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Brooke Burke and Cody Linley might wanna work on their stardowns. It's still a bit early, but these two appeared headed for a showdown in the finals...
Lance Bass & Lacey Schwimmer (West Coast Swing): Len said that Lance proved last week that he can dance, and he told Lacey she needs to show off her partner a little more. Bruno thought it had a promising beginning, but Lance became window dressing for Lacey. Carrie Ann thanked Lacey for doing an excellent job showcasing West Coast Swing, but she also thought Lance wasn't utilized like he should have been. Score: 21 (7,7,7)
Toni Braxton & Alec Mazo (West Coast Swing): Bruno said Toni is slinky and sexy, and when she wants to, she can deliver. His problem was that it wasn't all west coast swing. Breaking the style bothered him. Carrie Ann explained that the difficulty in the swing is to make it look easy and she thought Toni was over dancing her part. Len said things are not happening. Toni has all the credentials to be a professional dancer, but they aren't seeing her at her full potential. Score 22 (7,7,8)
Susan Lucci & Tony Dovolani (Hustle): Carrie Ann said the performance was a lot of fun and they represented disco well. She was also impressed that she didn't see the injury in Susan's performance. The thing to work on was that Susan is still not getting to the audience. Len said he knows Susan has an injury, but Tony is treating her like a China doll. Bruno called it an uptown girl hustle. They did all the required steps. A bit precious, but a hustle it was. Score 22 (7,7,8)
Warren Sapp & Kym Johnson (Hustle): Len said that's what he is talking about. It was fun and enjoyable. Well done. Bruno called Warren a guy that really knows how to funk. Way to go. Carrie Ann told Warren it was a great job. She liked that he tapped into the nostalgia of the hustle. Score: 25 (8,8,9)
Cloris Leachman & Corky Ballas (Salsa): Bruno said the old girl can still turn a trick. On the plus side, she actually did a salsa, but it looked like she had downed a pitcher of margaritas. Carrie Ann told Cloris that everyone loves what she brings to the dance floor. Len said he loves Cloris because she's the first person on the show older than he is. He called her hotter than a chili pepper. Well done. Score: 21 (7,7,7)
Maurice Greene & Cheryl Burke (Salsa): Carrie Ann called Maurice over to the table and gave him a big hug and a high 5. She said it was very nice. Len said the judges are pussycats compared to Cheryl. He liked that Maurice came out full bore and gave it his all. Bruno told Maurice he was like a master of theater, praising his acting in their performance. Way to go. Score: 27 (9,9,9)
Brooke Burke & Derek Hough (Jitterbug): Len said it was amazing that no matter the dance, Brooke is consistently good. Bruno called it vigorous, upbeat, and glorious. Carrie Ann asked if she could nit pick, and then said no, she really couldn't. It was great. Score: 29 (10,9,10)
Cody Linley & Julianne Hough (Jitterbug): Bruno said it wasn't a jitterbug, it was a firebug. The energy was incredible and he liked the slapstick aspect. Cody's acting was great. Carrie Ann told Cody that this is the perfect dance for him. She added that he is giving Brooke a run for her money. Len said it was fun, entertaining, had good energy, and he liked it very much. score 28 (10,9,9)