It's double-up week and everything's topsy turvy! Last week's top scorers (Romeo and Chelsie) got the lowest marks this week, and the lowest scorers last week of the remaining teams (Ralph and Karina) tied for the highest score! Can this results show possible live up to the wildness of the raw numbers?
The show opens with the repeat performance. Len asks to see the team dance from Chelsie and so we're treated to a slightly slowed-down version of Lady Gaga's "Born This Way." Unlike on Glee, they didn't remove the "No matter gay, straight or bi" line. Good thing because everyone's fittingly light in the loafers.
We see some backstage interviews from Hines and Kirstie. Hines can't believe he's still here. At the end of last night's performance, he "almost did a split," but since this isn't Horseshoeing with the Stars, almost doesn't count.
Kirstie, meanwhile, had the time of her life dancing. She just wishes she could marry the time of her life with the dance of her life. My prescription: try carrying a watermelon and then practicing lifts in the water. Read More...