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Nigel gives Sonya a tongue bath before moving onto the dancers. He loves how Amelia has buried her quirkiness in order to immerse herself in this routine, and he thinks the pair of them are lucky both to have each other and Sonya’s choreography. He thinks they are brilliant dancers.
We move on now to Amber and Nick. They’ve got a tango with old friends of the show Miriam Larici and Leonardo Barrionuevo. Here’s the thing about these two: the numbers they’ve done as guest performers are always stunning, but I can’t remember EVER liking a tango that they’ve choreographed for others to dance. Honestly, I think a lot of what makes them so great is their chemistry, not necessarily the steps that they are putting together.
Plech. It’s so painfully obvious that Amber loathes Nick. I don’t blame her, but she should probably try to hide it a little bit. I don’t think her obvious disdain is helping her any either. There’s no heat or passion in this performance and honestly, I’m ready for both of them to go.
Adam thinks it was hot. He must be smoking crack.
Nigel is all about Amber in this performance. He also thinks Nick was strong. Mary says it was a great routine and an extremely difficult routine. She tells them they made it look easy and she was in awe. I completely disagree with all three of these crackheads.
We’re getting another Sonya routine. This time around it’s a jazz piece choreographed for Audrey and Matthew. Sonya says it’s all about a robotic power struggle between men and women. Whatever that means.
LOVE it. These two also built on their performance from the previous week, although I would have really liked to see them with something a little more different. Yes, they got jazz instead of contemporary, but there isn’t much of a leap between the two. I just wish there had been more of a contrast to really show them off. I don’t want it to seem like I didn’t enjoy the dance because I did.
This routine earns Sonya another tongue bathing from Nigel.
He says he loves this darker style and then gets up to give his impression of what he calls the “stank steps”. He’s a jackass. He says he can’t believe they’re the same couple that did the beautiful love routine last week. He thinks they’re both absolutely incredible.
Mary says they’re definitely one of her favorite couples. She loved this. Adam tells Audrey that up until the green mile he was still in doubt about her, but not anymore. Then he tells Matthew that this season could be his to lose if he keeps going like this.