AceShowbiz - Celebrities contestants of "Dancing with the Stars" season 28 returned to the ballroom for Week 4. In the new episode, which aired on Monday, October 7, Leah Remini joined Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli as a guest judge. Kicking off the night were Sean Spicer and his pro partner Lindsay Arnold.
The pair opted to dance a Paso Double to "Bamboleo" by Gipsy Kings. "It looked more like the Paso Doble from Pasadena. Technically it wasn't great, but you attacked the dance. Well done to you," said Len of their routine. Meanwhile, Leah praised the former White House secretary for being "committed" and trying his best on the show despite not being a dance. Sean got 21 points out of 40.
Following it up was Ally Brooke who danced a Jive to Tina Turner's "Proud Mary" alongside partner Sasha Farber. The judges loved it with Bruno gushing, "What a performance, that was a diva jive. Totally in command of the dance and the stage. So good, keep going that way." Carrie Ann also said that it was such an "amazing" performance. Ally was given a 32.
Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson, meanwhile, danced his way to the ballroom with a Cha Cha to "If I Can't Have You" by Shawn Mendes. "It is on, that is what I have been waiting for from you. That was incredible. I can't even believe you were in the bottom two last week," said Carrie Ann. Leah added, "You are so wonderful to watch. You need to know that you are good and own it." Kel earned 32 points.
Next up were Kate Flannery and Pasha Pashkov. The pair managed to blew everyone's mind with a performance of Argentine Tango to "Hands to Myself" by Selena Gomez. "You were amazing and you represent a lot of us that are not dancers, we are comedic actresses. I think you did amazing," Leah praised her. However, the rest of the judges thought that Kate "struggled to get into the character of the Argentine Tango." The judges gave Kate a 26.
Performing a Quickstep to "Walking on Sunshine" by Katrina & The Waves were James Van Der Beek and Emma Slater. Len called him "a terrific dancer," while Bruno said, "You can tell a story and you can dancer. You have to work on the details." James got 28 points.
Hannah Brown and dancer Alan Bersten danced a Paso Doble to "I Love It" by Icona Pop. "First of all, I want to say that the comments are never intended to be hurtful, they are intended for you to get better and they worked. It was passionate and delightful," said Carrie Ann of the routine. Len added, "It just had aggression, but with control, well done." Hannah was given a 32.
As for Lamar Odom and Peta Murgatroyd, they opted to dance a Viennese Waltz to "In the Air Tonight" by Phil Collins. Leah said that the former athleted "did an amazing job," while Len said, "There is a gentleness about you, I love to see that. If the others had to climb hills, you had to climb mountains. You did a great job, well done." The judges gave him 20 points.
Performing next were Sailor Brinkley-Cook and Val Chmerkovskiy. They danced a Cha Cha to "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" by Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell. Len thought it was a "lovely" and "well-executed Cha Cha," adding that "it was bright and lively." Carrie Ann then noted, "I agree with everything, just work on your foot consistency underneath you." The pair got 31 points.
Lauren Alaina and Gleb Savchenko followed it up with a Foxtrot to "Jolene" by Dolly Parton. "I like that lovely moment when you did the heel turn. Throughout the dance, it was very very nice," gushed Len. Bruno also liked the routine, saying, "Classy Fox Trot and you look like a really classy lady doing it. Very elegant." Lauren earned a 32.
Concluding the night was Karamo Brown, who performed a Tango to "Old Town Road" by Lil Nas X with Jenna Johnson. "That was my favorite dance of yours thus far, but you started with a lift. That rule is there for people who can't lift," Carrie Ann commented. The pair got 28 points.
Now it was time for the results. Karamo & Jenna and Lamar & Peta were announced to be the couples in the bottom two. Eventually, it was Lamar and Peta who had to pack and go home.