DWTS Season 24 Results: Charo Eliminated in Week 3

By Jim Donnelly | Apr 4th, 2017

Who went home during Week 3 of Dancing with the Stars 2017? Get the full scoop right here as we take a look at all the glitz and glamour that went along with the show's first-ever "Vegas Night." The remaining Dancing with the Stars 2017 cast rolled the dice with challenging routines as they tried to cash in with high scores. Let's do a DWTS recap of Week 3 by checking out the most memorable dances along with the judges' scores for each and every team. Normani Kordei brought home the top score thanks to a terrific Foxtrot that helped wrap up another night of dancing fun. Sadly, we had to say goodbye to another team in the second elimination of the season. Let's take a look at the DWTS Results and Eliminations for Week 3 as well as a brand new highlight reel.

Nick Viall and Peta Murgatroyd did a Tango to "Poker Face" by Lady Gaga. Len saw some improvement from the previous week though he believed Nick was still having trouble with his left arm. Julianne felt at ease watching this particular Tango. Bruno saw sheer determination in Nick's effort, but warned him to stop stomping during his steps. Carrie Ann felt like everything came together for Nick this week. He had a "regal presence." Scores of 7-6-7-6 from the judges for a total of 26.

Mr. T and Kym Herjavec did the Foxtrot to "Ain't That a Kick in the Head" by Robbie Williams. Julianne loved the debonair man she saw out there on the dance floor. Bruno thought Mr. T had the style and feel of the routine down. Carrie Ann knew the entire audience was behind him. Len liked the charm and fun of the dance. Scores of 6-6-6-6 from the judges for a total of 24.

Bonner Bolton and Sharna Burgess did the Charleston to "A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got) by Fergie, Q-Tip & GoonRock. Bruno felt the performance needed to have a higher octane. Carrie Ann agreed that Bonner's introverted style didn't really work this week. Len wanted a little more freedom in the movement but appreciated how much Bonner tried to sell things. Julianne believes that Bonner still has what it takes to become a true dancer. Scores of 6-6-6-6 from the judges for a total of 24.

Heather Morris and Alan (subbing for the injured Maksim Chmerkovskiy) did the Tango to "Toxic" by Britney Spears. Carrie Ann felt there's been such an improvement from Week 1 with Heather. Len loved the loads of content and he felt Heather went "all in" with this one. Julianne thought the partners were much more connected this week. Bruno loved the variety. Scores of 9-8-8-8 from the judges for a total of 33.

Charo and Keo Motsepe did the Foxtrot to "Chapel of Love" by the Dixie Cups. Len felt the fun of the routine made up for the lack of technique. Julianne got major wedding inspiration from the dance. Bruno felt it was a well-executed performance. Carrie Ann thought it was a nice, subdued dance but she missed the "cuchi, cuchi" that we typically get from Charo. Scores of 6-6-6-6 from the judges for a total of 24.

Simone Biles and Sasha Farber did the Quickstep to "Viva Las Vegas" by Elvis Presley. Julianne liked the precise footwork. Bruno feels that Simone is such an exciting performer. Carrie Ann thought it was fantastic, but didn't feel the need for the lift. Scores of 7-8-9-8 from the judges for a total of 32.

Nancy Kerrigan and Artem Chigvintsev did the Samba to "Shake Your Bon-Bon" by Ricky Martin. Len felt that Nancy's hard work and dedication paid off in the best dance he's seen so far. Julianne added that it was the best Samba she's seen on the show in a really long time. Scores of 8-9-8-8 from the judges for a total of 33.

David Ross and Lindsay Arnold did a Jazz routine to "Candy Shop" by 50 Cent as the former baseball star channeled his inner-Magic Mike. Carrie Ann called him Super Dave and felt he hit his moves with lots of flavor. Len loves how David embraces the show. Julianne appreciated the serious commitment he showed with his "really good" routine. Bruno added it was "action-packed" and "so entertaining." Scores of 8-7-8-8 from the judges for a total of 31.

Erika Jayne and Gleb Savchenko did the Jive to "Take Me to Heaven" by Patina Miller, Debbie Kurup and Amy Booth Steel. Len would have liked a little more Jive in the dance. Julianne felt there were times that Erika was a bit wobbly but she still loved it. Bruno said Erika lost timing a bit and Carrie Ann docked a point for the opening lift. Scores of 6-7-7-6 from the judges for a total of 26.

Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater did the Samba to "Swalla" by Jason Derulo. Julianne felt like the song choice may have worked against the football star. Bruno thought Rashad went forward on the wrong foot and it caused him to lose the feel of the dance. Carrie Ann liked that Rashad was attempting more of the technical details and hopes he can improve. Len liked the relaxed mood of the routine. Scores of 7-7-7-7 from the judges for a total of 28.

Normani Kordei and Valentin Chmerkovskiy did the Foxtrot to "Big Spender" by Shirley Bassey. Bruno felt it was the best dance of the night. Len would have liked to have seen a little more "in hold" but the entire number still made him smile. Julianne felt it was more than a Foxtrot. This was a number you see on Broadway. Scores of 8-8-9-9 from the judges for a total of 34 - the high for the night!

At the end of the evening, Charo and Keo had to bid adieu ballroom. See their Week 3 elimination here:

SEE CHARO'S DANCING JOURNEY HERE!


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