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DWTS: Two Celebrities Sent Packing At The End of Disney Villains Night

This week's episodes of Dancing With The Stars season 30 turned out to be the end of the road in the competition for Beverly Hills, 90210 alum Brian Austin Green and Bachelor alum Matt James, as they were sent packing from the show. Tuesday night's episode was themed "Disney Villains Night" and began with DWTS host Tyra Banks announcing that there would be a double elimination at the very end. Tyra dressed the part as she dazzled in a fierce Maleficent outfit. Tyra's announcement about a double elimination came after Monday's "Disney Heroes Night" ended without any evictions. Therefore, the contestants knew from the start that they were up against it and had to put on a show to stand a chance.

The night's performances were impressive with contestants giving it their all to impress the judges. Melora Hardin and her pro partner, Artem Chigvintsev, claimed bragging rights after they topped the week's leaderboard with a cumulative score of 73 out of 80. Meanwhile, Jimmie Allen and his pro partner, Emma Slater, won the "Mickey Dance Challenge," which earned them two extra points from the judges to finish with a combined score of 67 out of 80. At the end of the night's performances, the bottom three contestants were Matt and his pro partner Lindsay Arnold, Brian and his pro partner/girlfriend Sharna Burgess, and The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore and her pro partner Brandon Armstrong. Kenya and Brandon finished with 59 out of 80. Matt and Lindsay finished with 57 out of 80. And Brian and Sharna finished with 52 out of 80 points.

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The DWTS Week 4 elimination was characteristically intense, with fans biting their lips as they waited for which of their favorites would make it to the next round. As reported by People, dance partners and lovebirds Brian and Sharna were the first to be eliminated, leaving the judges to choose between Kenya and Brandon, and Matt and Lindsay. Bruno Tonioli elected to save Matt and Lindsay, while Derek Hough chose to save Kenya and Brandon. Carrie Ann Inaba saved Matt and Lindsay, leaving head judge Len Goodman with the final decision. Len saved Kenya and Brandon, eliminating Matt and Lindsay. Kenya was moved to tears and fell to her knees, overjoyed that she was going to dance for another week. With their eliminations from the show, Matt and Brian joined Cobra Kai actor Martin Kove and Bling Empire star Christine Chiu, who were evicted in this season's second and third weeks, respectively.

Despite their evictions from DWTS, Brian and Matt put up a good show during their performances. Brian and Sharna danced the Paso Doble to "He is a Pirate" from Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of The Black Pearl. The couple looked impressive in their outfits for the night and earned a score of 27 out of 40 for their performance. Len said he liked Brian's aggression but advised him to lift his membrane during performances. Derek said the couple is always entertaining to watch, while Bruno remarked that he wants more firepower from Brian. Meanwhile, Matt and Lindsay brought the heat with their Jungle Book-inspired Paso Doble to X Ambassadors and Jamie N Commons' song "Jungle" and earned 31 out of 40 points. Derek felt Matt did well but urged him to avoid taking small steps across the ballroom. Bruno was excited by Matt's solid performance, while Len urged him to give so much more.

Although Matt and Brian performed better on Tuesday night, their lower scores from Monday's "Disney Heroes Night" on DWTS meant they could not avoid finishing above the bottom three. Despite not going all the way to the finals, Matt and Brian should hold their heads high following their impressive showing on Dancing With The Stars season 30. Both men have enjoyed their time on the show and will look back at their experiences fondly. However, the show must go on after the pair's elimination. Fans will already be looking ahead to next week's episode, which promises to be exciting following Tyra's revelation that the theme will be Grease. The contestants still left on the show will also be bracing themselves for what is to come, knowing well enough that they must be at the top of their game to stand any chance of progressing further.

Dancing With The Stars airs Mondays at 8pm on ABC.

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Source: People

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