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The competition grew twice as difficult this week on "Dancing with the Stars" as the remaining couples had to learn two dances -- their own routines, plus a group hip-hop performance. Michael Flatley sat in for Len Goodman, who was taking a break due to a busy travel schedule.
Maurice & Cheryl: After some turmoil last week, ex-Olympic sprinter Maurice Greene and his partner Cheryl Burke had to take on a traditional ballroom dance for the first time since Week 1 -- the Viennese waltz. Last time, they scored three 6's. What would happen this time? Michael called it "slow and graceful" but that sometimes the timing could have been a little better. Carrie Ann Inaba liked it but said that the couple had to work on its chemistry. Bruno Tonioli said it lacked fluidity and was a little bit "raggedy." Scores: 7, 7, and 7. Total: 21.
Lance & Lacey: Lance Bass' partner Lacey Schwimmer took some heat from the judges last week for outshining him too much and not giving him a chance to take the ...
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Bruno Tonioli - Judge
[to Cloris Leachman
My darling, you gotta be the only person in the world able to sell such nonsense as a cha-cha-cha... and people buy it! They buy it!
Written by James Fauntleroy
, 'Eric "Blue Tooth' Griggs', Mike Di Scala
, Harvey Mason Jr.
, Damon Thomas
and Steve Russell
Performed by Jordin Sparks
and Chris Brown See more