The duo — named Team Valaur — earned 31 points, out of 40 for their Cha Cha set to Bonnie McKee‘s “American Girl”.
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“I’m so excited for this journey because I get to be a big brother to a potential that has no limits. a heart with unlimited gratitude and joy. and a young woman that has shown and will continue to do so.. that you’re never too young to try and change the world,” Val wrote of Laurie just days ahead of the premiere. “To her peers especially and to those older cats like myself, maybe relight a spirit of joy and youthfulness that’s been chipped away over the years.”
During judge Carrie Ann Inaba‘s critique, an audience member rushed the stage and attempted to attack Ryan.
The camera remained on Carrie Ann, who repeatedly told the attacker to back off while he was tackled by security. The show went straight to a commercial but when they returned Ryan opened up about the experience.
“So many feelings going through my head right now. A little hurt,” he explained.
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The thriller “follows three young girls, Joan, Rose and Kat. As Joan makes her way across a frozen landscape to reach the other two, stranded at a prestigious boarding school, Kat becomes increasingly plagued with visions and evil forces.”
The duo — named Team StopNGo — performed a Foxtrot to “Live Life” by Zayde Wølf, and picked up 31 points, out of 40.
“Who gave @sharnaburgess the wheel?! I think she needs some driving lessons!” James jokingly shared on his Instagram ahead of the premiere. “Tomorrow night we will see how my dancing lessons have been going! Check the @dancingabc premier tomorrow night! #TeamStopAndGo #DWTS.”