Jordan Fisher ‘Dancing With The Stars’ Halloween Performance Is Perfect (VIDEO)

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Jordan Fisher DWTS Halloween

By Michael Lewittes |

Jordan Fisher DWTS Halloween


Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold danced a perfect paso doble on Monday’s Halloween-themed “Dancing With The Stars.” They were completely flawless as they moved across the dance floor to Martin Garrix’s “Animals.” Watch the video below of Fisher and Arnold’s routine.

After receiving a perfect score two weeks ago for his foxtrot to Moana’s “You’re Welcome” on Disney night, Fisher had to settle for second place last week when he scored 39 out of 40 points for his rumba to Ed Sheeran’s “Supermarket Flowers.” The frontrunner since the beginning of this season’s “Dancing With The Stars,” last Monday Fisher finished in second place behind Lindsay Stirling, who received 40 out of 40 points.

Still, Fisher was again impressive with his rumba. Bruno Tonioli marveled, “What you do that’s amazing is that you stretch every movement.” Carrie Ann Inaba described his routine as a “wave of gorgeousness.” And while guest judge Shania Twain was also blown away by Fisher and Arnold’s routine, Len Goodman felt it was “well-crafted,” but took issue with a few “little things” like some unnecessary hand movements the actor and singer made while performing. Overall, they all praised Fisher, and he received 10s from everyone but Goodman, who gave him a 9 for a total of 39 out of 40 points.

For the Halloween-themed show, Jordan scared up yet another incredible dance. About his paso doble to Martin Garrix’s “Animals,” Goodman said, “you little devil, you dance like an angel.” He also appreciated the singer and actor’s “tricks and treats.” Inaba felt Fisher’s dance was “really powerful and aggressive.” “It was the biggest, baddest, best paso ever,” exclaimed Tonioli. He added, “It was insanely good.” As a result, Fisher was awarded a perfect 30 out of a total of 30 points. Check out the video below of Fisher and Arnold’s routine.

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