Macy Gray is next, and I can say without a doubt that I am expecting a massive train wreck. She says she signed up because her mom was really excited about the idea, so she agreed. She's partnered with Jonathan Roberts, and their first dance is the Viennese waltz. In rehearsals, she is very all over the place and wants to revolutionize the waltz. "Not in the first week," Jonathan tells her. Hee. She is just so loosey-goosey, but during the performance, she kind of gets it together. My reaction, though, isn't, "Wow, she's such a great dancer," but, "WOW, Jonathan is an amazing choreographer." I think he managed to work with her strengths and give her a few moves where she could be more free and feel comfortable. Basically, I thought it was going to be truly awful, but it was pretty OK. Carrie Ann: "Macy, that was fascinating. There is something fascinating to watch about you. Your technique ... I can't even go there. When you perform, there is a such a natural genuineness to you ... that it was beautiful in its own bizarre way." Len says says she showed vulnerability and charm and that if he was at home, he would be voting for her. Bruno says she is endearing and that "it was like watching a child take its first steps into a scary new world. What's happening here? Who am I? What am I doing? ... Reach out and touch!" (He sings the last part. I can't explain how funny that was.) Backstage, Samantha interviews them, and Macy says she's just so glad to get the first dance out of the way and that she "busted my cherry" (strangely, the censors bleep this by canceling out the word busting). They cut to the judges, and Carrie Ann is DYING laughing. Scores: 6-5-4 (Carrie Ann and Bruno can barely say the numbers.) Going into the break, Tom says, "By the way, Macy's going to have a little dance jubilee after the show." Laughing ... too ... hard ... can't ... type. I pause to recover, and man, he looks proud of that line! Hey look, it has turned into a train wreck, just not during the dance like I was expecting.