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Week 5 of Season 27 was “Disney Night,” and it seemed as if everyone — from celebs and pros, to cast and crew — wrapped themselves in colorful costumes, danced to fun and familiar music, and were surrounded by all of the Disney characters. The fun and frantic show opening with the pros and the mini-pros of DWTS Jr. put the audience in the ballroom, and at home, in a happy mood. In addition, everyone in the audience wore glowing Mickey Mouse ears. At the end of the program, it looked like host Tom Bergeron and co-host Erin Andrews would throw a wet blanket over the two hours of high spirits by eliminating either Alexis Ren and Alan Bersten (shout of “What?” from the audience) or DeMarcus Ware and Lindsay Arnold (sounds of “no”). But Tom then said, “It’s neither of you — it’s Disney Night! No one goes home. You’re all safe!” Hooray.

My top three dancesI just want to say that these dances are not necessarily the highest scoring dances, but are my favorite dances of the night, 1, I absolutely loved how John Schneider and Emma Slater attacked the quickstep and made the routine, which they performed to “I Wan’na Be Like You” from “Jungle Book,” look fun and fluid, Head judge Len Goodman said it was “high energy,” a “spectacular job,” and John’s “best dance to date.” Judge Carrie Ann Inaba personalized neoprene pencil case - ballet class ballerina crown shoes, cosmetic bag with zipper agreed, adding that it was his “best performance as a whole.” Score: three 8s for 24 out of 30..

2. Alexis and Alan had the tough task of dancing first in the show, but they performed a foxtrot to “Just Around the Riverbend” from “Pocahontas” that was elegant and lovely. Alexis has been improving each week and this was her “best dance so far this season,” said Carrie Ann. Judge Bruno Tonioli called it “exquisitely lyrical.” If Alexis was nervous, it certainly didn’t show. Score: two 10s and a 9 for 29. 3. Juan Pablo Di Pace and Cheryl Burke make a great team, but it was Juan Pablo who really nailed the character of Gaston from “Beauty and the Beast.” The Viennese waltz was great fun, and even Tom admitted, “In 27 seasons, that was one of my favorites.” Carrie Ann called the routine, “spectacular,” and Len added that the “dance mirrored the music.” It could have been a scene right out of the movie. Score: two 10s and a 9 for 29.

Honorable mention, 1, Mary Lou Retton and Sasha Farber performed a contemporary routine to “Reflection” from “Mulan” that Len described as “gentle and understated,” and it really showed the transformation of Mary Lou into someone with belief and confidence in herself once more, 2, I’m not a big fan of Bobby Bones and I wasn’t sure personalized neoprene pencil case - ballet class ballerina crown shoes, cosmetic bag with zipper he was taking the show seriously. With the help of Sharna Burgess, the waltz they performed to “Part of Your World” from “The Little Mermaid” showed improvement, He worked on his role as Prince Eric and concentrated on the routine, without going off-script and acting goofy..

I don’t know what to say about Joe “Grocery Store Joe” Amabile. The one-time “Bachelorette” contestant is trying to learn but despite what Jenna Johnson tries, he just isn’t able to stay with the rhythm of the music, stick to the beat, remember the steps of whichever dance they are assigned. He’s just not a dancer and he keeps getting really low scores and harsh criticism from the judges. Len told him, “You get knocked down but come back and give it your all. If you’re still here next week, learn the dance and give it some ‘welly’ (vigor).” And then gave him a score of 5.

With only nine couples left in the competition (and no elimination), there was time to fill with guest artists, Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli and his son, Matteo, 21, sang a beautiful duet, “Fall On Me,” while playing twin pianos, Later, Jordan Fisher, a host of “DWTS Jr.” and Mirrorball Trophy winner, sang and danced with the mini-pros from the Sunday night show, Next week will be the wild and weird Halloween personalized neoprene pencil case - ballet class ballerina crown shoes, cosmetic bag with zipper extravaganza that has become a highlight of the fall DWTS seasons, and in two weeks, Tom said it will be (ye-haw) Country Night! See you next week — keep dancing..

Everyone from Ronald Reagan to Ronnie James Dio to opera legend Maria Callas seems to be coming back to life these days. The relatively new field of digital holograms is creating concerts and other presentations featuring moving, speaking and (up to now, anyway) dead celebrities. And exciting show businesspeople. “In the live space, there hasn’t been a quote-unquote new form of entertainment in hundreds of years,” Martin Tudor, CEO of BASE Hologram Productions, said. It’s always been your typical concert, play or musical or opera. One of the things that excited us is that there’s something new and fresh here that we can bring to market.”.

Those aren’t your daddy’s holograms, however – in the classical sense of 3-D photographic images made with lasers – at the recently installed exhibit of the 40th President moving and talking at the Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley or the “Pretty Woman” singer in the traveling show “In Dreams: Roy Orbison in Concert.”, They’re actually more a combination of computer animation and visual tricks that date back to the 19th Century; lasers personalized neoprene pencil case - ballet class ballerina crown shoes, cosmetic bag with zipper are only involved if the final, composited images are displayed through a laser projector..

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