Janette and Evan then have a rumba with Tony and Melanie. Oh, Evan. This is not his strong suit, but he is ready to give it a go. They dance to Kris Allen's version of "Heartless," amusingly enough. So it seems like it could be a trainwreck, but Evan does OK. (Tough to pull off a black lace shirt, though, for anyone.) He does bobble a couple of times that I notice, though. Janette seems spot on, but she should be. Nigel says he loved the choreography but says it is an exceptionally hard style to get votes with because it is so smooth. He says Janette has it down pat and that Evan didn't show any passion in his face. "You've got heavy eyelids, which sometimes makes you look kind of drowsy. ... If you don't perform with your face, you lack chemistry." Ellen says she doesn't know what she's talking about, but she loves Evan's face and eyes and that he doesn't look like everyone else in this town. She also thinks Janette was just amazing. Mary says Evan did a really good job with some tough choreography and was right there for Janette the whole time. She tells Janette that Tony and Melanie just added to her flavor. Mia agrees with Ellen and says that not everyone has to be the sexpot ... "What you bring to the stage Evan, there's not a lot of people who can do that. We celebrate you and we love you. ... I was like, ooh, I don't know if I want to see him be sexy, but you know what, you did it. ... But you did it with a Zoolander face." Hee!