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Mary: "I'm certainly out of my mind over this couple right now! She says the guys were "fabulous" and suggests Tabitha and Napoleon played it just right.
George is "definitely going up every week" and was "really rocking out", and she agrees with Nigel that Tiffany was getting down.
He agrees that Amber has finally let her feelings out on stage (she was "so strong), while Brandon is really thinking about his dances and not just lifting willy-nilly.
But Brandon Dareian & Janelle Janelle reveals that Dareian is a bit of a skateboarding daredevil, while Dareian confesses that Janelle loves to write raps (he calls it "pretty strange but kind of cute", though we do get to see some of Janelle's raps and I'm leaning towards "strange", to be honest.) Anyway, Pasha's helping them out with their cha cha this week, which Janelle says is fun but "so incredibly hard". But can their performance to Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Call Me Maybe' please the judges?
He warns that George looked like he was getting a little tired at the end and needs to keep his energy up, but Tiffany "got down"!
He says he was "very, very happy" with her performance.
Still, there's a hip hop routine to perform, choreographed by Tabitha and Napoleon.
Since Tabs is pregnant, it's baby-based - Tiffany and George will be babysitters going insane! B & Nicki Minaj's 'Out of My Mind' - it's good fun!
He doesn't know if she was nervous, but there was just no connection between Dareian and Janelle. seriously, while Cole reveals that his partner has a phobia of feet (this is fun, because we get to see her squealing at various feet.Excellent.) But they're taking on a contemporary routine from Mandy Moore this time - Cole will represent "hate" and the "negative energy of the world", while Lindsay is a "light free spirit that's trying to be positive".Their routine to Charlotte Martin's cover of 'Wild Horses' is pretty beautiful, but what will the judges think?Ray says the most important thing for the couple to demonstrate is their sexuality, since they've only just been put together.Well, they don't need to worry about that - their routine (set to Aretha's 'Dr Feelgood') is super tactile, close and, um, sexy.
It's no surprise Mary is fanning herself by the end of it...