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Amber gets to choose from a wild leopard print blouse with black pants or a ravishing red wrap dress with an elaborate necklace.
While Raja plays with her hair, Mary’s options are a charming maroon wrap dress with plunging neckline or a sassy blue, heart-shaped blouse to accentuate the décolletage and pencil skirt.
Sinead picks from a sophisticated jersey draped Grecian maxi-dress or a beguiling lace pencil skirt and black top with draped neckline and peek-a-boo shoulders.
Raja places the product and it’s on to dance class, with a new Dean of Dance, Adam Cook, who’s choreographed for American Idol. Oh, Jamal Sims. I’m sorry for making fun of Footloose. Anyway, he’s there to teach the women how to “shake it up” to…What’s Love Got to Do with It? Why? The other songs had some connection to the theme, but I guess Fat Bottomed Girls or Back That Thang Up would be rude.
Adam’s showing the women their “signature move” and rolling his shoulders and hips and ass like his bones are elastic, while Mary and Raja are all “Nice ass,” and Pandora thinks they’re going to learn to move those curves.
In fairness, though, it does make sense that he got all the women (and Raja because she’s a perv) all atwitter. He’s pretty cute and not nearly as judgmental as the other Deans of Dance.
Mary’s singing the same old song about being insecure about her weight and Adam just tells her to let go and embrace who she is while he shimmies and shakes that ass. Sinead, whatever, but Adam thinks she really needs to sell the performance with her face. In hindsight, he’s probably rethinking that advice.
Amber’s trying to get the moves down but her face is pretty stern. Sharon yells out from the audience to give her face but Amber tells Adam her ankle’s really bothering her so she’s focusing more on learning the steps to not worrying about the pain. He vagues that she’s going to need to sell the performance. And this just in, the sky is blue.
Has Morgan ever seen a woman in person? Since most of us don’t have beards, we don’t wear enough make up to cover our eyebrows. Just an FYI, Morgan.
FILLER! Mary’s still concerned that she can’t pop it and Sinead, whatever. The queens are here.