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Soap Alums on DANCING WITH THE STARS Week Four Recap


One of the three soap alums was sent home this week on DANCING WITH THE STARS, but there are still two left in the competition! ANOTHER WORLD’s Anne Heche (Vicky/Marley) was sadly cut from the running after last night’s performance, but Jesse Metcalfe (Miguel, PASSIONS) and Chrishell Stause (ex-Jordan, DAYS OF OUR LIVES; Amanda, ALL MY CHILDREN) are still hanging in there. Let’s take a look at how this round went!

Chrishell Stause

The actress and partner Gleb Savchenko danced the foxtrot to Harry Styles’ “Adore You” and despite a little stumble, the judges were still impressed by her continued improvement and awarded her two sevens and an eight for a total of 22 out of 30 points.

Anne Heche

The AW alum started the competition on solid ground but hasn’t improved much and the judges found her paso doble to “Rise” by Katy Perry with partner Keo Motsepe to be average at best. They praised her courage and called her inspiring, but awarded her a trio of sevens, giving her a total of 21 points.

Jesse Metcalfe

Metcalfe and professional partner Sharna Burgess performed a cha cha to “Smooth” by Santana and Rob Thomas. While the judges enjoy him as a personality, they criticized him not bringing that to his dancing and gave him three sevens for a total of 21 out of 30 points.

There was a slight error in tabulating the scores during the elimination portion of the show, but in the end, Monica Aldama joined Heche in the bottom two and the judges chose to save the cheerleading coach, sending Heche home. Stause seems to be doing okay now after a rough start, but Metcalfe is one of the lower-scoring dancers this week. Could he be in danger of going home in the next round? Make sure you tune in and find out!

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