Meanwhile, Brandy and Maks Chmerkovskiy are continuing last night's fight.Impressive momentum, though it appears to be interfering with their technique because they are classified "in jeopardy." Kyle and Lacey do an encore presentation per the judges' request, right before a caterwauling singer named Janelle Monet takes the stage. The Situation is now talking about not knowing what "musicality" means - sure, we believe you, man - and soon realizes that if you don't have it it means you're in "jeopardy." Florence Henderson and Corky Ballas find out they're safe and hug after Florence says something weird about locking hips with some guy. Joining them are Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas, who hug when they find out they're safe.“When you have two single people in a room and you are spending so much time together, it’s natural to have chemistry and to be curious,” longtime pro Cheryl Burke tells The Post.
The bottom two are The Situation and Michael Bolton - no surprise there. Bolton is disappointed but his partner is proud of him, even though he wore a bizarre mask last week.
Bolton gives her a kiss but you can see the anger inside him.
Regardless, Brooke Burke reminds us of the "electric highs" (Jennifer Grey's "bionic bunny," presumably) and the "doggy dog lows" (Michael Bolton, goodbye) of Monday night.
After undeservingly landing in the bottom two last week, Kyle Massey and Lacey Schwimmer are where they deserve - safe.
I think Mark also smelled her neck at one point - there's somethin' going on there.