Dancing With the Stars Season 25 Episode 6 Review

It's Disney Night on Dancing With the Stars! The most magical night of the DWTS season is finally here.

Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas - 
This was a really beautiful and elegant dance. Most of Lindsey's dances are really fun, but this was just a really beautiful dance that didn't need any Disney magic to make it great.
My Score: 10

Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson -
This was easily Frankie's best dance of the season. His chemistry with Witney was the best it's ever been, and the dance was flawless. I don't know when the next Pirates of the Caribbean movie is coming out, but I know one thing: Frankie better be in it.
My Score: 10

Nick Lachey and Peta Murgatroyd -
This was a pretty good dance, but it was easily the weakest of the night. Unfortunately, I think this was a small step down from last week, though it was still one of his better dances.
My Score: 7

Vanessa Lachey and Maks Chmerkovskiy - 
This dance was quite good, and I though it was really pretty. She's not amazing like some of the others, but she's a really good dancer. I haven't seen much improvement from her though, so I'll be hoping to see that in the next couple of weeks.
My Score: 8

Drew Scott and Emma Slater -
This was really a good dance, and Nick continues to improve. Being set to one of my favorite songs certainly didn't hurt, either. Nor did Kermit's appearance. I don't quite agree with Kermit's 10, but my score is close.
My Score: 9

Terrell Owens and Cheryl Burke -
This was a really solid dance from Terrell. It was an improvement from last week, making this his first dance. I wasn't very sure about Terrell at first, buy I'm on board now. He's getting really good.
My Score: 8

Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy -
This dance really had something for everyone. It was a great way to start off Disney night, as it totally embodied the spirit of Disney by with its whimsy. It was pure magic!
My Score: 10

Sasha Pieterse and Gleb Savchenko -
Sasha rebounded last week after a rough dance, and she kept it up this week. I'm not sure if this was her best dance, but it was certainly close. She really has potential, and I wish she would have gotten to stick around so we could have seen what else she has in her.
My Score: 8

Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev -
Coco might not be a movie any of us have seen, but based off of the trailer, I feel like this dance embodied the spirit of the film pretty well. It was fun, and it was Nikki's best dance so far. I'm glad that she seems to be peaking at just the right time.
My Score: 9

Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold -
This was a great dance from Jordan, his best (and according to the judges, the best) so far. It wasn't me favorite of the night, but I still loved it.
My Score: 10

Dancers of the Night: Lindsey & Mark
Honorable Mention: Jordan & Lindsay

Worst of the Night: Nick & Peta
(Dis)Honorable Mention: Sasha & Gleb

Rankings for the Week:
1- Lindsey & Mark
2- Jordan & Lindsay
3- Frankie & Witney
4- Victoria & Val
5- Drew & Emma
6- Nikki & Artem
7- Terrell & Cheryl
8- Vanessa & Maks
9- Sasha & Gleb
10- Nick & Peta

As is typical for Disney Night, this was a great episode. All of the performances were really fun, and there were so many that I thought were perfect. It was a magical evening, as expected.
My Score: 9.5/10
My Grade: A

What did you think of this episode? Who was your favorite this week? Let me know in the comments below!

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