ABC might as well re-name this episode "All The Feels." Just about every dance was a genuine tearjerker—and, as a rule, I am so not a crier, y'all. That said, certain numbers stood out for amaaaaaaazing or awkward reasons. In keeping with the emotional roller coaster theme of last night, here are our (highly subjective) highs and lows from Week 4.


Low: Nick and Peta's rumba. Major props to Ms. Murgatroyd, not only for providing every last smidgen of the technique and sparkle in this bizarre Bachelor-themed version of "Shape of You," but also for putting up with Nick's gaze firmly fixed on the floor. Just when you thought things couldn't get more palpably awkward, Nick's fiancée Vanessa Grimaldi appeared at the end for a very long, very graphic smooch. No one wants to see that much PDA, "DWTS" producers. (But we love you, Peta. Keep fighting the good fight.)


High: Heather and Alan's cha cha. This number had all the ingredients for a perfect "Most Memorable Year": touching backstory all about family (cue the awwwwwww's), a deep connection to the song and—oh yeah—some seriously flawless fancy footwork! Plus the brief cameo appearance by Morris's real-life husband was more natural than some others on the episode. (Yes, I am giving you serious side eye right now, Nick.)


More highs:

  • Rashad and Emma's contemporary (I'm not crying, you're crying!)
  • Bonner and Sharna's foxtrot. Dance heals, y'all. For proof, check out the full video:

...and lows:

  • Erika and Gleb's disappointing cha cha. Spacey "stage presence" and a general lack of confidence doomed what could have been an AMAZING Madonna tribute number.
  • Mr. T getting sent home. I know he wasn't exactly slaying the competition, but what a cutie! I'll miss his enthusiasm and good-natured presence.

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