Here's who was eliminated during 'DWTS' Week 8, which had two celebs and their partners going out in their tribute to the '90s.
We're getting to the endgame of Dancing with the Stars, as shown by this week's second double elimination of the season. The 8 remaining couples got jiggy with two dances dedicated to the '90s, hoping their performances would get them one step closer to the bling of the Mirrorball trophy. But unfortunately two pairs were left saying, "Talk to the hand" by the judges. By the end, we were left wondering who was voted out of the competition.
Check out more information about last night's episode below.
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Who was eliminated on Dancing with the Stars last night?
Heidi D'Amelio and Artem Chigvintsev
Heidi and Artem were the first pair eliminated from the bottom three. This was their third time in the bottom, and evidently it was not the charm.
Vinny Guadagnino and Koko Iwasaki
At long last, Vinny and Koko have pumped their last fist on the dance floor. It's been a rough season for the Jersey Shore star and his partner, as they had the lowest score six out of eight weeks, including this one. Surprisingly, it was their first time in the bottom, where the judges saved Trevor and Emma over them.
Who finished at the top of the leaderboard last night?
It was a perfect night for two pairs. Charli D'Amelio and Mark Ballas and Wayne Brady and Witney Carson both got perfect scores for their '90s dances, and got an additional 5 points for their respective dance relays, for a total score of 45. Below them were Shangela and Gleb Savchenko, who ended the night on 42 between their initial score of 37 and 5 points from winning their relay.
Who finished at the bottom of the leaderboard last night?
As mentioned above, Vinny and Koko were once again the lowest score with 29 and 0 from the relay. And above them with a score of 35 was the other eliminated team of Heidi and Artem. Then comes a tie between Daniel Durant and Britt Stewart and Trevor Donovan and Emma Slater with 39, though the latter actually got a 34 plus 5 from their relay win.