On last night's "Dance to the Music of the Movies" episode, Rob turned into a superhero, Chynna had a breakdown, Carson channeled a creepy pirate, and Ricki wowed the judges. But will America vote for those with the highest scores, or will this turn into a high school popularity contest? Let's find out!
To recap, here are last night's scores:
Ricki and Derek — 29
J.R. & Karina — 26
Rob & Cheryl — 24
Hope & Maks — 24
David & Kim — 23
Chynna & Tony — 21
Nancy & Tristan — 21
Chaz & Lacey — 21
Carson & Anna — 20
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Susan Boyle has covered Broadway tunes, Rolling Stones and now she's taking on Depeche Mode.
Her latest cover of the band's song "Enjoy the Silence" is from her upcoming album, Someone to Watch Over Me, out Nov. 1.
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For someone whose original work sounds like Broadway outtakes and whose performance style is from the just-standing-there school of entertaining, Susan Boyle sure is exciting! You never know what to expect, hence the old saying, "Life is like a box of Susan Boyles..."
On America's Got Talent, a 42-year-old housewife named Cindy Chang performed the Puccini aria "O mio babbino caro," impressing everyone in the room (no one more than herself, though — she wept when she finished). That love has spread throughout the Internet, where Chang is being proclaimed "the next Susan Boyle."
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That description says far less about Chang than it does the people who are drawing it...
First Susan Boyle shocked viewers with her unexpected singing chops on Britain's Got Talent, and now a Beijing woman is creating a viral sensation with dance moves inspired by the King of Pop.
Bai Shuying, 65, wowed the judges and audience alike with her dance tribute to Michael Jackson during the first round of auditions for China's Got Talent earlier this month.