Weeks into Dancing with the Stars, and a certain level of competence has settled over cast; nobody fell down stairs, no one flashed anything other than a smile, and no tandem disgraced itself on the dance floor.
Here are the latest results...
Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani, Argentine Tango: Len thought it was fantastic. Lovely lifts. Bruno thought her legs were magic tools. Carrie Ann thought it was the best Argentine Tango she's seen. Score: 29 (10, 9, 10). Melissa is the new leader.
Lawrence Taylor and Edyta Sliwinska, Waltz: Bruno liked the romance and compared the beginning to Dr. Zhivago. Carrie Ann saw freedom in his movement. She also loved the dress. Len loved the grace and tenderness, but the dress messed up parts. He was shocked how well Lawrence did. Score: 21 (7, 7, 7)
Lil Kim and Derek Hough, Rumba: Carrie Ann thought it was understated, but also underwhelming. Len thought that parts were great, but she should go with what she knows, being slutty. Bruno thought it was a good rumba, but Bruno wants raunchy Lil Kim back. Score: 26 (9, 8, 9)
Chuck Wicks and Julianne Hough, Samba: Len liked it and thought it was his best dance. Bruno loved that he was working his butt and hips. Carrie Ann has a few cheers for the couple. Score: 27 (9, 9, 9)
Ty Murray and Chelsie Hightower, Waltz: Bruno thinks that he made a great comeback, lots of precision and conviction. Carrie Ann loved his frame, posture, and hold. Len liked the hold and posture. Well done. Score: 24 (8, 8, 8)
Shawn Johnson and Mark Ballas, Cha-Cha: Carrie Ann loved it. She thought the dance came alive. Len thought that the sharp moves blended with the rhythm wonderfully. Bruno loved watching the vibrant dancing. Score: 28 (9, 9, 10)
Gilles Marini and Cheryl Burke, Viennese Waltz: Len loved the romance and rotation. The nuances were great. Bruno compared it to Gigi and loved it. Carrie Ann loved the grace. She wants to make sure that the posture is better. Score: 27 (9, 9, 9)