Noelle and Russell work with Tony and Melanie on the samba. Noelle interviews that it's really hard, except for the hip action, that she has that part totally down. I think she would have been better served to keep that to herself because in the parts of the performance that were exclusively hip-shaking, sure, she had it. But in others, where, say, they were traveling across the floor and she should have been shaking her hips at the same time, she didn't as much. And when you're dancing to "Hips Don't Lie" by Shakira, you're going to be held to a high standard. Again, not that it was bad. Just could have been better. Adam says it was "a little too nice," that because they are so sweet, they didn't get into the "nasty party" part of the dance. Mary says there wasn't enough compression and bounce in the foot, so it felt a little shallow. Still, she loved their performance level, especially Russell's spirit. But she was a little disaapointed. Nigel says Shakira, who is performing tomorrow, oozes sexuality, and he needed more from Noelle in that regard. He says it felt a little clinical. To Russell, he says it's crazy that he doesn't have other lessons.