Category: ballroom dancing

Performed by: Romola Garai and Diego Luna

Performed by: Romola Garai and Diego Luna

Number: “Do You Only Want to Dance”

Choreography: JoAnn Fregalette Jansen

Style: Salsa

From: Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004)

diaryofabrokegirl:Yule Ball Waltz.

diaryofabrokegirl:

Yule Ball

Waltz.

Performed by: Tiffany Maher and Benji Schwimme…

Performed by: Tiffany Maher and Benji Schwimmer

Number: “What I Like About You”

Choreography: Jean-Marc Genereux

Style: Jive

From: So You Think You Can Dance, Season 9 (2012)

Performed by: Jana Kramer and Gleb Savchenko

Performed by: Jana Kramer and Gleb Savchenko

Number: “Dangerous Woman”

Choreography: Gleb Savchenko

Style: Viennese Waltz

From: Dancing with the Stars, Season 23 (2016)

Performed by: Artur Adamski and Magda Fialek

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Performed by: Artur Adamski and Magda Fialek

Number: “Fall in Line”

Style: Paso Doble

From: Instagram post by @magdafialek (2018)

Performed by: Chelsie Hightower and Damian Whi…

Performed by: Chelsie Hightower and Damian Whitewood

Number: “In the Mood”

Style: East Coast Swing

From: Shall We Dance on Ice (2016)

Performed by: Courtney Galiano and Gev Manouki…

Performed by: Courtney Galiano and Gev Manoukian

Number: “Don’t Stop the Music”

Choreography: Anya Garnis and Pasha Kovalev

Style: Cha Cha

From: So You Think You Can Dance, Season 4 (2008)

Performed by: Nyle DiMarco and Peta Murgatroyd

Performed by: Nyle DiMarco and Peta Murgatroyd

Number: “Unsteady”

Choreography: Peta Murgatroyd

Style: Argentine Tango

From: Dancing with the Stars, Season 22 (2016)

Performed by: Jared Murillo and Lacey Schwimme…

Performed by: Jared Murillo and Lacey Schwimmer

Number: “California Dreamin’”

Style: Rumba

From: “Jared Murillo & Lacey Schwimmer – Rumba” (2011)

Performed by: Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers

Performed by: Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers

Number: “The Way You Look Tonight/Never Gonna Dance”

Choreography: Hermes Pan

Style: Fred and Ginger are always undefinable, yet always exquisitely distinctive

From: Swing Time (1936)