It was one of those mid-term episodes this weekend. The score was banana, we defeated two men (Robert Webb withdrew and Ugo Monnier was injured), and Mozzi missed a synchronized sitting.
It made me realize how much I depend on that little momentary match to give me peace. I couldn’t relax for the rest of the show. But at least we’ve reached the point where we can survive all 11 dances without the need for a comfortable break.
The first to dance were Rose and Giovanni, and as always, I realized that I love every movement of Rose. She was bottling the sun on the floor and the pants designed to float when she chased were perfect. After last week’s four nines, they won 27 cheeky but flawed. Shirley’s 6 seemed particularly tough.
Tom and Amy became completely traditional in the first ballroom and foxtrotting to “Fly Me to the Moon.” Especially, I was impressed by the feather step of the curve. There were many elegant and exquisite words, but mistakes were mentioned. They managed only a few points above Rose and Gio.
Tilly’s Paso surprised me with the attack, but for some reason her eyes didn’t dance exactly the same. Craig talked about “half an investment” and, despite its impressive form, I understood what he meant. Mozzi and Shirley thought Craig was speaking from a glittering bowler hat, and Anton agreed that it was her best dance.
Greg and Karen were given the disgraceful task of separating “Makarena” from its image as the most annoying song in history.He was dressed as an extra from Bringing overseas I was forced to “enjoy” by pointing a gun.
“Do you like shirts?” He asked desperately when the judge lowered both barrels and Craig recovered his first week’s “3” paddle. pain. On the other hand, I’m obviously my mother, so I was happy to see Karen’s long hair coming back.
It was John and Johannes’ unique introduction of American Smooth that brought us back to the ballroom. When Johannes was lifted by his partner, I melted a bit, and it’s how much trust his regular partner should have when he’s throwing them around his shoulders. Had a blow to. The only judge who wasn’t on board was Craig, saying they seemed to be playing a club in heaven. The rest of the known world marveled at its chemistry and its indescribably beautiful shape created by John’s body.
Squirrel and Nancy actually made sure that Salsa’s routine didn’t double the TV playback speed, so it was so difficult and steep that the eyeballs could barely catch up. It swelled with tricks and quick changes, but the judge (now struggling to tell the squirrel other than “Christ, slow down”) has a more contained foundation and he controls his movements. I was looking for. To me he was just a blur.
Sarah again caused a collective jaw fall with her beautiful tango. All the judges agreed that she was a phenomenal student and a different dancer than the one timid foal of the week. There were many nines. Every week she is starting to look like more competitors.
When Dan Walker steps on the floor, he remembers the amiable hat rack. He is a good person. They always compliment his performance and choke him with compliments like “better than last week”. But you can say he has a flat lining.
Craig’s “5” was mean, but when the judges keep up with your “long legs”, it’s a personality, you know you’re running out of road. Still, he made friends with MC Hammer on Twitter, so it’s not a completely wasted week.
It was her training video that was sentimental and traumatic, as it was little evidence of a judge that Judy showed a moving waltz in honor of her deceased parents. They all loved the feeling, but even Craig said he wasn’t going to let his “4” paddle talk and list what’s wrong with it. I hope the inside story of this keeps her away from the drop zone this week.
Adam and Katya’s long-awaited Argentine tango put them in a much stronger position this week. The lift was spectacular and I especially loved Katya’s human board in the air. “We’re back!” She roared as they ran up the stairs to Claudia. This is the woman who wants to win. This week I believed she could actually do it.
As a show closer, AJ and Kai’s samba looked absolutely gorgeous, but the judges adopted her technique. This is what you would expect from such a good person after a little over a month of dance training. However, Craig, who apparently forgot to hit the nicotine patch before off, might want to hit around the chop with that “5” paddle. It was a “5” performance in everyone’s book.
To surprise everyone again, Sarah and Aljazz finished the top of the board, and Greg and Karen raised the rear.
Murder on the dance floor: Greg is starting to get tired this week. Latin is a weakness and it is unclear if public support is sufficient to close the widening gap between him and other disciplines.
You are my favorite: I’m an Argentine tango sucker, but I wanted to see Adam and Katya more on the ground.
Rehearsal video Bingo: Again, it was poor Dan and Nadia who had to take the train to the countryside to dance at his old school. It’s completely pointless, but it’s a good morning for kids.
Memorable moments: Sarah’s dance was my favorite with Craig’s barely hidden anger at Mozzi, who “screamed in German all the time.” He cannot approach so much joy without PPE.
Most improved: I’m technically lazy and can only go for elements of joy, so every time Rose delicately puts his foot on the floor, I happily lift my seat. I think she also had those pants.