Len thinks it was an extreme makeover, and while their footwork was "a bit dodgy" in hold, he thought it was great. Bruno enjoyed how they kept their personalities while demonstrating great technique. Carrie Ann calls Lance a "bright light."
Backstage, Samantha compliments Lance on getting compliments from all three judges. Lacey says that Lance's competitive spirit has been ignited now that he has his eyes on the prize. Scores: Carrie Ann 9, Len 8, and Bruno 9. Everyone jokes about how Len's score was still lower after all that.
Last week, Warren's high scores in the team dance helped him out a great deal, since his scores for his foxtrot were terrible. Afterwards, Warren freaks out because he says that it was the first time that he felt upside down on the dance floor. This week, they're working on the jive, which is a lot of movement around the floor for a big guy. And then they have to work on the tango. Warren looks at this like the playoffs, where you only get one shot and you're either in or out.
Their tango is up first. They start out very far apart on the floor for a tango. Warren's footwork is great as always, but he's looking down too much for a tango. I feel like his chin should be up more. There's some neat footwork in the choreography though, and I don't know that Kym has been able to show off her choreography skills like this before. There's one dodgy bit in the corner where it actually looks like Kym messes up, although it certainly could be that she was just trying to cover for Warren's mistake as well. The crowd freaking loves Warren.Bruno thinks Warren is back, and he does a mean tango. Carrie Ann compliments Warren's sparkly jacket, and loves how he connects with the audience. Len thinks Warren was fantastic, although he didn't like the rise and fall in parts. Tom chuckles that Len can't just give a straight compliment, and Len says he's just trying to help them improve.
Scores: Carrie Ann 10, Len 9, and Bruno 9. Warren is thrilled that he got a 10. Samantha asks about how the team dance saved them last week. Warren says that he definitely felt like he had something to prove. Warren also promises some craziness during his fifteen seconds of solo.