DWTS 10 Evan & Anna Dance Comparison

Evan Lysacek & Anna Trebunskaya ended the season with five recycled dances:
- Two of them happen to be the Viennese Waltz: the first done on the Week 1 and the second one on Week 10
- Four of the Five dances are Ballroom dances (Viennese Waltz, Waltz and Quickstep)
- Two of the recycled songs were originally done by celebs in Season 8

Interesting stats for these songs…

So starting with the two Viennese Waltz’s:

The first song was I’ll Be by Edwin McCain Edwin McCain - Rhino Hi-Five: Edwin McCain - EP - I'll Be as originally done by Season 8′s Lil’ Kim and Derek Hough on Week 5.

And again on Season 10 Week 1 as done by Evan and Anna

The second Viennese Waltz was done to Billy Joel’s Piano Man Billy Joel - The Essential Billy Joel - Piano Man originally on Season 5 Week 4 by Jane Seymour and Tony Dovolani.

And of course on Season 10 Week 10 by Evan and Anna.

Come midway through the season there was a Movie Night where every song was from a soundtrack of a known movie. In Evan and Anna’s case, the song was I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing by Aerosmith from the movie Armegeddon Aerosmith - Armageddon - The Album - I Don't Want to Miss a Thing.

This song was originally done as a Rumba on Season 1 Week 2 By Rachel Hunter and Jonathan Roberts.

Here’s Evan and Anna‘s version.

On Week 8 Evan and Anna danced a Waltz to Journey’s Open Arms Journey - Journey: Greatest Hits - Open Arms. This was originally done by Lawrence Taylor and Edyta Sliwinska on Season 8 Week 7

And Evan and Anna‘s version.

It would seem fitting that the final dance of Season 10 happens to be a Quickstep done to the song I Want You to Want Me by Letters to Cleo Letters to Cleo - When Did We Do That? - I Want You to Want Me, which also happens to be one of the first songs that Cody Linley danced with Julianne Hough on Season 7 Week 1.

The Quickstep as done by Evan and Anna.

Stay tuned as the final Dance Comparison of the season… the champions of Dancing with the Stars Season 10: Nicole Scherzinger and Derek Hough.