Carrie Ann thought there were long passages where Bristol drifted out of the emotion of the moment. Len thought it was haunting and beautiful. Bruno liked her lines and he admires her journey. That sounds like he couldn't find anything specific to say that was good. So then they praise the band. They do well with the more classical type music, but the pop songs are awful. Scores: Carrie Ann 8, Len 9, and Bruno 9.
And finally, it's time to learn something about Kyle. He grew up in Atlanta, and he always had a lot of energy. His mom signed him up with an agent, and he did some local work. Then the family moved to LA, and just when they were going to call it quits, Kyle got cast on a Disney channel show, then got his own spinoff. And Lou Gossett Jr. likes him! Iron Eagle! So you should too!
Their dance is the Argentine tango. And wow, are Kyle's feet terrible. He's always been pigeon-toed, but ouch. It looks horrible. His arm extension is good, and his posture is okay, but his feet are horrendous. Please mention it, judges. Because otherwise I'm going to think I'm watching a different show.
Len thinks that Kyle is the best performer they've ever had, in terms of his ability to attack the dance. Bruno calls him Mr. Charisma. Carrie Ann thinks Kyle reminds her of Emmitt Smith, who came out of nowhere and killed it with every routine. I guess the judges won't be offering critiques anymore. It's just telling the contestants how awesome they are. Scores: Carrie Ann 10, Len 9, and Bruno 10. I am not one for conspiracy theories, but I really do feel like these scores were predetermined, perhaps based on rehearsals, but not given for the dances that we saw.
So I don't think the judges' scores will really affect who goes home. I think it's going to be completely based on viewer voting, which means that Kyle is probably leaving, right? Here are the scores:
Jennifer and Derek: 30 + 30 = 60
Kyle and Lacey: 29 + 29 = 58
Brandy and Maks: 27 + 30 = 57
Bristol and Mark: 27 + 26 = 53
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