Now that made me dizzy, but great job Apolo! My other favorite of thhe night. That deserves the top of the leaderboard for now.
Karina's got great choreography.
The good thing is, if those who get the jive this week stick around, they're past what's probably typically the hardest dance (well, along with the rumba) for most of the stars. Really, with all the ballroom dances there are, couldn't they put something else in there one season. Stars did better with the jitterbug and lindy, for instance.
Okay, MUCH better costumes on Apollo and Karina this week--and a much better song for a quickstep than "Redneck Woman" too.
Uh, Bristol--THIS is what a quickstep looks like.
Well, let's see if she kicks him on the show.
Best dance of the nights so far. Bristol watch how it's done.
You could be the juiciest, most ripe peach, but there is still going to be someone who doesn't like peaches.
Wow - they are the team to beat - great job
Len: gold medal. Combined two of the big assets-speed with control. Bruno says determination pays off, footwork was incredible, CA: she's flirting, says he was truly driving the dance.
Apolo and Karina SURE cut a rug!!!!!!!!!!!1
My FAVORITE, so FAR!
Len liked it. Bruno liked it (and yeah, the footwork WAS incredible!).
CA liked it. And she gave only the tiniest of drools, too!!!!!!!
ETA . . .
"In a world of pollution, profanity, adolescence, broccoli, zits, ozone depletion, racism, sexism, stupid guys and PMS, why the hell do people still tell me to have a nice day?" - Unknown
Brooke brings up when Apolo competed the first time, Karina was with Billy Ray.
Definitely deserved 9s.
Len says it combines speed and control. Doesn't surprise me that a short track speed skater has those two qualities. I remember thinking the first time I heard he was cast (in his original season, I mean) that he was likely to do well, because he's coordinated and his sport requires quickness and secure footwork (or bladework). And that he could always hip check the other guys in group numbers.
Sabrina/Louis up next. Meh.