And that was it. She knew she was probably going home and even asked Keo in rehearsal if she would be “punished” by the viewers for how she danced in Week 2. It’s interesting that the other pair with low scores from the viewers were Peta and Nick. I wonder if he’s getting some bad reactions from those who didn’t like him on “The Bachelor.”. Top Three Dances. 1. Nancy Kerrigan and Artem Chigvintsev performed a samba with all the hip shaking and samba moves, and seemed to be having a great time. Artem is so thrilled to have an Olympian for a partner. And then they met Ricky Martin in Vegas since they were dancing to his “Shake Your Bon Bon.” Artem was beside himself, and that joy and excitement transferred to their dance. Nancy is really shy and feels out of her element, but she is working hard and it shows. Score 33 out of 40.
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