Brooke is backstage with Emmitt, Apolo, and Gilles. She asks Emmitt what song he'll dance to for guilty pleasure week, and he says it will be "Copacabana." I hope we get to see that. Apolo makes a joke about Karina's "improv breakdance moves." Gilles says that his guilty pleasure is "I Will Always Love You," because his martial arts buddies would laugh at him. Maks is doing something behind the scenes that causes everyone to crack up. I feel like this cast really enjoys one another.
More results! Emmitt and Cheryl were happy with their performance, to say the least. Gilles should wear eyeliner every week if you ask me. The dancers in the skybox were cheering for him; I think everyone likes Gilles. They show Karina's wipeout from every possible angle, and man that could have been even worse than it was. She really could've gotten hurt. Apolo has a really good attitude about it, though.
So who is safe? Gilles is obviously safe. All those 10s? He's not going anywhere. Emmitt is also safe, which means that Apolo and Karina are in jeopardy. The audience boos.
Cheryl is leading a troupe in a mambo group routine to a song played by Tito Puente Jr. At least I think it's a mambo. Oh, now I think it's a mix of various Latin dances. It's nice to watch, regardless.
And even more results! Things are trucking right along this week. Melissa and Tony had a slight screwup on one of their lifts, and they were upset about it because they nailed it in rehearsals. Bruno told Kirstie that she's crazy. Maks and Kirstie joke that they finally got a thirty, even if it took an extra judge to get there. Maks hasn't been bugging me as much this season. I think Kirstie realizes that she's outclassed, talent-wise, and is just happy to be along for the ride.
So who's safe? Melissa and Tony. But Kirstie and Maks are in jeopardy. Kirstie has a giggle fit when she hears the results.
Donny Osmond has somehow hooked up with Susan Boyle, and they are on hand to sing together. That actually seems about right. Tristan and Kym are on hand to dance during this song. I don't want to denigrate Susan Boyle but she doesn't look well. And she seems incredibly nervous. And her voice doesn't sound that great. But you know what? She's up there, and I'm not, so who am I to judge?