'Dancing With The Stars': Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber bag the perfect score, but fans say judges overscored them
Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber are dancing like there is no tomorrow! The pair bagged this episode's first perfect score with their Samba performance as they danced to the beats of "Wannabe” by the Spice Girls. Brooke and Farber also received the show's first-ever perfect score during the last episode and it seems like the two are constantly aiming to keep that going.
Carrie Ann Inaba was quite impressed with the performance as she stated that the duo was perfectly in sync. She added that Brooke was "flawless" in her performance. Len Goodman stated that the pair had used perfect techniques for their routine and helped people see the best of Samba with their performance.
The guest judge, Joey Fatone also thought that Brooke and Farber delivered an "amazing" performance. Bruno Tonioli was so impressed with the performance that he demanded more routines like theirs in the future. He further added that the routine consisted of every technique that is usually seen in Samba.
While Brooke's performance impressed the judges, it failed to leave the same impact on the viewers. Many thought that the judges did not make the right decision of scoring Brooke's performance a perfect 10.
" That wasn't a 10 I thought she was of time in a few spots as well and I'm wondering what I'm missing that the judges are so fangirling," wrote one fan. Another added, "I am sorry but that was not a perfect score dance. That was not at all close to perfection. Let’s judge on dancing and not on who the person is."
Some people were slowly losing their patience with the show as one comment read, "Please stop. It's annoying. Judges need to stop overscoring her and saving her phony butt every time she's bottom two."
However, many people supported Brooke and were impressed with the progress she had showcased on the show. However, will this be enough to save her from being in the bottom two?
'Dancing With The Stars' airs on Mondays at 8 pm on ABC.