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DWTS Season 24 Results: Rashad Jennings Gets the First 10s, Mr. T Eliminated

By Jim Donnelly | Apr 10th, 2017

Who got the first 10 of Season 24 and who went home during Week 4 of Dancing with the Stars 2017? Get the recap right here as we enjoy all the memories and emotions of "Most Memorable Year Night." The remaining Dancing with the Stars 2017 cast looked back at some of the biggest turning points of their lives celebrating them in dance. Rashad Jennings brought home the first 10s of the season as well as the high score of the night. Sadly, we had to say goodbye to Mr. T in the third elimination of the season. Let's take a look at the DWTS Results and Eliminations for Week 4.

Normani Kordei and Valentin Chmerkovskiy did a Rumba to "Impossible" from Fifth Harmony. With the co-members of her group singing her on, Normani turned in a dazzling routine. Len wants to see a little more content in the dances he sees from this team. Julianne called Normani a powerhouse and Bruno dubbed her a "Rumba Dominatrix." Carrie Ann felt Normani's dance was all about empowerment but she wishes the team would nix the lifts. Scores of 8-7-8-9 from the judges for a total of 32.

Nick Viall and Peta Murgatroyd did a Rumba to "Shape of You" by Ed Sheeran. A shirtless Nick ended his racy routine with someone other than Peta as he planted a long kiss on his fiancee, Vanessa. Julianne thought this was Nick's best dance because he finally calmed down. Bruno felt something new stirring during this dance but warned Nick to not stall his hip action. Carrie Ann believed the dance was magical once Nick became part of a couple with Peta. Len agreed with Julianne that this was Nick's best dance. Scores of 8-7-8-7 from the judges for a total of 30.

Nancy Kerrigan and Artem Chigvintsev did the Foxtrot to "My Wish" by Rascal Flatts. Nancy's dance was all about the joy (and heartbreak) that go along with motherhood. Bruno felt the routine had a wonderful dynamic flow all the way through. Carrie Ann believes that Nancy is one courageous lady. Len dubbed her a front-runner after this dance. Julianne loved the childlike purity she saw. Scores of 8-9-8-8 from the judges for a total of 33.

Mr. T and Kym Herjavec did the a Waltz to "Amazing Grace." Carrie Ann thought that Mr. T's faith radiated out of him during the dance. Len admires Mr. T more than any other celebrity. Julianne felt Mr. T's story was so evident on the stage with his performance. Bruno said the dance reflected who Mr. T is--a great man. Scores of 7-7-7-7 from the judges for a total of 28.

Heather Morris and Alan (subbing for the injured Maksim Chmerkovskiy) did the Cha Cha to "Shut Up and Dance" by Walk the Moon. Len felt the dance was sharp, crisp and lovely. Julianne complimented Alan on the choreography seen in a fun routine. Bruno felt the dance painted a picture of the perfect couple in perfect harmony. Carrie Ann believes that Heather's light gets brighter and brighter with each dance she does. Scores of 8-9-9-9 from the judges for a total of 35.

David Ross and Lindsay Arnold did a Viennese Waltz to "Forever Young" by Youth Group. Julianne felt the dance could have been a little smoother and Bruno added that the Viennese Waltz must float. Carrie Ann loved the enthusiasm but she did see some skipping out there. Len relayed his comments via baseball signals. It wasn't a home run, but it wasn't bad either. Scores of 7-8-8-8 from the judges for a total of 31.

Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater did a Contemporary routine to "Unconditionally" by Katy Perry. While Rashad's routine was truly moving, the most memorable moment came after the dancing was done as he embraced his father. Bruno felt he was watching two great artists painting through dance. Carrie Ann feels Rashad is a born dancer. Len thought the dance was fantastic. Julianne had no words for what she was feeling inside. Scores of 10-9-10-10 from the judges for a total of 39.

Erika Jayne and Gleb Savchenko did the Cha Cha to "Express Yourself" by Madonna. Carrie Ann loves how fearless Erika is and how she manages to push her boundaries with her dances. Len would like to see Erika come out and really dance. Julianne wants to see a little more hip action. Scores of 8-7-7-8 from the judges for a total of 30.

Simone Biles and Sasha Farber did a Viennese Waltz to "Good Good Father" by Chris Tomlin. It was an emotional routine that brought everyone to tears. Len called it Simone's best dance. Julianne has been waiting for this kind of emotion to come through from Simone. Carrie Ann was impressed at how Simone trusted her partner. Scores of 9-9-9-9 from the judges for a total of 36.

Bonner Bolton and Sharna Burgess did the Foxtrot to "Feeling Good" by Michael Buble. Julianne saw a huge difference from the previous week as Bonner was leading Sharna more. Carrie Ann said there's an honest integrity to Bonner's dancing. Len got in a little dig about Bonner's footwork but added that he's officially in the competition now. Scores of 8-8-8-8 from the judges for a total of 32.

At the end of the evening, Mr. T and Kym had to bid adieu ballroom. See their Week 4 elimination here:

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