The Five Faces of
3 more weeks. Yes, 3 more
weeks. The finale in 2 away, but for this one, it's
the same thing like last week. Let's go.
Up first, Ian & Cheryl. In the ballroom round, they
did a foxtrot to "Baby, It's Cold Outside." With so
much elegance and grace throughout, the judges knew if
there were any or not. Carrie Ann liked Ian's top
half, Len said it was a bit skimpy and Bruno said it
was like a jumping goat. Here comes the first round
Round 1 Score: 22
Deciding that they didn't want to be goats, they
charged as bulls for round 2, as they rumba to
"Imagine" by John Lennon. Cheryl gave due with a leg
squat move and a foot drag. No time for imagination,
let's get the judges information. Carrie Ann said it
didn't feel like it was generated, Len said it lacked
naturalness and Bruno said it was a great improvement.
Let's charge ahead to the leaderboard:
Round 2 Score: 25
Overall Score: 47
Now it's Joey & Kym's turn. In round 1, they did a
waltz to "Always " by Frank Sinatra. It was very
romantic......or was it to the judges? Carrie Ann said
it missed the Joey special, Len said it showed a
different side, and Bruno said it wasn't good enough.
But was it a good score?
Round 1 Score: 26
In round 2, they try to do better as they mambo to
"Pump It" by the Black Eyed Peas. Kym did a go through
while both did arm moves. Even a slide through by Kym
thought it would wow the judges....would it? Carrie
Ann said he stepped it up, Len said the routine was
clever, and Bruno said it pimped the mambo. Let's
decorate the scoreboard:
Round 2 Score: 29
Overall Score: 55
It's time for Billy Ray & Karina to fight off the
bottom 2 blues and get on with it. In the first round,
they did a fox trot to "Stand by your man" by Tammy
Wynette. The only highlights I saw was a kick by
Karina and and a foot drag by Karina again. Now the
judges. Carrie Ann said he's still in the game, Len
said he did the right steps at the wrong time, and
Bruno said it was terrible. I hope we see a bad score
Round 1 Score: 18
Deciding they not be wallflowers, they recharge as
they mambo to "My Way" by Los Lonely Boys. Billy Ray
got funky with it and he did move with Karina on one
knee. There was even a go through baseball slide and
Karina went on top of him. Now he head to the judges.
Carrie Ann said they can make people do this, too, Len
talked about the 2 dances of equal merit and Bruno
said he's a wild beast that cannot be tamed. Here come
Round 2 Score: 20
Overall Score: 38
Laila & Max are now ready. In the first dance, they
did a waltz to "May Every Day" by Andy Williams. Laila
was fast asleep and woke up to dance. Even she did a
no hands spin. Let's spin away at the judges. Carrie
Ann said it brought emotion to the floor, Len said it
was poigant and Bruno said she did it well. Now the
Round 1 Score: 27
And round 2 puts them in a jive to "Bad, Bad Leroy
Brown" by Jim Croce. Max did his own hosting intro
gesture while Laila did the girl that got past her.
Both did kicks and Laila did the kiss of death. This
took you right back to the old days of Mortal Kombat.
Okay, we get it. Now the judges. Carrie Ann said it
was spunky, Len told Max to dance because he can't
lollygag. True, and Bruno said it delivered a great
dish. Now to shoot the score at the free throw
Round 2 Score: 26
Overall Score: 53
Did I leave something out? Oh yeah, Julianne & Apolo.
They're last up. In the first set, they did a tango to
"Jessie's Girl" by Rick Springfield. After they did a
argentine dance, we head for the judges. Carrie Ann
said it was fantastic, Len said it lacked passion and
drama, and Bruno said it was electric. Here comes the
Round 1 Score: 28
After some shock therapy, they head for round 2 as
they paso doble. Apolo took Julianne skirt portion and
attached it like Mr. Potato Head. Julianne looked
nasty in every past of the way. Let's see if the
judges cleaned that up. Carrie Ann said it had chills
the whole time, Len said it was a proper dance and
Bruno said it went for the kill. Now let's see if we
go for a spare.....
Round 2 Score: 30
Overall Score: 58
What a waltzy night. Get it? Waltz. Anyway, here's the
58 -- Apolo & Julianne
55 -- Joey & Kym
53 -- Laila & Maks
47 -- Ian & Cheryl
38 -- Billy Ray & Karina
Could Billy Ray & Karina's chances spell D-O-O-M?
We'll see you in 22 1/2 hours to see if one couple is
G-O-N-E. See you L-A-T-E-R.
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Ballroom dancing gets a fierce forum as eleven of
the medium's best meet up with eleven celebrities... and YOU'RE
the ultimate judge!
Recaps by Pierre Kelly, GSNN
Hosts: Tom Bergeron &
Judges: Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli
Announcer: Alan Dedicoat
Creator: Eric Morley
(based upon "Strictly Come Dancing")
EP: Conrad Green,
Packager: BBC Worldwide Americas
Origin: CBS Television City, Los Angeles, CA
Airs: Mondays at 8p ET & Tuesdays at 9p ET on ABC
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