Dancing With The Stars Season 32: Who has been eliminated?
Here is a full list of every couple that has been eliminated from the star-studded Season 32 of Dancing With The Stars.
From reality TV stars to award-winning actresses to athletes, Season 32 of Dancing with the Stars has a stellar cast of celebrities looking to win the coveted mirror ball trophy.
With the winner’s list of the popular dance series, including Nicole Scherzinger from The Pussycat Dolls, actress Amber Riley, and Steve Irwin’s daughter Bindi Irwin, it truly is anyone’s game.
But all good performances must come to an end. Dancing with the Stars eliminates a couple from the competition at the end of each episode. Here’s the list of all the pairs that have had to say goodbye.
Dancing With The Stars Season 32: Who’s been eliminated?
Night 1-Matt Walsh and Koko Iwasaki
The Emmy-winning actor and his partner Koko were the first couple to go after receiving a low score of 12.
The two danced the cha-cha to the song Poison by Bell Biv Devoe. Granted, the actor did not have as much time as the other contestants to practice after temporarily staying away from the season to comply with the SAG-AFTRA strike. But, even though his journey on the show was cut short, he had the opportunity to show off his dance skills.
Night 2-Jaimee Lynn Spears and Alan Bersten
Arguably one of the most recognizable stars from this season’s lineup, Jaimee was shockingly eliminated after only receiving a score of 16 from the three judges on Latin Night. She and her partner’s song of choice was Shake Senora by Pitbull, T-Pain, and Sean Paul.
Weirdly enough, the actress didn’t even receive the lowest score of the night. Mauricio and Emma received a 12, but the judges ultimately saved them from elimination.
Night 3 – Tyson Beckford and Jenna Johnson
Ralph Lauren Polo model Tyson Beckford and partner Jenna Johnson were eliminated during the third week. They scored 20 out of 40 on Motown Night after dancing to Stevie Wonder’s “Master Blaster (Jammin’).”
“It’s been good, I learned a lot of things that I can take into the real world, so I had a good time,” Beckford said.
Night 4 – Adrian Peterson and Britt Stewart
Judges voted off NFL running back Adrian Peterson during Disney night on October 17. Peterson and his partner, Britt Stewart, danced the Viennese Waltz to “Baby Mine” from the 1941 film Dumbo.
However, they failed to impress the judges and scored 21 out of 30.
Night 5 – Mira Sorvino and Gleb Savchenko
Judges eliminated Mira Sorvino on the “Most Memorable Year” night, which paid tribute to the late Len Goodman.
Sorvino and partner Gleb Savchenko performed a contemporary version of Cyndi Lauper’s “Time after Time.” They ended up scoring 22 out of 30 possible points, putting themselves in eighth place.
Night 6 – Mauricio Umansky and Emma Slater
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Mauricio Umansky went home on October 31’s “Monster Night.” He and his dancing partner Emma Slater performed the Argentine tango to Rockwell’s “Somebody’s Watching Me.”
Their performance earned a 31 out of 40 possible points from the judges, landing them at the bottom with Harry Jowsey and Lindsay Arnold.
Night 7 – Lele Pons and Brandon Armstrong
November 7’s “Music Video Night” resulted in the eliminating of social media star LeLe Pons and partner Brandon Armstrong. The pair danced the salsa to Shakira’s “Wherever, Whenever,” receiving 33 out of 40 possible points.
After the elimination, many fans and even contestants believed LeLe did not deserve to go home following her performance.
Night 8- Barry Williams and Peta Murgatroyd
Arguably the fan favorite of the series, Barry was unfortunately eliminated on Whitney Houston night after receiving a low score for their low-scored rumba to her hit song “Didn’t We Almost Have It All”.
Night 9- Harry Jowsey and Rylee Arnold
On Taylor Swift Night, the Too Hot To Handle alum was eliminated from the competition and viewers were quick to share their excitement about the decision. The pair performed the Folklore song August in the form of a Rumba.
Season 32 of the show airs every Tuesday night on both ABC and Disney+.