DWTS Fans React after 'Disney Night' Episode Ends with No Member of the Cast Being Eliminated

Week 5 of “Dancing With The Stars” has left fans divided as once again no couple goes home.

Monday’s episode of season 28 of “Dancing with the Stars,” which was the iconic Disney Night, left fans in shock.

The night saw the remaining nine stars perform to hit Disney musicals from “The Lion King,” “Aladdin,” “Toy Story,” and “Mary Poppins.”

“Same old same, this show needs a do-over"

At the end of the live performance, the show’s hosts, Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews, announced that no contestant as going home, as reported by Parade.

While the organizers of the show mighty have believed that they were doing fans of the show some favor. It seemed not everyone felt that way.

On social media, fans were divided about the decision to preserve all nine stars for week six. One user was excited about the news and the fact that Kate Flannery will be on for the next week. 

Another excited netizen wrote:

“So glad everyone is safe tonight! Have a great rest of your Monday night, folks! See you next Monday night as we see an elimination!”

However, another fan thought it was “ridiculous that the show chooses to “only eliminate pairs every other week.”

A bored fan lashed out:

“Same old same, this show needs a do-over. It lost the meaning of what dancing and the right music means.”

This user didn’t seem to have a problem with anyone but judge Len Goodman and accused him of having an inconsistent judgment.

The fan advised that he leave the show as “he is too grumpy” and felt it was unfair that Christie Brinkley had a replacement, and Ray Lewis didn’t.

One fan suggested that the absence of elimination will lead to a double elimination for the potential Halloween Night.

It wasn’t surprising that the judges and audience put off eliminating any contestant as PopCulture reports that Disney Night saw noticeable high scores from judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli, and Len. 

According to TV Line, the best performance of the night was Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber’s routine to “Beauty and the Beast.” The snatched a whopping 27 out of 30.

The runner up was Kel Mitchell and Whitney Carson’s jazz performance to “High School Musical,” scoring 26 out of 30. 

Even the former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer earned his highest score ever, 19 over 30.

The special night was also emotional for the contestant, and PEOPLE notes that many stars made tearful tributes to their loved ones with their performances.

indsay Arnold and Sean Spicer pose for a photo after the "Dancing With The Stars" Season 28 show at CBS Televison City. | Photo: Getty Images

indsay Arnold and Sean Spicer pose for a photo after the "Dancing With The Stars" Season 28 show at CBS Televison City. | Photo: Getty Images

With all nine stars saved, next week is bound to be super heated!

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