Mark Cuban is up next. He explains that he started a site called broadcast.com, which sold for billions of dollars, and now he owns the Dallas Mavericks. He also clearly thinks a lot of himself, and I kind of hate him. His partner is Kym Johnson. Mark reveals to Kym that he'll work hard, but he just had his hip replaced seven weeks ago. How old is he? That doesn't seem like a young man's problem. Maybe he has a congenital problem. I notice that they leave out the part where Mark was a disco dance instructor in college. As they practice, Kym recognizes that Mark is in pain, but he wants to keep going.
So let's see if all that practice paid off. Mark does a lot of mugging for the camera and the judges, and he sings along to "King of the Road" as they dance. He's pretty good, at least in terms of knowing the moves, and he's pretty light on his feet, which is sometimes a problem for the dudes. The mugging has got to stop, though. When they finish, Tom comments that everyone seems to be having a lot of fun tonight. Bruno calls Mark a "bouncing, bionic billionaire" but says that his technique needs work. Carrie Ann thinks Mark needs to work on posture and footwork, but she liked his showmanship. She also tells him to keep his tongue in his mouth. Len thought it was good for someone who is not an entertainer. They, like so many before, get 7s across the board. Kym looks thrilled with those numbers, so I guess she was expecting much less.
The final performer of the evening is Mr. Wayne Newton with his partner, Cheryl Burke. Wayne explains that he missed out on a lot of normal experiences because he's been performing since he was a teen. When they rehearse, Wayne is very sweaty. OH MY GOD! I just saw the most awesome thing ever. Wayne was explaining that he stays fit through waterskiing and karate. And then he does some karate moves in front of the Las Vegas sign. If someone could send me that clip as an animated gif, I would love you forever. Wayne confesses that he's nervous to go on stage for the first time in his life. He asks if they cut tape when you screw up, and Cheryl has to explain to him that it's a live show. Oh, Wayne. Don't you listen at the beginning of every episode when Tom yells, "LIIIIIIIIVE!"?