Len liked it; he thought it was well-done and intimate enough. Bruno praises her technicality, but says that he wanted more passion. And he calls her plastic. Awesome. Carrie Ann says that everything was gorgeous from the hips down, but while her face is beautiful, her upper half doesn't express enough emotion. And Carrie Ann thinks she saw a lift, which Tony adamantly denies. So now I have to re-watch the whole thing to look for it. And boy, I don't know why they're praising Audrina's footwork, because it's not that great now that I'm staring at her feet, waiting for a lift. And there totally is a lift, right before the chorus of the song, during the words "something in the distance." Sorry, Tony. Scores: Carrie Ann 7, Len 8 and Bruno 8 for a total of 23. And we know that Carrie Ann took a point off for the lift, so really they would have tied with Kurt and Anna.
Last week, Kyle agreed with the reasons that the judges dinged him, and he knows that he and Lacey have to climb back up to the top, since they were in second place the first week. Since they are dancing to Charlie's Angels, Lacey brings in Chelsie and Kym to rehearse with him, and each of them teaches him a different way. I think it's genius when they bring in another pro, and don't know why they don't do it more often. Look, I don't want to snark on someone eles's body, but those hip huggers make Lacey's butt look HUGE. Like at first, I thought she was purposely sticking out her butt a la Joey Fatone, but no, that's just her butt. She should never wear pants like that again. So their foxtrot is very '70s and very disco, and I love it for that. I love the disco moves. I don't know how traditional foxtrot they are, but I dig it, and they are clearly having a lot of fun. I don't know if his technique has improved, but his energy wins me over for the first time this week.
Bruno says that Kyle has the charm, but it was "a foxtrot possessed with disco fever," and there wasn't enough foxtrot in it. Carrie Ann disagrees, and she loved that he was leading. Len thought it started bad and got worse and worse. Eh. I think the judges' lackluster response will earn them votes from the audience, because it was fun. It's one of those cases where the judges end up looking like they have sticks up their butts and people will vote for Kyle just to tell them to stuff it. Scores: Carrie Ann 8, Len 5 and Bruno 7 for a total of 20. Really, Len? Five? It wasn't that bad. Lacey just laughs about it, which kind of bugs me, because while I don't expect her to be devastated, she should care whether they stay or not.