In a pre-recorded video before Bobby and Sharna Burgess's dance on "Halloween Night," the country music radio host walked fans through a typical day in his life. He revealed that he wakes up around 1 a.m. every morning in order to be on the air at 6 a.m. ET (which is 3 a.m. L.A. time, where Dancing With the Stars studios are) for his radio show.
In terms of his meals, he has to eat them while in the back of his Ubers to save time. And by the time the clock strikes 12:30 p.m., Bobby is in rehearsals with Sharna working on next week's dance for hours on end. Guess his insane schedule explains why he didn't get to go to Disneyland with the other cast members before "Disney Night."
Before and after his amazingly spooky Argentine Tango to "Mr. Sandman" on last night's episode, fans took to Twitter to express their concern about Bobby's grueling schedule. Many believe Bobby really needs to take a day to relax and catch up on some much-needed z's. "Oh man. Poor Bobby. That schedule would make me tired too," one person wrote. "Bobby please don’t do the show tomorrow morning, you very clearly need some sleep," another pleaded.
Even though Bobby's daily routine is notably tough, most seem to agree that his performance last night was out of this world — though, he did receive a relatively low score of 22 out of 30. In response to the judge's marks, Bobby tweeted that he was "quite irritated" with the results (which is pretty understandable, considering the guy wakes up at 1 a.m. on the reg).
If things keep going the way they have for the past six weeks though, Bobby really shouldn't worry too much. So far, the judges' scores haven't appeared to be a big deciding factor on who is sent home. In week 4, Tinashe and Brandon Armstrong were voted off the show even though they received a strong 27 out of 30. Just this past week, Alexis Ren and Alan Bersten landed in the bottom two despite getting a 29 out of 30.
Bobby might not be getting the top scores every week, but he clearly has an adoring fan base – one that wants him to do well in the competition ... but also make sure he is taking care of himself.