Next up are Bonner Bolton, Sharna Burgess and Britt Stewart, dancing a jazz routine to “That’s What I Like” by Bruno Mars.
Bruno Tonioli calls Bonner the “Wolf of Wall Street,” while Carrie Ann Inaba says the dance was raunchy. She adds that there wasn’t quite enough from Bonner. Len Goodman agrees, but says he really admires him for not missing a step. Julianne Hough says the dance was sassy. They score a 28.
Watch Bonner Bolton and Sharna Burgess’ Trio Dance with Britt Stewart
Welcome to the quarterfinals! The five remaining couples will dance to songs picked by their pro partner that best describe their celebrity teammate. In round two, couples will perform in the Trio Round with troupe members chosen by the judges. Featured dance styles include foxtrot, Argentine tango, jive, jazz, paso doble and contemporary. Four couples will earn their spots in the semifinals next week.
Dancing with the Stars Social Media Reactions
@SharnaBurgess keep pushing @bonner_bolton and forget about Len #dwts
— RealLeeTatum (@realLeeTatum) May 9, 2017
Sharna noooooo what is this #TrioNight #dwts ♀️
— Ally (@allytweets15) May 9, 2017
NO. Why is Bonner dancing to my favorite Bruno Mars song!? #dwts
— Universal Dance (@universaldance2) May 9, 2017
Bonner is fucking awkward, I can't lmao. #DWTS
— CHANÉL N°1 (@usedchanelbag) May 9, 2017
Bonner is cute…and seems really sweet. But for the love of God put him out of his misery on this show already #dwts
— Kristy S (@KristySki) May 9, 2017
According to ABC, in a little over a year, Bolton has gone from bull rider to fashion model. “He had been leading the PBR’s 2016 season opener when he landed on his head when dismounting the bull. He splintered his C-2 vertebra, was temporarily paralyzed and given a one percent chance to walk again. Following spinal fusion surgery and during his remarkable recovery, IMG Models signed the cowboy from west Texas for global representation, and he’s been featured in major photo shoots and ad campaigns.”
Now in its 24th season, “Dancing with the Stars” is hosted by Tom Bergeron and sports broadcaster Erin Andrews. The judging panel is composed of ballroom experts Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Julianne Hough and Bruno Tonioli. Their scores, along with America’s votes, determine who gets to stay and who is sent home each week as couples vie for the coveted Mirrorball trophy.
The remaining contestants include Simone Biles with Sasha Farber, Normani Kordei with Val Chmerkovskiy, Bonner Bolton with Sharna Burgess, David Ross with Lindsay Arnold and Rashad Jennings with Emma Slater.
“Dancing with the Stars” airs every Monday night at 8 p.m. on ABC.
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