On Monday night's Dancing with the Stars, contestants were tasked with reenacting a portion of their live through dance.
Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater - We don't know how you could even grade this dance given that it was so touching, so heartfelt, and lovely from start to finish.
Normani and Val took the stage with a rumba, recalling the year 2012 when the world learned her name. It's a time for the stars to tell us their story, pro partners to awkwardly sit next to crying adults, and also, there's a lot of tender face touching.
"There's nothing special about me, I'm just in a unique position", Jennings said of the praise. Girl can saaaang. The judges are all appropriately moved by Mr. T's story, and he earns his best score of the season.
Biles, who's been open about her experience with the foster care system throughout her journey to 2016 Summer Olympics, broke down in tears in a pre-show clip ahead of her performance on Monday night. "I'll miss him every day".
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His rejection of a shot by a driving Nigel Williams-Goss led to a decisive fastbreak dunk by Justin Jackson with 12 seconds left. With 53 seconds left there was a scramble for the rebound of a missed 3-pointer by Joel Berry II of North Carolina.
Simone Biles' story became well-known during her meteoric rise during the Olympics a year ago.
"I can't dance, but I was dancing to give my share of the purse to St. Jude and Shriners Hospitals", he explained.
"The first time that you go in and they tell you, 'Oh there's no heartbeat, ' it's devastating", Kerrigan says of suffering "at least" six miscarriages in the years after giving birth to Matthew. And the Cubs also showed they're still living charmed lives, dramatically beating the Dodgers 3-2 on Anthony Rizzo's walk-off hit.
After undergoing in vitro fertilization treatment (IVF), Kerrigan finally welcomed Brian in 2005. The pair danced a cha cha in memory of the year 2015, when Heather got married to her high school sweetheart Taylor. Bruno Tonioli told him that he still has "the vitality of a spring chicken ... but you can not jump on the Viennese waltz, it has to float". "If you let me get to that guy who put "booted" up there (on the screen), I'll cut my hair off". More than that, he just seems to be just an ordinary, relatable dude who managed to make his dreams come true. As Michael Strahan mentioned on Good Morning America, Dancing Fools' elimination was met by loud boos from the audience, followed by a standing ovation for the eliminated team.