Brandy and her partner Maks have been doing a lot of quick hugs and kissing. Even though their performance was great and full of energy, it was kind of weird to see. The transition between the two is improving through the weeks because they are getting along more. I’m hoping innocent Brandy isn’t falling for business-oriented Maks. He seems to keep their relationship on a professional level and want the best for their time on the show. Last week Brandy stated that she hasn’t had a boyfriend in six years. Although she has admitted the two are not dating, their chemistry seems to show she may welcome more than just friends.
Former Brady Bunch mom, Florence adds her spice to the stage while dancing to the Brady Bunch song. She may have missed a beat on stage but she is still an entertaining performer. She too kissed her partner Corky. Is kissing the new trend for opposite sex friends? Seeing one more partner kiss must mean a sign of “well done” and congratulations.
Audrina and her partner Tony didn’t seem to have enough chemistry on stage. Tony’s idea for having Audrina eat an onion didn’t seem to work during her performance as judges felt her face was disconnected from the rest of her body. A better performance came right after with Kyle and Lacey. The two were having fun on stage even though being criticized by Len. The rest of the dancers seem to have more of a friendlier relationship on stage. Brandy and Maks had the most chemistry on stage leading the other dancers at 27 points.
When the chemistry starts winding down for the night, out comes Cheryl and Rick Fox with the Rumba. Their performance was smooth and romantic. It almost appears as if Rick Fox has never had an injury to deal with. Jennifer’s relationship with her partner is just the opposite. Their love-hate relationship on and off stage made dancing appear kind of fake on stage, however the performance was really well. Tune in Tuesday night on ABC to see who America has chosen to stay and which dance partner will have to go.