doesn’t mean Siwa has the win in the bag. Still, the pair are currently tied with Amanda and Alan for most points. Could they become the first same-sex couple in the series to win?
Kenya and Brandon
The Real Housewives of Atlanta Star Kenya Moore surprised the judges with her poise and grace on the dance floor alongside her partner Brandon Armstrong. Despite doing decent scores in the last three episodes, the pair landed in the final two during Episode 3, but were saved by the judges’ vote. Will they be able to get through next week’s episode?
Brian and Sharna
Real-life couple Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess brought their romance to the dance floor, but that didn’t stop them from receiving some of the lowest scores of the season. Although they were saved by viewer votes in Episode 3, the judges made it clear that they need to step up their game to stay in the race.
Melora & Artem
Receiving consistently positive scores over the past three episodes, Melora Hardin and Artem Chigvintsev have established themselves as one of the strongest pairs of the season. After Episode 3 revealed the couple’s stressful moments during rehearsals, viewers may wonder if the pressure for perfection can mount to Hardin’s head. Will she be able to get rid of the stress and reach the final?
Mélanie & Gleb
Melanie C’s uplifting girl power has earned her and her partner Gleb Savchenko strong scores throughout the season so far. As another contender who strives for perfection, she was a bit disappointed after the couple achieved their lowest score of the season in Episode 3. They are one of the strongest couples on the pitch. , but as the going gets tough, so should they.
Jimmie & Emma
Another couple in the middle of the field, Jimmie Allen and Emma Slater won their first 8 of the season last week, but still faced their fair share of criticism from the judges. With plenty of room for improvement, the country song star and his partner won plenty of votes from viewers who love the way he puts his heart into every dance.
Olivia & Val
Arguably the biggest surprise of the season so far for judges and viewers has been Olivia Jade’s loud dancing, as she looks effortlessly alongside her partner Val Chmerkovskiy. The pair have managed to stay near the top of the standings throughout the season, showing no signs of slowing down.
Cody and Cheryl
Cody Rigsby and his partner Cheryl Burke only survived one regular episode before COVID turned things upside down. The last two episodes saw the couple tried on pre-recorded rehearsal footage and perform separately from their homes. Although they got the lowest score in Episode 3, they were saved by viewers, but will COVID continue to hurt their chances?
Suni and Sacha
As Suni Lee said in the season premiere, her gymnastics background does not guarantee her success in competition. However, she managed to pull off three stunning performances with her partner Sasha Farber, proving that she will do whatever it takes to add the Mirror Ball Trophy to her 3 Olympic medals.
Matt & Lindsay
The single person Star Matt James gave viewers some of the most memorable (and least dressed) performances of the season with partner Lindsay Arnold. After improving on his first dance of the season, he has yet to escape negative comments from the judges no matter how much they enjoy watching him rip his shirt off.
The Miz & Witney
After conquering the WWE ring, Mike “The Miz” Mizanin intends to dominate the dance floor with his partner Witney Carson. While the couple still earn their fair share of reviews, they did manage to receive a well-earned 7 from Len in Episode 3. Will the couple continue their luck streak next week?
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