Dancing With The Stars Recap: When Classical Turns Topless Recap and Commentary by RTVC Staff Writer Melissa Stavarski
May 1, 2012
He’s keeping up well with Cheryl’s instruction in rehearsal, but we’re reminded of his ankle injury.
Their dance is decidedly romantic. The fog in the first half of the dance covers most of their footwork – unfortunate or convenient? Despite his injury, William moves gracefully.
Carrie Ann commends William’s ability to tell a story with his dance. She adds, he brought the romance to life this week.
Len says, “I wasn’t exactly transported to Vienna, but I was close. I was in Austria.”
Cheryl asks Tom, “That’s close, right?” Oh, Cheryl, don’t quit your day job.
Bruno says he captured the purity of the dance and showed vulnerability.
Carrie Ann gives them a nine, Len gives them a nine, and Bruno gives them a nine. 27 out of 30.
Dancing the Argentine Tango, Roshon Fegan and Chelsie Hightower are next.
Roshon feels like he has a lot to prove this week, especially after being saved after the dance duel last week.
Roshon enlists Val’s help to teach him how to be more of a man and how to take the lead.
Is Lady Gaga a classical composer now? An instrumental version of “Bad Romance” is an interesting choice.
Overall, I think they did a good job.
The Dancing with the Stars logo was shown for a few seconds in the middle. Considering that and the camera focusing solely on Roshon as they walked to the judges table, I’m speculating that Chelsie lost her top during the dance.
Len likes the transitions into the lifts and feels like the dance looked clean and confident.
Bruno agrees with Len but adds that Roshon needs to work on the strength in his legs.
Carrie Ann loves it! She got out of her seat to give Roshon a hug and speak directly into his face.
Carrie Ann gives them a nine, Len gives them an eight, and Bruno gives them an eight for 25 out of 30.
Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd are next, dancing the Viennese Waltz.
Last week, Len challenged Peta to step up her game where her routines are concerned. Peta plans to do just that and Donald is up for the challenge, of course.
Competition is in his blood. He doesn’t even let his kids win marbles, man. Peta plans for a professional-grade routine with reverse spins and fleckerls.
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