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Dancing With The Stars – Season 9, Episode 11 – Week 5 Results Show

Updated on October 20, 2009

Week 5 Performance Show

I just need to take a moment to say that one of the coolest things about this season is getting a peek at the sweet fatherly side of Ozzy. He was adorable in the footage they showed of him with Kelly last night dealing with her injured ankle.

The repeat performance for tonight was Donny & Kym. YAY! I really enjoyed their Argentine Tango the first time and thought it was even better the second time with no fear of bad scores.

First Look Back at a Performance with a MJ Song

They showed a clip of Louis Van Amstel and Monique Coleman from Season 3 dancing a Samba to “ABC,” with a brief clip of Louis talking about Michael Jackson.

Musical Performance

Norah Jones performed “It’s Gonna B”e from her new album. She has such a pretty voice. She was joined by two couples dancing a mix of styles.

First Bit of Randomness

They showed a clip of past Louis Van Amstel and Monique Coleman from Season 3 dancing a Samba to ABC, with a brief clip of Louis talking about Michael Jackson.

First Round of Results – Last Night’s Top 3 Couples

Mark & Lacey – Safe

Donny & Kym – Safe

Mya & Dmitry – Safe

Second Look Back at a Performance with a MJ Song

They showed a clip of Mark Ballas and Shawn Johnson from Season 8 dancing to “P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing),” with a brief clip of Mark talking about Michael Jackson.

Second Bit of Randomness

They showed interviews with the cast talking about their experience with the show and what happens on Mondays.

Second Round of Results – Couples Who Tied for 4th Last Night

Joanna & Derek – In Jeopardy

Kelly & Louis – Safe

Aaron & Karina – In Jeopardy

Third Look Back at a Performance with a MJ Song

They showed a clip of Kym Johnson and Warren Sapp from Season 7 dancing to “Blame it on the Boogie,” with a brief clip of Kym talking about Michael Jackson.

Third Round of Results – Lowest Scoring Male & Female Star from Last Night

Michael & Anna – Safe

Natalie & Alec – In Jeopardy

Musical Performance

Norah Jones sang her second song of the night, “Come Away with Me.” I love this song! Performing with her were Anne Trebunskaya & Jonathan Roberts, their dance was really beautiful. Apparently the song was Anna & Jonathan’s wedding song, how sweet! No wonder they looked so happy while dancing.

MJ Tidbits

They showed clips of Michael’s family and some of the pros talking about Michael.

Remaining Two Couples Results

Louie & Chelsie – Safe

Melissa & Mark – In Jeopardy (So dumb to have 4 couples in jeopardy, just announce the bottom 2!)

MJ Tidbits

They showed more clips of Michael’s family and some of the pros talking about Michael.

Macy’s Stars of Dance

Tonight the pros performed a tribute to Michael Jackson. The performance was introduced by Latoya Jackson who said a few brief words about her brother. The first song was “I Want You Back” with Mark, Derek and Karina dancing. The second song was “Man in the Mirror” with Chelsie, Dmitry, Tony (I think it was him), Lacey, Maks and Edyta. The final song was Thriller which started off with Cheryl & Louis and ended with everyone doing the “Thriller dance.” It was pretty cool overall—it was just a struggle for me because it was done so long after he passed that it seemed a bit out of place.

Results for the Couples In Jeopardy

Melissa & Mark – Safe

Joanna & Derek – Safe

Aaron & Karina – In Bottom 2

Natalie & Alec – In Bottom 2

The judges seemed very surprised by who was in the bottom 2, I am surprised too.

Eliminated—Natalie & Alec

Design-a-Dance

I thought we were supposed to find out tonight who was selected as the pro. I guess not, either that or I fast forwarded through it.

Next week is a double elimination, and apparently that is when the dance off comes in to play.

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