DWTS Semi-Finals Results: Alek Skarlatos Earns His First Perfect Score

By Lisa Weseman | Nov 16th, 2015

On Dancing with the Stars Week 10, four couples competed in the Semi-Finals, performing three dances each. Bindi Irwin and Derek Hough earned a combined 60 total points for their Salsa, Samba, and Jazz routines, tying for first place with Carlos PenaVega and Witney Carson, who performed a Contemporary, Cha Cha, and Charleston. Alek Skarlatos and Lindsay Arnold earned their first perfect score of the season with a patriotic Waltz to "America the Beautiful."  Nick Carter and Sharna Burgess overcame a shaky Tango early in the night with a perfect Salsa later, but they still ended up at the bottom of the leaderboard with a 54 total points. But since Tamar Braxton left the competition due to illness, no one was eliminated and all four couples will make it to the finals. Tune in to the 2-part season finale of Dancing with the Stars MONDAY 8|7c and TUESDAY 9|8c.

 

VIDEO: Alex Skarlatos earns his first perfect score. 

 

 

Top Score: (tie)

Bindi Irwin & Derek Hough (Salsa, Samba, Jazz) 60 total

 

 

Carlos PenaVega  & Witney Carson  (Contemporary, Cha Cha, Charleston) 60 total
 

 

Lowest Score: 

Nick Carter & Sharna Burgess (Tango, Samba, Salsa) 54 total

 

 

WEEK 9 SCORES (Couple Dance: Carrie Ann, Julianne, Bruno; Team Dance: Carrie Ann, Julianne, Dance Off Bonus)

Bindi Irwin & Derek Hough 9-9-9-10-10-10-3 60 total

Alek Skarlatos & Lindsay Arnold 10-10-10-9-9-9 57 total

Carlos PenaVega & Witney Carson 9-9-10-9-10-10-3 60 total

Nick Carter & Sharna Burgess 8-8-8-10-10-10 54 total

 

 

 

VIDEO: Relive the highs and lows of Showstoppers night.

 

 

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