The final two couples up are Jaimie and Hok and Lauren and Neil. Jaimie and Hok's waltz showcased Jaimie's skills, but Hok didn't quite pull it off, and the judges also wanted more actual waltzing. Lauren and Neil got tons of compliments for their Wade Robson routine and Lauren's relief is so great, it's clear she wasn't expecting to hear something nice ever again from the jidges. After a moment, Cat reveals that Jaimie and Hok are in the bottom three. Woo! I called all three couples! [Pats self on back.] Unfortunately, though I guessed correctly, I would have swapped out one of the three for one couple that was safe. Alas!
While the six dancers get ready, we see the kids getting ready to attend the premiere of Hairspray. Lauren is wearing what appears to be actual lingerie for a dress. Kameron can do quite a good Christopher Walken impression. They then all attend the event as well as Cat and the jidges. Afterwards they go to the party and meet various stars who all compliment them on their dancing. Everyone looks like they're having a really good time -- there appear to be no drunken shenanigans as happen on so many other reality show excursions. Back in real time, Adam plugs his next project -- look out for insta-classic Step Up 2! Nigel talks a moment about how great Hairspray is, and I start to doze off at what seems like extra amounts of filler.
Time for the solos. Anya is first up. She's dancing to "Magic Carpet Ride" by Mighty Dub Kaz and wearing a leopard print, tassled spandex bodysuit. Oh yeah, you heard me. She's back to more of her sexy, fun self this week as opposed to last, though I still think she's got a bit more in her. Next up is Danny dancing to "Delirious" by Mario Spinetti. Apparently, he seems to think that his x-factor could be his naked torso, since he's dancing with no shirt. Clearly, he doesn't remember last season when the jidges told Dmitry how tired they were of him relying on showing off his chest to get votes. He does a lot of spinning and writhing and despite my incredible dislike of him, he's very good as expected. Shauna is dancing to "Zombie" by The Cranberries. She uses the stage and shows off a lot of skills, but it seems…disjointed, somehow? You can see what she's got to offer, but it's not quite as stunning as her last solo was. Next is Cedric, dancing to "Circus" by Kelis. He's amazing, what else can you say? In his style, he's absolutely insane. I have literally no idea how a body can move in those ways. However, it's not terribly adaptable to other genres, and I'm certain he's going home this week.