The first couple is Mya and Dmitry Chaplin, with the quickstep. I'm hoping choreographer Dmitry lessens the gimmickry a little. But in rehearsal, Mya says she doesn't want to change what they're doing to please the judges and maybe end up alienate the audience. Ruh-roh! But actually, this is really charming, and they're interacting, and they seem to have upped the technique factor, too. Incidentally, I love when, during a performance, you can see the judges (usually Bruno) standing up and peering over the table to really see the footwork. This time, you can also see him tap-tap-tapping on the table in rhythm with the song to check whether she's on beat and then clapping for her after the sequence. Len says his priority is how you dance and her priority is the wow factor. He says he was disappointed tonight because he couldn't find anything to criticize. That was a fabulous fakeout! Bruno Tonioli: "Ladies and gentlemen, this is quality!" Carrie Ann Inaba says they made the difficult and intricate quickstep look easy. She loved it. Scores: 9-10-10, 29/30. A 10 from Len! They are thrilled!