'DWTS' Disney Night: Fans thank Len Goodman for saving Kenya Moore from elimination

'Thank you Len for saving Kenya!! they trying to dethrone the queen and it ain’t work,' tweeted a fan


                            'DWTS' Disney Night: Fans thank Len Goodman for saving Kenya Moore from elimination
Len Goodman (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images) and Kenya Moore (Instagram/dancingabc)

For the stars on 'Dancing With The Stars' the pressure is certainly piling on. With a double elimination on 'Disney Villains Night,' each of the celebrities was all set to unleash their inner villains in the hope of staying safe. However, for Kenya Moore, who opened up about her divorce, she was ready to go over to the dark side and be a 'dangerous woman' once again. 

Kenya Moore and pro Brandon Armstrong danced the Viennese Waltz to 'Dangerous Woman' by Ariana Grande inspired by 'Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs', where she played the Evil Queen. Previously, she's taken on the role of Moana, during 'Disney Heroes Night'. 

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Len Goodman noted that it was a good performance. To Derek Hough, Moore was sultry, sensual, and seductive and he encouraged her to own her fierceness.  
Carrie Ann Inaba was impressed by how she maintained her center throughout and felt this was her best performance yet. Bruno Tonioli exclaimed that even though she played the evil queen, no mirror could do justice to her beauty. Moore clocked in a score of 30 out of 40 and combined with her 'Disney Heroes Night' performance, she had a grand total of 59 out of 80. 

Despite her consistency with positive critique, Moore found herself at the bottom yet again, alongside Brian Austin Green and Matt James. With Green being sent home, the judges had to pick between Moore and James. Although James won Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba's vote, Moore got Derek Hough's vote. The decision came down to Len Goodman, who picked Moore. 

Fans seemed to be coming around, seeing that Len Goodman's vote is ultimately the one that saved Moore. "Thank you Len for saving Kenya!! they trying to dethrone the queen and it ain’t work #dwts #Kenya #RHOA" tweeted a fan. "I take back everything I said about Len!!! Thank you for saving Kenya!!! #DWTS #RHOA" agreed another. 
"Omg Len was going to send home Kenya home last week so I'm completely (pleasantly) surprised that he saved her & Brandon #DWTS" added another.
"Finally Len got something right!!! There's NO WAY Matt should've stayed over Kenya. You don't have to be a fan of @KenyaMoore to see that she was WAY better than Matt #DancingWiththeStars #dwts #dwts30" tweeted a fan. "Len saving Kenya, yeah that old man is alright with me  #DWTS" agreed a fan.



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

However, what seemed to confuse fans was the voting process between the bottom two. Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba both picked Matt James and seeing that Derek Hough picked Kenya Moore, the vote should've been in favor of James. "so the bachelor dude was in 2-1, but then len voted and basically tied but kenya ends up winning? #dwts logic got me " tweeted a fan. "Ok…that made zero sense…Lens vote was pointless. Lindsey and Matt had 2 votes and Brandon and Kenya had 1…I don’t get it… #dwts someone please explain. Cuz I felt like that was unnecessary." agreed another. 



 

 



 

 

To break it down, Goodman is the head judge. Therefore, unless all three of their votes were unanimous, Goodman would be allowed to cast his vote, which is the final call. Seeing that two of them voted for James and one for Moore, Goodman weighed in with his vote for Moore, tying them both at two votes each. However, Goodman's choice is final, and thus Moore advanced further, while James was sent home packing. 

Watch a tribute to the movie 'Grease' on 'Dancing With The Stars' on Monday at 8/7c on ABC. You can also stream the episodes on abc.com and Hulu.

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