Dancing With The Stars All Stars: Carrie Ann Tells Emmitt Smith That Apolo Ohno Is Way Better Than Him
Sabrina Bryan and her dance partner Louie Van Amstel want to step it up this week because they were in third last week. They were so passionate about said “stepping up” they literally flew up some steps which resulted in Sabrina cutting her arm. Fortunately, she was well enough to perform.
Bruno thinks Sabrina channeled some major Ginger Rogers. “A true dazzler,” he says. Carrie Ann cheers and hoots. She thinks everything was great overall. Len Goodman thinks her upper body was under control.
Carrie Ann gives them a 9, Len and Bruno an 8.5.
Kirstie Alley gets stressed out by her partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy who seems to be overworking her. He wants to train her like she’s 20 years old and not 60. Is she either? Kirstie says she’s “three lifetimes of Shawn.” HA!
They go for the jive. Kirstie looks strangely good in her stringy black dress and short black wig that’s very reminiscent of Catherine Zeta-Jones’ Chicago performance.
Carrie Ann seems scared. She squeaks out, “Mamacita!” then makes a comment about Kirstie being “the most mature” out of the group. Len says it was “neat and precise” and that it was a great improvement from last week. Bruno says, next time- get the cash first.
All three judges give them 7s.
Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke dance the quick step. Len thinks the frame wasn’t quite right but it was good overall. Bruno is surprisingly very calm and agrees with Len. Carrie Ann warns that the race car driver and speed skater did better this week. Are the judges just tired or just want to make them feel terrible? Cheryl Burke is probably planning next week’s dance as we speak.
Emmitt makes it clear he is NOT scared of Apolo or Helio.
All three judges give them a 7.5.