In DWTS Week 6, country singer and actress Jana Kramer and DWTS pro Gleb Savchenko wowed the judges with an Argentine Tango that set the ballroom ablaze as the Inquisitr reported. The sultry number would earn them a perfect score.
Kramer and Savchenko’s performance to Selena Gomez’s hit song “Hands to Myself” got a huge reaction from the judges and viewers; many branding it the “hottest” in DWTS history.
Deemed safe at episode’s end and with their first perfect score of the season under their sequined belt, Kramer and Savchenko have something to prove going into Week 7.
After Week 6’s lively Latin Night, Week 7 will be Eras Night on DWTS according to the Inquisitr. All of the stars will be dancing to a well-known song from a decade. The celebrated eras begin with the 1920s and end with the 1990s.
Jana and Gleb will be getting their groove on to the sounds of the 70s. Performing to KC and the Sunshine Band’s 1975 classic “Get Down Tonight.”
That is not the only dance the duo will be performing. Week 7 will also be Team Week on DWTS. In keeping with the night’s Eras theme, the two teams will represent Team Past and Team Future. Kramer and Savchenko are dancing on Team Future.
Also comprising Team Future is:
-Terra Jole and Sasha Farber
-Laurie Hernandez and Val Chmerkovskiy
-Marilu Henner and Derek Hough.
Jana Kramer posted a picture of Team Future during rehearsals on Twitter over the weekend.
Kramer has been documenting her DWTS journey on social media all week. On Thursday (October 21), she reposted a tweet from DWTS’ official Twitter handle, which showed her and Savchenko having a little fun during rehearsals.
Earlier in the day, Kramer thanked her DWTS partner on Twitter for joining the #PutANailInIt campaign to raise awareness for domestic abuse.
It’s a cause that is close to the singer/actress. In Week 5 of the reality show competition, Kramer performed an emotional Contemporary routine to Martina McBride’s “In My Daughter’s Eyes.” Per the Inquisitr, her inspiring performance was a tribute to her daughter and in the video package that accompanied the routine, Kramer spoke out about the abuse she suffered at the hands of her first husband.
In between DWTS rehearsals and raising awareness for an important cause, Kramer also found time to perform in Red Rocks, Colorado. She thanked those who turned out to see her perform on Twitter.
Then it was back to work at the DWTS studio, collaborating with her fellow DWTS cast members on their Team Dance (as seen above).
When Kramer hits the ballroom on Monday night, there will be a familiar face back at the judge’s table. Judge Len Goodman will make his return to DWTS as head judge, after taking a brief break from the series.
Goodman missed Kramer and Savchenko’s sexy Argentine Tango last week. Of course, he like so many others can check out the smoldering routine on YouTube. DWTS uploaded the video of it to their official page and it has already garnered over half a million views and counting.
In case you missed it. Here is how Week 6’s leaderboard ended up.
-Jana Kramer and Gleb Savchenko: 40
-James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess: 38
-Calvin Johnson and Lindsay Arnold: 37
-Laurie Hernandez and Val Chmerkovskiy: 37
-Marilu Henner and Derek Hough: 34
-Maureen McCormick and Artem: 31
-Ryan Lochte and Cheryl Burke: 30
-Terra Jole and Sasha Farber: 30
-Amber Rose and Maks Chmerkovskiy: 28 – Eliminated
Can Jana and Gleb maintain first place? Find out when DWTS airs tonight (October 24) starting at 8 p.m. on ABC.
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