The Instant Dance Back was Back and Chelsea Kane Led the Pack

The stars are fighting for a spot in the final four. Yet, it isn’t going to be easy to get there. Tonight, each remaining five star couple had to dance two dances: an individual dance and an instant dance. The instant dance is a favorite routine from last year. The couples will know the routine that they will have to dance, yet they will not know the music until a few minute before they have to perform it. This is what makes it a favorite. How did the stars do tonight?

Here is a summary of their performances:

Individual Dances:

Chelsea Kane and Mark Ballas: They performed a Waltz. Len stated that they generally put too much emphasize on the story than they do the dance. Yet, they had great posture and overall he liked it. Carrie Ann sated that they earned perfection tonight. They scored a 29.

Hines Ward and Kym Johnson: They performed a Fox Trot. Carrie Ann stated the she loved it and that they did a great job. Len stated that it was joyful experience to watch. They scored a 28.

Romeo and Chelsie Hightower: They performed a Tango. Bruno stated that he was danced like a real man: strong, dark and handsome. Len stated that it was well done. They scored a 27.

Ralph Macchio and Karina Smirnoff: They performed a Viennese Waltz. Ralph suffered a leg injury this week and could only practice for only 9 hours compared to the normal 40 hours. Len stated that he did a great job. He had great posture and hold. Carrie Ann stated that it is the hardest thing to dance in pain. They scored a 25.

Kirstie Alley and Maksim Cherovskiy: They performed an Argentine Tango. Bruno stated that it was sensual, sultry, a hint of aggression. Plus, her footwork was brilliant. Len stated that was good. They scored a 28.

Instant Dance:

Chelsea Kane and Mark Ballas: They danced a Salsea: Len stated that their Salsea was hot. Carrie Ann stated that she did not feel a connection to the music. They scored a 26 for the instant dance and a total score of 55 for the night.

Hines Ward and Kym Johnson: They danced a Jive. Bruno stated that it was like watching Mr. Happy Feet. Len stated that he did a fantastic job. They scored a 25 for the instant dance and a total score of 54 for the night.

Romeo and Chelsie Hightower: They danced a Salsea. Carrie Ann stated that it needed to be a little tighter. Len stated there was a tiny incident. But he loved it. They scored a 25 for the instant dance and a total score of 52.

Ralph Macchio and Karina Smirnoff: They danced a Cha-Cha-Cha. Carrie Ann stated that she admired him for not giving up. Bruno stated that there was no hip action and that they would have to take that in consideration. They scored a 21for the instant dance and a total score of 46.

Kirstie Alley and Maksim Cherovskiy: They danced a Salsea. Bruno said he loved the angel. Yet, they lost sync three times. Carrie Ann argued that she thought they were totally in sync and that she liked the chemistry. They scored a 25 for the instant dance and a total score of 53.

At the end of the night, five couples stood and Chelsea Kane led the pack. Now the fans will vote and tomorrow night another couple will be eliminated. This means it will be down to the final four and soon a winner of this season’s “Dancing with the Stars” will stand.