Reality Round-Up: Standing ovations on DWTS and The Voice
On the “Today” show Scottish songbird Susan Boyle, who rocketed to fame on "Britain's Got Talent," stopped by to perform "The Winner Takes It All" from her new album "Standing Ovation.” This got us thinking about all the great standing ovations we see on shows like the one that made her famous.
On NBC's Dancing with the Stars, everyone stood at attention for a military-themed night with the remaining 7 couples trying to stave off double elimination by performing two dances. The twist in this week's show was the return of former DWTS pros. They joined the teams for Trio dances.
It was Melissa and Tony, dressed as World War II sailors, who brought the crowd to their feet with a quicksilver quick-step. The song was the World War II classic "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" and the duo smoked it with a perfect ten.
Melissa and Tony weren't done. They pulled another perfect 10 and standing ovations for their Paso Doble trio dance.
The cheers didn't stop on NBC's “The Voice” where the Top 12 singers performed live, with their fates in the hands of the home viewers.
It was Team Ceelo's Trevin Hunte who brought the house down and the people up with his rendition of "When a Man Loves a Woman."
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