Nigel seemed practically angry about the performance, which was a pity because I think Karla actually did a good job and it was clear she was upset by the vehemence of the criticism.
Then again, Nigel just had neck surgery so maybe he was crabby.
“It made me so happy because Ricky and I have been working so hard,” Ramirez said after the judge’s comments.
Tony Basil also, like all the other judges, fell all over Kayla.
Kayla is clearly the judges' favorite, but still not mine (yet, anyway).
His idea of Janette's "rocking" was basically her showing devil horns and sticking her tongue out constantly.
However, Brandon showed off his hip-hop chops much to the judges' delight, so that will work in his favor.
Melissa Sandvig and Ade Obayomi danced a Tony Meredith rumba, and I must say, for a senior citizen, Melissa looked amazing in her dress.
I thought she and Ade made a sexy pair onstage although to my eyes the rumba lacked a little crispness, which was understandable since neither are ballroom dancers.
I actually find myself preferring Janette over Brandon in this couple, maybe because she seems to be the dark horse of the pair.
Our first new pair of the season, Kayla Radomski and Kupono Aweau, performed a Jean-Marc Généreux Viennese Waltz.
“You never know, when it comes to eliminations because sometimes America will like things and the judges don’t,” Miranda Maleski said after Wednesday’s show.
I am worried about Mary Murphy's mental health. " repeated after each comment she made about everyone. While Mary did actually have a few things to shout about tonight, the episode didn't get off to a great start.
Brandon acted like Janette had the craziest idea ever with her interest in finance, which I thought was funny.