That's a tough act to follow. And Gev and Courtney are doing a Cecily and Alisa hip hop routine. Gev, who I think is a hip hop dancer, says that this is hard because it's an East Coast style that he's not used to. I'm getting nervous for Gev, who says they need to practice a lot.
They are wearing football jerseys and hopping and wiggling around to "Lights, Camera, Action!" Maybe I don't like Cecily and Alisa, but upon second glance it seems like Courtney is actually hitting it harder than Gev. Her angles are at least nice and sharp.
For once I'd like to hear what hip hop choreographers T&N have to say. Napoleon says that Courtney was "pretty ghetto in her little Eli Manning jersey." I hate when they comment more on the costumes than the dancing. He then says that maybe Gev wasn't keeping up with Courtney. Courtney doesn't know whether to be excited or sad for her partner. She comforts him. Tabitha is also "feeling" Courtney. Mary is feeling it 50/50. Mary doesn't think that Gev hit it, but Courtney was killing it. Nigel was looking at Courtney too, "but only because she's prettier than Gev." He says it was fun, but it was too funky or disco to be hip hop. I'm guessing Cecily and Alisa won't be getting a return invite to do this show. He says Courtney wasn't ghetto, it was more "Santa Claus' grotto." What the hell is that supposed to mean?
This time around Jessica and Will are tasked with learning a lyrical jazz number by Mandy Moore who has some twisted things planned to do with a men's shirt.
Heart's "Alone" starts and Will is wearing pants and no shirt and has like a 16 pack. Amazing. Jessica is in a nighty and draped in the oversized shirt. I can't even look at her when they are apart, but when they actually get together, I have to admit, it is a little hot. They do this one thing where he takes the shirt, puts it around her knee flips her over on her head and then spins her around. I'm going to call that move "awesome." Then he pulls her to him and looks like he wants to make out with her. She's weirdly smiling and then at the end kind of looks like she's laughing and I'm not sure if that is on purpose or she's just so relieved that she didn't die getting tossed around by the knee that she can't help but be happy.