Michael Buble is back to perform again. I hope they fixed his audio issues. He sings "Feelin' Good" and he is no Nina Simone, but it's much better than his first song. Two pros that I don't know (I don't think) come out and dance and they are pretty awesome. Tom says their names at the end of the dance but I couldn't hear him over the audience shrieking.
Samantha is backstage with the three couples who still don't know if they are staying or going. How much Botox does Donny have in his forehead, by the way? It is immobile. He looks like Marcia Cross. Donny says that if he goes home now, he'll have learned how much a body can ache. Kelly says that she's learned that you can do anything you want. Aaron has learned a lot of life lessons, which doesn't really answer the question.
The three couples come back out on stage to learn one more couple that is safe. And that couple is... Donny and Kym. If Donny's face could move, you'd probably be able to tell that he's happy. So either Aaron and Karina or Kelly and Louis are going home. But we're not going to find that out quite yet.
About six months too late, Susan Boyle is here to perform her big song. I kind of missed the whole Susan Boyle thing somehow. Like I read about it, but I was never interested enough to watch the YouTube video or anything, and I find it kind of insulting that people were like, "Wow, she's old and ugly and yet she can still sing!" Because only attractive people have good voices? It just always rubbed me the wrong way somehow. Tony and Chelsie are on hand to dance as Susan sings and you're going to be shocked, but Chelsie isn't wearing shoes. I know. Anyway, Susan Boyle has a beautiful voice but it's not my bag. It's like music that your aunt would want to see in concert at Christmas time or something. She doesn't even really have a Broadway voice (even though she's singing a Broadway song). Didn't Sharon Osbourne just insult Susan Boyle in the papers too? I wonder if Kelly steered clear backstage.