Last night's "Dancing With the Stars" results show continued its tribute to Stevie Wonder. The show also featured performances by Olly Murs and will.i.am, as well as a Macy's Stars of Dance performance.
Last night's show was a bit of a mixed bag. Here's a look at some of the highlights and lowlights from the results show.
Highlight: Stevie Sings Us In and Out of Commercial
We loved seeing Stevie sing us out of commercial, especially when accompanied by the pro dancers.
Lowlight: Contestants Butcher His Songs In Karaoke Montage
We 're not sure why they chose to air that karaoke montage of the contestants butchering "Signed, Sealed, Delivered." It's no wonder that after hearing them sing, Stevie (jokingly) decided that he would rather do "Splash" instead of "Dancing With the Stars."
And was I the only one who was creeped out by Bruno's "oh yeah, baby, yeah"?
Highlight: Ingo's Son is a Celebrity
Ingo Rademacher's son, Peanut, is quite the charmer. He's happily greeting the contestants after their performances, and getting himself invited to the after parties. Apparently, this little guy is ready to take over his daddy's job.
Lowlight: He is a Bigger Celebrity than Some of the Contestants
Peanut didn't seem all that starstruck when he was interacting with the performers. Then again, he's probably a bigger celebrity than some of the contestants on the show.
Highlight: Sean Lands In the Bottom Two
We were glad to see "Bachelor" Sean Lowe land in the bottom two. The guy is completely wooden and rhythmically challenged. As much as I enjoy seeing hot guys take their shirts off (I'm looking at you Maks and Val), Sean's waxed chest and armpits can only take him so far in this competition.
Lowlight: Sean & Catherine Are a Ticking Time Bomb
After the "Bachelor" finale, I gave Sean and Catherine about a 50/50 chance of making it. Now I'm wondering if the damage has been done. Sean seems to be turning into this season's Jake Pavelka. And Catherine seems almost embarrassed to be there.
Highlight: The Right Person Went Home
The right person went home this week. Victor Ortiz was the weakest of the remaining dancers. Last night, his partner Lindsay Arnold did all the work, while Victor was the prop, barely waddling his way through that performance.
As much as I would have loved to see the hammer fall on Sean and Peta Murgatroyd, Sean deserves another week on the show. He at least seems to be trying. Also returning next week are Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough, Aly Raisman and Mark Ballas, Zendaya and Val Chmerkovskiy, Ingo and Kym Johnson, and Jacoby Jones and Karina Smirnoff.
Andy Dick and Sharna Burgess landed in the bottom 3 but were granted a reprieve.
Lowlight: He Seemed Ready To Leave
It's one thing to see a contestant go out with a fighting spirit. For all of D.L. Hughley's abrasive mannerisms, at least he seemed to be putting his heart into it.
But unlike D.L, Victor seemed to have mentally checked out, like he didn't want to be there anymore. Did it have anything to do with his girl problems? Or was he simply frustrated by his lack of natural dance ability? Either way, it's just as well that the voters put him out of his misery.
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