Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller was dancing once again to impress the judges at Disney Night on Dancing with the Stars. How did he do this week?
After the last two performances, Von Miller and Witney Carson needed a strong performance this week in order to stay in the thick of the competition.
In this week’s episode of Dancing with the Stars, the celebrities and their dance partners celebrated Disney Night. All the couples would represent a famous Disney film and dance along to the familiar song from the film.
For Von Miller and Witney Carson, they decided to go with Cinderella and dance along to the famous song “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes.”
Twitter was buzzing with the costumes that Miller and Carson were wearing. It did really look like it was from the actual movie. So, they definitely won some style points in that category. And to use the actual carriage from the movie itself was impressive.
As far as the dance goes, I was really impressed. I can tell that Von Miller really worked on his movement on the dance floor. The entire dance was graceful and got some great reviews. Almost everything in the dance was flawless. There was perhaps a step or two that did not look pretty, but I was really impressed as I stated last night.
This week, there were four judges, so a better chance to get a higher score. The special guest judge was Zendaya, who was a contestant on the 16th season on Dancing with the Stars.
For the scores, all four judges gave Von Miller and Witney Carson an eight. For a grand total of 32 out of 40 points. That is a huge jump from the 20 points they have gotten the last two weeks. With an impressive week, the dancing couple were safe this week.
According to early reports, if Von Miller was to advance, he would be unable to attend OTA’s next week. However, teammate Aqib Talib did say that Von did tell him he would be there next week. So, Broncos Country might not have to worry.
It will be interesting how Von Miller balances dancing and OTA’s. But if there is anyone that can, it is the Super Bowl 50 MVP.