Carrie Ann calls it “true dancing” and loves the way he found the story in the music. Len says he’s “up and down like a fiddler’s elbow”, but this week he was up. Bruno calls him “ethereal” without being salacious. They get a 27.
Roshon Fegan and Chelsie Hightower (25/30) – They outdanced an elderly woman to remain in the competition last week. I hope they’re proud of themselves. This week, Roshon is determined to impress the judges and wants to make a comeback. He visits Val Chmerkovskiy to learn how to be a man. Now I totally want to make a video where Ron Swanson and Val debate manliness. It’s the Argentine Tango, which is always a favorite for me. He’s really taking the lead, which is nice to see. For some reason, the camera cuts away from them for about five seconds, and all I can tell is that the audience is really enjoying something. I really liked the precision here – he’s got crazy pipe-cleaner limbs and he’s putting them to good use here. They both crack up just before the end, because they’re young.