Well, could be the results knocked us backwards and we’re still sluggish, but better late than never Yakksters! Tuesday night brought us another goodbye from the ballroom and honestly, I wasn’t that surprised by who went. To be completely truthful, I was rather nonplussed by the entire episode, even with the producers attempt at a “WTH?!?” fake out with the bottom group (does anyone seriously think the bottom three is really the bottom three, or rather the actual couple leaving and two other couples the producers throw in for dramatic effect?).
Jennifer Hudson was there…but then again, she’s everywhere, including my TV murdering a perfectly fine Nina Simone song. Not that J.Hud doesn’t have a great voice, but I’m sick of hearing her sing it every single dang day on my TV too. It’s to the point that it rivals my distaste for the Swiffer commercials and that says alot. So, she sang a couple songs, she sang really well, etc. etc. etc. Not really a fan here. Congrats on the baby though, he’s a doll.
Then there was a Swan Lake performance during the Macy’s Star of Dance segment that was pretty cool too. During all this, couples found out if they were safe or in “jeopardy” a.k.a. “the red light of doom”. The three couples in jeopardy were Mark/Chelsea, Petra/Dmitry and Sugar Ray/Anna. It was at that point I was saying bye bye to a particular person, but oh let’s draw out the drama even more ABC! Petra and Dmitry, you’re safe. Mark and Chelsea, you had the highest scores the previous night and danced to a very recognizable classical piece if you’re a Harry Potter fan. They’re in the bottom two, heck three even…suuuuuuuuuuure. So it was down to them and Sugar Ray/Anna. Did anyone even need Bergeron to announce it? Bye bye Sugar Ray, you were endearing.
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