[08:10] Derek Hough poses with his outstanding choreography award for 'Dancing with the Stars'
Derek Hough poses with his outstanding choreography award for "Dancing with the Stars" that he won along with Julianne Hough and Tessandra Chavez, backstage at the 2015 Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, California September 12, 2015. Reuters/Danny Moloshok

As “Dancing With The Stars” Season 21 moves on to Week 4, it will be the “Most Memorable Year” themed episode on Monday. Ten couples will dance to a song of the celebrity’s choice that tells about a memorable time or a truly incredible experience in their lives.

“These heartfelt performances promise to showcase some of the most exciting choreography and emotionally powerful routines of the season yet," ABC’s press release said. The viewers can expect to see Nick Carter dancing to a Backstreet Boys hit song, while actor Gary Busey would pay homage to Buddy Holly, said the channel, adding that Bindi Irwin will also honour her father through her dance routine.

In another major development, French train hero Alek Skarlatos, who is a celebrity contestant on DWTS Season 21, left rehearsals to be with friends and family in his hometown of Roseburg on Thursday, Fox News reported. The Legion of Honour award winner is an ex-student at Umpqua Community College, where a gunman killed at least ten people on Thursday. There is no information of whether he will be back in Los Angeles to perform his routine on Monday.

Let us look at who will dance what on Week 4 of DWTS (Spoiler Alert):

Alek Skarlatos & Lindsay Arnold – “Wake Me Up” by Avicii f. Aloe Blacc

Alexa Pena Vega & Mark Ballas – “Mama Said” by The Shirelles

Andy Grammer & Allison Holker – “Good to be Alive” by Andy Grammer

Bindi Irwin & Derek Hough – “Every Breath You Take” by Aaron Krause f. Liza Anne

Carlos Pena Vega & Witney Carson – “Amazing Grace” by Ray Chew Live

Gary Busey & Anna Trebunskaya – “That’ll Be the Day” by Buddy Holly

Hayes Grier & Emma Slater – “Stitches” by Shawn Mendes

Nick Carter & Sharna Burgess – “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” by Backstreet Boys

Paula Deen & Louis van Amstel – “Respect” by Aretha Franklin

Tamar Braxton & Valentin Chmerkovskiy – “King” by Tamar Braxton

In Week 3, celebrity contestant Kim Zolciak-Biermann was sent home. The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star, who had a mini-stroke on Sept. 23, had to withdraw from the competition. Her doctor said that she was not fit to fly back to Los Angeles.

Unfortunately, Kim and her pro partner Tony Dovolani were given the boot, as host Tom Bergeron announced that they were eliminated from the competition, US Weekly reported. According to the show rules, if a contestant skips an episode, he or she is automatically eliminated. Dovolani eventually went ahead with his dance routine along with fellow pro, Jenna Johnson.

On Tuesday’s episode, Paula Deen and pro Louis van Amstel, and Andy Grammer and pro Allison Holker were in jeopardy. They have not been eliminated and their scores will carry over to Week 4’s show.

Alexa PenaVega and her pro Mark Ballas danced jazz to “Breaking Bad." The pair walked away with the biggest score of the night with 36 out of 40 points. Nick and Sharna were tied with Alexa and Mark. They did the Viennese waltz to “Downtown Abbey” number. The former Backstreet Boys star danced with grace, elegance and class to score 36 points.

Also, according to Wetpaint, Oct. 12 (Week 5) will be “Switch Up,” where each celebrity and pro will switch their partners. Voting will be open to the viewers on Twitter till Monday at 11:59 p.m., ET. To vote, viewers must tweet using #DWTS, followed by the first name of the celebrity and the first name of the professional dancer. There is no limit on the number of votes one person can cast.

“Dancing With the Stars” Season 21 airs at 8 p.m. on ABC on Monday and 9 p.m. on Tuesday.

[Source: YouTube/Dancing With The Stars Show]

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