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That marked a big improvement from Susan’s previous scores, and gave her a 45 for the double dance tally.
Joining the better dancers of the week was Cody Linley, whose appropriately youthful tango with Julianne Hough helped erase the memory of his previous haphazard jive.
Raunchy with a capital 'Arrr' Coming as a surprise to absolutely no one, the top spot once again went to this season’s reigning “Dancing” queen, Brooke Burke, who steamed up the dance floor alongside partner Derek Hough with a sexy samba.
Too sexy, if you asked head judge Goodman, who didn’t care for Derek’s partial striptease or the body-banging maneuvers throughout the dance.
But Bruno Tonioli loved it, and found it “raunchy with a capital ‘Arrrrr’.” With final judge Carrie Ann Inaba firmly on the side of Team Bruno, Brooke danced away with a 26 and a two-week total of 54.
Lance Bass and Lacey Schwimmer have had a hard time trying to figure out what the judges want from them.
The number was a big hit with the panel, and prompted Len to dub Lance, “Sir Dancealot” before giving him 26 points.