VIOLETT BEANE

Violett Beane was born on May 18, 1996 in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA. She is an actress, known for The Flash (2014), The Leftovers (2014) and Tower (2016).

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Filmography

Actress (8 credits)
 2018 Truth or Dare (post-production)
Markie Cameron
 2017 Flay
Bethany
 2017 The Resident (TV Series)
Lily Kendall

Episode #1.1 (2017) … Lily Kendall
 2016 Chicago P.D. (TV Series)
Maya Collins

Some Friend (2016) … Maya Collins
 2016/I Slash
Lindsay
 2016 Tower (Documentary)
Claire Wilson
 2015 The Leftovers (TV Series)
Taylor

I Live Here Now (2015) … Taylor
Ten Thirteen (2015) … Taylor
Lens (2015) … Taylor
A Matter of Geography (2015) … Taylor
Axis Mundi (2015) … Taylor
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 2016-2017 Kingdom Geek (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Violett Beane (2017) … Herself – Guest
Violett Beane (2016) … Herself – Guest
 2017 Noches con Platanito (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

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Jessica Mulroney

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Jessica Mulroney

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Jessica Mulroney
Ben and Jessica Mulroney at a Canadian Film Centre Gala in 2012.

Ben and Jessica Mulroney at a Canadian Film Centre Gala in 2012.
Born 1980 (age 36–37)
Nationality Canada
Occupation PR and marketing consultant. Fashion and Bridal expert for several television programs

Jessica Mulroney is a Canadian fashion stylist.[1][2] In November 2015 Mulroney styled ensembles for Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau, the wife of the incoming Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau.

Mulroney is a graduate of McGill University.[3] She is a descendant of the founders of Browns shoes and niece of well known Montreal personality Bill Brownstein, a writer for the Montreal Gazette.[4].

Mulroney and her sisters-in-law Caroline Mulroney Lapham, Katy Mulroney and Vanessa Mulroney co-founded a charity called The Shoebox Project.[5][6] The project’s goal is to provide makeup to women living in shelters. Donors are asked to fill a shoebox with approximately $50 worth of cosmetics and toiletries.

Mulroney, formerly Jessica Brownstein, married Ben Mulroney on October 30, 2008.[7] Mulroney is the oldest son, and second oldest child, of Brian and Mila Mulroney. Jessica Mulroney is Jewish. The couple has three children.[3]

Both Maclean’s magazine, and Chatelaine magazine, have interviewed Mulroney about the Canadian marketing rights she and her sister Elizabeth Brownstein acquired for the high-end lingerie lines la Perla and Cosabella.[8][9]

Jessica Mulroney is currently the publicist and stylist for Rachel Meghan Markle

HAILEY SOLE

Hailey Sole is a phenomenal young American actress from the hit TV series Criminal Minds, where she portrayed “Meg Callahan”. This young starlet also played “Amy” in the Netflix series Wet Hot American Summer: First Day Of Camp. Hailing from Dallas Texas, she caught the acting bug at the tender age of four. Her first role was on the hit TV show …

Filmography

 Actress (10 credits)
 2015 Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp (TV Series)
Amy

Staff Party (2015) … Amy
Electro/City (2015) … Amy
Auditions (2015) … Amy
Lunch (2015) … Amy
Campers Arrive (2015) … Amy
 2014-2015 Criminal Minds (TV Series)
Meg Callahan

The Hunt (2015) … Meg Callahan
Protection (2015) … Meg Callahan
Breath Play (2015) … Meg Callahan
Scream (2015) … Meg Callahan
 2013 Franklin & Bash (TV Series)
Tess

Gone in a Flash (2013) … Tess
Freck (2013) … Tess
 2012 Parks and Recreation (TV Series)
Tina

How a Bill Becomes a Law (2012) … Tina (as Hailey C. Sole)
 2012 Harry’s Law (TV Series)
Natalie Drake

Les Horribles (2012) … Natalie Drake
 2011 The Middle (TV Series)
Girl

Halloween II (2011) … Girl
 2010 Ghost Whisperer: The Other Side (TV Series)
Daisy Tyler

Episode #4.8 (2010) … Daisy Tyler
Episode #4.7 (2010) … Daisy Tyler
Episode #4.6 (2010) … Daisy Tyler
Episode #4.5 (2010) … Daisy Tyler
Episode #4.4 (2010) … Daisy Tyler
 2009 Ghost Whisperer (TV Series)
Faceless Child

The Book of Changes (2009) … Faceless Child
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 2015 Home & Family (TV Series)
Herself

Byron Mann/Hailey Sole (2015) … Herself

KENDRA BENWARD

Kenda Benward is known for her work on The Second Chance (2006), The Song (2014) and Bedlam (2002).

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Hide Hide Show Show Actress (14 credits)
 2016 Roommates (TV Series)
Kenda

Five Guys and a Prank (2016) … Kenda
 2015 The Last Words (Short)
Lori
 2014/I The Song
Bethany King
 2014 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Claire Connor

Uninvited (2014) … Claire Connor
 2014 Acts of God
Rita
 2014 Cloud 9 (TV Movie)
Madeline
 2011 The Nothing
Denise
 2009 Dadnapped (TV Movie)
Suzie
 2008 Dog Gone
Mom
 2007/I Adrenaline
Lisa Thompson
 2006 The Second Chance
Valerie
 2003 Once Upon a Time (Short)
 2002 Bedlam (Short)
Tori

MARIKYM HERVIEUX

Marikym Hervieux is an actress, known for Le cas Roberge (2008), Les Jaunes (2014) and Lance et compte: La déchirure (2012).

Filmography

 ShowActress (6 credits)
 2014 Les Jaunes
Soldier’s wife (1945)
 2013 Les Jaunes (TV Series)
Soldier’s wife

Le laboratoire perdu (2013) … Soldier’s wife
 2012 Lance et compte: La déchirure (TV Series)
France Malboeuf

Episode #1.10 (2012) … France Malboeuf
Episode #1.7 (2012) … France Malboeuf
Episode #1.6 (2012) … France Malboeuf
Episode #1.5 (2012) … France Malboeuf
Episode #1.3 (2012) … France Malboeuf
 2012 Being Human (TV Series)
Female Blood Whore #1 / Female Blood Whore

Mama Said There’d Be Decades Like These (2012) … Female Blood Whore #1
Addicted to Love (2012) … Female Blood Whore
 2008 Le cas Roberge
Julie
 2005 Entourage (TV Series)
Ima

An Offer Refused (2005) … Ima

Chloë Annett

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Chloë Annett

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Chloë Annett
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Born Chloë Victoria Annett
(1971-07-25) 25 July 1971 (age 46)
Years active 1990–present
Spouse(s) Alec McKinlay (m. 2000)

Chloë Victoria Annett (born 25 July 1971) is an English actress, best known for her role in series 7 and 8 of the British sitcom Red Dwarf.

Biography[edit]

Early life and family[edit]

Annett was born and brought up in East Finchley in London, where she attended Mountview Theatre School. Originally, she was going to attend an art school but she went along with one of her friends who had an audition and got in. She reports that her parents were supportive of her career change and really encouraged her.

Her father is director Paul Annett, who has directed a large number of episodes of the British soap opera EastEnders. Annett’s father also directed some episodes of children’s drama series Byker Grove, in some of which Annett appeared. Her brother, Jamie Annett, has also directed EastEnders. Her mother is actress and voice expert Margo Annett, author of An Actor’s Guide to Auditions and Interviews, who works closely with Thelma Holt and the Cameron Mackintosh foundation. She is married to Alec McKinlay, the manager for the pop groups Oasis and Crowded House.

Television[edit]

Annett has spent time in America, where she had a part in the 1992 TV miniseries Jewels. Back in Britain, most of her roles were “bit parts”, although she played the starring role of Holly Turner in Crime Traveller in 1997 alongside Michael French, who played Jeff Slade. In 1992, she played the part of Gertrude Winkworth in one episode of the Granada’s series Jeeves and Wooster, based on the novels of P.G. Wodehouse, in which Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry starred. She also played Angela Mortimer, the great-niece of Mrs Pumphrey and the love interest of Tristan Farnon, in one episode (“Hampered”) of All Creatures Great and Small.

Annett remains best known for taking over the role of Kristine Kochanski in the seventh and eighth series of the British science fiction comedy television series Red Dwarf, a role which she reprised in the final part of the 2009 special, Red Dwarf: Back to Earth.

She won Best Actress at the April 2011 London Independent Film Festival.[1][2]

Selected videography[edit]

Annett and Craig Charles aka Dave Lister from Red Dwarf

Year Title Role Notes
1990 Families Mina Sandaval
1990 Inspector Wexford: An Unkindness of Ravens Jane Gardner
1990 All Creatures Great and Small: Hampered Angela Mortimer
1991 Doctor at the Top Rebecca Stuart-Clark
1992 Spatz Donna Edwards
1992 Jeeves and Wooster: Bertie Takes Gussie’s Place at Deverill Hall Gertrude Winkworth
1992 Covington Cross: The Persecution Rachel
1992 Double X: The Name of the Game Sarah Clutten
1992 Jewels (aka Danielle Steel’s Jewels) Isabelle
1993 Yamada ga machi ni yatte kita (aka How to Speak Japanese) Mary Fitzgibbon
1994 Byker Grove Janey
1996 Cadfael: The Devil’s Novice Rosanna
1997 Space Cadets: Vulcans vs. Klingons Herself
1997 Crime Traveller Holly Turner
1997 Red Dwarf VII Kristine Kochanski
1998 Can’t Smeg Won’t Smeg Kristine Kochanski
1998 Universe Challenge Herself
1998 Red Dwarf A-Z Herself
1999 Red Dwarf VIII Kristine Kochanski
2000 Kiss Me Kate Sam Episode: The Party
2000 Pasty Faces Lena
2000 The Asylum Rose
2002 Doctors Joanna Hepworth Episode: Stealing Booty
2004 Casualty Lina Roles Episode: Passions and Convictions
2004 Comedy Connections: Red Dwarf Herself
2009 Red Dwarf: Back to Earth Herself/Kristine Kochanski
2010 Leila Leila
2012 Casualty April Halliwell Episode: Hero Syndrome
2014 Holby City Pat Lang Episode: No Apologies

JAMIE ANNETT

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Filmography

 (12 credits)
 1999-2017 Holby City (TV Series) (52 episodes)

How Loud It Is (2017)
The Price We Pay (2017)
 2015-2017 Hollyoaks (TV Series) (20 episodes)

Episode #1.4615 (2017)
Episode #1.4614 (2017)
Episode #1.4612 (2017)
Episode #1.4611 (2017)
Episode #1.4400 (2016)
 2015-2017 Casualty (TV Series) (4 episodes)

Back to School (2017)
Lie to Me (2016)
 2013-2014 Waterloo Road (TV Series) (6 episodes)

The Final Straw (2014)
Happy Ever After (2013)
Father Figure (2013)
Man of the Match (2013)
 2014 The Raven Club (Short)
 2013 Be Gentle (Short)
 2008-2009 The Bill (TV Series) (6 episodes)

Fall Out (2009)
Fools Rush In (2008)
 2005 Family Affairs (TV Series) (5 episodes)

Episode #1.2230 (2005)
Episode #1.2229 (2005)
Episode #1.2228 (2005)
Episode #1.2227 (2005)
Episode #1.2226 (2005)
 2002 Is Harry on the Boat? (TV Series) (3 episodes)

Episode #1.14 (2002)
Episode #1.7 (2002)
Episode #1.1 (2002)
 2001-2002 Where the Heart Is (TV Series) (5 episodes)

No Turning Back (2002)
The Team (2001)
Cats and Dogs (2001)
Pound of Flesh (2001)
 2001 London’s Burning (TV Series) (2 episodes)

Episode #13.8 (2001)
Episode #13.7 (2001)
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (2 credits)
 2013 Be Gentle (Short) (producer)
 2003-2004 EastEnders (TV Series) (producer – 28 episodes)

Episode dated 20 August 2004 (2004) … (producer)
Episode dated 19 August 2004 (2004) … (producer)
Episode dated 17 August 2004 (2004) … (producer)
Episode dated 16 August 2004 (2004) … (producer)
Episode dated 11 June 2004 (2004) … (producer)
Hide Hide Show Show Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (5 credits)
 1997 Jonathan Creek (TV Series) (second assistant director – 4 episodes)

The House of Monkeys (1997) … (second assistant director)
No Trace of Tracy (1997) … (second assistant director)
The Reconstituted Corpse (1997) … (second assistant director)
The Wrestler’s Tomb (1997) … (second assistant director)
 1994 Priest (second assistant director)
 1992 Blue Ice (second assistant director)
  Screen Two (TV Series) (second assistant director – 2 episodes, 1992) (assistant director – 1 episode, 1992)

Common Pursuit (1992) … (second assistant director)
My Sister-Wife (1992) … (assistant director)
Flea Bites (1992) … (second assistant director)
 1991 The Object of Beauty (second assistant director)
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (1 credit)
 2013 Be Gentle (Short) (writer)

Sharna Burgess

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Sharna Burgess

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Sharna Burgess
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Born Sharna May Burgess
(1985-06-21) 21 June 1985 (age 32)
Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Occupation Dancer
Choreographer
Years active 2000–present
Known for Dancing with the Stars US
Burn the Floor
Website sharnaburgess.com

Sharna May Burgess (born June 21, 1985)[1] is an Australian ballroom dancer who is best known for being a professional partner and troupe member on the ABC series Dancing with the Stars. She is a two time runner-up on the show.

Early life[edit]

Sharna Burgess was born in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales to Ray and Lucy Burgess.[2] Despite being a tomboy, Burgess found a love for dance. Growing up, she was involved in several sports and different styles of dance. At the age of five, she began training in ballet, jazz and gymnastics. When she turned eight, her study of ballroom began, and she went on to win many local and national titles. At age 15, she was chosen to represent Australia at the World Championships in both the Standard and Latin styles, and performed in the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games closing ceremony.[3]

Career[edit]

At age 18, Burgess moved to London, where she collected numerous titles and appeared in a UK tour with the show, Simply Ballroom.[4] Post Simply Ballroom, choreographer Jason Gilkison gave her a spot on tour with Burn the Floor. She was in the cast for six years. Burgess was a member of the Burn the Floor cast when the show moved to Broadway.[5]

Burgess’ first television appearances were on the Australian Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance in Belgium and the Netherlands. She joined the cast of season 13 of Dancing with the Stars as a troupe member.[6] While on the troupe, she also assisted So You Think You Can Dance choreographer Jason Gilkison on both the Australian and American versions of the show.[7] She remained on the troupe until the end of season 15. For season 16, Burgess was bumped to regular pro and was partnered with Andy Dick. She returned as a professional for season 17, this time partnered with retired NFL star Keyshawn Johnson. They were the first couple eliminated. For season 18, she was paired with Olympic ice dancer Charlie White. They were eliminated during week 9 (the semi-finals) and ended in 5th place despite raves from the judges and high scores throughout the season. Sharna was then confirmed for season 19 on August 27.[8] For season 19, she paired with talk-show host Tavis Smiley. They were eliminated on week 2, finishing in 12th place. For season 20, Burgess was paired with combat veteran and motivational speaker, Noah Galloway.[9] The pair made it to the finals and finished in third place. For season 21, she was paired with Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter.[10] The couple made it to the finals and ended in second place behind winners Bindi Irwin, and her partner Derek Hough. For season 22, she was paired with NFL player Antonio Brown. The couple made it to the semi-finals but were eliminated and finished in 4th place. For season 23, Burgess was partnered with race car driver James Hinchcliffe. Due to a knee injury from the previous week’s dress rehearsal, Burgess had to sit out during week 8-9. Jenna Johnson substituted for her as Hinchcliffe’s partner.[11] The couple made it to the finals, and finished in 2nd place behind winners Laurie Hernandez and her partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy. For season 24, Burgess was partnered with professional bull rider Bonner Bolton. The couple were eliminated on week 8, and finished in fifth place.

Season Partner Place
16 Andy Dick 7th
17 Keyshawn Johnson 12th
18 Charlie White 5th
19 Tavis Smiley 12th
20 Noah Galloway 3rd
21 Nick Carter 2nd
22 Antonio Brown 4th
23 James Hinchcliffe 2nd
24 Bonner Bolton 5th
25 TBA TBA

With celebrity partner: Andy Dick (average:19.3)[edit]

In an interview with Access Hollywood, Burgess admitted she knew nothing of Dick’s wild past, due to the fact that she was living out of the country.[12] Andy and Sharna continually received low scores and harsh criticisms from the judges. However, Burgess was praised for her work with him.[13]

With celebrity partner: Keyshawn Johnson (average: 17.5)[edit]

With celebrity partner: Charlie White (average: 27.0)[edit]

With celebrity partner: Tavis Smiley (average: 28.5)[edit]

With celebrity partner: Noah Galloway (average: 32.9)[edit]

With celebrity partner: Nick Carter (average: 27.2)[edit]

With celebrity partner: Antonio Brown (average: 24.7)[edit]

With celebrity partner: James Hinchcliffe (average: 36.6)[edit]

With celebrity partner: Bonner Bolton (average: 28.9)[edit]

Personal life[edit]

After her performance in the World Championships semi-finals, Burgess discovered she had a small tear in her knee ligament. Rather than take immediate action, she insisted on finishing the competition. She needed knee ligament reconstruction surgery because she ripped two ligaments in half and lost all the meniscus in one knee. She dated choreographer and dancer Paul Kirkland from 2010 to 2015.[16] Burgess also dances disco, club/freestyle, hip hop, jazz, and swing.[17]

Emma Slater

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Emma Slater

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Emma Slater
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Born Emma Louise Slater
(1988-12-25) 25 December 1988 (age 28)
Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
Occupation Professional dancer/choreographer
Years active 2006–present
Partner(s) Sasha Farber (2011–14; 2015–)[1]
Website www.emmaslater.com

Emma Louise Slater (born 25 December 1988) is an English professional dancer/choreographer. She is best known for her appearances on Dancing with the Stars.

Personal life[edit]

Emma Slater is from Tamworth in England, where at an early age she joined local stage schools taking part in numerous productions.[2] At the age of 10 Slater started her training in Ballroom and Latin American dance. In the early years of competing she won a number competitions in England.[3] At 15 she appeared in a George Michael music video ‘Round Here’ produced by Bikini Films on location in London England.[4] Later that year Slater took part in the fitness video ‘Latinasize’ again filmed at the Pinewood Studios in London England.[5] She dated fellow Dancing with the Stars member Sasha Farber from 2011 to 2014.[6] In December 2015, Farber made a post on his Instagram account confirming that he and Slater were back together. On 4 October 2016, Farber proposed to Slater during a broadcast of Dancing with the Stars. The two are now engaged.[7]

Competitive dancing[edit]

Slater has numerous titles to her name, notably in 2005 aged 16, she won the British Under 21 Latin American Championships at the Blackpool Closed 2005.[4][8] She won the 2006 United Kingdom Under 21 Latin American Championships at the Bournemouth Pavilions, England.[4][9] Ranked in the world’s top 10, Slater went on to represent the UK in competitions around the world.[10][11]

Theatre[edit]

At 16, Slater joined the hit theatre show ‘Simply Ballroom’ touring UK, including Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in London’s West End, United Arab Emirates and South Africa.[12][13] While in South Africa Slater appeared on Dancing with the South African Stars with her celebrity partner TV Host Dalen Lance.[14] Following Simply Ballroom, Slater had an extended run in London’s West End with theatre shows; Dirty Dancing at the Aldwych Theatre where she was the Principal Latin Dancer/Ballroom Supervisor, but also understudied and played the principal role of Lisa Houseman, ‘Cheek to Cheek’ at The Coliseum and ‘Latin Fever’ at the Peacock Theatre.[4]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 Simply Ballroom Principal Dancer UK & World Tour
2005 George Michael Music Video Feature Dancer Round Here
2006 Cuban Groove Dance Captain Europe Tour
2007 Dirty Dancing Principal Dancer Ballroom Supervisor Aldwych Theatre
2008 Cheek to Cheek Lead Latin/Ballroom Dancer DuBeke/Boag Coliseum Theatre
2008 Latin Fever Principal Dancer Bennett/Kopylova Peacock Theatre
2009–2011 Burn the Floor Lead Dancer London’s West End, Broadway and World Tour

In 2009 Slater joined the stage show Burn the Floor for the China tour initially but later joined the cast for an extended run at the Longacre Theatre on Broadway New York City and a world tour covering: Belgium, Holland, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Canada, New Zealand, West End London, a nine-month USA multi-city tour.[15] She also danced and advised on UK’s ITV Popstar to Opera Star on a number of occasions.[16]

Mamma Mia![edit]

In 2008, Slater was featured[clarification needed] in the Universal Pictures movie Mamma Mia! starring Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan and Colin Firth, directed by Phyllida Lloyd – this included singing on the Grammy nominated soundtrack for the movie with the cast, produced by ABBA.[17] The movie was shot in part on the Greek island of Skopelos but primarily inside Pinewood Studios London. The movie included cameo appearances from Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus from ABBA.

Dancing with the Stars[edit]

In March 2012, Slater joined the fourteenth season on the American edition of Dancing with the Stars as a troupe dancer, where she danced and choreographed all of the opening dance numbers including the finale. Later that year, she choreographed Usher at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas including partner work with co-choreographer and also troupe member, Sasha Farber.[18]

After three seasons of being a troupe member, she was announced as one of the new female professional dancers for the seventeenth season of the show in September 2013. Her celebrity partner was award-winning comedian, singer and actor, Bill Engvall.[17] Despite receiving low scores from the judges for most of the season, they were able to reach the finals but were eliminated at the end of the first night, landing them in 4th place. For season 18, she returned as a professional dancer partnered with movie actor Billy Dee Williams. Due to a back injury on Billy Dee, they withdrew from the competition on Week 3. For season 19, she was paired with race-car driver Michael Waltrip and they finished in 7th place. For season 20, she paired with LMFAO singer Redfoo but on week 2, they were the first couple eliminated.[19] [20] For season 21 she paired with Vine star Hayes Grier.[21] They were eliminated on Week 7 and finished in 8th place. Slater did not participate in Season 22 of the reality show.[22]

Slater returned for season 23 and was paired with former presidential candidate Rick Perry. They were eliminated on week 3 of competition and finished in 12th place. She returned for season 24 and was paired with NFL running back Rashad Jennings; Jennings and Slater won the competition on May 23, 2017, marking Slater’s first win.

  • Scores out of 40 are adjusted to be out of 30.
Season Partner Place Average
17 Bill Engvall 4th 22.5
18 Billy Dee Williams 10th 15.0
19 Michael Waltrip 7th 18.4
20 Redfoo 12th 20.0
21 Hayes Grier 8th 24.2
23 Rick Perry 12th 16.0
24 Rashad Jennings 1st 27.1
25 Drew Scott TBD TBD

Season 17: with celebrity partner: Bill Engvall (average: 22.5)[edit]

Week # Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Inaba Goodman Tonioli
1 Foxtrot / “Hot Stuff 6 6 6 No Elimination
2 Jive / “Crocodile Rock 7 7 7 Last to be called safe
3 Paso Doble / “William Tell Overture 8 8 8 Safe
4 Samba / “Cuban Pete” 7 7* 7 Safe
5 Viennese Waltz / “She’s Always a Woman 8 8 8 Safe
6 Tango / “Cheeseburger in Paradise
Switch-Up Challenge
8
Awarded
8
1
7
Point
No Elimination
7 Quickstep / “Viva Las Vegas
Team Freestyle “Bom Bom
8
9
7
9
8
9
Last To Be Called Safe
8 Disco / “Strong Enough
Dance Off / “Song for the Lonely
8
Lost
8*
The
8
Event
Safe
9
Quarter-Finals
Charleston / “Yakety Yak
Trio Challenge Salsa / “Candy
7
7
7
7
7
7
Last to be called Safe
10
Semi-Finals
Cha-cha-cha & Argentine Tango / “Sexy and I Know It 7
8
7
8
7*/7
8*/8
Last to be called Safe
11
Finals
Viennese Waltz / “She’s Always a Woman
Samba Relay / “No Scrubs
Freestyle / “The Raiders March
8
Awarded
8
8
2
9
8
Points
8
Eliminated
  • Former professional dancer and two-time champion, Julianne Hough became Goodman’s replacement as judge for that week, due to his commitments with the British version of the show, Strictly Come Dancing.
  • For week 8 singer Cher was the guest judge for Len.
  • For week 10 former pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy was a guest judge.

Season 18: with celebrity partner: Billy Dee Williams (average: 15.0)[edit]

Week # Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Inaba Goodman Tonioli
1 Cha-cha-cha / “Star Wars Theme 5 5 5 No Elimination
2 Tango / “Peter Gunn Theme 5 5 5 Safe
3 Waltz N/A N/A N/A Withdrew

Season 19: with celebrity partner: Michael Waltrip (average: 25.9)[edit]

Week # Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Inaba Goodman Hough Tonioli
1 Cha-cha-cha / “Born to Be Wild 7 6 6 6 Safe
2 Samba / “Girls in Bikinis” 6 6 6 6 Last to be called safe
3 Waltz / “(Everything I Do) I Do It for You 7 71 7 7 Safe
4 Quickstep / “Givin’ It Up for Your Love” 6 72 6 6 Last to be called safe
53 Disco / “Car Wash 5 54 5 5 No Elimination
6 Argentine Tango / “Give Me Everything 8 75 8 7 Safe
7 Jive / “The Devil Went Down to Georgia
Team Freestyle / “Black Widow
5
9
5
9
5
9
5
9
Safe
8 Foxtrot / “You’ll Be in My Heart
Rumba Dance-Off / “I’m Not the Only One
6
No
7
Extra
6
Points
6
Awarded
Eliminated

1Score given by guest judge Kevin Hart in place of Goodman.

2The American public scored the dance in place of Goodman with the averaged score being counted alongside the three other judges.

3This week only, for “Partner Switch-Up” week, Waltrip performed with Witney Carson instead of Slater. Slater performed with Tommy Chong.

4Score given by guest judge Jessie J in place of Goodman.

5Score given by guest judge Pitbull in place of Goodman.

Season 20: with celebrity partner: Redfoo (average: 26.5)[edit]

Week # Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Inaba Goodman Hough Tonioli
1 Cha-cha-cha / “Juicy Wiggle” 6 5 5 6 No Elimination
2 Jive / “My Sharona 8 7 8 8 Eliminated

Season 21: with celebrity partner: Hayes Grier (average: 24.2)[edit]

Week # Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Inaba Hough Tonioli
1 Cha-cha-cha / “Cheerleader 7 7 7 No Elimination
2 Foxtrot / “This Is How We Roll
Quickstep / “Are You Gonna Be My Girl
8
8
7
7
7
8
Safe
3 Jive / “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Theme” 7 81/7 8 Safe
4 Contemporary / “Stitches 9 9 9 Safe
52 Viennese Waltz / “Like I’m Gonna Lose You 8 8/73 7 No Elimination
6 Jazz / “You’re the One That I Want 8 8/84 8 Safe
7 Waltz / “Once Upon a Dream
Team Freestyle / “This Is Halloween
8
10
9
10
9
10
Eliminated

1 Score given by guest judge Alfonso Ribeiro.

2 This week only, for “Partner Switch-Up” week, Grier performed with Allison Holker instead of Slater. Slater performed with Alek Skarlatos.[23]

3 Score by guest judge Maksim Chmerkovskiy.

4 Score given by guest judge Olivia Newton-John.

Season 23: with celebrity partner: Rick Perry (average: 21.7)[edit]

Week # Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Inaba Goodman Hough Tonioli
1 Cha-cha-cha / “God Blessed Texas 5 5 5 5 No Elimination
2 Quickstep / “Green Acres Theme” 6 5 6 5 Safe
3[24] Paso Doble / “Tamacun” 6 5 6 6 Eliminated

Season 24: with celebrity partner Rashad Jennings (average: 36.1)[edit]

This season was Slater’s first ever win in the competition. This also makes her the first British person (both celebrity or professional dance partner) to win the show.

Week # Dance/Song Judges’ score Result
Inaba Goodman Hough Tonioli
1 Cha-cha-cha / “24K Magic 8 7 8 8 No Elimination
2 Viennese Waltz / “Suffer” 8 8 8 8 Safe
3 Samba / “Swalla 7 7 7 7 Safe
4 Contemporary / “Unconditionally 10 9 10 10 Safe
5 Foxtrot / “Evermore 7 8 9 8 Safe
6 Tango / “Reach Out I’ll Be There
Team Freestyle / “Dancing Machine“, “You Got It (The Right Stuff)” & “Best Song Ever
9
8
9
8
101
91
9
8
Safe
7 Paso Doble / “O Fortuna
Jive Dance-Off / “Gimme Some Lovin’
9
Awarded
9
2
102
Extra
9
Points
Safe
8 Jive / “Shake a Tail Feather
Trio Argentine Tango / “Dreams”
9
10
9
9
9
10
9
10
Last to be Called Safe
9
Semifinals
Rumba / “Say You Won’t Let Go
Quickstep / “Yes I Can”
9
10
9
9
10
10
10
10
Safe
10
Finals
Viennese Waltz / “Dark Times”
Freestyle / “Let’s Go” & “Uptown Funk
Cha-cha-cha & Tango Fusion / “I Don’t Like It, I Love It
10
10
10
10
10
9
10
10
10
10
10
10
Winner

1 Score given by guest judge Nick Carter.
2 Score given by guest judge Mandy Moore.