LOS ANGELES -- "Good Morning America" and WABC-TV weather anchor Sam Champion returned to Eyewitness News This Morning to high scores and higher spirits from the Eyewitness News team.
Sam showed off his dancing skills this season on "Dancing With The Stars," a journey that came to an end in Week 4.
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Sam Champion and partner Cheryl Burke's journey on "Dancing With The Stars" came to an end in Week 4.
Sam and Cheryl performed a paso doble to "The Greatest Show" from The Greatest Showman, but only got 25 points from the judges. They finished in the bottom two of the remaining contestants.
Despite their Week 4 exit, it was a valiant effort, and an incredible dancing journey.
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After waltzing through Elvis week, Sam and Cheryl survived again with their samba for James Bond week!
They danced to the song, "Los Muertos Vivos Estan," with Sam pressing a victorious fist into the air at the end.
The judges approved!
"Plenty of attack, plenty of aggression," said Len Goodman. "Well done!"
A behind-the-scenes look at Bond Night with GMA's Robin Roberts
Sam and Cheryl were among 15 couples returning for Elvis night, featuring two full hours of performances choreographed to celebrate the King of Rock and Roll!
Sam performed a Viennese Waltz to "Heartbreak Hotel" and - spoiler alert - he made the cut again!
"It's an improvement. Well done!" said judge Len Goodman.
Fourteen couples return for Week 3, and the theme will be the music from 60 years of the James Bond film franchise.
Sam and Cheryl will dance the samba to the song "Los Muertos Vivos Estan," complete with masks!
Sam and Cheryl danced to Elton John and Britney Spears' hit song "Hold Me Closer."
And they looked ahead to Week 2's Elvis-themed night of dancing!
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