Dancing With The Stars, DWTS, Cast

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Uh, Dancing with the Stars, we already watch you every week. You didn't need to bribe us with TV theme songs!

That said, we definitely had a good time this week—for the most part—as the stars danced to the themes of some of our favorite shows, from The Golden Girls to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to True Blood and everything in between. We've also got quite a medley of songs in our head, so thank you for that.

We're also now totally obsessed with the total masterpiece that was Alexa PenaVega and Mark Ballas  jazz routine to the Breaking Bad theme. It's a thing we never knew we needed until we got it, and now it's our favorite thing of all time, on par with Riker Lynch's Jack Sparrow routine from last season.

We also watched a Ninja Turtle bust out a jive and witnessed a Backstreet Boy nailing a dance to the Downton Abbey theme, and nothing made sense, but it was all beautiful anyway.

Unfortunately, in some terribly upsetting news, tonight's elimination was based  not on merit but on dumb rules. Since Kim Zolciak-Biermann was unable to perform due to being stuck in Atlanta after suffering a mini-stroke, she was forced to withdraw from the competition.

Kim Zolciak, Tony Dovolani, Dancing with the Stars


That meant that Andy Grammer and Paula Deen, who found themselves in the bottom two tonight, were safe for the week, but for the saddest reason. All scores from this week will be added to next week's scores.

Check out the full list of scores below!

Paula Deen and Louis van Amstel: 20/40 
Gary Busey and Anna Trebunskaya: 25/40 
Andy Grammer
and Allison Holker: 30/40
Hayes Grier and Emma Slater: 30/40 
Tamar Braxton and Val Chmerkovskiy: 31/40 
Carlos PenaVega and Witney Carson: 31/40 
Alek Skarlatos and Linsday Arnold: 33/40
Bindi Irwin and Derek Hough: 32/40
Alexa PenaVega and Mark Ballas: 36/40
Nick Carter and Sharna Burgess: 36/40

Who was your favorite? Do you think the rules should be bent so that Kim can return to the competition? Sound off in the comments!

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