Jason Mraz and his stupid hat are there to perform. Does he have a ponytail? Seriously? Anyway, Mark and Chelsie are there to dance barefoot. This sounds like a ripoff of a Damien Rice song. Anyway, Mark and Chelsie do a lot of reaching out and rolling around on the floor. Just not my favorite style of dancing.
Brooke is backstage with Kelly, Sabrina, and Shawn and their partners. Kelly admits that she thought they might be going home but she's grateful to their fans. Brooke reminds Sabrina that this is the week she went home on her original season, and wonders if she's nervous now. Sabrina is like, "What do you think, bitch?" but nicer. Derek reveals that there's something wrong with the vertebrae in his neck, and he plans to step out next week and let Mark take over for him. They both seem really bummed. Brooke can't figure out who's supposed to stay with her and who's supposed to go get results, but they finally get it sorted.
Derek suddenly has a Southern accent after wearing a cowboy hat, and he lets Len know that he's taking their low scores personally. Gilles admits that he felt awkward during his solo; it showed. Bruno couldn't keep from exclaiming over Kirstie's dancing. Kirstie was shocked over her good scores and she cried AGAIN.
Tom is ready to give results for Shawn and Derek, Gilles and Peta, and Kirstie and Maks. Shawn and Derek are safe. Boo! I like them, but I don't want to see Mark dance again next week. Tom reminds Gilles that he's the highest-scoring star of the season, but he was third from the bottom this week. But he's safe. And Kirstie and Maks are safe too. Whoa. I really hope it's not Sabrina. Poor thing.
Clip package about how intense and stressful things are this season. Here's a summary: they're stressful. And intense.
Dance number that rips off Madonna's performance of Vogue from the VMAs (I think?) where everyone dressed in powdered wigs and hoop skirts. Remember that? That was awesome. This is...not.
Tom asks Len about next week's fusion dances. Len explains that it'll be really tough because they will get one piece of music and have to do two different dances. The pros are all freaked out and confused, based on their interviews from last night. Tom reveals the dance combinations on a big screen and then explains that they'll be assigning them to one another. Here's the rundown: