Their dance received 23 points (7 from Carrie Ann and 8 each from Bruno and Len). I could really feel that excitement running through you...
tasty, tasty." Carrie Ann: "I'm a big fan of love and romance, and I'm a big fan of that Cha Cha." She said Chelsea needed to work more on her hip action. Well done." Talk show host and author Wendy Williams and Tony Dovolani told Wendy's story of strength.
They didn't want to be in the bottom two like they were last week.
Petra said she hoped people would find "hope and inspiration" in the dance. She and Dmitry earned 25 points (9 from Len and 8 from Bruno and Carrie Ann). Your beauty is great but your heart is even more beautiful." Carrie Ann: "Your heart was all over the movement...
You've gone from supermodel to super graceful." NFL wide receiver Hines Ward and Kym Johnson danced a samba to thank Hines' mom who worked multiple jobs when Hines was a kid.
"I love her and I miss her everyday," he said before he danced. Overall I thought you did an excellent job." Bruno: "You brought a great sense of warmth, an almost naked sense of vulnerability." Disney star Chelsea Kane and Mark Ballas danced to "Chelsea" which was written for the star by her first love singer Brian Dales.
Though they criticized his hips and arm movements, the judges applauded his emotional connection to the dance. Carrie Ann, who was blinking back tears: "That was a beautiful tribute to your mom... In rehearsals, Chelsea said the butt and hip motion needed for the Cha Cha Cha was hard. "You're a better girl than I am," she told Mark after watching him demonstrate the moves.
Week three of "Dancing with the Stars" was touted as an "emotional" journey in which each couple performed a personal story to a song of their choice.