Brant's had a rough week with an injured foot, a lost phone, and a mugging. Poor guy.
Hurt foot or not, Brant's really selling the routine with personality.
Len says it had speed and control, despite an occasional issue with his right shoulder. Bruno says he was the perfect "matinee idol." Carrie Ann says he's fantastic, with great musicality and great lines. She tells him to go ice his foot now.
Judges' Scores: Carrie Ann: 9; Len: 9; Bruno: 9
Valerie Harper & Tristan MacManus
Their premise is Grace Kelly and Freddie Mercury dancing together. OK, sure.
Tristan is sporting a Freddie Mercury mustache and some very, very tight pants. I am actually not complaining about either. There is more than one visible mistake on Valerie's part and you can see Tristan telling Valerie the steps.
Bruno says it looks like Grace and Freddie never met before tonight. He acknowledges there were many mistakes. Carrie Ann says she lost her way through most of the routine, but she still gave it star power.
Judges' Scores: Carrie Ann: 6; Len: 5; Bruno: 5
Fair enough. She forgot most of the routine. When she agrees with the scores, Tom tells her she's the most understanding contestant they've ever had.
Bill Engvall & Emma Slater
"William Tell Overture," AKA "The Lone Ranger" theme song
Bill's going to be the Lone Ranger, because that was his hero when he was a kid. It's a fun routine, but somewhat surprising for lacking the cape element in any form.
Carrie Ann says he nailed the paso. She adds that their synchronization was perfect. Len says he loved the Lone Ranger as a kid and that if Bill had come out on Silver, he'd have gotten a 10.
Judges' Scores: Carrie Ann: 8; Len: 8; Bruno: 8
Amber Riley & Derek Hough
Some weird song from the "Great Gatsby" remake that flopped earlier this year.