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But as the writers who’ve been published on Chipotle’s cups have shown us, and that upon interrogation, What was supposed to be a three hour tour . er a samba turned into a shipwreck To ward off the judges’ harshest comments Paula’s tiny grandsons rushed the stage and she held them in front of her like human shields In the face of such cuteness Julianne feebly suggested they were swept away by the characters and the theme Carrie Ann thought they captured the spirit of the show though which is good enough 20/40 Tamar Braxton and Valentin Chmerkovskiy: Tamar thinks that Val’s concept for a tango to the theme from Mad Men is a wee bit sexist She suggests that she be the big boss who Val has to charm for a raise (Kind of crushing on Tamar) But to be authentic to the 1960s theme Val gets in touch with his inner chauvinist and insists that he’s The Man The tango was sleek and sultry and Bruno Tonioli is on his feet before it ends to rave about it Carrie Ann dubs it “must see TV” and Alfonso calls her a frontrunner 33/40 Alexa PenaVega and Mark Ballas: The segment starts with Mark in an RV in the desert steaming costumes and looking for the good rhinestones and it’s clear he’s been dreaming of this moment for a long time In fact it’s actually a bit surprising that we haven’t seen a Breaking Bad themed dance on Dancing with the Stars before They hit the ballroom floor in yellow plastic jumpsuits and gas masks and deliver one of the more memorable routines of the showone of the routines worth watching even if you’re not a DWTS fan Carrie Ann called the jazz number “genius” and “gender non-specific” which seem to be equally complimentary Bruno said there was “nothing bad” about it Alfonso just tells her that she can win if she remembers that Mark is her partnerand her husband is not which is kind of a downer 36/40 Andy Grammer and Allison Holker: After the Breaking Bad routine doing a quick step to the theme song from American Bandstand almost seems like cutting corners It was fast-paced and flashy but sort of expected Alfonso gave Andy some very specific pointers about where to put his rear end which seems like a bold statement for a guest judge (Redfoo would never have dared) Carrie Ann thinks he’s still too in his head and isn’t connecting with Allison 29/40 Gary Busey and Anna Trebunskaya: Whichever producer decided to cast Gary as Gomez Addams deserves a MacArthur (although we all know Lurch would have been even more appropriate) Before they dance Gary promises their tango to The Addams Family will be nothing short of “perfection” and it’s not bad If they had cast him as Lurch the bar would have been appropriately lowered Carrie Ann thought there was a “newfound elegance” to his dancing and Bruno was impressed that Gary actually did tango Gary tells Erin Andrews that the difference was that he wasn’t wearing underwear 25/40 Alek Skarlatos and Lindsay Arnold: Lindsay points out that America hasn’t seen “the sexy side of Alek” yet and plans to change that with a tango to the True Blood theme To try and convince him that he is sexy she makes him flirt with all the lady dancers during rehearsal Like a good soldier he does what he’s told even though it’s all kinds of awkward Luckily his moves on the dance floor were smoother than his moves off of it Julianne thought his tango was “perfection” and credited Lindsay with being a great teacher 33/40 Kim Zolciak Biermann and Tony Dovolani: Kim is not hitting the dance floor tonight but she has a really good excuse: She just got out of the hospital after having a blood clot that caused a mini-stroke After all that she could not fly back to Los Angeles in time for the competition While Kim Skyped in to say that she’s feeling fine and could be back in the ballroom next week unfortunately according to the rules of the show if someone misses a round due to illness they must withdraw from the competition The crowd booed the decision but Tom Bergeron just shrugged it off and told everyone to take it up with the lawyers Bindi Irwin and Derek Hough: Bindi and Derek wanted to dance to the theme from The Jetsons but the lawyers couldn’t get the song cleared for them (The legal team is not going to be very popular this week) Instead Bindi and Derek must dance a quickstep to “Moving On Up” aka the theme song from The Jeffersons a show that Bindi has never seen because she is an Australian teenager Marla Gibbs who starred in the show sat on the sidelines and managed not to roll her eyes at the entire spectacle The judges thought it was a solid performance if not their strongest routine Derek however was impressed that Bindi could learn the entire routine in just two days 32/40 Nick Carter and Sharna Burgess: The BackStreet Boy gets classy with a Viennese Waltz set to the theme from Downton Abbey which apparently has both words and a name (“Did I Make the Most of Loving You”) It was a very refined routine and Julianne ever the fan girl managed to only giggle a little when she said it was the best routine of the night and dubbed Nick a leading man Alfonso continued to take his job as a guest judge very seriously telling Nick “Rehearsal is a marathon not a sprint” 36/40 Hayes Grier and Emma Slater: Resident tween Hayes was tasked with dancing a jive in on a half shell with his routine set to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme song He tapped into his turtle power for a fun routine that should get some serious action on social media Bruno tried to make a TMNT joke about Hayes transforming into a good performer but it’s pretty clear Bruno has never seen the show Carrie Ann didn’t like the mask which generated a lot of boos from the audience As Tom said “Get the shell out of here” 30/40 In Jeopardy: Based on last week’s votes and the judges scores Andy and Allison and Paula and Louis are in jeopardy Who Goes Home: No one Since Kim and Tony had to withdraw no one else is leaving this week That said their scores will roll over to the next week Contact us at editors@timecom By Emil Gjerding Nielson and Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Denmark said on Tuesday it suspected an Iranian government intelligence service had tried to carry out a plot to assassinate an Iranian Arab opposition figure on its soil The alleged plot which Denmark’s foreign minister said he believed the Iranian government was behind prompted the Nordic country to call for fresh European Union-wide sanctions against the Islamic Republic A Norwegian citizen of Iranian background was arrested in Sweden on Oct 21 in connection with the plot and extradited to neighbouring Denmark Swedish security police said The Norwegian has denied the charges and the Iranian government also denied any connection with the alleged plot The attack was meant to target the leader of the Danish branch of the Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Ahvaz (ASMLA) Danish intelligence chief Finn Borch Andersen said ASMLA seeks a separate state for ethnic Arabs in Iran’s oil-producing southwestern province of Khuzestan Arabs are a minority in Iran and some see themselves as under Persian occupation and want independence or autonomy "We are dealing with an Iranian intelligence agency planning an attack on Danish soil Obviously we can’t and won’t accept that" Andersen told a news conference Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi dismissed the accusations "This is a continuation of enemies’ plots to damage Iranian relations with Europe at this critical time" Tasnim news agency quoted him as saying The EU is trying to save big powers’ 2015 deal with Iran that curbed its nuclear activity in exchange for the lifting of international sanctions after the United States withdrew from the pact and reimposed far-flung financial penalties on Tehran Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen called the planned attack "totally unacceptable" and said British Prime Minister Theresa May had voiced her support for Denmark during a meeting in Olso Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen told a press conference he believed the Iranian government was behind the attempted attack CALL FOR EU SANCTIONS "In light of the latest development Denmark will now push for a discussion in the EU on the need for further sanctions against Iran" Samuelsen said Denmark’s ambassador in Tehran had been recalled for consultations Samuelsen added "We congratulate the government of Denmark on its arrest of an Iranian regime assassin" US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a tweet "We call on our allies and partners to confront the full range of Iran’s threats to peace and security" Andersen said the arrested Norwegian citizen had denied charges in court of helping a foreign intelligence service plot an assassination in Denmark On Sept 28 Danish police shut two major bridges to traffic and halted ferry services from Denmark to Sweden and Germany in a nationwide police operation to prevent a possible attack A few days earlier the Norwegian suspect had been observed photographing and watching the Danish home of the ASMLA leader police said In November 2017 Ahmad Mola Nissi an Iranian exile who established ASMLA was shot dead in the Netherlands The Danish security service then bolstered police protection of the ASMLA leader in Denmark and two associates Last month Iran summoned the envoys of the Netherlands Denmark and Britain over a Sept 22 shooting attack on a military parade in Khuzestan in which 25 people were killed Iran accused the three countries of harbouring Iranian opposition groups Another Arab opposition group the Ahwaz National Resistance and the Islamic State militant group both claimed responsibility for the parade attack though neither has provided conclusive evidence to back up their claim Last week diplomatic and security sources said France had expelled an Iranian diplomat over a failed plot to carry out a bomb attack on a rally in the Paris area by an exiled Iranian opposition group (Reporting by Emil Gjerding Nielson Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen and Teis Jensen with additional reporting by Stine Jacobsen and Terje Solsvik Bozorgmehr Sharafedin in London John Irish in Paris; Editing by Mark Heinrich) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed BAMAKO (Reuters) – Islamist militants raided the headquarters of an African military taskforce in central Mali on Friday opening fire with rockets and guns and attempting to infiltrate the base the defence ministry said At least two people were killed in the attack and the death toll could rise further a Mali security source said The attack was aimed at a compound in Sevare in central Mali used by the G5 Sahel a mission created last year to root out jihadist violence in West Africa’s semi-arid Sahel region ministry spokesman Boubacar Diallo told Reuters "The attackers fired rockets at the headquarters and some of them infiltrated the compound There was an exchange of fire" Diallo said The defence ministry said a car with explosives was also used in the attack Pictures from the seen by Reuters showed the twisted charred remains of a vehicle a crater and surrounding walls hit by projectiles A UN source in Sevare speaking on condition of anonymity said that the compound was also hit by a car bomb but that gunfire had died down by mid-afternoon A spokesman for the G5 force which is made up of soldiers from Mali Niger Burkina Faso Chad and Mauritania confirmed the attack but did not have further details Violence by Islamist militants has proliferated in the sparsely-populated Sahel in recent years with groups linked to al Qaeda and Islamic State using central and northern Mali as a launchpad for attacks across the region Western powers including France and the United States have provided significant funding to the G5 in a bid to beat back the jihadists But the force has been slow to get off the ground hobbled by delays disbursing the money and coordinating among the five countries The French defence ministry said in a report on Thursday that around 15 assailants were killed when a detachment of its forces alongside Malian commandos clashed with a group of around 20 militants on June 22 It said the clash which required helicopter support led to the seizure or destruction of many materials including two pickups and six motorcycles munitions and heavy and light weapons A separate UN peacekeeping mission in Mali MINUSMA declined to comment on the attack on the G5 counpound (Reporting By Souleymane Ag Anara Tiemoko Diallo and Adama Diarra; Additional reporting by Sofia Christensen in Dakar; Writing by Aaron Ross and Bate Felix; Editing by Andrew Heavens Peter Graff and Raissa Kasolowsky) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed If you’re able to beat those odds (or willing to pay scalper prices), But despite this achievement, religious figures and journalists. 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