"Dancing with the Stars" had a big night on Nov. 4, with the spotlight on Cher. Not only was the diva in the house, but she sat at the "DWTS" judges' table in place of Len Goodman. The Brit, a regular on the panel, had other obligations on Monday.
But that's OK. Not only was Cher a great guest arbiter as she sat alongside Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba, but the legendary singer also was a great crooner. In fact, she took the ABC talent show by storm when she sang her anthem called "Believe" at the top of the show.
In addition, the show featured a number of Cher's hits when the contestants and the ballroom pros took to the floor boards.
For instance, Leah Remini and Tony Dovolani did their Viennese waltz to the big Sonny and Cher hit, "I Got You Babe." Meanwhile Jack Osbourne and Cheryl Burke did their tantalizing tango to the duos' anthem called "The Beat Goes On."
This week, each couple left dancing in the "Dancing with the Stars" competition hit the ballroom floor twice to offer two dances, one full-length solo and another solo as part of the dance-off. Both would earn scores that would either help each stay on the show or leave when everyone had finished performing.
Corbin Bleu and Karina Smirnoff did the cha cha, and earned the highest score of the evening, a total of 29 points out of 30. Amber Riley and Derek Hough also did well and almost clinched their chances to stay on the small screen on "DWTS" with their winning rhumba. The two danced to the strains of the familiar "Turn Back Time" for which the duo earned a total of 28 points.
After that, Cher returned to the stage to sing "I Hope You Find It," a crowd-pleaser. However, after that performance and a fierce dance-off, it was time to find out the "Dancing with the Stars" results, which made some of the crowd mad, not pleased.
And so, who was voted off 'DWTS' when Cher judged? That would be Brant Daugherty and Peta Murgatroyd.