Lulu's steps are short, and she's hunched and shy. Well, that's according to Miss J. According to Lulu herself, she has a signature walk, and has had said walk since she started wearing heels and crossing her legs. She's not going to change it. Too bad for her, since it sucks. Just because it's a signature walk doesn't mean it's a good walk. Miss J. tells her to think happy, then imitates her dour, Neanderthal stomp. It's not flattering. Brittany is sexy, which Miss J. says is unexpected because he didn't pay attention for the first two weeks. Does no one remember the afterglow that was so apparent as she lounged half-naked on her horse in last week's photo shoot? Erin walks as though her right leg is not hers. I mean, literally like she has a prosthetic leg. Heather Mills had that same runway walk. What ever happened to her, by the way? Is she still making people miserable somewhere across the pond? I do have to admit that I liked her for a hot minute when she was on Dancing with the Stars, if only because, like everyone else, I reveled in the suspense of whether her leg was going to fly off mid-mambo.
Miss J. says that Kara's problem is her Cro-Magnon chin. I think she's got more Cro-Magnonesque problems than that. Bianca tells us that she absolutely refuses to lose this competition, and is planning to step her game up after her disastrous two weeks in the bottom two. Her reviews are relatively positive. Miss J. thinks that her walk is a bit controlled, but that she can make it work. Ashley walks like a dancer, which, in case you forgot, is not a particularly good thing, and she needs to bring some sexiness in with her dance training. Laura, who is wearing an off-the-shoulder ensemble that is certainly a modern interpretation of one of Bea Arthur's tunics, tells us that every walkway -- including the frozen food aisle at Wal-Mart -- is a runway for her. Laura gives extra like the black girls do, and I can't see how that's a bad thing.