I respect Gladys even more now for sparing Len’s life. Martina & Tony: Aw, I just realized they made her wear the shirt again. The singers want you to know that they are super in love with each other and just have to express that in front of the whole wide world. There is some lovely dancing by Peta and Tristan, and, oh, for crying out loud, the singers are still singing deeply into each other’s magical faces instead of looking at the audience or the camera even once. The second round of Safe-or-Whats This round is with all the highest-scoring men! The third round of Safe-or-Whats Oh, stop it: They’re pretending that Katherine might be in jeopardy. Donald is sweet, and he and Peta seem to really get along.
Martina and Tony also get the hot mic treatment, and in a bit of dancing confusion we hear him say, “We’re trying, I know.” Oh, dear. She says, “I just blew it.” She is not a woman to go is easy on herself. Note to the costume department: You do many wonderful things, but Martina is a living legend here. I wish I had more tolerance sort of thing, but I don’t. Are we really going to go through with that pretense? We learn that Jaleel has a daughter who is cute, and that no matter what William says, the women in the audience scream. William says he can’t go home because he hasn’t danced shirtless yet. And I guess where the milk is coming from for the churn. There is a lot of sexy gyrating, but we haven’t actually “met” anyone yet. Give Cindy Lou Who a ridiculously charming Welsh accent, some killer gams, and real dancing chops.
Their relentless work ethics will be a match made in a heaven and it would just be a matter of if their chemistry is the same.
Like Castroneves, Ohno is partly adored for his playful, brother-sister vibe with Hough, and Smirnoff's tough love, drill sergeant ways is the complete opposite from the former pro.
I almost ate it up there.” Melissa says she won’t cry, which she did a lot of in rehearsal. I wrote in “safe” for everyone in this batch as soon as I finished typing their names. More Sugarland This number is a bouncier song and I’m less resentful of them this time, even though they are between me and the final results. The troupe does some excellent jumpy spinny dancing. ABC doesn’t have pictures of this troupe number either, and in this case, it really would be worth firing off an angry e-mail. The final round of Safe-or-Whats Jack is on, on, on, smiling and , in the very high-strung way that actors sometimes get when they have lost their faith in the notion that you will still like them if they step offstage and stop being a character and just freaking relax. So as you’ll recall, we had two weeks of dancing and two weeks of voting before anyone got kicked off.