Dancing with the Stars: David Ross and Lindsay Arnold Dance Lively Jive to ZZ Ward’s ‘Ride’ from ‘Cars 3’ for Disney Night
By Erica Abbott
David Ross and Lindsay Arnold take on the dance floor next, dancing a jive to “Ride” from “Cars 3,” performed live by ZZ Ward.
Bruno Tonioli says he really got the showing going, while Carrie Ann Inaba commends the fact that he didn’t miss a step. Len Goodman admits that it was a tough dance, but very high energy and fun. Julianne Hough agrees that his kicks could have been a bit sharper, but says his confidence made up for it. They score a 29.
The magic of Disney takes over the “Dancing with the Stars” ballroom tonight. It’s Disney Night—the most magical night of the season! Couples will perform a variety of charming dance styles to classics such as “Pinocchio” and “Mulan” and new fan favorites like “Frozen” and “Moana.” Featured dance styles include jazz, foxtrot, Viennese waltz, tango, paso doble, and contemporary. One couple will be eliminated next week.
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According to ABC, Ross “is a two time World Series Champion, having won World Series titles in 2013 with the Boston Red Sox and with the Chicago Cubs in 2016. During his 15 year Major League career, he played for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Pittsburgh Pirates, San Diego Padres, Cincinnati Reds, Boston Red Sox, Atlanta Braves and Chicago Cubs. Recently retired, Ross now serves as a Special Assistant for the Chicago Cubs and also works as a TV Baseball Analyst for ESPN.” His book his set to be published in May 2017.
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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.
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