The remaining celebrities and dance pros in “Dancing With The Stars” presented more routines during the previous episode of the show dubbed the “Guilty Pleasures Night.” Their dance performances were choreographed according to themes about guilty pleasures like romantic books and boy bands, Vulture reported.

YouTube violinist Lindsey Stirling and her partner Mark Ballas showcased the guilty pleasure of wearing pajamas during their routine. There was an upright bed that was used as a prop during their performance.

Both Stirling and Ballas wore matching yellow pajamas as they danced the jive to the beat of “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” by Wham!

The YouTube sensation left her hair tied in a messy style. They earned the highest score during the episode.

Meanwhile, Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson’s samba performance had a touch of pop music. They danced to the beat of “It’s Gonna Be Me” by popular boy band NSYNC.

Featuring their guilty pleasure for bands, the two wore matching outfits of blue with Muniz wearing silver accessories around his neck. He also had a very short routine as a boyband frontman along with backup dancers.

Alan Bersten’s return

Alan Bersten was eliminated during the second week of “Dancing With The Stars” after earning one of the lowest scores with his celebrity partner Debbie Gibson. But in the recent episode of the show, he returned and danced with Vanessa Lachey.

The two performed jazz to Cyndi Lauper’s “Girls Just Want To Have Fun.” Bersten changed outfits as a personal assistant and a waiter to his dance partner.

Lachey was originally paired with Maksim Chmerkovskiy but the latter was absent during the episode. The reason for his absence was not revealed in the news, but it has been reported that the two were not in good terms, by US Weekly.

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Tribute to Las Vegas mass shooting

The third-week episode of “Dancing With The Stars” was a tribute show after the Las Vegas mass shooting incident that happened on October 1. At least 58 people were killed and more than 500 were injured after the suspect opened fire and shot at the audience of a country music festival held in the city.

The gunman, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock opened fire from the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay hotel, which was located near the area of the concert event. Afterwards, he was found dead inside the hotel room.

“There’s an old saying that the show must go on and it will,” host Tom Bergeron said at the beginning of the show. He added that the entire production team is sending their “love, thoughts and prayers” to those affected by the “senseless violence” in Las Vegas.