Hinchcliffe Wins Immunity Again With Suicide Squad Dance

Seeing as Monday was Halloween, viewers of Dancing With The Stars were treated to a Halloween inspired show. James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess were given a song from suicide squad for their Viennese Waltz this week. Kicking off the show was an entire cast dance that highlighted each couple and what their dance would be, but viewers were shocked to not see Burgess with Hinchcliffe.

Last week, Burgess was injured for her two dances with Hinchcliffe last week. Turns out, Burgess has had reconstructive surgery before on that knee and her doctor advised her to take three weeks off meaning, she was not able to dance this week. Have no fear Jenna Johnson, who was paired with Jake T. Austin this season, stepped up the plate to dance with Hinchcliffe.

In the past, this has never worked out the best for any celebrity as it is hard to try to build chemistry with someone in short time span and learn the dance fully. This time is the one exception as the judges praised him highly. Julianne said “it just goes to show that you are the real deal because you can dance with any partner.” Bruno said “in spite of a new set of wheels you still gave me the ride of a lifetime.” Carrie-Ann said ”It was beyond incredible.”

This week immunity was also up for grabs for whoever would earn the highest score of the night. At the top before Hinchcliffe and Johnson, were Calvin Johnson and Lindsey Arnold along with Laurie Hernandez and Valentin Chmerkovskiy. Hinchcliffe earned a perfect thirty for his dance and since he had the most judges’ points overall, he was safe from elimination and having to dance off for four extra bonus points.

Hinchcliffe and Johnson waltz via YouTube

Again, you can get your votes in online through the Dancing With The Stars website, the Dancing With The Stars Facebook page, and by calling 1-800-868-3405 to ensure Hinchcliffe is around to dance another week.

Mandy Winslow

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