Taylor Swift’s influence was celebrated on Dancing With the Stars with a “Taylor Swift Night” where the remaining couples performed to her biggest hits and wore Swift-inspired outfits. Even previously eliminated pros joined in with Swiftie-inspired looks. While some contestants were not as enthusiastic about Swift, others were thrilled to pay homage to the pop star.
“Dancing With the Stars embraced Taylor Swift’s impact with a “Taylor Swift Night,” where the remaining couples performed to her biggest hits and wore Swift-inspired outfits, even incorporating looks inspired by their favorite Swiftie era from previously eliminated contestants.”
Taylor Swift fever has taken over the nation, and even Dancing With the Stars has fallen under her spell. In a special event on Tuesday, November 21, the ballroom dance competition hosted “Taylor Swift Night,” featuring the remaining couples performing to some of Swift’s biggest hits and donning outfits inspired by the pop star. With only six couples left in the competition, judges and viewers were eager to see how the dancers would interpret the iconic artist’s music and style.
The energy was high as the contestants, including Ariana Madix and Pasha Pashkov, Xochitl Gomez and Val Chmerkovskiy, Harry Jowsey and Rylee Arnold, Alyson Hannigan and Sasha Farber, Charity Lawson and Artem Chigvintsev, and Jason Mraz and Daniella Karagach, showcased their performances on “Taylor Swift Night.” Despite ABC exec Robert Mills’ playful claim that Swifties were responsible for Jowsey’s eventual elimination, the night was filled with excitement and enthusiasm as the pros and couples paid homage to the Grammy winner. Even the previously eliminated pros joined in on the fun, donning looks inspired by their favorite Swift eras.
A standout participant of the night was self-proclaimed Swift fan Alyson Hannigan, who, along with her fellow dancers, emulated Taylor Swift with their outfits. The event was a testament to Swift’s influence and the widespread adoration for her music and style.
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