"DWTS: Juniors" Week 7 Recap:  Dancing Through the Decades

This week on "Dancing with the Stars: Juniors" the five remaining couples showed off their dancing chops as they time traveled to different decades and performed the signature dance styles of each era. These little dancing machines covered everything from the Charleston of the roaring '20s to jazz from the '80s and learned a thing or two about history along the way. Mandla Morris and Brightyn Brems even performed a futuristic paso doble.

But it's Miles Brown and Rylee Arnold who stole the show with their 1950's themed jive. The high-energy piece was a spin-off of the ever popular "I Love Lucy" TV show, and we can honestly say we think Lucille Ball would approve. Miles' and Rylee's portrayal of the characters perfectly lent itself to the cute story line. On top of that, Miles' technique was so precise and in sync with Rylee that he looked like he could be one of the pro dancers. This was one of the duo's best performances and with moves like that, we're completely onboard with an "I Love Miles" series!

Miles & Rylee's Jive - DWTS Juniors www.youtube.com

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