Leah is this season's slim-down success story. Tonight's dress really shows off how much her body has changed from all the dancing.

Judges' Scores: Carrie Ann: 9; Len: 9; Bruno: 9 

Corbin Bleu & Karina Smirnoff

with Witney Carson


They're incorporating some Broadway and some tap dance into the routine. Witney still looks so young.

They've got Corbin front and centerto start, with Witney and Karina in the background. It stays like this through a lot of the routine. And if ever there was a routine that made you yell "RINGER" at your tv, it's this one.

Carrie Ann is standing up out of her chair and stays standing to say that it may have been the best routine she's seen in all the seasons of the show. She also says that he did Fosse proud. Then she says something that gets silenced out - no idea what. Bruno says for his generation Bob Fosse was the absolute top and that Corbin lived up to his standard tonight.

Judges' Scores: Carrie Ann: 10; Len: 10; Bruno: 10

Jack Osbourne & Cheryl Burke

with Sharna Burgess

Cheryl says she chose to work with Sharna because they have similar personalities. Jack clarifies that this means they're both bossy.

THey're dancing to a song from "The Jungle Book," but it's some sort of Jack saves Cheryl from Sharna the tiger set-up. C'MON. ABC is owned by Disney and this is the best you can do?

But I'll take this moment to say how much I've warmed up to Jack Osbourne over the course of this season - he's funny, charming, and game.

Len says the technique in some places wasn't so good, but the fun of it all was incredible. Bruno says it was fun to watch. Carrie Ann says it was great to see him be a bit looney, but that his technique went out the window a little bit. 

Judges' Scores: Carrie Ann: 8; Len: 8; Bruno: 9 

Coming back from commercial, three of the female troupe members do a little bumper dance that's them in the Catholic schoolgirl outfits. They rip open their shirts to reveal red bras for the rest of the number. It's not in the best taste. I have a REAL problem with the whole "schoolgirl" thing. Yuck, DWTS, don't do that again.

Bill Engvall & Emma Slater

with Peta Murgatroyd

This is a candy-coated acid trip with a comedian dancing poorly. 

Bruno says the rhythm and the timing were off. Carrie Ann doesn't know what to say and quietly whimpers, "That was weird." She rallies to say that Bill is living the fantasy on the dancefloor. 

Judges' Scores: Carrie Ann: 7; Len: 7; Bruno: 7