Dancing With The Stars

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Pec Envy

Tom reminds us that Gilles and Cheryl got a perfect score last week; the last person to get a perfect score so early was Sabrina, and she was eliminated the next week. Anyway, I would argue that Gilles and Cheryl's routine last week was in the top five routines I've EVER seen on this show, and I've watched every episode. This week, they have to take on the paso doble. And Gilles is shirtless at the beginning until Cheryl comes up behind him and puts a toreador jacket on him. It's interesting because it's supposed to be a fighting dance, but I don't know if Gilles can do anything BUT seduction. There's a ton of fancy footwork, and the ending is quite amazing, with Gilles rolling Cheryl down his body and then delivering the death blow. I don't think it was quite as mesmerizing as last week, but it was still the best we've seen so far tonight. The audience goes nuts.

Carrie Ann can barely be heard over the catcalls in the audience. She thought it was breathtaking, and admires how they take it to the core and essence of the dance. Len liked the passion and fire, but he thought it was a bit hectic in places. Tom teases him for not liking Gilles' opening with his top off, and says that Len has pec envy. Bruno yells about the sexual tension and how great it was. Gilles' wife must be very secure. Backstage, Gilles says how much he loves feeding off the audience's energy. Scores: Carrie Ann 10, Len 9 and Bruno 10.

Last week, Steve-O ended up in the bottom three, and could only laugh at getting the same score that he did the week before when he was injured. During rehearsal, some of Steve-O's Jackass buddies show up to buck him up, including Johnny Knoxville and Wee Man. They have the Viennese waltz this week, and Steve-O is dressed like a mime. He even incorporates some mime into the beginning of his routine. He gets the footwork down, but there's really no musicality in his moves, and his back is still strangely stiff. And there's no expression in his face. I'm not sure if that's part of the mime thing or what, but he looks dead. I think he's next to go.

Len thought it was Steve-O's best routine so far. Bruno thought Steve-O's timing was much better tonight, even if he still has a lot of work to do on the technique. Carrie Ann liked the sweet innocence and the schtick worked for her, but he needs to work on his posture for next week. Backstage, Samantha can't really get out a question about setbacks, unsurprisingly. Scores: Carrie Ann 6, Len 6, and Bruno 6. That's their best score yet, even if it's the lowest score so far tonight.

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