DWTS Recap: “Most Memorable Year”

October 10, 2017

This week on Dancing With the Stars was definitely a unique one! All of the stars were asked to reflect on a year in their lives that was the most memorable, and then that became the theme for each routine. Frankie shared that his most memorable year so far is this one, 2017! He believes in the importance of living in the moment, and loving your present self, just as it is! He also shared that there are parts of his whirlwind childhood that he doesn’t quite remember, so he’s made the commitment to making each moment truly count, since it won’t last forever! Here’s to celebrating life!! 🙂

Our assigned dance this week was the Quickstep, and Frankie KILLED it! He came back after a little bit of a rough week last week, and showed up big time! The judges seemed to agree, because we scored 8’s across the board. BUT, as much as the judges might approve, we can’t advance in the competition without YOUR love and votes! Make sure you to get online and VOTE for team #FranneyPack after each episode! Not only is Frankie improving immensely as a dancer, but he’s loving every second of this adventure, and really wants to keep dancing!

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Watch our dance below!

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  • Best, Isabella October 16, 2017 at 6:31 pm

    Witney!!!! I’m so glad I found your blog! This is great. This dance had the coolest effects! Frankie is so great and I think you two really have a chance at winning the mirror ball this season. I can’t wait to watch tonight’s Disney night performance – I have been writing short recaps of the show on my own blog because none of my friends watch the show (unfortunately) so I just pretend the vast internet is my friend watching with me. I’ve been voting for you two every week! Can’t wait to read more of your blog.

  • Daniela December 3, 2017 at 10:02 pm

    The Memorable Year is one of my favorites to watch! Because it’s all about everyone’s personal life that we don’t know about. I learned so much about Frankie. When he said he doesn’t have a great memory in some areas such as his childhood and others. I have the same issues- just in a different circumstances. Now that I know I’m not alone. Thank you for sharing your story, Frankie! <3 And it was beautiful dance.