Dancing with the Stars Recap: It's Like a Kind of Torture

Last week, we lost Ashley and Macy, and no one was all that sad. Not even Macy. Maybe Ashley was a little, but he got over it. This week, the dancers have only had four days to prepare instead of the four weeks or so they had for their first routines.

The couples are introduced and come down the stairs to the dance floor. You guys, Aaron Carter is dressed up like a leprechaun. He has on the brightest green tuxedo ever. It's freaking me out. And you can tell Mark and Melissa are doing a jive because they're in '50s wear. Does Mark ever do a jive that's not '50s themed? It's getting a little ridiculous. Once the couples are settled, Samantha introduces the guest judge, who is subbing in for Len: Baz Luhrman. Look, Moulin Rouge is a polarizing movie; either you love it or hate it. And yet, while I don't love it, I can appreciate the creativity and artistry. But I don't want to watch it. That may be more because I dislike Nicole Kidman, though. Tom explains that Baz's mother was a ballroom judge and his first movie was Strictly Ballroom, so it's not like Quentin Tarantino judging Idol.


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