Elizabeth and Val chose Gleb to dance the salsa with them. Elizabeth enjoys having a new energy in the room, but Val is really challenging her with the choreography. There's one point where Elizabeth is looking into the camera and her crazy eyes are scaring me. Salsa is not her dance. It's a good thing she's got the two nearly naked men there for distraction. I mean, she's dancing her ass off, but she does way better with the slow, graceful routines. Although her spins are really great. There was a point where they were out of sync.
Judges? Carrie Ann says it was her favorite Elizabeth routine so far. Len says it was fantastic and full of rhythm. Bruno says it takes two to get Elizabeth going, and she handled those boys well. Bruno makes up a word: armography. That's not a word, right? Maybe in the dance world. Scores: Carrie Ann 10, Len 10, and Bruno 10. Seriously? Seriously. Maybe it's just the end of the show and I'm tired but I did not think that deserved a perfect score.
Here's the leaderboard right now:
Corbin and Karina: 28 + 30 = 58
Elizabeth and Val: 26 + 30 = 56
Jack and Cheryl: 29 + 25 = 54
Leah and Tony: 27 + 27 = 54
Amber and Derek: 24 + 27 = 51
Bill and Emma: 21 + 21 = 42
Tom and Brooke reveal who's safe and who's in jeopardy and rather than give you the play-by-play, I will just tell you that the two couples in jeopardy are Elizabeth and Val and Bill and Emma. Bill is way in the bottom, score-wise, but he probably garnered a lot of viewer votes with his joyful performance last week. So who's going home? Elizabeth and Val. Bill is shocked. I'm not that sad because I don't love Elizabeth, but that's a few weeks that Bill has made it ahead of more talented dancers. Elizabeth's exit speech is super classy, so I guess she was prepared for this. Val hopes that Elizabeth will learn to love herself as much as everyone else loves her. I hope that Bill will go home next week. Come on. Enough.