Judges? Bruno liked Roshon's lines, although he got out of sync a few times. Carrie Ann liked the routine and how they managed another male in the mix, but she thought Roshon was off at times too. Len disagrees and calls them "two skinny fries chasing the ketchup" and compliments Roshon's tight buttocks. What is Len drinking? Can I have some? Scores: Carrie Ann 9, Len 9 and Bruno 9. Mmm. I don't disagree.
The final dancers of the night will be William, Cheryl and Tony. So they're also doing the same-sex as the star thing. Cheryl explains that she wants William to hold his own against a professional dancer. During rehearsals, William is really intimidated by Tony, but he says that he likes a challenge. They are also doing the paso doble. The advantage here is that Cheryl and Tony are both amazing and experienced choreographers, and the routine shows it. I don't know that William danced any better than Roshon, but the choreography was better.
Judges? Carrie Ann thinks William learned from Tony because his posture and lines were better this week, even if they were out of sync a few times. Len liked the mix of steps together and he salutes them. Bruno does his usual "spin a tale about the dance thing" and says that he loved how they used Cheryl like a cape, even if they did get out of sync. Scores: Carrie Ann 9, Len 9 and Bruno 9. They were penalized for going out of sync, which makes sense.
So William got the highest scores of the week, but I didn't think his dancing was the best this week. I don't know if it was happenstance or by design, but it is interesting to see that the usual leaders are on the bottom (except for Melissa). Could be an interesting double elimination. Here are the scores:
William and Cheryl: 30 + 27 = 57
Roshon and Chelsie: 29 + 27 = 56
Donald and Peta: 27 + 28 = 55
Katherine and Mark: 26 + 29 = 55
Maria and Derek: 28 + 25 = 53
Melissa and Maks: 24 + 27 = 51