Guilty Pleasures Week and the “Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars” halfway point continued on Tuesday night with the members of Team “Call Me Maybe” performing their individual dances, while Team “Gangnam Style” added to their individual scores from Monday night with their group freestyle routine.
Launching themselves back to the top of the leaderboard were Sabrina Bryan and Louis Van Amstel. Sabrina chose “So This is Love” from the Disney classic “Cinderella” for her guilty pleasure so she could live out her childhood princess fantasy. Though as Louis Van Charming said, this Cinderella waltz required this normally fierce and fast Cheetah Girl to slow down the edge and be vulnerable. This was like a Disney cartoon come to life, with carbon copies of the Cinderella and Prince Charming costumes, and the disembodied British voice announcing “Once upon a time in a land far, far away...”
The lilting dance ended with a clanging clock (which was distracting at first), and Sabrina running away at the end. “I loved the story … it had a beginning, a middle and an end. It was such a charming number,” Len smiled. “Cinderella, I think you’re going to the ball.” The dance had Bruno lilting back and forth and lost in his own fantasy reverie. “It was like a magic ride into an enchanted kingdom,” he swayed. So much so that Louis gave him the sparkly slipper at the end. “I think you fit the shoe!” Carrie Ann started off a downer: “I don’t think you quite got to vulnerability,” she said sternly. “But I think that was elegance personified.” Fake-out! Carrie Ann also said Sabrina was headed toward a happy ending. Sabrina and Louis received a 29 for their waltz and an additional 29.5 from their Team “Call Me Maybe” performance. Total: 58.5 out of 60.