Sadie Robertson's Halloween Performance Earns Grave Scores on 'Dancing'

By Eric Scheiner | October 28, 2014 | 8:12am EDT

(CNSNews.com) - Sadie Robertson and dance partner Mark Ballas’ Halloween spooktacular performance earned them their gravest scores of the season on ABC's Dancing With The Stars.

Fog filled the stage last night as the duo danced a paso doble on a graveyard set to the Kongos "Come With Me Now".

At the end of the dance the Duck Dynasty star faced a scare from the judges, as Sadie and Mark earned their lowest scores to date.

“People are not going to like this obviously, but I found the movement style you were doing to be very up when the paso, most of the paso has to do with the character that you’re portraying,” judge Carrie Ann Inaba said.

"I think it was hard because the character Mark chose for you was scared and demure. I wanted to see much more power and strength."

Judge Len Goodman said, "The theme of the whole thing got in the way of the dance for me.”

“Love the story, just work a little bit on the shaping,” judge Bruno Tonioloi added.

The dance received a pair of 7’s and a pair of 8’s earning a 30 out of 40.

Sadie Robertson (via Twitter)

 

Despite the score Sadie claims she enjoyed the graveyard dance tweeting, “The judges may not have liked it but I LOVED tonight’s zombie dance…Maybe because I love walking dead.”

 

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