Wait, Bruno and CA were there, too? Where is Len? He's the only judge who makes common sense and can keep a somewhat unbiased opinion on things.Originally Posted by norealityhere;3910654;
If Erin/Maks can't win, I'm really hoping Evan/Anna (more so Anna) take it. But either way, I think those two couples are going out of this season with a lot more even if they don't win. They came in as non-dancers (previous background experience aside, Erin sure as heck hasn't even looked remotely like a dancer, but not a bad clunker, and Evan hasn't gotten much ringer status slack). So the show can have their best season ever, best final 3 ever, most competitive season/finals ever, and have their designated best dancer who already had it locked up week 1 take it all, and try and make it seem like no one saw the final 2 coming. Erin and Evan came in, learned, improved, took their lumps, and gained new fans. Hopefully this entices the show to give Anna and Maks better partners more often.
That is what I'm not sure on. I'm going to assume so, unless they have to learn yet another routine and/or they both (final 2) are performing their previous or new quick steps. Their quick step was a good one, and early on enough to where Evan can show improvement on it, plus it went over well with the judges and audience.So, are Evan/Anna repeating several of their previous dance routines?
I think they have built their momentum to make it to the Finals 2 but the judge control of the final points concerns me. No matter what . . . I am rooting for Evan/Anna until the glass trophy is in their hands!
I have to say, I'm slightly disappointed they didn't do more to acknowledge the 10th season of the show. This was the show everyone laughed at and the tacky mirrorball designers admitted they just threw something together because they didn't think they'd be making another of those trophies.