Tom and Sam announce that Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin will be starring in the musical "Chicago," so Lisa's here to sing "Roxie." She sings with a cadre of half-naked men, and at one point they lift her up, and I would think if she were going to perform that move, she might wear a longer dress. Isn't she a little old to be playing this part? I always thought of Roxie Hart as more of a fresh-faced ingénue. Anyway, her singing is not bad, but she's way too overtly sexual for my taste. Plus, I saw way too much of her underwear. Tom announces that we can see her on Broadway soon. Presumably, we can also see her underwear on Broadway.
Sam interviews the safe couples. John thinks the baby boomers are voting for him, and he plugs his book at the same time. Laila thinks that she and Maks have the potential to get a perfect score in the future, and she compliments Apolo's performance.
Jimmy Kimmel is here to give us a dance lesson. He announces that Jennifer Lopez has asked him and Guillermo to be in her next music video. Was that a shot at Idol? Anyway, Jimmy and Guillermo try to do the swing, but they get in an argument about who sucks more. This leads to Guillermo sobbing in the ladies' room while being held by Joey Fatone. I don't know what demographic this is supposed to be appealing to anymore. I used to think it was old ladies and children, but seriously? What in the hell was that?
Time for Macy Gray, who dedicates her performance to "the victims and families at Virginia Tech," a nice gesture that, due to her slurring, seems like it was going to go horribly wrong, but she pulls it off. She's swaying back and forth while she sings, and I am just waiting for her to fall over. She's also wearing metallic bronze fingerless gloves. She is a national treasure.