'DWTS' Recap: Celebrities Bring Magical Performances on Disney Night

The ABC dancing show aired its Disney Night on Monday, October 14, featuring celebrity contestants hitting the ballroom to pay tribute to classic movies from the Mouse House.

AceShowbiz - One of the best nights on "Dancing with the Stars" is here! The ABC dancing competition show aired its Disney Night on Monday, October 14, featuring celebrity contestants hitting the ballroom to pay tribute to classic movies from the Mouse House.

Kicking off the magical night were Sailor Brinkley Cook and Val Chmerkovskiy. The pair danced a Viennese Waltz to "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes" from "Cinderella". It was so beautiful that Len Goodman called the routine light and fluffy. Meanwhile, Bruno Tonioli called Sailor the "ideal Disney princess" before praising her for improving her spin. Sailor earned 24 points out of 30.

Karamo Brown and Jenna Johnson followed it up with an emotional performance of Samba to "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" from "The Lion King". Bruno said that he liked that Karamo attacked it like a leader, though he noted that Karamo needed better footwork and "elasticity" during the Samba portions. Carrie Ann Inaba added that she liked the Afro-Cuban sections better than the samba one. The judges gave Karamo a 21.

Dancing Jazz to "Spoonful of Sugar" from "Marry Poppins" were Kate Flannery and Pasha Pashkov. Len loved it, describing the performance as "sweet and delicate," adding, "You are back in the game." For the routine, Kate was given 24 points.

Sean Spicer and Lindsay Arnold opted for a fun Quickstep to "You've Got a Friend in Me" from "Toy Story". It was a "pretty good" routine, according to Len. As for Carrie Ann, he admitted that Sean took her breath away at one point before adding that he did a "really good job." The judges gave him 19 points.

The next performer were Ally Brooke, who danced a Contemporary to "Beauty and the Beast" from the movie of the same name alongside Sasha Farber. Bruno praised Ally for her "fearless commitment" and dubbed her "an honest performer." Len gushed over the routine, saying that it was "smooth like butter on a hot muffin." Ally got 27 points, marking the first 9s of the season.

Lauren Alaina and Gleb Savchenko hit the ballroom to dance a Samba to "Under the Sea" from "The Little Mermaid". Len didn't seem to be pleased with the performance as he said that there was a "little too much going on" throughout the performance. Bruno added that there were a few "weird" moments. The judges gave Lauren a 23.

Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson brought energy with a jazz routine to "We're All in This Together" from "High School Musical". "That was a dance that really suited you," Len raved. Bruno and Carrie Ann also agreed with Len, adding that it was a "non-stop high octane dancing." Kel got 26 points as everyone but Len gave him a 9.

For the Disney Night, Hannah Brown opted to dance a magnificent Foxtrot to "A Whole New World" from "Aladdin". Bruno loved the routine but he couldn't see some of the footwork because of the fog. Carrie Ann also liked the "stunning" performance. The pair earned a 25.

Concluding the night was James Van Der Beek who danced a Paso Doble to the "Pirates of the Caribbean" theme song along with Emma Slater. Of the fierce routing, Carrie Ann said, "That was insane." Bruno then called it a "big hit." The judges gave James 26 points.

It was later time for the results. Much to everyone's joy, no one was eliminated!

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