After respectable showing (he should've done the worm!
The documentary gives fans behind the scenes looks at how the EP was made and their experiences in England.
Bristol Palin and her "Dancing with the Stars" partner Mark Ballas debuted together just last week, but they're already so close she's taken him home to meet the parents.
With his former partner Julianne Hough, he won the Junior Latin American Dance Championship and the gold medal at the Junior Olympics.
Bristol Palin and her “Dancing” partner, Mark Ballas, take a break from dance rehearsals to chat with Access’ Maria Menounos about what she thinks of Tina Fey’s impersonation of her mom, Sarah Palin.
When showtime arrived, Mark Ballas watched as Van Zant performed with Bersten.
Despite all the last minute changes and her nerves, Van Zant’s salsa went off without a hitch and even earned high praise from judge Len Goodman who called it the “best dance so far on season 22.” They earned a score of 24/30, one of the highest of the night.
Or, at least the soars scored for the competitors who didn't kick off their rehearsals by accusing their partners of being disappointed to be dancing with them."I know you're bummed that you don't have Sabrina or Shawn," a dejected-sounding Bristol Palin told Mark Ballas as they rehashed last week's low score. Come on, don't be like that," he tried to comfort her, but she got up and walked out of the rehearsal room before they at some point got it together and rehearsed for tonight's paso doble.
(Maybe she doesn't remember that, though Mark won with Shawn Johnson, he got further with Bristol than he did with Sabrina Bryan.)"What does Sabrina or Shawn have to do with this? Which, good news for Bristol, Len Goodman called "easily [her] best dance." (She still finished up in last place, but her numbers Drew Lachey paid homage to fellow boy-bander Joey Mc Intyre's cha-cha and ended up being praised for his "power drill"-reminiscent booty."It worked for Channing Tatum, it's going to work for you," purred Bruno Tonioli.
Mark said that the doctors gave him good news, but he is still being cautious. Choosing to be extra cautious in order to avoid making his injury worse, Ballas sat out last week.
Luckily, Alan Bersten was able to step in and dance with Paige, but the pair was able to practice together for only a couple of hours before performing live.
Melissa Rycroft returned to front-runner form, earning a season-high 27 on her J. Martinez-originated samba, only to be joined at the top a little later by none other than Kelly Monaco, whose partner Val Chmerkovskiy couldn't pass up the opportunity to put his own stamp on brother Maks' paso doble wtih Laila Ali.