Tom intros Queen Latifah to perform "Live 'Til I Die," made famous by Frank Sinatra, while two of the pros do a quickstep. I'm pretty sure that's what the dance is, anyway. Sometimes what the professionals do looks so different from what the celebrities do.
Drew is backstage to talk to the contestants with the lowest scores, Mark and Wayne. Mark says that if they get through this week, it will be entirely due to the fans, since the judges gave them such low scores. So he hopes to be able to dance next week for the fans. Wayne has been selected by the rest of the cast to deliver a message to Jane. He expresses their love for Jane, as well as their condolences.
Drew throws it back to Tom, who apparently has a teleprompter malfunction, but he's a pro so he makes the most of it. It's my least favorite segment -- let's ask the audience what they thought! Donny Osmond thought his sister did well, as did the Cavemen. Some ladies want Cameron to take his shirt off. Bob the Bachelor (not to be confused with Bob the Builder, who can do it, yes he can) felt for Jennie and liked that she was able to laugh about her fall. Corbin Bleu liked his Disney-mate Sabrina, because he's contractually obligated to say that.
Let's find out two more couples who are safe! The first is Mel and Maks. Yay! I was worried that because they went first, people would forget about them, and while I don't love Maks, I do like Mel, and I like them together. And the second couple is Sabrina and Mark, who act all surprised. Please. Between the high judges' scores and her huge tween fanbase, she's not going anywhere for a long, long time.
Tom tells us that some of next week's couples will be performing the tango, so here are some pros to show us how it's done. They set up this whole vignette with the men walking in and the women sitting at a little café table, but I'd rather they just start dancing. By the way, I totally thought one of the ladies was a dude, and I was thinking how progressive it was of ABC, although I wondered if the one dude normally drags it up, or if that was just to try to fool the bluehairs. Then my husband and I had a ten-minute argument over whether or not it's a dude, and I had to Google it and discover that it was, in fact, a woman. In fact, she's married to one of the male dancers. So now I feel bad. I'm going to blame the HDTV -- it doesn't do anyone any favors, and it's very unforgiving.
It's time to check in with Jimmy Kimmel and Guillermo. Guillermo broke his arm and they can't dance together! I'm so not disappointed. They'll be answering letters instead. Someone wants to know how the votes are tabulated. Jimmy and Guillermo walk down to a small room in the basement, where the Count from Sesame Street is answering the phones. That would explain why so many people have had wacky voting problems, like trying to vote for the first time and being told they've already voted eleven times. Maybe ABC shouldn't poke fun at its voting system when it actually kind of sucks.