The Wanted are here to perform their hits. I knew absolutely nothing about this group, but I thought they were an actual band, like that played instruments. Turns out they're a singing group. Like New Kids on the Block. Or Backstreet Boys.
More results! Now we're looking at Apolo and Karina. Everyone from Melissa to Len (to me) seemed to be rooting for Apolo to nail that rumba, and he did it. If he has to go out now, at least he went out on top. Melissa feels the same way; she's so proud of her Argentine tango that she feels like if it's the last routine people see them do together, at least they went out on top. And one of these couples is about to be eliminated. And that eliminated couple is Apolo and Karina, which means that Melissa and Tony have made it to the finals. Look, I think Apolo peaked last night. I don't know how he could have done better next week. In his exit interview, Apolo is very emotional as he says that the show has been a blessing for him, because he's learned about himself and it's changed him. You know, starting last night, I get the vibe that Apolo and Karina are doing it. Are they doing it? Do I think that of every couple at least once per season? I kind of do.
Brooke is backstage with the two that have already been announced as finalists. Brooke explains that next week will have an expanded freestyle routine where the dancers will be allowed to bring in additional dancers and do a full production number. Ooh, I like that idea. Derek claims he has no idea what they'll do (yeah, right) and Melissa say that she and Tony have something to prove, since they were eliminated after their freestyle last time.