DWTS Disney Night 2019 Recap: Who Went Home?

DWTS Disney Night 2019 Recap: Who Went Home?

Disney magic returned to the ballroom as Dancing with the Stars 2019 celebrated Disney Night! The entire DWTS cast, including Hannah Brown, Ally Brooke, Sean Spicer, Kel Mitchell, and Karamo, and their pro dance partners, danced to music from classic Disney films including Cinderella, The Lion King, Mary Poppins, and The Little Mermaid. Judges Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, and Carrie Ann Inaba were once again on-hand, but would they be more like fairy godmothers or channeling famous Disney villains? Keep scrolling for the full recap and Dancing with the Stars Disney Night scores and to find out who went home on Dancing with the Stars' Disney Night 2019!

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Sailor Brinkley-Cook & Val
Massive Disney fan Sailor Brinkley-Cook got to be a real Disney princess as she and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy prepared for their Viennese Waltz to "A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes" from Disney's classic, Cinderella. To prepare her for all of the spinning in the routine, Val also made sure to take Sailor for a spin on Disneyland's famous Mad Tea Party ride. And the preparation must've paid off, because, for the judges, their performance was a dream come true.

Watch Sailor Brinkley-Cook and Val's Viennese Waltz

Carrie Ann – 8; Len – 8; Bruno – 8; TOTAL: 24

Karamo & Jenna
After finally getting a "7" from Len last week and spending some time at Disneyland with his sons, Karamo was feeling like a king. This week, he and his partner Jenna Johnson let the whole ballroom know that they just couldn't wait to rule again with a Samba to "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" from Disney's The Lion King. Unfortunately, the judges weren't quite so sure that Karamo and Jenna were ready to rule just yet; he needs to work some more on his footwork first.

Watch Karamo and Jenna's Samba

Carrie Ann – 7; Len – 7; Bruno – 7; TOTAL: 21

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Kate Flannery & Pasha
After struggling to get into character last week for their Argentine Tango, Kate and her partner Pasha Pashkov found their low scores a little hard to take. This week, they sweetened things up with a Jazz routine to "A Spoonful of Sugar" from Disney's Mary Poppins, but would the medicine go down well with the judges? With "8s" across the board, it's safe to say their performance was more than sweet enough.

Watch Kate Flannery and Pasha's Jazz

Carrie Ann – 8; Len – 8; Bruno – 8; TOTAL: 24

Sean Spicer & Lindsay
Sean and his partner Lindsay Arnold were able to bring in their first "6" of the season last week, and they were looking for even more this week with their Quickstep to "You've Got a Friend In Me" from Disney and Pixar's Toy Story. The judges were certainly feeling friendly, with Sean scoring his first "6s" from Len and Bruno, and his first "7" of the season from Carrie Ann.

Watch Sean Spicer and Lindsay's Quickstep

Carrie Ann – 7; Len – 6; Bruno – 6; TOTAL: 19

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Ally Brooke & Sasha
Ally and her partner Sasha Farber got to tell a tale as old as time this week with their Contemporary routine set to "Beauty and the Beast" from the classic Disney film of the same name. There was nothing beastly about their performance, and it's safe to say that Ally was the Belle of the ballroom. All three judges awarded their first "9s" of the season, sending Ally and the princely Sasha straight to the top of the leaderboard.

Watch Ally Brooke and Sasha's Contemporary

Carrie Ann – 9; Len – 9; Bruno – 9; TOTAL: 27

Lauren Alaina & Gleb
Country star Lauren Alaina won her first talent show singing "Part of Your World" from Disney's The Little Mermaid, so it was especially meaningful that she and her partner Gleb Savchenko danced a Samba to "Under the Sea." There was nothing hotter under the water, with the judges spotting a few fishy moves, but acknowledging they did well with a very difficult dance.

Watch Lauren Alaina and Gleb's Samba

Carrie Ann – 8; Len – 7; Bruno – 8; TOTAL: 23

Kel Mitchell & Witney
Kel and his partner Witney Carson were feeling celebratory after getting their highest scores of the season last week. This week, they danced a Jazz routine to "We're All in This Together" from Disney's High School Musical, to show off that feel-good spirit. Well, the judges were certainly feeling good about their routine, and the scores got even higher!

Watch Kel Mitchell and Witney's Jazz

Carrie Ann – 9; Len – 8; Bruno – 9; TOTAL: 26

Hannah Brown & Alan
Hannah and her partner Alan Bersten were looking to show everyone a whole new world with their Foxtrot to the beloved song from Disney's Aladdin this week. The dance was as beautiful and graceful as a moonlit magic carpet ride, but Len was hoping for some more in-hold content.

Watch Hannah Brown and Alan's Foxtrot

Carrie Ann – 9; Len – 7; Bruno – 9; TOTAL: 25

James Van Der Beek & Emma
It was a pirate's life for James and his partner Emma Slater this week as they danced a Paso Doble to music from Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean films. Their swashbuckling performance brought a close to Disney Night in the ballroom, and the crowd to its feet.

Watch James Van Der Beek and Emma's Paso Doble

Carrie Ann – 9; Len – 8; Bruno – 9; TOTAL: 26

Who Went Home on Disney Night?
All of these stars and their partners put their all into their Disney Night performances, and to celebrate, there was no Dancing with the Stars elimination tonight! Your votes and the judges' scores from this week will be combined with next week's votes and scores to determine who faces elimination.

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